Organizers of the Faces in the Crowd Showcase, Ms. Chalant and Reality, were not prepared for Chaos. On January 22nd NJ rapper, Chaos Da Realest bought nothing less than electrifying allegory to the stage of the legendary S.O.B.s in New York City. This was his first performance since the release of his new mixtape, “Streets On Lean” which is now available on DatPiff.com. This networking event was hosted by comedian Damien Lemon and prepared the perfect atmosphere for Chaos second single “Long Overdue” which had judges like former Senior Director of Creative at EMI, Leotis Clyburn inquiring about his talents. Along with Clyburn, many other entertainment Gurus like Lenny Santiago., Robert Celestin, & Super Producer Buda Da Future came out to the event to judge and enjoy the performances of local independent artist along with over 200 artist, promoters, managers, PRs and fans that enjoy great music. Remy Ma’s DJ, DJ Bedtyme kept the crowd hypnotized all night by spinning top-charting hits before and between acts.
Although new to some, Chaos is no stranger to hip-hop. Previously known for his single “Dope Boys” featuring former Roc-A-Fella artist Amil, “From BK 2 NJ” featuring hip-hop artist Maino, and numerous mixtapes with DJ Scooby Doo, he has created a long path of success with roots grounded in consistency, truth and the ability to entertain. He is also scheduled to perform at CIAA 2013 in Charlotte, North Carolina to continue the promo of his new releases. The first single, “Blow This Money” is a certified club anthem and is currently spinning on several radio stations in the southern market. With such a diverse and creative spirit, Chaos Da Realest has captivated fans from coast to coast and has left nothing short of a legacy.
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Chris Rock has ignited a Twitter controversy with his 4th of July tweet: “Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free but I’m sure they enjoyed fireworks.”
Rock has been receiving a lot of negative backlash. Do you think he went to far? Can America not handle the truth?
Frank Ocean Confirms Sexuality!
Yesterday singer/songwriter Frank Ocean wrote a blog post about the first time he fell in love and yes, as we all thought, it was to a man. He explains his emotions as jumping off of a cliff. I have a lot of respect for him, he is a great artist & he wrote two of my favorite tracks, “Made in America” & “No Church in the Wild” on Jay-Z/Kanye Watch the Throne. How do you America take this openly “bi-sexual” entertainer? Do you think it will convince more artist to come out?
Lil Wayne bans Young Money from performing at Summer Jam after Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg calls Nicki Minaj's track Starships “Wack" and "not a representation of hip-hop" live on-air at the pre-show. Right after Hot 97 released the full performance line-up, Lil Wayne tweets:
Nicki Minaj soon confirms stating:
Nicki Minaj also tweeted
"not blk, on blk radio disrespecting blk women"
DO YOU THINK WAYNE MADE THE RIGHT DECISION BY BANNING YOUNG MONEY FROM SUMMER JAM OR IS HE BEING TOO SENSITIVE?
DERTY DEN SPEAKS WITH XXL ON NC HIP-HOP SCENE, UPCOMING ALBUM LIMITLESS, & MORE!!