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(ED NOTE: originally published on November 2, 2010) Yesterday TheUrbanDaily.com premiered MC Hammer’s new Jay-Z dis, “Better Run Run.”  With today being  Prodigy of Mobb Deep’s birthday, we reached out to one of Hova’s biggest critics who is currently serving three years in prison to ask him how he felt about the video**. Words Wilfrid Decossard **We […]

After prison bids, owing taxes is slowly becoming the new rite of passage of rappers. Beef between rappers is beginning to pale in comparison to their battles with Uncle Sam. MC Hammer got the ball rolling with his $30 Million bill to the IRS (that later led to a one-sided beef with Jay-Z) and now […]

MC Hammer says that the beef between he and Jay-Z is over. “As a responsible veteran of twenty something years of this. I can’t leave it out there with tensions…I am reading comments on both sides, it’s not about that, I have seen all of that before. There is an opportunity to say at some […]

Last week DJ Semtex leaked a portion of his interview with Jay-Z where he pretty much shrugged off MC Hammer’s “Better Run Run” diss record and video. He’s continued his overseas tour promoting his book, Decoded, with BBC’s Tim Westwood.

MC Hammer dissed Jay-Z again on Real Rap Radio.

DJ Semtex got the exclusive reaction from Jay-Z about MC Hammer’s laugh-inducing diss track, “Better Run Run.” Hova insists that King Hammer took his line in “So Appalled” the wrong way. “I didn’t realize I was the first one to say it,” Jay-Z said referring to the line about Hammer’s $30 million fail. “I said […]

Making good on his promise to go after Jay-Z for his “diss” on “So Appalled” MC Hammer has fired a return shot on “Better Run Run.” Predictably he plays into the “Jay-Z is in the Illuminati” rumors and even goes so far as to baptize Jov at the end of the clip (or maybe he’s […]

At award shows the presentation of awards is actually secondary, and is actually a rather boring process to watch, that’s why they break them up with performances.

Hip Hop has taken a bad rap. Mostly because the labels and the media choose to only promote the most negative music to make money. Still Hip Hop has a long history of positive uplifting songs. Here’s my Top 9. 9. Ed O G And The Bulldogs Be A Father To Your Child. Dope ode […]