Shyne speaks to Vlad TV in detail about his recent beef with The Game and his diss track “Bury Judas,” which he says is on the level with Ether and Takeover.
Shyne responds to Game’s “Cough Up A Lung” with a diss record of his own. Moses Michael Levi insults Game’s reputation in front of a Harley-Davidson store in Paris.
If you remember, this all started when Shyne called Kendrick’s Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City “trash.” Game then stepped in and hit Shyne with one of his own disses. Now we have this. Who’s wining?
YouTube video for international readers after the break.
The West Coast spitter just keeps on giving us more music. Today he dropped “Cough Up A Lung,” which will be the first in his new year-long series “The Offering.” In the black and white video, Game is seen freestyling in New York City as the snow is falling. He takes shots at Shyne for dissing fellow Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar. Read more
Uh oh. Someone wants to kill Kendrick’s vibe. Shyne went on twitter last night and gave his opinion on Kendrick’s much-talked about debut album, Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City. “Kendrick Lamar is talented with a lot of potential but his album is traaaaash!,” he tweeted. TDE labelmate, ScHoolboy Q, later responded to Shyne with, “@OriginalShyne AIN’T EATIN!!!!! NiggaH ain’t Had a Hot verse since 01.”
Yoooo! Kendrick Lamar is talented with a lot of potential but his album is traaaaash!
— Shyne Po (@OriginalShyne) October 24, 2012
Shyne went on Hot 97 this morning and defended his comments. Listen to the interview, and read more tweets after the break. Read more
Rick Ross’ Black Bar Mitzvah mixtape just dropped and it’s probably too early to judge, but try telling that to Shyne. We’re guessing his problem isn’t necessarily with the music, but with the title. Shyne went on his twitter yesterday and shared his thoughts on Rozay’s career and his Black Bar Mitzvah mixtape.
When did cops start making gangster music? How we go from f#%* the police to being the police? Mazol tov! Rick Ross was a cop. He remind me of Ice t from new jack city. What he know about that life? Too many bodies & sentences for all that lying If u was a crooked cop moving all that dope how u become a rapper & expose yourself is a king pin? Where the RICO at? #liar. Black bartmitzva? These coppers fantasize about the things that i do daily like these coppers rap about the life I live really! Any body that rap about that life should donate a % of his earnings to ending inner city genocide Mazol tov!
As you may already know, Shyne converted to Judaism and now lives life as an orthodox Jew. Continue reading his rant after the break.
Shyne releases this new mixtape in honour of the 12th year anniversary of his debut album.
Check out the Shyne Gangland Download and tracklist after the jump.
After being released from prison in 2009, Shyne was deported to his native Belize. Shyne had served 8 years for assault, gun possession, and other charges.
Now, Shyne is asking to be allowed back into the United States. Shyne has started a petition on the White House website asking for a visa so that he can continue his charitable works in the states. Shyne needs 25,000 signatures by June 15th. Read the petition below. Sign petition here.
Moses Michael Levi served 9 years in a United States America, while in prison, Moses was a model prisoner and was released and although Moses has spent majority of his life in USA, he was departed on October 28, 2009 back to Belize. Upon arrival to Belize he visited prisons and spoke to imates, Moses has visited many schools in Belize and Jerusalem, speaking on the bad decisions he made when he was young. Moses would like to continue his work in the United Sates of America and help troubled youth and be their voice. Moses is the current Cultural Ambassador of Belize.
A lot has changed since Shyne’s Bad Boy days. He’s now Jewish, and he’s no longer allowed in the United States. The only thing that has stayed constant is his appreciation for Diddy. In a new interview with Belize 7 News, he speaks about not blaming Diddy for his misfortunes. Additionally, Shyne talks about his new music, and his incarceration. More after the break.