couple of months, Wiz Khalifa his ex-wife Amber Rose has had an intense custody battle over their beloved son, Sebastian. Fortunately, both parties have united to parent the child together. According to TMZ, the inspiration came from Rose listening to Wiz Khalifa's single "See You Again" off of the Furious 7 Soundtrack. Whether Wiz's lyrics were directly toward his situation with Rose or not, it help bring them back together for their family.
To honor the 20th Anniversary of Tupac's death, new company JAM Inc. and his estate has teamed up to drop unreleased material in the next coming months. According to Billboard, JAM Inc. was brought in by Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, and given all of his unreleased material in order to "reset the Shakur estate", says company owner, Jeff Jampol.
The campaign started with a commercial for Powerade, starring Tupac's recital of "the flower that grows from the concrete" lyrics from "Mama's Just a Little Girl" over a dramatized story of Chicago Bulls player, Derrick Rose. Although it was the first glimpse of Tupac material, it is not the last. JAM Inc. will release several unreleased poems, songs, remixes, writings, demos, and recitals from Tupac Shakur. There is also news that we will be seeing new apparel, museum collections, and biography on the way as well.
Many music artists have sampled Baby Girl's voice on their songs. That includes T-Pain. He used Aaliyah's vocals for his The Iron Way mixtape cut "Girlfriend."
Pain hosted a listening session in New York for the project, and the Florida native was asked about receiving criticism for including Aaliyah on one of the tracks. His response drew negative reactions from the people in attendance, and they began to question if he was disparaging the "One In A Million" performer's legacy.
I ain't discrediting Aaliyah in any kind of way, but you know how sometimes when people die… You know how somebody's an asshole their whole life, but when you go to their funeral it's like, "This guy is the greatest man that ever walked this Earth." [crowd moans]… You know what I'm saying… I'm not saying Aaliyah…
Because she passed nobody's good enough to be next to her. If she was still alive, then everybody would be saying, "Oh you're trying to be like Beyoncé." But now that she's passed, everybody's like, "Nobody can be like her." That's just how it is, and that's how people are. People just look for s**t to talk about.