Jahlil Beats Says Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” Was Originally For Meek Mill

Jahlil Beats‘ career took off in 2011 with Meek Mill‘s smash “Ima Boss” with his Maybach Music Group boss Rick Ross on the help out. However, things really exploded in 2014 with the mega-popular Bobby Shmurda hit “Hot N***a” that the Roc Nation producer says was originally intended for his Philadelphia brethren.

DJ Booth sat down with Jahlil Beats as he broke down the story behind some of his biggest records. In fact, he revealed in the chat that “Ima Boss” was intended for Jeezy but after a chance listening session, Meek took the record for himself and it was suggested that Rozay hop on the record, which prompted Meek to officially get down with MMG. Jahlil says his connection to Meek Mill came by way of Myspace – remember that? – but he used the more modern social media tool of Instagram to fully connect with the now-incarcerated Shmurda.

From DJ Booth:

“That beat was actually for Meek Mill as well. At the time, he had so much of that type of music, so I sent it to Lloyd Banks. He put the record out and never really did nothing with it. Nowadays, it’s like rappers put your record out and if it pops off, then they do the business side. So he put it out and I was like, ‘Aight, cool.’ I really fucked with the record.

“I put the instrumental out on one of my Crack Music instrumental tapes. Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel, they were big fans of me and Meek and they would do a lot of my beats. He ended up doing the record and…it just blew up, man. The crazy thing about it is, I found out last. I didn’t know who he was at all. I saw people tagging me in it, in the video where he’s throwing the hat up and all that. And then my cousin sent me a tweet from Kevin Durant where he’s talking about it. That was when I knew it was big.

“I found [Bobby] on Instagram and I reached out to him. He was like, ‘Listen man, I’m just trying to get out of the streets. Can you give me your blessing?’ I was like, ‘Yeah! Rock out with it.’ Sha Money XL reached out to me as well and was like, ‘I’m about to sign this kid, let me know what’s up.’ Sha Money cut me a nice check for that record and the ‘Shmoney Dance’ record.

Check out the rest of Jahlil Beats’ interview with DJ Booth by following this link.

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Watch The Trailer For RZA’s Love Beats Rhymes Starring Azealia Banks

RZA is once more hopping into the director’s chair with his latest film, Love Beats Rhymes, starring volatile wild child Azealia Banks. With the Harlem rapper in the starring role, a trailer for the flick dropped on Wednesday (Oct. 11) and showcases fellow co-stars Jill Scott, Common, and more.

The film has been at least two years in the making with several working titles and was billed as a musical in early reports. Love Beats Rhymes focuses on Banks’ character, Coco, an aspiring rapper who comes under the eye of a college poetry professor played by Jill Scott.

While the class doesn’t exactly give Coco a key to rap stardom, it does open her mind up to the world of slam poetry. Common plays a mentor figure, and Lorraine Toussaint plays Coco’s mother.

Love Beats Rhymes hits theaters on Dec. 1. Peep out the trailer below.

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Convicted Rapist Beats Daughter And Her Boyfriend With A Hammer After Catching Them Having Sex

Father Beats 17-Year-Old Daughter and Boyfriend With Hammer

Soruth Ali attacked his 17-year-old daughter and her boyfriend with a hammer after he discovered them in the house having sex. The father attacked the pair after he heard noises coming from her bedroom on August 21, and has now been jailed for 14 months after he admitted to actual bodily harm and common assault. The 42-year-old’s daughter is in police protection after the incident and has now been placed in care to keep her away from her “very religious and very controlling” father.

Not only is he religious and controlling, but it was found out after he was sentenced at Bolton Crown Court that Ali had served seven years in 1995 for the rape of a 15-year-old girl when she was in her school uniform….

According to testimonies heard in court,  Ali was woken up at 5am by noises coming from his daughter’s bedroom and opened the door to find her and boyfriend James Martin in bed together. He then grabbed a hammer and hit Martin over the head, after that, he punched and kicked his daughter Fathema before dragging her out of her bedroom by the hair while her family begged him to stop.

 

In a statement to police, Fathema claimed she was forced into living two lives, one for her strict Islamic father at home and another outside the house. The court heard that on the night of the incident, Fathema snuck her boyfriend in the house thinking her parents were away, but when they returned he hid in her bedroom for the night.

 

Ali has been banned from contacting his daughter for three years under the terms of a restraining order.


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Cannabis Beats “Incurable” Brain Tumor After Chemo Fails

A Scottish woman given just months to live back in 2013 claims that she has cannabis oil to thank for the fact that she has been in remission for nearly four years. After being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumor, Lynn Cameron was subjected to the usual assault of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, but […]
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East Carolina’s Minshew beats out Sirk for starting QB job

East Carolina has named it’s starting quarterback, and it’s not who you might have originally thought.

When former Duke pivot Thomas Sirk joined the Pirates as a graduate transfer this offseason, many thought the starting quarterback job was his to lose. It appears now that job is in fact lost, as the university announced Tuesday that Gardner Minshew will be the man to lead East Carolina into the first week of the regular season.

Minshew began his tenure with the Pirates as the backup to Philip Nelson last season, but saw significant playing time to close out the year, including a 336-yard performance against Tulsa on Nov. 5.

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