“NEW GENERATION GIRL” Bishop Deville ft/ Gangsta-O

Published on Jun 27, 2013

“NEW GENERATION GIRL” Bishop Deville ft/ Gangsta-O
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The 15 Best Producer/Rapper Combos Right Now

 

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In a recent profile with GQ, Drake divulged the details of his forthcoming third album to writer Michael Paterniti. In the time they spent together at Drake’s California home, Drizzy touched on his working relationship with his longtime producer 40 – who’s overseen every project Drake’s put out – and went on to mention, “At this point, I can’t have anyone but 40.” While the two are certainly creatively in-sync, the working bond they have as rapper and producer is nothing new in hip-hop.

While groups from the Golden Era (Tribe, Gang Starr, Eric B. & Rakim) were often comprised of MCs and producers, as artists have embraced solo careers it’s become common for them to repeatedly team with go-to producers who both understand their sound and can help them reach their full sonic potential. So far, this year in hip-hop has spawned some classic hits from frequent collaborators who are constantly on the same wavelength. As the saying goes: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

We were inspired to take a look at some of the best pairings making music now. From 40 and Drake to Kendrick and Sounwave to Harry Fraud and Action Bronson, they have a clear chemistry that’s yielded some incredible music. Read on to find out the 15 best producer/rapper combos right now.—Eric Diep, Dan Buyanovsky, Chisom Uzosike, Chris Mench, and Raven Irabor

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Sounwave & Kendrick Lamar

Best Known Song: “B*tch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”
Why They Work Well Together: Kendrick Lamar has branched out to a variety of producers from the West Coast since his popularity soared after good kid, m.A.A.d city. However, the TDE member sounds best with his in-house guys, especially Sounwave who serves as one-third of Digi+Phonics. He and Kendrick work well together because they are both versatile on their records. It’s highly noticeable in club cuts like “Michael Jordan,” “Hol’ Up,” and “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe.”

 

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Chuck Strangers & Joey Bada$$

Best Known Song: “FromdaTomb$”
Why They Work Well Together: Since Pro Era burst onto the scene in 2012, Joey Bada$$ and Chuck Strangers have become known as a formidable duo in New York’s underground hip-hop scene. Chuck’s Golden Age-inspired, sample-heavy production featured prominently in Joey’s critically-acclaimed debut mixtape, 1999. Expect more soulful collaborations between the two on Joey Bada$$ upcoming debut album B4.Da.$$.

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The Alchemist & Prodigy

Best Known Song: “Hold You Down”
Why They Work Well Together: In the mid ’90s, Prodigy and Havoc formed Mobb Deep, one of hip-hop’s most revered duos. A decade later, Prodigy found another beatsmith who brought out the best in him as an MC – The Alchemist. Judging from background alone, one would not expect The Alchemist and Prodigy to form one of hip-hop’s best combinations. The Alchemist was born to Jewish parents in Beverly Hills, Cali., while Prodigy was raised in the notorious Queensbridge projects. Despite their background differences, The Alchemist’s soulful-yet-street sound has served as a perfect companion for Prodigy’s street-smart, gritty lyricism. Their second collaborative album, Albert Einstein, dropped on June 11.

 

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Young Chop & Chief Keef

Best Known Song: “I Don’t Like”
Why They Work Well Together: Young Chop and Chief Keef are best known for hit collaborations such as “I Don’t Like” and “Hate Being Sober” off Keef’s 2012 debut Finally Rich. Young Chop’s hard-hitting trap beats have become the defining sound behind Keef’s street style rhymes. Their work together has propelled several songs to viral success (“I Don’t Like” has been viewed more than 27 million times on YouTube), and helped establish Sosa as a big ne

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El-P & Killer Mike

Best Known Song: “Big Beast”
Why They Work Well Together: El-P & Killer Mike first came together for last year’s R.A.P. Music. Mike’s sixth studio album—and one of his most critically acclaimed to date—the LP brought him back into the limelight, thanks in part to El-P’s monster beats. Blending Mike’s signature brand of southern rap with his storied production, El-P managed to elevate the album to one of the year’s best. The duo continues to record together, releasing their collaborative free album Run the Jewels recently.

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Best Known Song: “Thrift Shop”
Why They Work Well Together: Ryan Lewis and Macklemore stunned the industry when their independently released album The Heist topped the charts last October. Since then, propelled by multi-platinum singles “Can’t Hold Us” and “Thrift Shop,” the album has become wildly successful, currently hovering just under platinum status. Lewis’ jazzy, instrumental sound has defined Macklemore’s work since he first came on the scene with The VS EP. The longtime friends work in a highly collaborative manner, with Lewis directing Macklemore’s videos and designing his visual media in addition to producing all his music.

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J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League & Rick Ross

Best Known Song: “Aston Martin Music”/”Maybach Music” Series
Why They Work Well Together: Whenever Florida-born rapper Rick Ross teamed up with the production team J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, the results have been extraordinary. Their first collaborations appeared on Rick Ross’ sophomore album, Trilla. The standout track “Maybach Music” (which featured Jay-Z) became the first of the four-part “Maybach Music” series – a series which inspired the name of Ross’ label, Maybach Music Group. Since Trilla, the combination of Ross and the League has resulted in hits such as “Magnificent,” and “Aston Martin Music.” The juxtaposition between J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League’s lush, soulful compositions and Ross’ “Mafia Don” persona makes this one of hip-hop’s favorite combinations.

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Harry Fraud & Action Bronson

Best Known Song: “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”
Why They Work Well Together: “La musica de Harry Fraud…” Lovers of today’s underground hip-hop scene get excited when they hear these words at the beginning of a track. Brooklyn producer Harry Fraud has broken out of obscurity and created a reputation as on of hip-hop’s illest beatmakers. Action Bronson, hailing from Flushing, Queens, has also made a name for himself – as one of the genre’s most unique and talented MCs. It’s only right that two of New York’s rising stars collaborate. Harry Fraud’s hard-hitting, sample-based style of production provides a perfect fit for Bronson’s sharp, quick-witted delivery. The duo’s collaborative EP, Saab Stories, was released on June 11.

 

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Clams Casino & A$AP Rocky

Best Known Song: “Wassup”
Why They Work Well Together: The young Harlem rapper, whose style resembles Texas-based trill music combined with the grimy sound of New York City, came together with New Jersey-based producer, Clams Casino, to further develop the notable A$AP Rocky image. Starting from their collaboration for Rocky’s debut mixtape Live. Love. A$AP to his debut album Long. Live A$AP, this duo creates ambient soundscapes with an Harlem edge for all the pretty flackos across the globe.

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Noah “40″ Shebib & Drake

Best Known Song: “Successful”
Why They Work Well Together: With their roots both as child actors, Drake and 40 both left the television screen to get in the recording studio. After working together on Drake’s highly successful mixtape So Far Gone, the two began to develop the smooth, thought-provoking sound that Drake is known to have. Drake is the master of painting pictures through his words which are supported by the images developed by 40′s beats. This duo proves time and time again that great music starts from resonating with the audience by striking an emotional chord.

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DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles

Best Known Song: “P.A.I.N.E.”
Why They Work Well Together: For fans of underground hip-hop, Premo has built his legacy working with legendary acts such as Talib Kweli, Common and more. Still, the New York mainstay continues to expand his horizons by casting a wider net for talent. Bumpy Knuckles, who first started working with Premier in 2003, have joined forces again for their recent album, The Kolexxion. Executed in a classic style, the pair makes us wish they made more music together. Brash, unapologetic and packed with ferocious rhymes, Freddie Foxxx over Premo beats is hip-hop at its finest.

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Zaytoven & Gucci Mane

Best Known Song: “Icy”
Why They Work Well Together: Known for his ice cream beats, it would only make sense for Zaytoven to work with the ice cream man himself, Gucci Mane. With over 30 mixtapes, Gucci’s trap-star orchestrated beats produced by Zaytoven contributes to his success as a southern rapper. Their relationship, starting with his work on Gucci’s 2005 mixtape Trap House, has only continued to grow and secure Gucci’s place in hip-hop.

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Mike Will & Future

Best Known Song: “Turn On The Lights”
Why They Work Well Together: A combination of 808 beats and catchy hooks, Future and Mike Will is a force to be reckoned with. Mike Will was behind Future’s hit records “Neva End” and “Turn On the Lights.” Future utilizing Auto-Tune alongside the strip-club sound of Mike has created a whole new turn in the hip-hop world, inspiring top Billboard songs such as “Bandz A Make Her Dance” by Juicy J, “Pour It Up” by Rihanna and “Love Me” by Lil Wayne. This duo is turning into the future of hip-hop.

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Madlib & Freddie Gibbs

Best Known Song: “Thuggin’”
Why They Work Well Together: When word got out that Freddie Gibbs and Madlib were working together, fans couldn’t wait until their inevitable full-length album. After a pair of EPs (Thuggin’ and Shame), MadGibbs has been busy finishing up the long-awaited Cocaine Pinata album. From their previous efforts, the ambitious, soulful production of Madlib combined with Gibbs’ gangster persona is some of their best releases yet. They are on their way to making a cult classic sooner than you think.

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Pharrell & Jay-Z

Best Known Song: “Excuse Me Miss”
Why They Work Well Together: This duo is a force to be reckoned with. Pharrell has an eye for art and Jay-Z has an ear for music, the combination of these two and their keen senses have been responsible for providing the hip-hop world with classic hits. From fun youthful songs like “Give it To Me” to grown and sexy songs like “Excuse Me Miss,” this duo has withstood the test of time by constantly growing and reinventing themselves. Now, with the upcoming release of Hov’s twelfth studio album Magna Carta Holy Grail, he and Skateb

Rapper James “Jimme Wallstreet” Davis Killed in Philadelphia

 

 

Emerging rapper gunned down after posting RIP message for Lil Snupe.

Posted: 06/21/2013 11:55 AM EDT

 

 

 

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Hours after Meek Mill protégé Lil Supe was gunned down, one of his peers met the same fate. Rising rapper James “Jimme Wallstreet” Davis was shot and killed in his hometown of Philadelphia Thursday (June 20).

Authorities have not released many details behind the incident, but Davis affiliate DJ Don Cannon confirmed the death via Twitter. “They Killed My Man…..S— Gotta Stop Now!! S— Ain’t Cool! Destroyed A True Talent.”

Davis was signed to a production deal with Cannon, and working on releasing a new album. His last project was the mixtape Twin Towers,  a collaboration with New Jersey rapper Big Ooh.

Leading up to his untimely passing, Davis posted an RIP message on Instagram alongside a photo of Lil Snupe. Meek shed light on the tragic irony of the day tweeting, “#ripwallstreet today was just a bad day!”

Snupe’s death is being investigated as a homicide, and may have been a result of his street life, so says Meek. “The streets killed my Lil n—- Snupe…I always told him don’t try 2 keep it real wit the streets…. Bcuz they won’t keep it real wit you,” he tweeted.

As for Davis, he hailed from the city’s Germantown area and began his career under 50 Cent. Last week, Davis and Big Ooh performed at a Philly rally to end gun violence.

R.I.P James Gandolfini (TONY SOPRANO)

The way he chewed his cigar in the opening credits of “The Sopranos.” The way he shuffled to get his newspaper, sloppily clad in a white bathrobe. The way his voice changed, from a schmooze to a bark, when he talked to his psychiatrist.

The way he killed.

tony_soprano_drawing_art_by_laartwork-d3j3bb0was a master of the small things.

“I remember telling him many times: ‘You don’t get it. You’re like Mozart,’ ” David Chase, who created “The Sopranos,” said in a statement.

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Gandolfini died Wednesday night while on vacation in Italy. He was 51. The cause of death was not announced but was believed to be a heart attack.

Before “The Sopranos,” Gandolfini — a one-time truck driver and bartender who didn’t turn to acting until he was in his mid-20s — was a well-regarded character actor on stage and screen.

He had a small role in the 1992 Broadway revival of “A Streetcar Named Desire” with Alec Baldwin and Jessica Lange, and appeared in such films as the Quentin Tarantino-written “True Romance” (1993), “Get Shorty” (1995) and “A Civil Action” (1998). Though his roles were limited, he invested them with beauty and invention.

But he appeared destined for a career as the supporting actor until “The Sopranos” came along.

“The Sopranos” was TV on a knife’s edge. The HBO show, which put the cable network on the map for original material, could have been farce, could have been tragedy, could have been slasher film or kitchen-sink drama or gangster-movie parody. And, in fact, it was all these things, held together on screen by Gandolfini as woebegone Mafia chief (or was that “waste management professional”?) Tony Soprano.

Tony Soprano was an unusual protagonist, especially for a television show: a violent, brutal mob boss, a beleaguered patriarch, a calculating businessman. It was as if “The Godfather’s” Sonny, Vito and Michael Corleone had been combined into one hulking bear of a figure.

It could have been otherwise.

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Gandolfini was one of three finalists for the role, Alan Sepinwall observed in his terrific TV history, “The Revolution Was Televised.” He was chosen because, Chase said, “the show I envisioned is the show that’s got Jimmy in it. It’s a much darker show with Jimmy in it.”

“At one time, I had said that this thing could be like a live-action ‘Simpsons,’ ” Chase told Sepinwall. “Once I saw him do it, I thought, ‘No, that’s not right. It can be absurdist, it can have a lot of stupid s*** in it, but it should not be a live-action ‘Simpsons.’ “

In fact, what it became was the best-written show in TV history, according to a recent survey by the Writers Guild of America. Many episodes were as rich as novels, or as finely wrought as a good short story.

Writing, however, will only take you so far; you need actors to inhabit those characters. And with Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, Lorraine Bracco and so many more, “The Sopranos” gave life to the scripts.

Fans can pick their favorites, but two episodes stand out for Gandolfini’s performances. One, “Whitecaps,” includes a scene between him and Falco (as Tony’s wife, Carmela) that was as raw and painful as watching an argument between your parents. (If the pair had ever starred in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, ticket-sellers could have made a fortune.) The other, “Join the Club,” features an out-of-body experience in which Tony — in a coma — imagines he’s an optics salesman named Kevin Finnerty. Here, Gandolfini drops Tony’s New Jersey accent and with it, his tough-guy veneer. He’s suddenly reasonable, open, somehow brighter.

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It’s easy to confuse actors with their most famous roles; with this one episode, Gandolfini showed that he was no more Tony Soprano than he was Kevin Finnerty, but that he was playing them. Brilliantly.

“If anything, Gandolfini often took things further than Chase had planned,” Sepinwall wrote. In the pilot, a scene “called for Tony to slap Christopher (Imperioli) lightly across the face; instead, Gandolfini picked up the smaller Imperioli to make his displeasure clear.”

(He worked to get himself into Tony’s frame of mind, Gandolfini told “Inside the Actors Studio,” as noted in The New York Times’ obituary. He’d stay up all night, put a rock in his shoe. “It’s silly, but it works,” he said.)

“The Sopranos” gave Gandolfini fame and wealth; he got in a contract dispute before the fifth season, eventually winning a contract worth around $13 million, according to a Variety report at the time. But instead of pursuing Hollywood leading roles, he immersed himself in his craft and his interests. He played a general in “In the Loop” and the CIA director in “Zero Dark Thirty,” neither role showy or outsized. He starred in the Broadway production of “God of Carnage” and was nominated for a Tony. He produced documentaries about wounded soldiers.

Galdolfini left his mark on New Jersey

Among his last roles was in Chase’s little-seen “Not Fade Away,” which came out last year. In it, Gandolfini plays another New Jersey sad sack, this one a 1960s grocer failing to connect with his rock ‘n’ roll-besotted son. He could have played the part as a “Great Santini”-like martinet, or a befuddled softie, or an ignorant suburban climber. Instead, he manages to fill it with grace notes, amused one minute, frustrated the next, finally a loving father quietly handing his son some money as the boy prepares to drive away. He was a complicated, three-dimensional figure, and he gave the movie unexpected depth.

Gandolfini will almost certainly be best remembered for Tony Soprano, his role of a lifetime. It’s a shame that lifetime was so brief. The master of the small things left a legacy that looms large.

Rapper King Kevi has restraining order against pop star Justin Bieber

Rapper King Kevi has filed a petition in court to seek restraining order against ten pop star Justin Bieber and his friend, videographer Alfredo Flores.

Kevi alleges that he is “being harassed” by the two and wants them to stay at minimum 150-yard away from him. Kevi claims that the “Beauty and a Beat” singer wrote his phone number and address to his 40 million devoted followers on Twitter and encouraged them to contact him, reported Ace Showbiz.

“Justin Bieber and his camp released my number out to over 40,000,000 people and telling people to call it. This was followed by another tweet from him saying, ‘I have never even met this kid Kevi, do you even fact check?’ then said ‘I’m glad my friends are people I have met before, kinda seems like that would make sense.’

“This caused me to look like a liar. These three tweets turned into a media frenzy,” Kevi wrote in a court filing.

In the court document, Kevi says that Bieber’s fans sent him death threats and promises of harm. Kevi’s petition was denied by a judge, but a date for hearing has been scheduled for July 10 to hear more of the alleged action before making final ruling.

The rapper, whose real name is Kevin James Pedersen, said, “Forty million crazy fans from all over the world are saying they want to stab me, come to my house and are giving out my address. Thankfully, I have a guard at the gate. It doesn’t make me feel safe when you have 40 million people against me and all know my number and address.”

He also said that he did not have a chance to screen-grab the reported tweets because Bieber deleted them within seconds.

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ll cool j is still in the house …

It had been five years since LL Cool J had released an album – an eternity in the trend-chasing hip-hop world, where keeping a steady stream of music coming has been an important way to maintain career momentum.

Between their own albums, singles and guest appearances on albums by other artists, maintaining a chart presence is a priority in the crowded hip-hop field.

LL Cool J didn’t do that, although his co-starring role on the hit television series “NCIS: Los Angeles” has kept him very much in the public eye. Even worse, his return to the rap game came via an unconventional album, “ Authentic,” released this past April.

“The first rule I broke is, most of the time when veteran rap artists make a new album, the first thing they do is go and grab whatever new current rap artist is out and put them on the album in order to kind of secure their fan base kind of moving forward,” LL Cool J said in a mid-May phone interview. “You know, like, I bucked the trend.”

The diversity of the guest artists on “Authentic” (only one song, “Bath Salt” lacks guest artists) also makes it a different kind of hip-hop album. LL Cool J enlisted the likes of old-school musical heroes and country guitar slingers to welcome his return to hip-hop.

“While most rap artists will delve into R&B a bit, a lot of them are afraid to go really beyond that and go get the Seals of the world and the Eddie Van Halens of the world and the Brad Paisleys of the world, those other artists,” he said. “Then another thing I did that was bucking the trends is I went and got acts that are actually even generations before me, like Earth Wind & Fire and Charlie Wilson.

“There is a lot of ageism in hip-hop. So … in hip-hop, people are always trying to figure out how they can still be a teenager.”

There won’t be much ageism on LL’s latest endeavor. He’s headlining the Kings of the Mic tour, which on Saturday brings a collection of ’80s and ’90s hip-hop heroes to nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth.

The tour features three other iconic acts from the first wave of hip-hop – Ice Cube, Public Enemy and De La Soul.

“I just wanted to do a tour that spoke to people who grew up with my music and, you know, grew up with my fans,” LL Cool J said.

“To me, these three acts represent people that I think are great partners for me on a tour. We have a similar fan base. We came up together. We’re all different. I mean, Cube, obviously, has all kinds of music, a little more gangster. Public Enemy has its music; Chuck D and those guys (are) a little more social/political. And De La Soul is really like more forward and cutting edge in terms of their creativity. So all of us on the tour, I felt like it had diversity, but we had a commonality from a generational standpoint.”Image

VIDEO of 2 Chainz and his crew being robbed at gunpoint

TMZ has obtained EXPLOSIVE VIDEO of 2 Chainz and his crew being robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco this weekend … and the footage shows the chaotic moments as the rapper and his crew desperately ran for their lives. 

2 Chainz and his entourage were casually walking down the street Sunday afternoon when at least 2 men approached the crew and pointed guns at them … one in a white shirt, the other in a black hoodie.

2 Chainz and his crew immediately scattered — frantically trying to sprint down the street while the gunmen chased after them.

One of the gunmen seemed to be having fun during the incident … and gleefully skipped after the rapper while 2 Chainz tried to get away.

During the chase, 2 Chainz stumbles and falls … and one of the gunmen pounces … hovering over the rapper with his gun drawn.

According to police, the bad guys jacked 2 Chainz for his cell phone and wallet. Towards the end of the video, you can see a man running back up the street with what appears to be the loot stuffed under his clothes.

Under the category: “Who ya gonna believe, me or your lyin’ eyes” … 2 Chainz later posted a tweet denying he was robbed … saying, “Rule #1 if a rapper gets robbed people usually post items that has been taken.”

As far as the bad guys, so far no arrests have been made.

TMZ has obtained EXPLOSIVE VIDEO of 2 Chainz and his crew being robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco this weekend … and the footage shows the chaotic moments as the rapper and his crew desperately ran for their lives. 

2 Chainz and his entourage were casually walking down the street Sunday afternoon when at least 2 men approached the crew and pointed guns at them … one in a white shirt, the other in a black hoodie.

2 Chainz and his crew immediately scattered — frantically trying to sprint down the street while the gunmen chased after them.

One of the gunmen seemed to be having fun during the incident … and gleefully skipped after the rapper while 2 Chainz tried to get away.

During the chase, 2 Chainz stumbles and falls … and one of the gunmen pounces … hovering over the rapper with his gun drawn.

According to police, the bad guys jacked 2 Chainz for his cell phone and wallet. Towards the end of the video, you can see a man running back up the street with what appears to be the loot stuffed under his clothes.

Under the category: “Who ya gonna believe, me or your lyin’ eyes” … 2 Chainz later posted a tweet denying he was robbed … saying, “Rule #1 if a rapper gets robbed people usually post items that has been taken.”

As far as the bad guys, so far no arrests have been made.

TMZ has obtained EXPLOSIVE VIDEO of 2 Chainz and his crew being robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco this weekend … and the footage shows the chaotic moments as the rapper and his crew desperately ran for their lives. 

2 Chainz and his entourage were casually walking down the street Sunday afternoon when at least 2 men approached the crew and pointed guns at them … one in a white shirt, the other in a black hoodie.

2 Chainz and his crew immediately scattered — frantically trying to sprint down the street while the gunmen chased after them.

One of the gunmen seemed to be having fun during the incident … and gleefully skipped after the rapper while 2 Chainz tried to get away.

During the chase, 2 Chainz stumbles and falls … and one of the gunmen pounces … hovering over the rapper with his gun drawn.

According to police, the bad guys jacked 2 Chainz for his cell phone and wallet. Towards the end of the video, you can see a man running back up the street with what appears to be the loot stuffed under his clothes.

Under the category: “Who ya gonna believe, me or your lyin’ eyes” … 2 Chainz later posted a tweet denying he was robbed … saying, “Rule #1 if a rapper gets robbed people usually post items that has been taken.”

As far as the bad guys, so far no arrests have been made.

2 Chainz arrested

You can forget the story earlier this week about 2 Chainz being robbed in San Francisco since the Atlanta rapper refuted the claims on his Twitter account.

But he was arrested for drug possession while leaving Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday.

According to reports, Mr. Chainz was arrested for possession of marijuana and Promethazine (used to make the rapper-friendly concoction “sizzurp”), which he had in his checked luggage; he was escorted off the plane to get booked.

This is the second drug-related arrest this year for the rapper born Tauheed Epps in College Park. In February, Maryland police pulled over his van and  arrested him for marijuanapossession.

As for that alleged robbery, San Francisco police told Radio.com that there was no robbery, while 2 Chainz himself tweeted, Nobody took Anything from me, i didn’t get shot, I’m not in jail, Don’t know wut else to tell ya. Sorry if I disappointed anyone, maybe next time.”

2 Chainz is due toheadline the Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash 18  at Philips Arena on Saturday. He’s also part of the “America’s Most Wanted” tour with Lil Wayne and T.I., but not the date that plays Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood  on July 12.

2 Chainz Robbed At Gunpoint

2 Chainz Robbed At Gunpoint: Report

2 Chainz performs during HOT 97 Summer Jam XX at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford,

2 Chainz was reportedly robbed at gunpoint yesterday (Sunday, June 9) in San Francisco.

 

According to TMZ, the rapper’s wallet was stolen when stood up at around 4:30 PM.

 

San Francisco police told TMZ that they arrived at the scene after they received a call that shots were fired. 2 Chainz, born Tauheed Epps, told police that he “wanted to handle it himself.”

 

He had an entourage of 14 people with him which TMZ says all fled the scene.