Monthly Archives: May 2015

Throwback: AMG-Bitch Betta Have My Money

AMG - Bitch Betta Have My Money [Front]

AMG’s DJ Quik-produced “Bitch Betta Have My Money” became an instant West Coast classic noted for its extreme misogyny and memorable title. Jason Lewis was originally from Cleveland, Ohio and he later relocated to Inglewood, California where he became AMG. Bitch Betta Have My Money was also the title of his debut album and it was admired for the production by The Total Track crew and it featured the first recorded rap from female Detroit rapper Bo$$. After the success of his first album, AMG dropped out of the spotlight but still released music independently. In 2007 he reunited with DJ Quik to release “Can U Werk With Dat” as The Fixxers.


Faith Evans Shares An Acapella Snippet Of For The Love Of The People

Faith Evans fulfills the request of her to make a singing video with an acapella cover of The Clark Sisters’ “For Love Of The People.” Evans is currently gearing up for the release of The King And I this year which will be an album of duets with her late ex-husband The Notorious B.I.G.


Media Questions Of The Week


Who will be cast as Dorothy in NBC’s The Wiz Live?

Is Tracee Ellis Ross accurate in her interview with The Hollywood Reporter that racism trumps sexism in Hollywood?


Does Tyler The Creator’s Tweet mean that Odd Future is no more?


Singer-Songwriter Azu Yeché Unveils New Single “Lagos”

Azu Yeche is a singer-songwriter from London and last year he released his debut Fall EP. “Lagos” is his new single about his forced migration from Lagos to London at age 10 because of a violent attack endured by his brother. “Lagos” has an official release date of June 4th


Lion Babe-Don’t Break My Heart

Jillian Hervey, who is one-half of Lion Babe, becomes a visual descendant of Labelle’s in their video for “Don’t Break My Heart.” Their self-titled EP is out now.