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Setting The Record Straight: The ‘Stevie J’ Chronicles… ‘Tammie Grant’ Smashes The Rumors!

August 8th, 2012 | By

I Love Hip Hop Blog - via gumbumper.com Gumbumpers….. You all know how first-hand how wildly popular these reality shows have gotten. Especially, these Love and Hip Hop and Basketball Wives’ series. It seems that people love drama, negativity and seeing black women being portrayed as baby mama’s, strippers, and side chicks.

The recent wave of drama has fueled so much negative feedback that we’ve seen people being fired or walking away from these very shows.

In walks Love & Hip Hop Atlanta; this started off to me as ‘staged.’ But, as the show went on the drama became more real. In the midst of it all one person has been the attention grabbing ‘ring-leader’ and this time it wasn’t a female…It’s Stevie JGrammy award- winning producer, who was also known as the ex-boyfriend of famed rapper/actress Eve.

Stevie’s been around the block and then some.

Most recently the show has high-lighted Stevie’s cheating ways, mixing business with pleasure moments and his home issues. I don’t think Stevie nor anyone on the show are bad people I just think that some people make the wrong choices. Which brings on the craziest of situations. Stevie has been linked to so many different women. Recently, the blogs were raving about a woman by the name of Tammie Grant.

Tammie was said to have been preggers by Stevie J. What’you say? Yes, she was ‘rumored’ to have been……You get the picture. LOL

Well gumbumpers… We’ve had the opportunity to speak with Ms. Tammie to clear the air and let the world know how she got thrown into this ‘ugly’ mix and who she really is.

Tammie seemed to be a real cool and down-to earth chic with some great things going on, and I enjoyed bumping gums with her.

- GumbumpingLady

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Who is Tammie Grant?

 

A survivor! Just grateful for the blessings in my life.

Where are you from?

I live in Calabasas, California

Who are you to Stevie J, and have you ever dated him?

Stevie and I were seeing each other at one time and it was normal. He was one of my best friends. Things didn’t work out at the ending. The things that are happening now were not happening when we were together, once it started to go bad, I moved on. But we are still friends of course.

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DJ Scream 2012 Short Interview with Skibblr

August 7th, 2012 | By

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I Love Hip Hop

(Via SKIBBLR)

Short interview with DJ Scream.
We ask him a few things about signing to Maybach

 

Keep up with DJ Scream.
Twitter: twitter.com/DJSCREAM

for mixtape hosting& promotions check out skibblr.com

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Worldswagg Interview With Producer SUPA VILLIAN

August 7th, 2012 | By

I Love Hip Hop Blog – via worldswagg.com

1. How long have you been producing beats?

1. I’ve been producing since I was in the 8th grade. I played trombone in band from 6th grade all through high school. “Real” organized music is what I love.

 

2. Who do u think are some of the top producers?

2. I’m from Mississippi so real soulful sound is what I like. Growin up I liked beats by the pound, Dj U Neek, Mannie Fresh, organized noise and ANYTHING Pimp C did. These days, Justice League, Dj  Toomp and mike will.

3. With so much competetion in the hip hop Industry, What gives you that drive to continue to do what u do?

3. I don’t consider other artists or producers competition. I was put here to do this. I have a testimony of my life regardless if popularity of another artist leaves me overshadowed. I literally live my life song to song. My gift has been placed inside me. So that alone pushes me.

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the9elements Interviews Ray G of 8&9 Clothing Co.

August 3rd, 2012 | By

 

 

We at the9elements recently got the opportunity to sit down with Ray G of 8&9 Clothing Co. He talked about the concept behind the name “8and9″, how he lost everything after 9/11 and the grind of trying to build a fashion line back up, how he feels about celebrity endorsements and more. Check out the interview after the jump.

the9elements: Jumping right in tell our readers how you came up w/ the concept for 8and9 Clothing.

Ray G: Founded in 2001. Our first cut-and-sew production was in Pakistan right before September 11th happened. Needless to say, I ended up losing everything and having to regroup over the next couple years. As an independent company it took a while and I re-launched in 2008.

T9E: How long has 8and9 Clothing Co. been around?

Ray G: Founded in 2001. Our first cut-and-sew production was in Pakistan right before September 11th happened. Needless to say, I ended up losing everything and having to regroup over the next couple years. As an independent company it took a while and 8and9 re-launched in 2008.

T9E: How would you define 8and9 fashion?

Ray G: We’re a street lifestyle brand. Inspired by experience be it skateboarding, sneaker collecting, hip hop, crime, drugs, takes on politics and pop culture even movies. Our graphics usually have a deeper meaning than some see on the surface. But we always have that edge with a hint of our conscious perspectives.
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A$AP Rocky & Schoolboy Q Go Back and Forth

August 3rd, 2012 | By

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I Love Hip Hop Blog- A$AP Rocky and Schoolboy Q volley their take (and jokes) on the BET Awards, Al Sharpton, women, pause for bong hits, and discuss their upcoming fall tour. It’s quite the comedic relief. Interview via Noisey

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