Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Is T-Wayne Album Really Coming Out?

Love him or hate him, T-Pain is a hard working man in the music business. He's already got a new album coming out this year titled Thr33 Ringz . He's also been featured on more than a few singles this year with a variety of artists in the rap and R&B worlds and he's already building buzz for the upcoming T-Wayne collaboration with Lil Wayne .
" T-Wayne is an entity that's just gonna take over a side of the game," Pain told MTV recently. "It's two artists that done collaborated with every artist in the industry except each other. Being that we getting together, this T-Wayne movement is getting crazy."
He went on to explain that even though they both have incredibly busy schedules, they are taking time to make sure the T-Wayne album begins taking shape as they continue recording away from one another.
"He's sending me blank tracks, I'm sending him blank tracks. He's sending me tracks with hooks, I'm sending him tracks with hooks. It's just our hectic schedules are keeping us from recording. ... But we both have studios on the bus. So we take that tour bus anywhere we go...it's a done deal."
Fans of the two or those anticipating the collab album will not really have to wait for work from the pair. They have already worked together on Wayne 's Tha Carter III and they have a single coming out for Thr33 Ringz . Pain spoke on their most recent duet, the first official single off of his album, a track called "Can't Believe It."
"'Can't Believe It,' I just wanted to simplify things. Basically I got a lot of stuff on my albums that's not that simple. I'm not getting away from the simplicity of things, it's just basically a way to calm things down. Then I put Wayne on it and he keeps murdering tracks I'm sending him. It's just another world, it's unexplainable."

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Rick Ross Exposed By TheSmokingGun.com

Last week, images of a younger Rick Ross dressed as a correctional officer hit the Internet, causing much speculation as to whether or not the rapper's tales of selling cocaine were true.
Ross denied the validity of the photo, saying: " My life is 100 percent real. These online hackers putting a picture of my face when I was a teenager in high school on other people’s body. If this shit was real don’t you think they would have more specifics, like dates and everything else? I’m in the entertainment business and a lot of people like to hate because I’m on top of my game. Like I said before my life is 100 percent real. "
Now, TheSmokingGun.com , the same website which revealed that Akon's past may have been fabricated, has released documents supporting their claim that Ross , too, lied.
Documents show that the rapper's social security number matches one William Roberts ' who graduated from the Florida Department of Corrections training academy.
The documents reveal that Ross was given the job in December 1995 at the age of 19, and left the job in 1997.
Ross has yet to comment on the allegations.