Soren Baker and I need you to chime in on the topics of this segment of The Aftermath, the best music discussion on the Net. Jay-Z and Kanye West are shutting it down as they travel across the U.S. on their Watch The Throne tour that is commanding, in some cities, $200 per tickets. Eminem and Lil Wayne just kicked off in Australia their world tour. Could this be bigger than Watch The Throne? What do you think?
Young Jeezy was rumored to part ways with ex-girlfriend Keyshia Cole years back because he allegedly wasn't ready to settle down. Has he had a change of heart now that Keyshia has moved on? On Young Jeezy's "I Do" with Jay-Z and Andre 3000, the three amigos rhyme about hip-hop nuptials. Soren and I dissect the metaphors.
Hip-hop newlyweds T.I. and Tiny will be giving the world a behind-the-scenes view of their "Family Hustle" in their new reality TV show. Is this even a good idea? The Aftermath examines the trailer from the first episode premiering on December 5 on VH1.
Still, there are more quick topics of conversation. Diddy's son Justin gets a football scholarship to UCLA.Wiz Khalifa signs Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J to his Taylor Gang label. And Texas' OG Ron C plans another one of his annual I Adopted A Bay Bay Kid toy drives.
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MORE INFO ON THIS SEGMENT'S NEWS
Award Tour -- Eminem and Lil Wayne embark on World Tour.
New Music -- Young Jeezy f. Jay-Z and Andre 3000 "I Do"
Can't Knock The Hustle -- T.I. and Tiny to premiere "Family Hustle" reality show.
A Different World -- Diddy's son announces plans to play football for UCLA.
Gang Related -- Three 6 Mafia member Juicy J confirms joining Wiz Khalifa's Taylor Gang.
Help The Children -- OG Ron C holds annual toy drive for Bay Bay's Kid'z Foundation.
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