March 5, 2012


News Notes: Lil Wayne's Limp Bizkit Collabo Is Online & More

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Lil Wayne's Collaboration With New Label Mates Limp Bizkit Is Available, Sort Of
The official version drops later this week but you can listen to a low-quality premiere of "Ready to Go" now. Because you know you have to know what it sounds like. [HipHopDX]

Oprah Winfrey Will Interview Whitney Houston's Daughter
Oprah will talk to Bobbi Kristina exclusively on her OWN network on March 11. [RapFix]

Ronnie Montrose Dies at Age 64
Cancer claimed the life of the 1970s lead guitar legend Ronnie Montrose. His band Montrose gave a pre-Van Halen Sammy Hagar his first taste of success. [CBS]

Wiz Khalifa and Korn at Cypress Hill's Marijuana Rights Rally
Cypress Hill's SmokeOut, a political rally and outdoor concert, attracted a diverse array of pro-pot artists on Saturday. [RollingStone]

Gunfire Injures 14 Outside Rapper's Concert
Fourteen people were wounded when three men started shooting at each other in a crowd waiting to get into a Nipsey Hussle concert. Hussle was in his hotel room at the time and released a statement decrying the violence. [Washington Post]

G-Unit Rapper Shot At 11 Times
Young Buck escaped unharmed after his SUV was targeted 3:30am on Sunday in Nashville. A female passenger was hit but has been treated and released from the hospital. [Guardian]

Insane Clown Posse Launches Social Networking Site is now available, making it easier for men wearing clown makeup to find each other. [NME]