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Looks like the original Freeway Rock Ross has turned his story into a documentary. Freeway: Crack In The System will air on Al Jezeera America on Sunday, March 8th at 9pm. The documentary will center around the 1980’s drug kingpin Freeway Ross and Gary Webb. Gary Webb was the journalist that broke the story about the CIA’s alleged involvement in trafficking illegal drugs into the US. Sounds like a pretty interesting documentary. Will you be watching this one? Check out the trailer below!

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Nicki Minaj has a few words and explains why she views Kanye West as “The King.” Now we all know Nicki Minaj has more bars than a jail cell. We also Nicki Minaj has more bars than a lot of male rappers. Aside from working with some of the top names in music the Queen of Rap took a moment to shout out a musical peer as music royalty.

Recently Kanye West gave Minaj praise and said that she out rapped him on his “Monster” track off of his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album. Nicki responded by saying ..

“It’s sort of amazing. I keep saying that Kanye – he gave me an amazing opportunity, and because of that I feel like he outshines everyone. He puts people in a position to do better,” said Minaj. “When you are an artist and you can do that for people, then you are the king. You are the one. And that’s how I look at him.”

Minaj says she did not expect any other artist besides Lil Wayne to give her a huge platform like “Monster.” Many have said that her verse on the track was her breakout performance on a record.

Remember that verse???

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Last year made the 15th anniversary of Eminem and Paul Rosenberg’s Shady Records. Complex wanted to tell the story of Eminem’s rise and the story behind the label a little more in detail. The story shows the expansion of Shady’s roaster when the gained 50 Cent and Obie Trice. It also shows Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf a couple years later. Eminem and Rosenberg reminisce on how their partnership started and how Em started as a local emcee. Check out the documentary below!

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