Isiah Factor Uncensored with Paul Wall, Baby Bash, and more! (3-24-2017)
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Houston’s own Slim Thug turned 36 years old and he celebrated his birthday in style.
The Houston based nationally known rapper held his yearly birthday celebration at the House of Blues in Houston.
Slim invited friends, family, and some dedicated fans to an exclusive party Thursday night.
Some of the biggest names in the south were present at the party.
On the list of invitees – Slim, Bun B, JJ on the Mic, JQue, Queenie Freeman, Rico aka Troy, Michael Artis, and Zro the Don just to name a few!
Dozens of family members, friends, and fans filled a bar in east downtown Houston for the premiere of a new video by a Houston rap legend.
Willie D’s Coon 2 was greeted with enthusiasm and applause during its big debut at King’s Court Thursday night.
It is part two in a series of videos created by the member of the Geto Boys.
He says the video’s release is time to coincide with the release of his latest single by the same name.
Willie D says the video highlights those in the African American community who sellout their own so that they may be accepted by mainstream media.
He’s expected to do at least 5 versions of the song and video.
The event was hosted by King’s Court owners J. Patel and Ankur Jariwala.
It was sponsored in part by 8th Wonder Brewery in downtown Houston.
Willie D also interviewed Houston rap legend Lil Troy for his podcast before the big party.
Here are some of the pictures I snapped at the event that lasted til nearly midnight!
Everything old is new again and you can say the same for name calling.
That will be the case when it comes to the term ‘snitch’ used to negatively describe Houston rapper Troy Birklett aka Lil Troy.
This comes as Ozone Magazine founder / publisher Julia Beverly plans to release a biography on Houston legend Chad Butler aka Pimp C.
The book, which is scheduled to hit stores in 2015, could also contain references to court records.
One particular document posted by Beverly on Twitter last week lists Birklett as someone who has been helpful to state and federal investigators in the prosecution of drug dealers.
Beverly then writes you ever wondered why Pimp C called Lil Troy a snitch.
The hip hop writer has also seen some controversy on Twitter since announcing the biography.
Many attacked her for not donating a portion of the profits from the book to the children of Butler.
However, after a very public battle Beverly said she had an agreement with Pimp C’S mother to give an undisclosed share to the children.
It will definitely be a highly anticipated release.