Rapper Hurricane Chris Drops New Mixtape

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If you’ve ever questioned if hip hop was dying, Hurricane Chris delivered some cardioversion.

Cardioversion is the delivery of an electric shock to the chest using electrodes, or in this case, a lyrical shock to the chest using lyrics. With a three-year hiatus from the hip hop game, Chris drops his new mixtape Caniac today.

Available online for download, it’s one of those that “shall not be slept on.”

Caniac has the style of flow and lyrical delivery that draws you to listen to the entire mixtape  - maybe even on repeat.

The track “Stick Up” is a force to be reckoned with. It shows the true “ratchetness” of Mr. 51/50 himself.

The following track “Give My All” shows a more smooth, yet aggressive side. This is definitely a track for the ladies and will have the fellas playing it too.

“Chop Shop” can’t go unrecognized. Although the last track, it’s a flawless way to end while the beat rides out. From giving shout out’s and thanking loyal fans to passing out reminders that he never left.

The Strategist Affairs’ all-time favorite, “Ball Hard,” deserves air play! It’s a must have for your music library.

This mixtape is definitely a piece of craftsmanship at its best.

“You gone get to really see who I am as a person and what I’m really about and that’s breaking a microphone in half,” said Chris in an interview. “Whoever feels like they wanna get on a microphone and spit wit me, ya better bring ya A-game, cuz I’m puttin em in caskets.”

Follow him on Twitter@HurricaneChris6.

Rapper Lil Flip Arrested for Drug, Weapons Possession

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Houston rapper Lil Flip should pay more attention to the speed limit.

Lil Flip, whose real name is Wesley Eric Weston, was arrested after reportedly being pulled over for speeding in Shreveport, La. During the routine traffic stop, deputies allegedly found marijuanna and an assault riffle in his possession.

It is reported that Lil Flip, 31, was driving 86 mph in a 75 mph zone in his 2010 Dodge Challenger, according to The Shreveport Times.

In 2004, Flip made headlines for himself for feuding with Atlanta rapper T.I.

Deputies found a Bushmaster AR-15 in the car, the same type of assault rifle that was in the possession of the gunman in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut.

The Houston hip-hop star along with his passenger were both arrested. Lil Flip was booked on charges of speeding, possession of a firearm in the presence of a controlled dangerous substance and third-offense possession of marijuana.

Flip recently made it known he has a license to carry the non-automatic weapon and the marijuanna deputies found was nothing more than clove cigarettes. He gave TMZ a photo of his Texas concealed handgun license – which he says is valid in 22 other states, including Louisiana.

Lil Flip was freed after posting a $35,300 bond. A court date has not been announced, but he intends to plead not guilty to the charges.