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In March 1984, when NYU student Rick Rubin and promoter-manager Russell Simmons founded the then-independent Def Jam label, 16-year-old Hollis, Queens-native James Todd Smith was creating demo tapes in his grandparents' home.
Recently Weezy dropped a subtle bomb that he may have gotten back into the R&B singer’s good graces. But yeah, I was like ‘Maybe I should have checked out his history’.Although neither of the two have come right out to confirm that they’re coupled up, they were spotted coupled up courtside at the Knicks game back in December….…a slew of recent social media posts pretty much confirm that there’s definitely a romance brewing if not already in bloom.He is known for such hip hop hits as "I Can't Live Without My Radio", "I'm Bad", "The Boomin' System", "Rock The Bells" and "Mama Said Knock You Out", as well as romantic ballads such as "Doin' It", "I Need Love", "Around the Way Girl" and "Hey Lover".LL Cool J is also known as one of the forefathers of pop rap.Under his new stage name, LL Cool J (an abbreviation for Ladies Love Cool James), That same year, Smith made his professional debut concert performance at Manhattan Center High School.
In a later interview, LL Cool J recalled the experience, stating "They pushed the lunch room tables together and me and my DJ, Cut Creator, started playing. As soon as it was over there were girls screaming and asking for autographs.
“I’m not gonna count that out,” she told Old Man Ebro and Laura Stylez regarding the hopes of a romantic reconciliation. Dream was previously married to Nivea who eventually left to return to Wayne and he eventually married Milian, who would begin to date Wayne after their divorce in 2010. I thought that, even that was like a manly thing that kinda made our relationship and our situation I felt a little different.” Watch her full interview down below.
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He has released 13 studio albums and two greatest hits compilations.
His twelfth album Exit 13 (2008), was his last for his long-tenured deal with Def Jam Recordings.
On his buzz-inducing remix to Drake’s single “Hype,” Wayne spits “You see my team is right next to me/You don’t see Tina right next to me/I thank her for takin’ my breath from me/But the second me gon’ be the better me.” The lyrics were a play off of Drake’s “don’t you see Riri right next to me line” but also comes off as an apology of sorts. I thought maybe it was different just because it felt different and we really were completely in it.