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Nas ' baby mama has an ultimatum ... pay your back child support or you're going to jail! Carmen Bryan filed legal docs claiming Nas -- real name Nasir Jones -- owes her more than $11,000 in back child support for his 19-year-old daughter, Destiny. Bryan labels Nas a "repeat criminal non supporter" and says he's intentionally harming his daughter by refusing to pay her college tuition and her medical bills. Bryan wants Nas cited for contempt ... translation, the slammer.
Snoop Dogg is one of the most celebrated artists in rap history and could easily rest on his incredible catalog. But the 42-year-old Long Beach rapper keeps his creative juices flowing with his new mixtape That's My Work Vol. 3 . The 20-song project is hosted by DJ Drama and includes guest appearances from some of Snoop's closest friends, who also happen to be pretty damn good rappers too. Daz Dillinger , Kurupt , Warren G , and more pop up, with early favorites from That's My Work Vol. 3 like "Feel Like Heaven" and "Never Had It Like This."
While Lea Michele's album Louder hasn't quite lived up to the hype, her latest song, "'If You Say So," from the album, which is about boyfriend Cory Monteith who died from a drug overdose in a Vancouver hotel last summer is pretty good, though. According to MTV , Lea said about the song, "it's a very personal and it's a very intense song for me." Needless to say, the song is very, very, very sad. Michele been criticized for putting a song about such a delicate subject on her album; some say it’s sort of a tactless grab for album sales.
Kanye West has shared a short montage of footage from his Yeezus Tour on his official website , which acts as a preview for his upcoming Yeezus film. This same clip was played during West's appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers earlier this week. The film will be directed by Hype Williams, who's famous for his storied career of directing rap videos. He's worked on a number of Kanye West's music videos, including "Diamonds from Sierra Leone," "Stronger," "Cold," and "Gold Digger."