#TBT Interview w/ Jon Connor about not making Freshman Class Cover in 2012 & more.

JCBefore he was signed to one of the most influential producers in the history of modern day music “The People’s Rapper” Jon Connor converses with Whobeta on his former weekly show. In my opinion this is one of the best interviews ever as Jon Connor speaks about not making the XXL Magazine Freshman Class cover in 2012, and spews his true feelings about the hip hop publication, also during the interview he explains the major endorsements & cosigns that were featured throughout his acclaimed “Season 2” project which gathers cosigns from Nas, Jamie Foxx, The Game, & Youg Jeezy to name a few super stars that was feeling the star before he was in major orbit.

Check out this throwback interview & be sure to check out his national debut featured twice on Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr.Dre, a release that took the summer by surprise, with over 400,000 records sold in the 1st 3 weeks.

50 Cent Meets Betasblock.com in Ferguson #GUNIT

50 CentAs a true fan of hip hop it was an honor to meet the creator of 3 of hip hops most influential albums, and the leader of the super group, label, & more G Unit. Curtis Jackson bka as 50 Cent made his way to North St.Louis County during a bottle signing for Effen Vodka at A-1 Liquor Ferguson, Mo.

With his consistent feud with MMG it would have been interesting to here his take on the Meek Mill vs Drake feud, & if he felt partially responsible for the declined interest in artist Rick Ross, being responsible for others decline in hip hop most notable JaRule & the entire Murder Inc.

100’s people, young & old, white, black, Asian, rappers, clothing designers, fans, and those who just want to #*Ck a celebrity, came out for this once in a lifetime opportunity, including somebodies grandma who was confident about leaving with 50 & his Effen crew.

Curtis Young (@Mrcurtisyoung) back at Studio 618 December 14th

553256_10204322661941079_7681162724955462954_nRising music mogul and fashion designer, Curits Young, son of the only Hip Hop billionaire Dr.Dre (Andre Young), will be back at Studio 618 December 13th – 15th.


For features, appearances, interviews, or his itinerary for the weekend text 618-567-3690 or 3146296404.

He will be helping feed over 100 families with Studio 618’s 3rd annual Big Give Back December 13th, that same day he will be celebrating his 21st for the 5th or 6th year, at Studio 618 hosted by one of St.Louis’s most controversial but fan favorite party promoters Nelly the Celeb.



cyHe will also be in town checking the progression of the artist signed up for his Billionaire Ambition artist development camp while in town.

Be sure to folllow Curtis on Twitter and Instagram @MrCurtisyoung .



Dr.Dre’s Eldest Son Looking to invest in the Midwest July 4th Weekend

The first official billionaire in hip hop, Dr.Dre, has a lot of people wondering about the ventures of his offspring, including top gossip website, tv show TMZ which popped up on the Doctors oldest son Curtis Young in East LA, before his departure to Mexico. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1TdoFcfJ_I

Curtis will be in East Saint Louis, with fellow entrepreneur Hard Head, and Former NWA dj Dj Scratch, July 4th weekend hoping to invest in projects with artist, djs, models, bloggers, and more. As well as meeting with top officials from both sides of the Bi-State area.

While here he will be hosting a compilation mixtape, Billionaires Ambition, Co-Hosting the Relaunch of Beta Radio, co-hosting the relaunch party and so much more.

For more info Contact Clint Collins 618-567-3690 / Dj Whobeta 3146296404 / or Dj Damo 314-448-9903

Beta Relaunch Party with Curtis Young and Hard Head

Dr.Dre becomes 1st Black Hip Hop Billionaire #newblackhistort

Hip Hop Icon becomes more iconic after selling of his Beats By Dre product line to Apple for over $3, 000, 000, 000 Making him the 1st and currently only Black Hip Hop Billionaire, only weeks after Forbes released its Richest People list prompting Actor / Artist Tyrese to request they update the list immediately. New black history.