Scott Storch on Fallout with Dr. Dre: I Burnt a Lot of Bridges with My Drug Use

Scott Storch on Fallout with Dr. Dre: I Burnt a Lot of Bridges with My Drug Use

In this interview, Scott Storch, opened up about how he met Dr. Dre and working on some of his hits such as, "Still Dre" and "Big Ego's." Although Storch admits, initially, Dre wouldn't let him leave after playing the piano for him during their first meeting, he revealed his drug abuse led to their fallout toward the end of their working relationship. "I burnt a lot of bridges with my drug use and pissed a lot of people off," he said. Even though it appears the two may not reignite the fire in the studio, he added that he sees them repairing their friendship and getting back to work in the near future, "I have a very good feeling about me and Dre in the future. We're [going to] get back and do some more stuff together." Watch the full interview above.

Ron Newt on Being Arrested 165 Times & Turning to Music After Shootout

Ron Newt on Being Arrested 165 Times & Turning to Music After Shootout

Self-described "known ghetto player" Ron Newt discussed his storied past with VladTV, which included getting arrested 165 times and moving away from the street life to make a move into the music industry. When it came to growing up in San Francisco, Newt told us that he graduated from "selling matchboxes of weed" to much more serious crimes involving drugs. However, Ron said that he decided to leave the street life after getting shot by a rival during a shootout. After making up his mind, Ron formed a group with his boys called the Newtrons, who were later discovered by Diana Ross. Check out more of Ron's stories about his past in the above clip, including the time his pet tiger almost mauled his young daughter to death.

DJ Vlad Recalls Edgy VladTV Stories for B-Real's "The Smokebox"

DJ Vlad Recalls Edgy VladTV Stories for B-Real's "The Smokebox"

http:www.vladtv.com - VladTV's very own DJ Vlad was recently featured on B-Real's "The Smokebox," where he smoked out with the legendary Cypress Hill rapper. Vlad spoke out about some of the most controversial stories on the site, includingLord Jamar's much talked about interview, where he spoke about white rappers being guests in hip-hop. Vlad also opened up about making several documentary films, including "Ghost Ride the Whip," and explains why he decided to switch lanes and go into developing his website. Be sure to check out the first part of Vlad's sit down with "The Smokebox,'where he spoke about hip-hop history and much more.

Ron Newt on $1 Billion Lawsuit Against Fox's 'Empire' For Stealing Life Story

Ron Newt on $1 Billion Lawsuit Against Fox's 'Empire' For Stealing Life Story

Ron Newt has admittedly lived a fast paced life, including an escape from prison, which he spoke about exclusively with VladTV. Newt explained to us that after his sons, The Newtrons, left Jackson Records they were in the process of signing a deal with MCA, which couldn't happen unless Ron was present. However, while the deal was being made, Ron was locked up on what he said was a trumped up gun charge. Ron added that in order to get the deal signed, he escaped from prison, and he stayed on the run for the next two years. During the conversation Newt also spoke to us about rumors that he brought an oozie and a hand grenade into the MCA Records offices to get out of a contract. He explained that after leaving the offices and coming back for a second time to deal with the situation, he was met by the SWAT Team, but Ron says that he was completely unarmed. Moving along, Ron spoke with VladTV about his lawsuit against Terrence Howard, Lee Daniels, and more people involved the making of FOX's Empire, which he claims ripped off his life story. Newt told us that he had a meeting with Terrence at a hotel, where he claims the actor ripped off his life story after promising that he would work with Ron on developing a show about his exciting life. Check out more of what Ron had to say on the situation above.

ODB Jr.: ODB Forced Me to Watch Him Get High Hours Before His Overdose

ODB Jr.: ODB Forced Me to Watch Him Get High Hours Before His Overdose

During his life, rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard, left fans with countless memorable moments, one in particular was when he took his kids on a limo ride to pick up their welfare checks, which aired on MTV. The late rapper's oldest son, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Jr., says he was 7 when it happened, and often looks back at the "regular" ride in 1995. "I was the one in the front with the braids sticking up." He said, "I had to be 7... it was a regular moment in life for me." During his talk with DJ Vlad, the 26-year-old reminisces about witnessing his father use drugs right before his untimely his death. "I use to smoke weed when I was younger, but this was different. My father was doing it in front of me and looking dead in my eye." After that very moment, he says went home and received a call that his father had died from an overdose, "It happened out of nowhere, it was so quick." Watch the full interview above.

Scarface: Dr. Dre's Production is So Good it Pisses Me Off

Scarface: Dr. Dre's Production is So Good it Pisses Me Off

http://www.vladtv.com - Scarface spoke exclusively to us at VladTV about Rick Rubin's involvement with the Geto Boys while they were signed to Def American Recordings, and the Houston rapper knew Rick wasn't feeling his rhymes. Speaking further on the situation, Scarface explained, "I know Rick Rubin ain't like me as a rapper. He liked Bill and Will, at least that's what [Jay Z] told me." The "I Seen a Man Die" emcee also spoke about how he thinks he could've gotten the Geto Boys' Grip It! On That Other Level to be on par with an NWA album had he worked on it a little more. When DJ Vlad points out that Scarface's group didn't have someone like Dr. Dre, the Houston emcee admits that Dre's production is so impressive it pisses him off. To hear more of what Scarface had to say, hit the above clip.

Vladimir Komarov's Death Abord Soyuz 1

Vladimir Komarov's Death Abord Soyuz 1

For the full story on Komarov and Soyuz 1: http://amyshirateitel.com/2012/01/13/soyuz-1-falling-to-earth/ And for more spaceflight history, check out Vintage Space: http://amyshirateitel.com/vintagespace/ Find me on Facebook and Google+, and on Twitter as @astVintageSpace

Boston George on Selling Cocaine with Pablo Escobar, Avoids Murder Question

Boston George on Selling Cocaine with Pablo Escobar, Avoids Murder Question

Boston George, whose life was portrayed in the 2001 Johnny Depp movie "Blow," spoke exclusively to VladTV about getting into cocaine trade after spending time in prison for marijuana. He explained that the idea of the lucrative new business venture was brought to his attention by his cellmate, who was from Colombia. Once he was out of prison, George decided to start flying to Colombia to bring back millions of dollars in cocaine each week, which took him to a new level of wealth. During his time dealing in cocaine, George also explained working with notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar in business meetings, but he declined to speak about any violence he saw while around Escobar. The conversation then turned to the crazy amounts of money George was bringing in every week, which he said was "millions," and when asked about how much he estimates to have made over his lifetime, George said it was conceivable to say it was near $1 billion. You can hear more about how he built his vast fortune in the above clip.

Boston George (Blow): $68 Million Seized, Caught w/ 1800 lbs of Cocaine

Boston George (Blow): $68 Million Seized, Caught w/ 1800 lbs of Cocaine

Boston George, whose life was portrayed in the 2001 Johnny Depp movie "Blow," spoke to VladTV about the downfall of dealing drugs, including having $68 million frozen in his Panama bank account. The former cocaine dealer explained why he didn't get out of the drug trade when his partner Carlos Lehder cut him our of the business, and George revealed that he was an adrenaline junkie that was hooked on the thrill of the game. George also explained that people initially get into the drug trade to make money, but he added that things shifted for him and he realized that he was more into the thrill of gambling with his life. During the conversation George also spoke about testifying against Carlos, the power of greed, and much more, which you can hear about in the above clip.

Scott Storch: My Living Expenses Were $1M a Month, Including a Blunt Roller

Scott Storch: My Living Expenses Were $1M a Month, Including a Blunt Roller

Scott Storch spoke exclusively to VladTV about living life in excess at the height of his career, which included monthly expenses of $1,000,000 and hiring a staff member whose sole job was to roll Scott's blunts. The famed record producer also said that he would have at least fifteen exotic vehicles in his fleet, including one of the first Bugatti Veyron sports cars to ever be sold. While it seemed like Scott had it all from the outside looking in, he told us that his excessive lifestyle brought a lot of misery, and Scott said that he was doing most of it for the enjoyment of other people. During the conversation he also added that his focus started shifting away from music after he started getting wrapped up in the fast-paced Hollywood lifestyle, which you can hear more about in the above clip.

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