News: Uncle Murda Spotlights Killings W/ New Website, Knocks "Murda" Off His Name
Tuesday, Jan 27, 2009 4:30PM
Former Roc-A-Fella artist Uncle Murda has announced a new rap alias along with the launch of a new murder-based website that will shine a light on real murders around the world.
The Brooklyn, New York-bred emcee is reportedly making his name more retailer-friendly.
"When it's time to get that money, it's definitely, Uncle M," Murda said in an interview. "We not gonna let nothing stop the money. You see, the 'm' is for the money, Murda, menage a trois, marijuana, whatever you want. You know, the 'm' covers everything." (True Stories Radio)
Uncle M also kicked off a new website that shines light on real killings.
"Right now, I'm on my computer sh*t, this is firstdegreemurda.com," Murda said via his web page. "The reason why I set this sh*t up is so you can see all the murders taking place across the world, not just New York -- you can also see a lot of the sh*t that the police be doing, like they be doing a lot of bullsh*t, if you go check up on my site, you got ex-police, ex-officers raping girls, beating up people in wheel chairs, all types of sh*t." (First Degree Murda)
Murda recently confirmed his departure from Def Jam/Roc-A-Fella Records earlier this month.
"There's just so much bullsh*t with the labels. I'm no longer with Def Jam. I'm a free agent and I'm still hot," Murda said in an interview. "Things ain't work out over there. Once Jay-Z left, you know, they ain't really know what to do with Uncle Murda." (Vlad TV)