By: Jacky Jasper of Edited By: Michele Fralick “For drug pushing, life sentence, no parole, no probation.” Those are the nine words belted out by then-New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller, more than 40-years ago. It’s a statement that led to America’s prison system norm, mandatory sentences of 15 years to life for drug dealers and addicts […]

Still disappointed from the cancellation of rapper Shawty Lo’s All My Babies’ Mamas, reality lovers may be in for a better treat…BMF WIVES. That’s right, Black Mafia Family! From the late 90s to early 2000 the notorious, Atlanta-based crime organization reigned supreme in the world of hip-hop. Since their indictment on 2005, spectators have been left to […]

At its peak, the Black Mafia Family (BMF) was one of the largest drug rings in America. The crew moved obscene amounts of blow across the country from their Atlanta headquarters. In recent years BMF has gained an almost mythical stature in the hood thanks to kingpins Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T” […]

Gucci Mane is a busy guy these days. He’s got a new mixtape out, Trap Back, and is shooting a comedy about a car detail shop starring himself, Rocko, Waka Flocka Flame and model/stylist Keyshia Dior. The ATL rapper dropped by Hot 107.9 and spoke to Emperor Searcy and MZ Shyneka about the mixtape and […]

When T.I. escaped hard jail time in 2009 after being arrested on federal gun charges, rumors began to surface that T.I. got off light because he snitched, but Black Mafia Family founder Big Meech is putting those rumors to rest. BMF’s Big Meech sent a letter to the blog Straight From The A! to dispel […]

We reported a few days ago that a pilot for a new reality show called  “BMF Wives” was being filmed. The show was to focus on the women dealing with men affiliated with the Black Mafia Family, but BMF head Big Meech is putting an end to that. Meech and BMF — which at its […]

“Black Mafia Family Wives” may be coming to a television screen near you, featuring the wives of the infamous Black Mafia Family (aka BMF), which at its height operated a multi-million dollar national drug ring based out of Atlanta. BMF co-founder Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory is currently serving a 30 year sentence for allegedly trafficking […]

BMF (Black Mafia Family) started in Detroit, but it was in Atlanta where Big Meech and his brother turned the drug organization into a national, wholesale cocaine empire. Big Meech had become a fixture in Atlanta’s hip-hop scene, promoting BMF as a record label and showing up in videos for Young Jeezy and Bleu DaVinci. The History Channel's "Gangland" series profiled BMF in a recent episode. Watch it here!

Lupe Fiasco gives Rick Ross' "B.M.F." track a positive spin. So instead of bigging up incarcerated drug kingpins (Big Meech) and notorious gang leaders (Larry Hoover) and promoting the nihilistic idea of blowing one's money fast Lupe wants to build minds faster.

Rick Ross aka Ricky Rozay has dropped the remix video to his street banger "B.M. F. (Blowing Money Fast)." The remix features Styles P. Check it out here!

Big Meech, the founder of the Atlanta-based multi-million dollar drug trafficking organization who was ultimately convicted of running a continuing criminal enterprise and sentenced to 30 years, has co-signed Rick Ross’s 'BMF'.

"My son was killed by the Black Mafia Family." Those nine words, spoken by a grieving mother one morning in 2004, started journalist Mara Shalhoup on a trail that, more than five years later, has led to the publication of "BMF: The Rise and Fall of Big Meech and the Black Mafia Family."