While I was catching some Z’s last night, Sergeant Ross and his platoon performed for The Mo’Nique Show on BET. Ross recited “Magnificent” before going into Triple C’s “Go.” Custom, Cars, & Cycles is in stores now. Let’s see who sleeps on that.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3748017&w=425&h=350&fv=] Can’t get a enough Birdman, huh? Well, you’re in luck. Grab some popcorn and sit through 30 minutes of Stunna traveling from Florida to New York. While in the Big Apple, he stops by the Universal building, kicks it with Jay Sean, and even flosses his gun permit. Too bad Wayne left home without his. Props: 305
B.o.B. invites us into the stu as he listens to his forthcoming street single, “I Feed These Streets.” Lucikly for Bobby Ray, I dine on good music.
On this edition of Sex, Cameras, & Hip-Hop, Nip Hussle The Great gets grilled about his experiences between the sheets. Listen up and hopefully, you won’t go out like Willie Lump Lump. 57thAve
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3746676&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D448366%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A448366] On the red carpet at the BET Hip Hop Awards, former D4L frontman reveals that he’s currently an undergrad at Ashworth College in Georgia. Studying business management, he says he went back to school for personal fulfillment. Take that Roxanne Shante. MTV
Backstage at Philly’s Powerhouse concert, Jada explains why he’s open to working with Mr. Sean John on the next L.O.X. album. Kiss says he and his brethren have evolved since their 1998 debut and that Puff’s media connections are also good incentives. Remember: Money, power, respect are still the keys to life.
With the help of John Mayer, Wale pens a letter to the 44th President and Afeni’s baby boy. Sounds good to me. Should’ve made the album. Sincerely, Brian “B.Dot” Miller. Props: Karen Civil