So it appears that the singer-songwriter-producer needs to shed off some pounds for an upcoming movie role. Good luck Terius. Spotted: Rap-Up
Author: Big Homie
At last, here goes the CDQ version of that funky record you heard here first. Sex Therapy coming December 15th. I know you wanna… Props: OS Bonus: The break below
“I’m here feeling like 50 back in ’02/ And everybody saying I’m the man/ So true.” Last night J. Prince’s son Jas a.k.a. Young CEO celebrated his birthday at Club Hush in Houston. With Bun B in tow, Drake emerged on stage and ran through some of his tunes. In the short highlight above, Drizzy blesses the audience with a verse off Thank Me Later. Spotted: NR via ATF thru Mazy Note: Trouble viewing clip in Firefox. Try Safari.
R. Les is on his grizzly. Wednesday night at the listening session in NYC, “Never Gonna Break Up”, wasn’t the only video he previewed. Here is another one he let go which is one of my favorites off the album. Bootleggin’ at it’s finest. Spotted: HHNM
“On the park bench in Italy feeding a bird/ Sippin’ tea with sour diesel ’cause they legal with herb/ In Amsterdam, aw man, wish my mans could come/ Asian bitches in Japan is dumb/ They love New Yorkers, especially the Spanish ones.” This guy won’t stop. Here’s another freestyle from our favorite free agent. Taking Wale’s “World Tour”, Ortiz reflects on his recent travels of the past few months. Yaowa! Props: Mr. X
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3855507&w=425&h=350&fv=] No gun play involved. After the Young Money tour bus broke down, everyone on the ride dared Onika to throw back some shot for $100. After taking three in one gulp, it was lights out for the Young Money queen. Cheers! Props: 247HH
Last week at LAX, Dante had a little run in with the paps. No cameras were harmed during the making of this clip.
The full interview airs tonight, but here’s another early preview of Diane Sawyer’s 20/20 interview with Ri-Ri. This time, she admits her relationship with Chris was in jeopardy and reveals that a text message triggered the incident. Get your popcorn ready. Previously: Part 1
R. Les held another album listening party last night in the Big Apple. He blessed those in attendance with his next video, which is the opening track off Transition. Although this is an early cut, it’s pretty much the entire video with good visual and decent sound quality. Applaud the bootlegger. Props: Nav
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3844019&w=425&h=350&fv=] BAMTV followed The Roots and director BBGUN on the set for the visual of the band’s latest single. Their How I Got Over album is scheduled to drop February 2010. Look out, Game! OKP