Kells breaks his no-cameras-in-the-house policy and recorded himself working on the remix to “Number One.” Apparently, the track features T-Pain and Keyshia Cole. Excited, yet? HHNM
Here’s the alternate cover to this. Bend over girl, show ’em what ya working with. Props: RealTalkNY
Proactiv approved. In related news, Newsweek speculates Ebony is up for sale: It’s been a year of excruciating decisions for publishing companies—layoffs, pullbacks, closures. Now it appears Johnson Publishing’s chairman and CEO, Linda Johnson Rice, has reached what must have been an agonizing decision: Johnson Publishing is seeking a buyer or investor for its flagship publication, Ebony, in an effort aimed at securing the survival of the nation’s oldest magazine devoted to African-American life. It’s unclear whether the company’s other […]
These guys may not lip lock in public anymore, but that don’t mean Birdman ain’t got love for his psueodo-biological son. Mo’ tats! Sidebar: ’82? eskay says no way, Jose. Props: DGBlog
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3518514&w=425&h=350&fv=] “The life span of a rapper is three years.” Sheeeit, even less than that these days. In his first webisode, Joey Crack says that more LP’s are sounding like street releases. He also quips that if hip-hop’s rookies don’t step it up, the game’s going to look like the soup kitchen. OS Secret Weapon: DarkNyte
Here’s Soulja Boy gettin’ it in with 5 video chicks including his fiancé friend Ms. No Sex Til 2010. Yeah right. Below: The trailer to the actual video. This kid’s one lucky bastard. Props: Omen
Last Friday, James Todd sat next to David Letterman and plugged his new show, NCIS: Los Angeles, his Rock And Roll Hall of Fame nomination, and family life. Crazy to hear LL’s got three teenaged children. After all, he looks like one himself.