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Behind The Scenes Of Ghostface “Baby” (Video)

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I like BOBO, but wait a minute… Ha! Here’s a pretty extensive look at Mr. Deini during the making of his video to Wizard of Poetry‘s first single. Lots of crispy colors here. That Lacoste bucket is mean. Raheem goes acapulco. And you can’t hear shit at the end. Thanks, Def Jam!

Q-Tip’s Politically Incorrect?

Uh-oh, looks like Kamaal’s calling on Bloomberg’s countrymen to put an end to his incumbency this November. According to Tip’s Twitter account, he gripes that the Mayor is going to “turn the city into the office for rich folk and kick out the middle class/poor folks.” When you consider the gentrification of neighborhoods in Harlem and Brooklyn, Tip isn’t completely off his rocker. Hell the price for a one bedroom in, could feed a third world country. Transportation fare’s up, and let’s not forget about that pesky smoking ban that has eskay in a hissy fit. Screw it, I’m with you Tip. Let’s get someone else to run this town. Rosenthals you down?   

Props: Newsday

Usher Uptown Cover

The new owners of VIBE deliver the 5th anniversary of their other magazine. And who’s more worthy to grace it than this ATL fella under the umbrella. But does anyone really think Usher’s gonna put out an album anytime soon? With Kells about to catch a brick, the R&B game could use it.

Props: Straight From The A

Big Sean In Studio With No I.D.

[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.866613&w=425&h=350&fv=] Fresh off wrappin’ up Hov’s opus, No I.D. plays Big Sean some rejected BP3 tracks. Ha! Just playin’. This beat is actually dope and open enough for you Internet MCs to get your rhyme on over it. Fuckin’ thieves. RAP! Props: Smoking Section via Kenewest

B.E.P. Rewrite History With A Pen


Outta the way Usher. Yesterday, the Black Eyed Peas broke Mr. Raymond’s record for the longest consecutive stay at the top of the Billboard charts. Eclipsing “Burn” and “Yeah!”,  B.E.P.’s “Boom Boom Pow” and “I Gotta Feeling” have collectively reached number one for 20 weeks. I’m far from a fan, but that’s one helluva of an accomplishment. I’m sure [insert your favorite rappa here] would sell their soul publishing to achieve that level of success. With that said, check out footage of frontman Will.I.Am speaking on the making of the aforementioned records.

Props: YK2