A lil classic material for your morning. Here’s the brothers from Long Island on their European tour grind performing one of my favorite tunes from their second classic album, De La Soul Is Dead. Clever use of the JB‘s original in the mix, but I don’t co-sign the corny car bit at the end. Ha! Full show at Grand Crew.
This album dropped nearly a year ago, but Kamaal won’t stop because he can’t stop. Deluxe Edition, anyone? YouTube? Holla at the Double R. Ha!
Cover your ears! I’m sorry, but this had to be documented. I hope you had your breakfast first. Spotted: Hattie C
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Please don’t give Lil Mama the location. Sidebar: Kanye West is bossy.
In the above magazine’s cover story, Puff comes clean on his past sexual conquests. Mama, he’s a changed man. “I guess the things that used to thrill me don’t thrill me so much anymore. Intimacy is more important to me than sleeping with hot chicks. I don’t even know if I really savored every menage a trois I had. I don’t want to do it all over again. Love is something I strongly connect with, but it’s not something I’ve […]
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