Tits. Boobs. Knockers. Whatever you want to call ‘em, I’m all for it. And so is Snoop Dogg. Commemorating Breast Cancer Awareness month, Snoop Dogg speaks on thinking pink. 57thAve
Didn’t know iTunes had the official crispy soundboard audio of the first performance of BP3‘s first big single. You know, The Yankees new theme. I have a warm spot in my heart for you Internet geeks; so here’s a link to the audio file I just copped. Who says YN don’t give back? Convert to MP3 if you like, penny pinchers. Download here. Props: M1
Damn, must be a Chi-Town thing. While showing off his new Maybach, Kells reveals he broke his recent diet ’cause that Harold’s Chicken be callin’ him, bruh. *Dead* at him askin’ if his flip cam can “pan back.” SMH. Old habits are hard to break. Props: Skee
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3645654&w=425&h=350&fv=] People love to tell this story again and again about how hard 50 works. I get it, he works hard. We all should. No hard feelings but I missed seeing myself in last night’s Behind The Music. Guess I wasn’t holding my poms poms high enough in front of the camera to make the final cut. Ha!
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3645536&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D445313%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A445313] You rep for my weed carrier group. I’ll rep for yours. Favor for a favor. Ha! Anyways, on the set of a Triple C’s video, The Bawse and Da Snowman had some interesting things to say about carrying on tradition and their status in the game. Ross: “To be a part of Def Jam, I feel that the biggest legacies have been lived at Def Jam. From the dudes I love like EPMD, of course the LL Cool […]
Guess who’s bizack. Ri-Ri announced on her new Twitter account last night that she’s ready to knock a few cats off the top of the charts this fourth quarter. Count me in as part of the hype machine ’cause I really wanna hear how the Fuck Boy Brown incident has affected her music. Straight from The A has gathered all the new flicks and behind the scenes video of the album cover shoot. Good luck to you, Ms. Fenty. Sidebar: […]
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3645382&w=425&h=350&fv=] I respect T La Rock’s “It’s Yours” as the classic that it is, but when I think of the real first record produced by Def Jam Recordings, it’s LL Cool J’s “I Need A Beat.” The above vignette was my favorite from last night’s show. I love to hear the story again and again on how James Todd met Rick Rubin. So legendary. Hey, who still needs a rip? VH1 did the right thing and put the whole […]