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Wiz Khalifa Breaks Down Kush & Orange Juice

[vodpod id=Video.3584222&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Did%253D1638714%2526vid%253D514779%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A514779] Back in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Wiz gives a breakdown of his latest mixtape, Kush & Orange Juice to MTV. Smoke one wit’ cha dawg. “Mesmerized”:¬† “My man Carlo did that beat. Taylor Gang or die. You know what it is,” he said. “That song is about keeping it G, in a nutshell. Can’t really say too much about it. When they see it, they recognize and they’re mesmerized.” “Never Been”: “My man Sledgerin did that beat,” Wiz […]

Cam’Ron Goes Shopping In His Robe

[vodpod id=Video.3581566&w=425&h=350&fv=] Cam’Ron channels mobster Vincent Gigante while leaving the Loews Hotel in Atlanta. A few years ago, Jim Jones admitted on a SMACK DVD that he goes shopping in his boxers. So much for the whole no shirt, no shoes, no service policy. TLF

Remy Ma Prison Interview (Pt.1)

[vodpod id=Video.3579645&w=425&h=350&fv=] Somehow, WSHH managed to secure the first on camera interview with Remy Ma at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in New York. She’s currently serving eight years behind bars for assault, weapons possession and attempted coercion. Unfortunately, the sitdown is marred by awkward questions. Nonetheless, in the first segment she discusses her life in jail, female rappers, and time away from the booth. Previously: Remy Ma Calls From Prison

New Video: Ice Cube “I Rep That West”

[vodpod id=Video.3583847&w=425&h=350&fv=id%3Dv218671702%26amp%3BeID%3D1301797%26amp%3Blang%3Dus%26amp%3Bympsc%3D4195329%26amp%3BenableFullScreen%3D1%26amp%3BshareEnable%3D1] Remember when videos had budgets? Well allow Ice Cube to refresh your memory. Here’s his new clip for the first single off I Am The West. Album drops July 13th. Throw them dubs up. Sidebar: Ice Cube Talks To GQ

R.I.P. Lena Horne

As CNN confirmed, pioneering actress and singer Lena Horne died last night at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City. She was 92. A Brooklyn native, Horne overcame racial discrimination as the first Black actress signed to a major Hollywood studio. She later went on to release 40 albums. Below is her final television performance 12 years ago on The Rosie O’Donnell Show.

Swizz Beatz’ Empire State Tour

[vodpod id=Video.3581052&w=425&h=350&fv=videoGUID%3DC5A532F4-8DAC-4E85-BBEA-CA2013F474EC%26playerid%3D1000%26plyMediaEnabled%3D1%26configURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwsj.vo.llnwd.net%2Fo28%2Fplayers%2F%26autoStart%3Dfalse] Swizzy takes the Wall Street Journal on a walkabout of the Upper Westside and discusses his transition from a DJ to producing and growing up in the South Bronx. South, South Bronx. NR