[vodpod id=Video.3455784&w=425&h=350&fv=plugins%3Dadotube%26amp%3Bchannel%3D7273%26amp%3Bfile%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.bestofbothoffices.com%2Fvideos%2Fuploads%2FnWSfSWZQ0nDjqEcmEaWj.flv%26amp%3Blogo%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.bestofbothoffices.com%2Fvideos%2Ftemplates%2Fimages%2Fplayerlogo%2Flogo.png%26amp%3Bskin%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.bestofbothoffices.com%2Fvideos%2Fdefault.swf%26amp%3Bbufferlength%3D15%26amp%3Bvolume%3D50%26amp%3Bautostart%3Dfalse%26amp%3Bfullscreen%3Dtrue%26amp%3Bstretching%3Dexactfit%26amp%3Bltas.mediaid%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.bestofbothoffices.com%2Fvideos%2Fuploads%2FnWSfSWZQ0nDjqEcmEaWj.flv%26amp%3Btitle%3Dround+table%26amp%3Bdescription%3Dround+table%26amp%3Badotube.title%3Dround+table%26amp%3Badotube.description%3Dround+table%26amp%3Badotube.adotubeid%3D8r2EXLA%26amp%3Badotube.omlsource%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.adotube.com%2Fphp%2Fservices%2Fplayer%2FOMLService.php%3Favpid%3D8r2EXLA] On Grind Music Radio last week, Black Milk, Sean C, Riggs Morales, Peter Rosenberg, and Jerry Barrow critiqued VIBE‘s greatest producer of all time bracket. As Jerry indicated, the list was created to spark conversation (which it has). Despite some snubs, the selections overall are on point. But then again, some people are never satisfied.
Apparently this was left on the cutting floor during T.I.’s Paper Trail run. Sounds like the producer flipped Tom Tom Club’s “Genius Of Love” à la Mariah Carey. Splash
LL Cool J mosied on down to the Country Music Awards last night in Las Vegas and at the 4:20 mark, introduced Taylor Swift for her performance of “Change”. But the CMA’s wasn’t LL’s only stop. Prior to the awards he performed “Loungin” at the MGM Grand’s pool party.
Cypress Hill sold out S.O.B.’s last Thursday as part of Hot 97’s Who’s Next Showcase. And in case you forgot, the group’s new album Rise Up drops tomorrow. Above is their performance of “How I Could Just Kill A Man”. More footage down bottom.
Shyne keeps callin’ me, but I don’t wanna pick up. I hate it. Hate that he keeps callin’. Hate what I would have to say him. Hate the way he sounds. Hate what people are saying about the way he sounds. Really hate what people are saying about him. Ask around. Find out, he wants to sound like that. Doesn’t ever want to be viewed as a Big soundalike again. Never again. Won’t accept criticism. Constructive or not. But then, […]
These days, it seems as if there’s more teasers, trailers, and snippets than final product. Ah well, if you can’t beat em, join ’em. Here a sneak peak of LB’s new video “Curtain Call” off Leftback.
Tricky Stewart and The-Dream extend their services to Jamie on the title track for his new album. This might not be the final version, but grab a hand earful for now. HHNM