More footage from Bobby Ray’s gig from Saturday night and here he performs a new track off his upcoming mixtape, May 25th. Props: Jennifer Brix
What a wild and crazy game. An exciting contest that was at times as sloppy as Oscar Madison’s bedroom, it was a gang of fumbles and a key interception by Brett Favre which cost the Vikings in the end. In a postseason where kickers kept choking, N.O.’s Garret Hartley knocked a 40-yard field goal in OT. The final score: Saints 31. Vikes 28. The Superbowl in Miami will feature the two truly best teams in each conference. Indy vs. Nawlins. […]
Hey it’s Championship Game Sunday so it’s only right both games get their own posts. Sadly for us Empire Staters, that after a great start, The Jets succumbed to the simply better Indianapolis Colts. Peyton Manning’s crew 30. Joe Willie Namath’s old sqaud 17. No upset here.
You’ve seen the pictures, now here are the performances from Justin’s b-day bash yesterday night at M2 Lounge in NYC. After the concert, Justin donates his $10,000 birthday money to Wyclef’s Yele Haiti charity. Good move, young man. Mike Feeney
In issue #10 of DJ Kay Slay’s Straight Stuntin, The Drama King published an obituary of Mr. Magic. But instead of highlighting an image of the fallen radio pioneer, the mag mistakenly pictured the former No Limit solider, Magic. Damn!
Apparently there was another Sprite Step Off show last night. This one was in Charlotte and Bobby Ray was on the bill. Check out “On Top Of The World” above and after the jump, B. Rich sent a clip of his artist jumpin’ in the crowd lookin’ for some haters. Jennifer Brix
The hometown boy returned to Chicago (yup, Mr. Bridges wasn’t born in the A) as the headliner of a Regal Theater show sponsored by Sprite Step Off. Here ‘Cris runs through three cuts from the extensive catalogue: the ‘bow-throwin’ “Southern Hospitality”, the new single “How Low”, and the always crowd-pleasing “Move Bitch”. Luda! Go Nowhere