[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3605633&w=425&h=350&fv=] Here’s some vintage bars from Po. Miss Info discovered this recent interview with Shyne’s uncle, but the gist is that not much has changed since the other day. He’s being held by immigration and whether he gets deported to Belize hasn’t been determined yet. Let’s continue to keep him in our thoughts and prayers.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3605081&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dtype%253Dnetwork%2526id%253D444185%2526vid%253D444185%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideolist%253Avh1.com%253A1623452] No bootlegs here, buddy. Check out this sneak peak of Marshall Mathers tearing through a James Todd Smith classic. I know what you’re thinking and I agree. Looks like a top 10 Hottest MC to me. Ha! VH1, son!
Here’s some footage from Hennessy themselves of last night’s Com and friends festivities. They sure believe in short clips, huh? Anywho, Kamaal came through and dropped a gem from the first Tribe album. Guess this one still gets the ladies excited. And they just can’t hide it.
Here’s a behind the scenes look at the making of the Brothers theme song as Snoop assists Michael Strahan and Daryl “Chill” Mitchell with their microphone techniques. Tha Dogg is a guest on the Fox show’s Friday night episode at 8 EST. Also check the end of the clip where Calvin says after “Gangsta Luv,” his next single is called “I Wanna Rock Right Now.” Um, Rob Base, anyone?
No kufi smacks, but if the Pastor hopes to do business with Da Capo, Mr. Jones tells Angie Martinez that a face-to-face meeting is required. Until then, don’t expect no MP3’s in your in-box, Betha. Bonus: The new visual from The Rooftop album. I’m sure you know: All the wife’s red bottoms are official tissue. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.3604502&w=425&h=350&fv=v%3DnUDCEBsi2FL2vUd2%26ccolor%3D]
Funkmaster Flex pays his respects to his forefather in the radio game.
Speeech: “MTV, Thanx for this nod of appreciation. Although I don’t strive to be ‘hot’ for any particular year, I thank you for the acknowledgment. My whole goal is to be recognized as the best ever. I created the term ‘best rapper alive’ as a sign of respect to my fallen comrades (Biggie and Tupac). I believe I’ve allowed a significant grace period, and I believe I would not be respecting myself if being the absolute best was not my […]