Ay! Santana recently spoke with XXL revealing more details on Dipset’s upcoming film tentatively titled, Diplomatic Immunity, which will coincide with their next album. Juelz says it will not be in documentary form, but an actual scripted flick. “It’s gonna be a movie like the way they did Notorious. But we’re just gonna be playin’ ourselves. That might be the first [movie] where we get to play ourselves instead of havin’ people. We’ll do it when we’re younger, but as it gets to us […]
Khaled, Jizzle and Luda are all about the Benjamins and with Lex Luger on the beat, the trio flaunts their wealth. Don’t be cheap and spend your dough on We The Best Forever next Tuesday. nav
[vodpod id=Video.13106641&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] While backstage at ESPN’s 1st & 10, Mr. Carter breaks down all the sports reference on his latest mixtape, Sorry 4 The Wait. After the jump, Skip Bayless speaks with him again. rd
[vodpod id=Video.13107852&w=425&h=350&fv=launch%3D43767059%26amp%3Bwidth%3D420%26amp%3Bheight%3D245] 18,000 fans showed up to see Chris Brown this morning for NBC’s TODAY Show Concert Series. A record, according to host Al Roker. Below he performs his hits, “I Can Transfom Ya”, “Yeah 3x”, and “She Ain’t You”.
Last night, Pharrell celebrated the launch of his Qream liqueur in Beverly Hills. After P introduced Robin to the stage, Mr. Thicke performed a few ballads including his take over Weezy’s hit. It didn’t end there. Alan Thicke’s baby boy covered Al Green as well.
To commemorate the late Guru’s 50th born day this Sunday (July 17), Big Shug and Premo recorded this track in honor of their fallen comrade. Gone, but not forgotten. R.I.P. Keith Elam.
With Mr. Boomtown in the director’s seat, Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka have already shot their next video for one of the tracks off their album. Ferrari Boyz arriving August 9.