Filmed by Aristotle, The-Dream goes black and white in the first visual off his terrific 1977. Hey that kinda looks like you know who. Breaking up is hard to do, son.
[vodpod id=Video.15437075&w=425&h=350&fv=allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26bgcolor%3D%23000000%26] Straight off the iPhone: Here’s an up close and personal look at the scuffle that went down at the Palms. Fab is off camera but you can clearly see Ray J in all his red hoodie glory and 50 Cent. Oy vey. Make this story go away. Ha! Tmz
[vodpod id=Video.15437170&w=425&h=350&fv=] Here’s a gangsta visual from Mobb Deep’s Prodigy and his artist Ox. Big man got bars! Directed by Shatek The Producer.
During Fif’s phone conversation with Flex tonight on Hot 97, he discussed speaking at the U.N. and responded to Game’s tweet. At the 7:30 mark, he shared his side of the Ray J and Fab altercation in Vegas two nights ago. To sum it up: Curtis says he broke up the confrontation. Brandy’s bro swung, but never connected. Guess there’s three sides to every story.
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The N.W.A. film has been in talks for quite sometime. Recently, director John Singleton told The Playlist he’s in talks with reuniting with Ice Cube to direct the flick and that New Line is interested. “I can’t talk too prematurely about the stuff I’m doing because nothing’s come to fruition yet, but Cube and I are talking about doing the N.W.A. story… The script is really, really good, and so we’re just figuring it out. New Line really wants to make it.” tlf
You don’t have to go too far for the release of Sir Michael Rocks’ latest project, Premier Politics. But before he drops it in full on September 30, Mikey Rocks sets the mood with a slow groove. os