Today is Allen Iverson’s 36th birthday. And what better way to celebrate than on SLAM‘s 150th issue. Once again, A.I. is shown with the afro and a vintage Philadelphia 76 Sixers uniform. Below is an excerpt, but the entire feature is available to peruse here. On newsstands now. SLAM: Even if it impacted you negatively, you never conformed. AI: And a lot of that’s a bittersweet feeling. A lot of those things make me feel good, but I think I […]
Imagine paying to watch a music video. Well kids, before YouTube, there was The Box. MTV rarely broadcasted hip-hop and VH1 was stuck on Meatloaf, so The Box charged up to $3.99 per clip. You’d have to order the video via your remote control. Back then, that was some extraordinary shit. Wu-Tang Clan were staples on the channel and often had their videos played. Here’s an interview they did on the network explaining their origins and Do-It-Yourself motif. Funny how […]
[vodpod id=Video.10409966&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] After taking the stage with Breezy at Summer Jam, Sean tells XXL backstage that he plans to release a new mixtape. No title or date yet, but it will feature leftover tracks possibly including a Nas collabo. Finally Famous drops in 21 days.
It’s a G-Unit reunion and during Lloyd Banks‘ set at Summer Jam this past Sunday, Banko brought out Prodigy and Havoc for a recital of “Shook Ones Pt. 2″ and “Quiet Storm”. At least P’s back on the Summer Jam screen for a good reason.
From the nose bleed seats at the Air Canada Centre, Jermaine performed a new track while opening up Ri Ri’s Loud tour. At the 1:50 mark he also flips Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up”. This song definitely could use some revamping. UPDATE HD via HG
[vodpod id=Video.10461841&w=425&h=350&fv=] Cee-Lo returned to the Tonight Show With Jay Leno yesterday to promote his new talent show, The Voice. Following his interview he also gave a musical performance.