This for the ladies and the single dudes who need some assistance. I got the soundtrack but y’all gonna have to cop your own bottle of bubbly. Strap up, son.
This is a dope concept. Ice Cube recently hooked up with RareInk for a memorabilia venture that turns his likeness and inspired content into art pieces. On the some of the prints Cube uses his hand print as a signature. Each print is limited with 10% of all proceeds goin’ to the Minority AIDS charity. Check out more videos on Rare Ink’s YouTube channel.
We stack cheddar. It’s etc., etc. Ty Kidd heads up: ashtray Previously: Can’t Complain
Mr. Carter is living larger than life in the latest edition of XXL. Shaheem Reid spoke with Weezy in the new issue about how he chose tracks for his upcoming album Tha Carter 4 and his recording process. Mag hits newsstands on July 12th. “What is good about me is that I’m an interesting muthafucka. I’m Dwayne Michael Carter period! Whether I’m a rapper or not, I’m interesting. And that’s what my album’s gonna be about: me and how interesting […]
All it took was another two months for Lupe’s single to move another milli. According to LupEND, Lu’s lead single, “The Show Goes On” has reached double platinum status—2,062,844 copies to be exact. It’s also his biggest record to date. Lasers in stores now.
The track arrived yesterday and the video has already begun production. Jay and K.Dot invite us to their backyard for the recent shoot. Follow Me Home on July 26. Sidebar: K.Dot Is “HiiiPower” In Toronto
Following yesterday’s arrest, Jimmy Henchmen plead not guilty during his hearing at Brooklyn Federal Court. He was considered a flight risk and denied bail. According to various reports, Henchmen was apprehended with five BlackBerries, an iPad, two false driver’s licenses and a fake passport. Henchman is accused of being a conspirator in a cocaine distribution network. He’s currently being held at Metropolitan Department Correctional (MDC) Facility in Brooklyn, coincidentally, the same jail housing Dexter Issac who accused Henchmen of orchestrating […]