For all my fellow alcoholics, Fab gave away the recipe to his concoction, “Loso”. This summer at his XXL cover party, the cocktail was on the house. And I’ve gotta admit, it was as good as Puff’s “O.G. Diddy” and R. Kelly’s “Sex In The Kitchen”. It’s Friday people, so drink up. First round’s on me YN.
Last night, Quincy Jones’ baby boy held a private screening for his documentary, The Carter in NYC. The event was hosted by Shade 45’s Angela Yee and film critic Ben Lyons. As Matt Dihel said in his review, the movie captures Wayne’s recording process and everyday life surrounding the release of Tha Carter 3. After the viewing, QD3 spoke on the picture and fielded questions from the audience. The Carter drops November 17th.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3908932&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dinstance%253Dnews%2526vid%253D455696] Mr. Tell Em, tells MTV that he’s constructed three beats for Mr. West. Fruity Loops sure goes a long way. “Me as a producer, I think I’ve grown tremendously. I’ve been in the studio with Kanye. I did three tracks for him back-to-back. He had an ear for my sound. Of course I had an ear for all the stuff he did. Genius! You know what I mean?” And oh, the fun doesn’t stop there. He’s working with […]
Last night, Roxanne Shante chopped it up with the loudest mouth on late night television. Unfortunately, she didn’t discuss lying about earning a PhD. Instead, she talked about her outreach program for girls called, SAHO. Afterward, Mo’Nique busts a shitty rap.
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“You don’t want the shooter, I’ll take him”. Philly’s Power 99 brought ‘em together, so of course they broke song first. Sigel doesn’t fire any Hov shots, but the guy on hookman duty talks his shit at the end. CDQ coming soon. Props: Omen UPDATE: Info got Dirty CDQ.