You knew Bernard was gonna get his tweet on too. Props: Twit Hop Previously: On The Set: Slaughterhouse “Microphone”
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3748510&w=425&h=350&fv=width%3D640%26height%3D360%26file%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwbads.vo.llnwd.net%2Fo25%2Fu%2Ftelepixtv%2Fellen%2Fus%2Fvideo%2F2009-10%2F26%2F102609_jaysean_video.flv%26skin%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.radioplanet.tv%2Fwp-content%2Fmediaplayer-viral%2Fmodieus%2Fmodieus.swf%26image%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.radioplanet.tv%2Fwp-content%2Fmediaplayer-viral%2F640.jpg] On Monday, Birdman’s British pop star performed his #1 hit on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Full of energy, Sean even takes it into the crowd to serenade the snowflakes. Still and all, if you watch the end of the clip, Ellen did not seem too impressed. That’s because she’s Blueprint 3’s biggest fan. Belie dat. Props: RadioPlanetTV
“Sometimes I hear myself and I’m like damn/ That’s what happens when I’m in front of a mic stand/ My flow is as hard as my right hand/ You beatin’ me up is like a Muslim sayin’ he likes ham.” After the crime wave and the hangover this past weekend, Joell jacks Hov’s track and gives it a run. Does this guy have a mixtape coming or something? Weezy, who? Props: NR Update: Guess he’s definitely got an album on the […]
The Zig Zag Zig Allah a.k.a. Book Promo King got his daytime TV on yesterday with talk show host Bonnie Hunt. He discusses growing up in the projects and how his connection with his mother finally made him change his life. He also plugs in some promo for his last flick, Funny People which he so happens to give each and every audience member a copy of. Free beats to free DVDs. Props: Yardie Bonus: NPR ain’t nothin’ ta fuck wit!
“Where my muthafuckin’ nigga at?” The TeamJadaTV flipcam made its normal rounds following Jada when Powerhouse ’09 went down. Thankfully, they didn’t wait months to upload the footage. Captured here are numerous parts of his set backed by the L.O.X. as well as the hometown hero, Beanie Sigel. The Eagles’ latest addition Mike Vick was also in the building to show love. Reservoir Dogs, anyone?
Malice and Pusha T were in their hometown of VA working on their next visual. We are still pretty anxious to see what they are cookin’ up next. The Casket drops Dec. 8th. Props: KarenCivil Update: It’s a wrap.
Fredro and Sticky redeem themselves here after their mediocre performance at Hip Hop Honors. The real Black Rock slowly regains its pulse. Looks like Dame lit a fire under these guys. Where’s Sonsee?