“Get my posse!” While we patiently wait for video of Tyson layin’ out a pap at LAX, here’s some 80’s footage of Mike along with Eric B., Mr. Magic, LL, Whodini and Flavor Flav backstage at a Run-DMC/Beastie Boys show. How real is this? Spotted: Up North Trips UPDATE: In a cop car. SMH.
Guess what? I heard the album and Antonio showed me the video. Spoiler alert: Dude at the table pops himself in the head at the end. Full video airs Friday night on 20/20. Chris Brown debuts “Crawl” the same day on Wendy Williams. No coincidence.
Billboard provided a preview of what’s coming at the end of the week. No shots fired at Hov in the following 30 seconds. “I’ll give you something to talk about / come around me fronting, I’ll air you out / I go off,” 50 harmonizes at the beginning of the song atop a drum-heavy, winded production. “I don’t shoot sh*t off, dog, I gun it down / walk up on n*ggas and run them down / pull a stock out […]
More dopeness from the recent London reunion show as PR and CL pay homage to the Kings of Rock. I caught a chill on this one. Wow. Previously: Pete Rock & CL Smooth “T.R.O.Y.” (London) UPDATE: Two days later in Paris, they did it again. Here’s a full look.
*YN frantically calls travel agent* Calvin
We’re still celebratin’ the King. This is the best tune off his finest posthumous release that I’ve heard thus far. Stevie Wonder wrote the following and how it didn’t end up being on an MJ album before is beyond me. If you don’t like this one, get the fuck off my site and don’t you ever come back. Ha!
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3898310&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D455100%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A455100] “No one’s heard this! Actually, Marshall [Mathers, a.k.a. Eminem] heard it, and he loved it — but no one else has.” Blink-182’s drummer boy says working on this song was his most challenging yet. But he enjoys the record so much, he added his own beat to it. MTV UPDATE: True master.