In the final clip from Snoop’s Malice in Wonderland, Tha Doggfather watches Bruce Lee kick some ass in one of his flicks. Chuck Norris, eat cha heart out. Ha!
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[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3910052&w=425&h=350&fv=] Five years ago today, ODB took his final breath on earth. In final XXL vignette, Dante speaks on how Dirty’s Return To The 36 Chambers album cover came to fruition. As Dante mentioned, the idea of placing a document on an album cover was fostered by Eruo band UB40 on their debut LP, Signing Off.
This morning, Chris Brown and Wendy Williams ended their quarrel with the premiere of his new video, “Crawl”. Afterwards, they discuss his road to redemption.
Before becoming the third hottest MC in the game, Drake was an unknown rapper from Toronto Memphis. Looking for his big break, in 2007 he called Angela Yee‘s “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” segment on Shade 45. In hindsight, the audio is funny as it is surreal. Listen as callers critique his music and compare him to Bow Wow. Everybody has a deal—he made it without one. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3909488&w=425&h=350&fv=] Nearly 24 hours after explaining his case to Miss Info (not to mention getting locked up) La Flare’s camp released his new video, “My Own Worst Enemy”. Can’t we all just, get along? WSHH
Cameras pursue Ms. Fenty’s every move while shooting flicks for her album’s artwork. Yep, she’s a good girl still gone bad. Spotted: Rap-Up