Well, isn’t this somethin’. The Hot Boy actually recorded a song with the Material Girl. Amazing. This is off her two disc Greatest Hits album dropping on the 29th. Salute: HHNM
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[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3433240&w=425&h=350&fv=] Whoa, slow down. Here’s footage of Boosie Boo earning a living in Columbus, GA. We all know Georgia Power won’t give a nigga lights free.
This looks and feels right. The homie Maurice Garland kicked it with Cee-Lo and his reunited buddies to hype up the big show which goes down this Saturday. Here’s a pull quote for that ass: “Cee-Lo has always been the leader,” Gipp acknowledges. “But this time it will be more recognized that he is the leader because of the things that he’s done. We were the big brothers at first because he was the youngest. When we didn’t know [it], […]
Celebrating the release of the DVD The Shooter Series Vol. 1 Brett Ratner, the director reveals to Complex, that the Clan’s “Triumph” video cost 1 million dollars. That’s a lot of Wu-Wear jackets. It was the first million dollar rap video. When Steve Rifkind asked me, I said, ‘Are you sure about this record? There’s no chorus!’ He says “Trust me, its gonna be the biggest record of the year. Only Wu-Tang could pull this off.’ So, I set up […]
Listening to my Hot 9-7 and Envy just let a lil’ something go. Dexter and William? An odd pairing, but I think it works. Sounds like G.O.O.D. music to me. Whatchu think? Update: Now with CDQ Props:Splash Sidebar: Why is the Officer and his pals dissin’ Pretty Boy Floyd? And why doesn’t anyone give a fuck?
Looks more like a weed carrier to me, but here are flicks of the Mechanical Dummy fulfilling his community service in Virgina. According to the NY Daily News, Breezy’s also mandated to clean graffiti. Ironically, that’s also the title of his upcoming album. Ah, that’s funny on so many levels. More photographs are the cut. Saw It: Miss Info Sidebar: Swizz Beatz Says Brown’s Got Something To Prove