Radric is startin’ to develop quite the reputation as an R&B savior. You take the wackest song, he makes it better. Well he couldn’t save this one. Omarion is the wack juice poster child. This dummy (no Mechanical) went from Young Money to StarWorld? And you wanna call your album, Ollusion? This just might be your final post on my Radar. Holla at Lil Mama. Props: Mr. X
Thanks to the magic of TV, here’s what you won’t see on October 13th. Above is the first take of The Murderers’ set. Unfortunately, their audio goes kaput and Ja flubs his lyrics on “Always On Time.” Realizing the debacle on their hands, they would have to later reprise the performance. Only if life was that easy. Previously: Ja Rule & Ashanti Reunion
After weeks of anticipation, Hov finally appeared on Oprah’s daily gig. Much of the interview piggybacked off the feature found in O magazine. Nonetheless, cameras followed the pair from Hov’s old stomping grounds to his Midtown office. Check it out after the jump.
Look how geeked this guy is. Def Jam super employee Shawn Pecas celebrated his born day last night and many rap luminaries were invited. I don’t consider DJ Webstar one of ‘em. Yeah we’ll sign your autograph lil’ autotune boy.
Angie Mar on the right. Alright! Team MC’s main connect Roger Friedman, reports that Mrs. Cannon gives it all up to the Gloved One on the new CD droppin’ next Tuesday. Also let’s not forget the fancy magazine packaging deal in the liner notes. “Angel” is a little different than most releases. This is the first time I can remember a major magazine — Elle, in this case — sponsoring the liner notes. “Angel” comes with a mini magazine tucked […]
Here it is. The gang’s all here. That Luda “Stay Together” joint musta worked. Ha! Props: JD Anderson Previously: It’s Official: DMX & Ja Rule Squash Beef
Recently, Dana sat with Renada Romain on Hip-Hop Nation and spoke on her ambiguous sexuality. Shyne ain’t the only that like girls, that like girls. OK?