[vodpod id=Groupvideo.4389874&w=425&h=350&fv=] You heard Bernie! Here’s the shape of things to come from KING magazine’s relaunch issue. Girls, girls e’rey day! Follow EIC: Sean Malcolm
The day the earth stood still was on June 5, 2009. Before the stroke of midnight, millions were tuned in to hear Mr. Cee and Funkmaster Flex premiere Jay-Z’s “D.O.A.” on NY’s Hot 97. From Portland, Oregon to Portland, Maine, fans rejoiced after hearing Hov’s deathblow on top of NO I.D.’s schizophrenic track. Sssh, moment of silence. Before: RR’s ’09 Best Singles: #3 Jamie Foxx “Blame It”
Although Rick Ross managed to produce one of last year’s better albums, not much positive could be said for his Triple C’s crew’s debut. Take the creatively bankrupt “Throw It In The Sky” or the aftermarket dud “Finer Things” as prime examples. Later “Chick’n Talk’n” falls on deaf ears while guest Game fails to bring an edge to “Gangster Shit”. Ultimately though, the real problem is internal. Although there’s some sonically impressive production throughout, The Cartel fail miserably on making […]
Although Rick Ross managed to produce one of last year
It’s only five days into the New Year and Cons is already plotting his takeover. Along with Diddy (tearing up money at 4:18), Sean C. & LV, he adds final touches to the “Whatever U Want” (Remix) featuring the L.O.X. Already sounds G.O.O.D. to me.
It’s only five days into the New Year and Cons is already plotting his takeover. Along with
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.913194&w=425&h=350&fv=] Antwan brought in the new year with full feature, but here’s a look at how it all transpired. You can find him in the A! Heads up: UHTN