Last October, T-Pain put his Big Ass Chain to rest. But now, he’s found a new way to squander his wealth. Feast your eyes on his latest purchase. It’s supposed to be a diamond encrusted Nuvo bottle, but from here, it looks more like a bedazzled dildo. yk2
[vodpod id=Video.3934567&w=425&h=350&fv=mediaKey%3Dc623dda7-b309-4b04-a67b-6b965ea8130e%26image%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwbads.vo.llnwd.net%2Fo25%2Fu%2Ftelepixtv%2Fextratv%2Fus%2Fvideo%2F2010-06%2F29%2F062910_drake_still.jpg%26origin%3Dembed] Extra caught up with October’s Very Own today on his Virgin America flight to Toronto. At around the :20 mark, he reveals that one of his studio hopping sessions was with Chris Breezy. Oh boy, fireworks. Ha! On a more serious note, best wishes to Drake’s moms who’s set to undergo a surgical procedure. Stay strong. heads up: rap up
HardKnock TV brings forth additional footage from Lauryn’s performance at the Harmony Festival 2010 in Santa Rosa, CA a few weeks ago. Here Ms. Hill performs the Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill cut over Drizzy and Timbo’s “Say Something”. Sidebar: The Many Voices Of Lauryn Hill
Memphis Bleek and DJ Scream’s new street mixtape, The Return has arrived. Ironically though, Malik never really went away. Ah well, new material never hurts. Download it here. Tracklist down bottom.
Change is good. Last May, EA Sports renamed their NBA Live video game series to NBA Elite. And to top it off, they employed 9th Wonder to score the entire game. That explains why he DJ’d the launch party last week. Above, 9th speaks on his latest production endeavor.
Listen. Sean P adds some visuals for his recent cuts and delivers them both on the same day. Better duck down.
Last month, Gatorade commissioned David Banner for their new Evolve campaign. He secured singer Kermit Quinn and wrote, produced, and arranged the jingle. But PepsiCo isn’t the only Fortune 500 company working with the rapper. Motorola has also tapped Banner for their upcoming push. In the clip above, the Mississippi native discusses his corporate appeal.