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In the new issue of XXL, Hov tells scribe Bonsu Thompson, that he, Nas, and Eminem are in a class all by themselves. …Speaking of Jim Jones, he and cats like The Game stay throwing shots at you, referring to you as old and washed-up. But you’ve always thrived off that type of competition. So, currently in the most comfortable position of your career, how competitive are you? Not really that competitive, because the competition isn’t based on real competition. […]
Here’s BET’s new concert series featuring, Wale. Shouts to Debra Lee’s staff for providing a platform—literally. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.3335275&w=425&h=350&fv=] more about "BET’s Rising Icon: Wale", posted with vodpod
Analyzing MTV’s Hottest MC’s list with This50, Maino gets peeved when his name isn’t mentioned in the top ten. Surely, everyone wants to be recognized, but like that Monica song suggests: don’t take it personal. As I see it, Maino had one of the best albums this year. Listen to that. Props: YK2
Last night at the Canal Room in NYC, Drake went out on a limb and said Trey Songz was the greatest R&B singer of the generation. Bold statement there, Aubrey. Unfortunately, I’d have to disagree. I think that honor goes to Robert S. Kelly. Say what you want about the Pied Piper, (Lord knows, I have) but Kellz has been running Generation Y for a minute. Sigh. Insolence is bliss. Props: Miss Info Moment of Clarity: Yuuup, I was wrong. […]
Man, I wish there was footage of this. Take yourself to London, September 2006. With Coldplay’s Chris Martin on keys, Hov and Nasir perform, “Dead Presidents” and “The World Is Yours” at the Royal Albert Hall. So mean and vicious.
Willie rounds up the reservoir dogs, for his latest visual. This beat knocks—and so does shorty’s assets in the video. The Fly Mixtape drops 09/09/09, you bastards!