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New Video: DJ Paul “Fuck Boy”/”I’m Drunk (Remix)”

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“I’ma tell you what you is boy.”

How’d I miss this one???!! Fuckin’ love the title. You know I love the title! Ah, it’s a wrap at 1:45. Ugh. I don’t need no Lil Wyte in my life. I got Bud Light. And I’m drinkin’ responsibly. Wink wink. Oh now this fuckin’ guitar part is strange as shit. Ha! And he threw the Thriller laugh at the end. Smh.

Still: I need more “Fuck Boy”! A Thousand Pauses.

Sidebar: Have refused to download any of this new Three 6 Mafia stuff, is it any good? They ain’t been the same since they copped the Oscar and I’m still tight about that terrible reality show. Where’s the fake Rosenberg? Ha!

Mariah Carey “Obsessed” (Live On America’s Got Talent)


“I don’t care what nobody says, that song is about me.”

The fight is fixed. Nick Cannon’s wife performs Em’s favorite song on his TV show. Let’s see: Six big Black back-up dancers lifting her up and down. Occasional use of signature high squeal. A lil’ subliminal jab by Mr. Drumline at the end. Did he call her his soulmate? Did she grab his ass? New improved Sonny & Cher?

Miss Gucci Mane tho, mang.

New Music: Black Rob “Infinite”

Here’s some new material from the games most underrated. Is it just me, or does it seem as if BR resurfaced outta nowhere. No big announcement. No welcome home party. No Making His Band appearance. Nada. Guess you don’t need the exposure when you’re a star in the hood.

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Previously: Black Rob “Big Guns”

Kid Cudi Loses His Cool


“I don’t like looking directly at the camera.”

Five months ago at the SXSW music festival, Cudi vents after explaining his reasons for wanting to retire once he drops his debut album. Now, scram camera man!


Lil Wayne’s America’s Most Wanted Tour Adds 10 More Show Dates

It’s a loss but still and all—no Drizzy don’t stop no show. Weezy and company will now be hittin’ the road til after Labor Day. Here’s the updated sked below. After the jump, the additional dates. Don’t lame out this summer.

» 8/6 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center
» 8/7 – Bristow, VA @ Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
» 8/8 – Raleigh, NC @ Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion
» 8/9 – Atlanta, GA @ Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
» 8/12 – Phoenix, AZ @ Cricket Wireless Pavilion
» 8/13 – Universal City, CA @ Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk
» 8/14 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
» 8/15 – Concord, CA @ Sleep Train Pavilion at Concord
» 8/17 – Vancouver, BC @ General Motors Place
» 8/18 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
» 8/20 – Englewood, CO @ Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
» 8/21 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
» 8/22 – The Woodlands, TX @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
» 8/23 – Dallas, TX @ Center

Steve Stoute On Makin’ Money Outside The Music Industry

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“You can take something and you can sell all the things around it.”

At a Planet Hip-Hop Wall Street Journal panel, Nas’ former manager and one of Jay-Z’s current biz partners, Steve “The Commissioner” Stoute recalls how signin’ the Fresh Prince and the ridiculous success of Men In Black showed him the unlimited potential to make scrilla outside the record business. Ray-Ban got fat while everybody starved. Ha!

Props: Real Talk NY