Before Lil Wayne’s new album reached platinum, Allindstrom and The Source, gathered Combat Jack, Angela Yee, Jeff Sledge, Big D, and our own B.Dot for their views on its music, sales, rumors as well comparing it to The Throne’s LP.
[vodpod id=Video.14963573&w=540&h=350&fv=] Hours before the premiere of The Throne’s “Otis” video, yours truly, itsthereal, Charlamange Tha God, and Chuck Creekmur weighed in on the flick with MTV. As I said before, this is the most expensive low budget video off all time. Of all time! Brian “B.Dot” Miller from hip-hop blog Rap Radar likened “Otis” to Jay-Z’s 1998 video for “Money Ain’t a Thing,” in which he and Jermaine Dupri raced expensive whips for cash. “I liked it. I think […]
[vodpod id=Video.5964177&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Sumit of HHC caught up with Rap Radar’s top dogs YN and B.Dot at SXSW in Austin, Texas. They speak on the highlights of running the site over the past two years, B.Dot’s transition from print to the Internet, why YN didn’t get the Sirius Radio gig and more.
She likes it, hey Miley! While en route to Chicago, Miley Cyrus showed her grill next to my Source cover story. Yes, this is a shameless plug, but who the fuck cares. Be sure to cop the new issue on newsstands now.
Rhymefest lost his bid for alderman of Chicago’s 20th Ward Tuesday night to incumbent Willie Cochran. The Chicago Tribune reports the rapper pulled an impressive 45.4 percent of the votes, but it wasn’t enough for Cochran’s 54.6. Last October, Che announced he was running for the seat and in February he successfully forced a run-off election. Sidebar: B.Dot Speaks On Rhymefest With CNN
[vodpod id=Video.5444364&w=425&h=350&fv=p%3D5296%26c%3D449330%26s%3D1155466%26tbid%3D5510%26allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26] Women say a good man is hard to find, I say they’re lying. So yours truly, Vado, Terrance J, and a few others went on a speed date with Power 105.1′s Angela Yee. Sorry mom, but my date didn’t go over too well. Ha!
Drake and Trey Songz aren’t the only ones riding out with Kodak. As part of RESPECT. and So Kodak’s ad campaign, yours truly along with Angela Yee, John Gotty, and Nigel D gave testimonies on our daily grind. Cameras followed me through the Rap Radar Mansion and to Headquarters barbershop in Queens. Get the picture? UPDATE: Now with flash photography.