Super Bowl weekend continues on. Friday night, the Carolina Panthers QB introduced the headliner, Drizzy for ESPN’s NEXT event. Drinks for everybody? “What’s My Name” after the jump.
John Legend appeared on ESPN’s First Take yesterday and remixed his hit “Ordinary People” into “Extra-Ordinary Tebow”. John’s right, time to let it go Skip. Ha!
Before the Heat’s lost to the Nuggets 117-104 last night, ESPN analyst Heather Cox quoted lyrics from Rick Ross’ “Fuck Em” while discussing Bron Bron’s warm up routine. Tebow! 57
The champ is here. More specifically, it’s Nelly with the visual to accompany his track composed in support of ESPN’s Bowl week.
Joey cleaned up nice this morning on ESPN’s popular morning sports show. After speaking on the Denver Broncos’ sensation Tim Tebow, he plugged the Slaughterhouse album which should be arriving next April. In the meantime, be sure to catch Mouse and the crew next Tuesday at the Highline Ballroom. Buy tickets here.
“You better call your crew you’re going to need help!” While commentating the Missouri vs. Villanova game, ESPN analyst/Young Jeezy stan Jay Bilas , quoted the “urban philosopher”‘s line from “Bottom Of The Map“. He then continued on Twitter. TM 103 December 20th. Got the weight of the world on my shoulders. And I swear it feels like ten thousand boulders. I gotta go to work. Lately, I been off and out of sight, seldom out of mind. Get your business right, […]
[vodpod id=Video.15578279&w=540&h=350&fv=] God, this is the saddest shit ever. Last night, ESPN aired their latest documentary which featured professional wrestler, Scott Hall. During the 90s, Hall rose to prominence as “Razor Ramon”. But