We had a whole lot of superstars on this stage here tonight. But this is… Papoose's house? We're all still reeling that the 20th anniversary of Hip-Hop's Super Bowl featured the Nacirema Dream as a headliner. Damn you Kendrick Lamar and your generous ways. Yeah it's hip-hop to bum rush the show but c'mon Pap you know you didn't deserve that look. And you gave even less fucks by performing a new song. C'mon fam. You've paid a lot of dues through the years but this was the big dawg time in the program. Don't disrespect the game in your pursuit for fame. Oh well, Brooklyn took it.
You Played Yourself
Speaking of BK, Fab had a master plan of bringing Lil Kim and Foxy Brown back together again. But when it was time to make history, Fox Boogie was nowhere to be found. Where was you at? Wack.
Welcome to the party life. Last night, Jay-Z hosted the 40/40 Club’s 10 year anniversary party. Some of the guests included Beyonce, Robert Kraft (above), Bill Thompson, Geno Smith, T.I., Robinson Cano, Amare Stoudemire, Memphis Bleek, Meek Mill, Fabolous, Trae Tha Truth, Busta Rhymes, Victor Cruz and yours truly.
The Carters stuck around until 2:45 am and danced the night away to Elvis Crespo’s “Suavemente”. If you couldn’t get passed the velvet rope, here’s a gallery of pics from the night.
Sunday, June 16 2013 9:35 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, True Story
How’s this for Independence? Jay-Z is set to release his 12th solo album, Magna Carta Holy Grail on July 4th exclusively through Samsung.
The album will be available for the first million users on Samsung Galaxy III, Galaxy S 4, and Galaxy Note II devices. The download app for the project will be ready on June 24th via magnacartaholygrail.
Wednesday, May 22 2013 4:35 PM EST | Posted by: B.Dot | Posted in: Blog, Clutch
Hovi Magurie does it again. Today, it was announced that New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith has signed with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports firm. When asked about joining the agency, Geno told the press:
“I think it’s just his agency. When you talk about being in New York from a standpoint of what they can do in the city, the connections that they have, I think it’s a good move. My mother and my family is comfortable with it, I’m comfortable with it. I’m just going to move on from there, not let it be a big deal, remain humble and keep focusing on football.”