[vodpod id=Video.15949539&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] After showcasing his newly launched clothing line TRUKFIT at Zumies the previous night, Tunechi jetted across the country and gave up the goods in the Big Apple. Info provides a recap of the evening.
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Tunechi will soon be adding author to his resume. AP reports he has signed with Grand Central Publishing to release Gone Til November, which will feature diary entries from his stint at Rikers Island. The pub is set for a November 28 release. Back in November of 2010, Dwayne Carter was released after serving 8 months for his gun charge. During that time, he interacted with fans through a series of letters and journals through his site. hhdx
This street anthem set the year off right. Make no mistake, Khaled’s protege had a certified smash on his own. Lex Luger’s sinister track was knocking and Ace’s hook was deadly killer but then Rozay and Wayne hopped on and this joint went national. Weezy’s verse here is his best since life after prison. With a lil help from his friends, Hood proved all the doubters wrong. The third time is still the charm. We The Best be that logo.
Last night, Tunechi hit the 2012 Zumies 100K event in Keystone, CO and introduced his skateboard clothing line TRUKFIT. Above is footage of his speech. Photos from the event after the jump.
Oh sweet irony. The largest selling rap album of last year is also the most disappointing. While Carter 3 solidified Weezy’s position as an all-time rap great, its floundering follow-up is filled with hit-and-miss bars, poor production choices and a plethora of guests who outshine the Young Money boss on the album’s best moments. “She Will” is all Drizzy Drake in all his hookman glory. Rick Ross remakes his own song on “John”. And Tech 9ne and Nas steal the […]
[vodpod id=Video.15926694&w=540&h=350&fv=] It’s all sports everything. And Tunechi’s back with his sports blog with this week’s special guest Aldon Smith of the San Francisco 49ers. More sports talk after the jump.
Rihanna continues to break records and according to Billboard, she is the biggest-selling digital artist of all time with 47.5 million downloads since 2005. Eminem isn’t far behind with 42.29 million. Meanwhile, Lil Wayne, Beyoncé and Kanye West all round out the top ten. mtv