Jeezy brought the Bay to Anaheim when $hort joined the stage for “Blow The Whistle” and E-40 followed up with his “Bitch”. Jizzle then soothed the ladies with Ne-Yo’s presence for “Can’t Leave You Alone”. westcoastjawn
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Wonder what the budget for this was. Anywho, $hort and the crew turn a smoke party into a music video
E-40 tells Vlad TV that his collaborative project, The History Channel with $hort will now be released in twos, Function Music and Mob Music on the same day. Hopefully they’re a buy one-get one deal. hhnm
Pimpin sure ain’t dead. And with his album No Tresspass currently in stores, $hort Dawg keeps it going by adding a few others on the remix to track numero 8. The more the merrier. sermon
40 and $hort brought the Bay down to San Diego’s 4th & B last night and performed a few their oldies as well as their most recent tracks. Imperfect Enjoyment provides a few clips from their set. Bitch!
Originality is sure hard to find these days. With that being said, here’s the latest video from 40 and Too $hort. All three The Block Brochures
Seems like Too $hort ain’t letting up with these new videos. You might remember him already releasing this video, but today he gives us the alternative version with Sir Michael Rocks.
Times are definitely hard. And for $hort’s uplifting video, a young hustler tries to add a couple of dollar signs to his name. It ain’t even worth it dawg. But No Trespassing is in stores now.
Up for a story boys and girls? Well Uncle Snoop and $hort Dawg hit the record button and recite both of their “Freaky Tales” mash-up. Uh, where the freaks at?
Need a porno bitch? Hell, who doesn’t. Live from the AVN Awards comes Too $hort’s aptly-titled video. This goes hard. Pause. No Trespassing in stores now.