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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Common - "Cloth" Album Commentary

Lupe Fiasco - Double Burger With Cheese (Official Video)

2 Chainz & Future Talk Possibility Of Joint Album

Lil Scrappy: R.I.P Slim Dunkin Vlog!

Ron Paul Wants To Legalize Marijuana And Bring Home Troops! (Ron Paul With Joe Rogan On Jay Leno)

Big Boss E feat. Slim Thug x Bun B "Been Bout Bread"

The Bishop Eddie Long Story by Comedian Stevieweevie

Yung Berg On Gettin Stomped Out At Trick Trick's Club, Maino Confrontation, Tearria Marie Passin Him Her Digits While Messin With Ray J & More!

Stalley-"Gentleman's Quarterly" (Directed by Jonah Schwartz)

DMX And Wife Agree To VH1's “Couples Therapy”

Just one month after his appearance on Dr. Drew's Lifechangers DMX is at it again, but this time he brought his wife with him.

X and his wife Tashera have been married for twelve years and have four children together, but have been separated for over a year.
On December 8, 2011 the couple began filming a new reality show entitled ―"Couples Therapy" that will air on VH1.

The program consists of twenty-one days of extensive relationship therapy, both as an individual couple and also as a group.

The group therapy will be with other celebrities such as Linda Hogan, Angelina ("Jersey Shore"), and Vienna & Kasey ("The Bachelor").

"Therapy is always a good thing," says Domenick Nati, DMX's publicist. "Tashera has been there from the beginning and I know that she means a lot to Earl."

The show is created from the producers of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr Drew," and will air for two months in the spring of 2012.

Slim Dunkin's Last Performance @ Wild Atlanta 105.7 Holiday Bash - R.I.P Young Hommie

Kanye Kicks Out Fan For Business Card!


Willow Smith Ft. Nicki Minaj "Fireball" [Official Music Video]

The Reason Why Mingo Baby Got Free Lil Boosie Tattooed On His Face

"Menace II Society" - Freddie Gibbs w/ Dom Kennedy & Polyester - OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

Yyou - Work Out freestyle (Official Video)


According to TMZ, Etta James’ health is in a dire state…

Etta James — famous for her incredible rendition of “At Last” — is “terminally ill” … so says her live-in doctor … who is now asking fans to pray for the 73-year-old singer.

According to the doctor, Etta’s chronic leukemia was declared incurable two weeks ago.

Etta — whose health has been on a rapid decline the last few years — was hospitalized in May over a life-threatening blood infection. Months before, the singer was diagnosed with both dementia and leukemia.

Source: TMZ


Tamar Braxton and her hubby Vincent Herbert are getting their very own show!

No more doo-wop-pop-pop for Tamar! The youngest Braxton girl is about to go do her own thing.

When we sat down with Trina, Traci and Towanda Braxton for the December issue of Sister 2 Sister, they exclusively told S2S that Tamar and Vince will star in their own reality series, set to air next year.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise to WE tv viewers. “Braxton Family Values” buffs know that Tamar was the breakout star of the debut season, and she was even voted a fan favorite.

It’s not clear whether shooting for the show has yet to begin. The couple will discuss the possibility of branching off during tonight’s episode of “Braxton Family Values.”

Source: Sister 2 Sister


With an extended run on the BET sitcom “The Game” beginning in January and a role in Tyler Perry’s upcoming film “The Marriage Counselor,” Brandy is devoting a large chunk of 2012 to the expansion of her acting repertoire. However, the “Boy Is Mine” singer tells that she’s also ready to grow musically on her sixth studio album, due out in March 2012.

“What I’m truly excited about is how the album is all about R&B and figuring out the new sound of R&B, and that was the challenge for me. I wanted to do something different — I didn’t want to just sing about love over regular beats,” says the 32-year-old singer. “I think the fans have been very patient with me, but I just wanted to make sure that this album was right — the right type of music, the right core. I feel like we’re getting to that point where I felt comfortable with putting something out.”

Brandy began working on the follow-up to 2008′s “Human” a year ago, when her new deal with RCA/Chameleon Records was finalized. The still-untitled album features production and songwriting work from an all-star team that includes Sean Garrett, Rico Love, Bangladesh, Timabland and Jim Jonsin.

Frank Ocean, the budding R&B star who earned raves for his “Nostalgia, Ultra” mixtape in 2011, also collaborated with Brandy on the album, after landing a writing credit on the “Human” track “1st & Love.” “We’ve always had that great chemistry, and we both understand music in the same ways,” Brandy says of Ocean. “To work with him on this album was great as well, and I hope I can get in [the studio] with him some more because his music is just so moving; I’m inspired by him. I think he’s a great artist and he hasn’t even touched on what he will touch on in the future.”

Brandy is currently shooting a supporting role in Tyler Perry’s “The Marriage Counselor,” the big-screen adaptation of Perry’s 2008 play due out next year. In the meantime, the former “Moesha” star will return to TV on “The Game,” where she’ll portray a feisty bartender named Chardonnay. The singer has signed on to appear on 10 episodes of the BET series beginning Jan. 10.

“[Chardonnay] has her goals and she’s always rolling her nick and snapping her fingers, and I just love that,” says Brandy, who is filming “The Game” in Atlanta and working on her album in the city concurrently. “I feel like she’s an alter ego, because I can be very sassy in my normal life.”

While the tentative release date for her next album may change (“We’re aiming for March, but I don’t know if March is going to be the actual time the album comes out,” she says), Brandy says that, whenever the album is released, her first extended tour since 2009 will soon follow. “I haven’t been on tour in God knows how long, so it’s definitely time to revisit the stage and really look at the fans eye-to-eye. Nothing beats that,” she says.

Source: Billboard


Check out this hot new video from Twanée. She is also featured on 50 Cent new mixtape "The Big 10" on the chorus of "Shooting Guns".

New Details Emerge In The Shooting Death Of Waka Flocka Associate Slim Dunkin

50 Cent - "Off and On" Official Music

Judge Rules Against Vybz Kartel In Multi Million Dollar Lawsuit

French Montana, Waka Flocka, Chinx Drugz "BLACK & WHITE GIRLS" Official BTS *New* VIDEO

Young Jeezy - "A Hustlerz Ambition" (Trailer 4 of 5)

High schoolers suspended for Tebowing

Two New York high school athletes have been handed one-day suspensions after taking part in a group "Tebowing" session in a corridor at their school, the Riverhead Local reported Thursday.

Mimicking the Denver Bronco's quarterback Tim Tebow's traditional end-of-game kneel-down, up to 40 students from Long Island's Riverhead High blocked a corridor on Wednesday when they were photographed making the trademark pose between classes.

Riverhead school superintendent Nancy Carney said two of the students were given one-day in-school suspensions for insubordination, after previously being "spoken to" when they took part in a similar "Tebowing" incidents earlier in the week.

"From what I understand, there were about 40 kids participating and the hall was being blocked," Carney said of Wednesday's incident. "Kids couldn't pass and were going to be late to class."

An earlier story on Yahoo! Sports' Rivals High website reported that four students had been suspended for "Tebowing" at the school.

"The administration told us that our Tebowing was blocking the halls and could potentially cause a riot, because they were growing in number and if the wrong kid gets pushed a brawl could ensue," senior Connor Carroll told the website, adding that he and his friends had only wanted to pose "out of respect for Tebow, and because Tebowing is the new thing to do."

"Tebowing" officially entered the lexicon of Americans after the immensely popular Tebow led a comeback victory over the Miami Dolphins in his first start of the season on Oct. 23.

The deeply religious Tebow's kneel-down at the end of the game was quickly copied across the world and spawned, a website to which people can submit pictures of themselves striking the pose.

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