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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

She's Not Our Sister: OFFICIAL TRAILER

AllHipHop Presents: Juvenile Performance at SOB's

Bernie [Official Trailer] (Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, Matthew McConau...

Rah Digga Clears Up Rap Beef With Tyler, the Creator

Trip Lee On People Thinking He Is A Christian Rapper & The "Good Life"

Jadakiss Ft. Fabolous x Lloyd Banks “Respected”

Jill Scott - Blessed (Official Video)

Rihanna - Road To 'Talk That Talk' (Part 1)

H Ryda (Feat. E-40) - Money Machine (Official video)

Wiz Khalifa on what Annoys Him about Amber, His Real Feelings on Kanye, ...

Jon Lovitz Calls Pres.Obama A "F***ing A**hole"

Photographer Derick G. Describes How He Got On

Kim Osorio Says Suing The Source Was About Fighting For The Brand

Machine Gun Kelly's Surprise 22nd Birthday

Mama Jones Confirms Whole “Jones Family Left Love & Hip Hop”

Watch #TheBuildUp Radio 4/23 “The Public Relations Roundtable”

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Brian McKnight previews new song for "The Adult MixTape"

Wayne Brady speaks on "not being black enough" on #SwayInTheMorning

Papoose Speaks Out On George Zimmerman Posting Bail "This Dude Is An Animal"

George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed 17-year old Trayvon Martin is a free man today after posting 10% of his $150,000 bail on Sunday. He will remain free until his second degree murder trial begins in 2013. The decision by a Florida judge to allow Zimmerman the opportunity for freedom has angered many Americans, including thousands in the hip-hop community. One man who is speaking out against the decision is Papoose, who made a tribute song dedicated to Trayvon several weeks ago. “That’s some savage sh*t,” Papoose told XXL in a new interview. “The man could be free and Trayon is in his grave till eternity. Everybody celebrated when they arrested dude, but I think it was premature. This dude is an animal. The whole thing is bullsh*t.” Like Papoose, several other rappers have made tribute songs dedicated to Trayvon. The unity shown by his peers is something Pap is proud of. “All of us being successful…anybody who has a voice, it’s our duty for us to provide a voice for those who don’t have a platform,” Papoose said. “I felt like it’s my duty. I felt like I’d be playing myself if I didn’t say something. I commend everybody.”

American Pie’s Chris Klein vs DJ Whoo Kid!! Reunion With Entire Cast?? Stiflers Mom?? Gay Comedy?? Jason Biggs Shows All??

V Premiere! Precious Paris' Behind-the-Scenes: "Everything's Okay" feat. 50 Cent

HARLEY'S ANGELS: THE FASHION MOVIE: Tenth Anniversary Fashion Entertainment Show

Kayla Sky- I'll Be there Official Video !

Goodie Mob: "Fight to Win"

Jennifer Hudson Breaks Down on Witness Stand

Swizz Beatz Speaks On Passing The Baton To A$AP Rocky On The Set Of "Str...

Erick Sermon Tells Classic Stories to Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg

Nicki Minaj fans get invited up to her room

Day 01 - Houston - Jet Life 'Direct Flight' Tour Documentary Series 2012

Jeremih Late Nights MPEG 4


Stalley Talks Working With Young Guru, Chad Hugo

Kid Cudi Rapping

David Banner Says Tyler Perry Shouldn't Face Criticism

Kendrick Lamar on Dr. Dre, New Album, Top Dawg Compilation - Coachella 2012


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