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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Travis Porter Webisode From Chicago

Kirko Bangs interview at Power 106 with DJ Vick One

Wiz Khalifa - Work Hard Play Hard [Music Video]

DJ Khaled Created Biggest Video Ever

Young Jeezy Live @ the 2012 Dallas DUB Show.

Twista Talks About Rumors Of Him Getting Signed To G.O.O.D. Music

L.E.P. Bogus Boys' "Top 5 D.O.A. Hip-Hop Groups"

Bow Wow Parks at Chris Brown's House

Jay Sean - I'm All Yours ft. Pitbull

Music Video: E-40 "What You Smokin" Feat. Snoop Dogg, Daz, Kurupt & Kokane

Nick Cannon Signs On As Global Ambassador Of STOMP Out Bullying Campaign

Nick Cannon has been named the global ambassador of the STOMP Out Bullying campaign. Cannon, who has been plagued by health issues as of late, made bullying the focus of his latest video “Die Young” which debuted on BET's 106 &Park last week. The songs subject matter is deeply personal to the 31-year-old making him the perfect candidate to represent the anti-bullying initiative. “We are thrilled that Nick has taken on this issue and produced such a compelling video which speaks to kids and teens and those who use suicide as an alternative to end their pain,” said STOMP founder and CEO, Ross Ellis in a statement to Hip-Hop Wired. Statistics conclude that 1 in 4 children are bullied and 9-35 percent of young people have fallen victim to some form of digital aggression, pushing cyber bullying to an all-time high. Last June, STOMP Out Bullying kicked off its HelpChat Line, which has helped nearly 3,000 students, and saves 52 lives to date. The organization is confident that Cannon will not only bring awareness to the issue, but inspire others to take action against bullying. Aside from this most recent philanthropic effort, the lauded media personality has been chronicling his road back to good health via his NCredible Health Hustle video series.

Mac Miller Discusses New 'Pink Slime' Mixtape & Tour

Jimmy Henchman Says He Loaned Wyclef Jean Drug Money

The week-long trial of business mogul and accused drug kingpin James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond has not gone favorably for the former manager of clients including Game, Mike Tyson, Gucci Mane and others. With exclusive in-court coverage from AllHipHop, several witnesses have come forward against Rosemond, including his alleged coke connect in Los Angeles. The biggest bombshell, however, was Rosemond's admittance that he loaned Grammy Award-winning music artist Wyclef Jean a large sum of funds that was derived from drug sales. Yesterday (May 22) in Brooklyn Federal Court, Rosemond's affiliation with Wyclef was put forth as evidence in the case as the prosecution continues to shore up charges that Rosemond helmed a $10-million dollar per year drug operation between New York and the west coast. Prosecutors introduced an October 13 Proffer Agreement from last year in court yesterday, in where Rosemond sought to offer details of his operation in order to reach a Cooperation Agreement. During the October session, Rosemond admitted he dealt in illegal activities, including saying that 80% to 90% of his income was supported by drug sales. Rosemond said he loaned Wyclef Jean $60,000 dollars in drug money without the Haitian-American star's knowledge of where the funds came from. Rosemond also copped to selling Wyclef's driver several kilograms of yayo. Rosemond also supported Jean's 2010 presidential run in Haiti and also helped to organize a concert last year for Haitian president Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly. The government put the pair's relationship in their sights after several checks sent to Rosemond from various business properties of Jean's amounted to around $800,000. Rosemond would also admit in the October talks with prosecutors that he used the offices of Interscope Records to deliver illegal contraband and also used rehearsal spaces in Los Angeles. Rosemond's Cooperation Agreement was removed from consideration after Rosemond was found with a working cell phone in prison and exchanging texts with his brother Mario, a known fugitive of justice. Coupled with key witnesses who have testified in court against Rosemond in order to have their sentences reduced, the defense has said that testimony has been shaky at best and that prosecutors have been introducing evidence long thought to have been excused from the trial. Still, Rosemond faces insurmountable odds as the case goes on. The trial continues this week.


Slaughterhouse Talks New Album & Classic Albums

David Banner's Mission of Empowerment

YMCMB: Birdman on 22 Years

DJ Drama Interviews Kendrick Lamar On Shade 45

Curren$y Details New Mixtape WIth Wiz Khalifa

Omarion feat. Rick Ross - Let's Talk (Official Video)

KOD Takeover 2012 Miami Memorial Weekend Teaser (2011 Footage) (Worldstar 7th Year Anniversary Party Hosted By Young Jeezy This Friday At KOD)

1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) "Too Long" ft. Ea$y Money

2 Chainz Speaks On His Arrest For Attempting To Board A Flight With "Brass Knuckles" In New York! (Was Actually A 4 Finger Ring) Audio

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TEFF ft. Young Chris - "Lyrical Murderer"

Swizz Beatz at The Breakfast Club - Power 105.1

Interview: Yo Gotti on The Breakfast Club

Beanie Sigel Apple Chill 2012 Performance

GREAT GATSBY Trailer (2012) Movie HD

Blue Slide Park THE GAME!

Raekwon On Developing New Signee JD Era from Toronto.mp4

David Banner in Atlanta.m4v

T.I. Joins Cast Of Universal Pictures’ “Identity Theft”; Set to Play Bounty Hunter In Comedy

Deadline is reporting that rapper T.I., who is no stranger to the acting world, has been cast as a bounty hunter in director Seth Gordon’s new Universal Pictures film, Identity Theft. Identity Theft, which stars comedians Jason Bateman (Horrible Bosses) and Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids), is the story of a man, played by Bateman, who has his identity stolen. T.I. will play a bounty hunter who is after both Bateman and McCarthy, who eventually become allies on the run, despite McCarthy’s character being the culprit behind Bateman’s stolen identity. Currently, T.I. can be seen on the second season of his VH1 reality show, “T.I. and Tiny’s Family Hustle,” as well as in a guest role on the Starz original series, “Boss.” His previous film roles include Takers, American Gangster, and ATL. Identity Theft also stars Jon Favreau (Swingers), Jon Cho (Harold and Kumar) and Clark Duke (Kick-Ass).

Charli Baltimore Sits Down with Feel Rich to Talk Healthy Eating Habits


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