LOL OF THE DAY: BILL COSBY WORKING ON RAP ALBUM……..
Bill Cosby – a staunch critic of some rap music – is set to release a Hip-Hop album called State of Emergency, which will be a sanitized, issue-oriented CD. Sources told AllHipHop.com that the actor, comedian and philanthropist will address issues like proper parenting, teen pregnancy, drug abuse, Black-on-Black crime and the dropout rate in America’s high schools. Cosby’s album will not contain any profane language, nor will it offer any denigrating comments towards women. State of Emergency would be the […]
UPDATE: JAY-Z: SET TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM – ‘THE BLUEPRINT 3’
Yes that’s right. He still refuses to leave the rap game a lone. He still wants to drop albums. He still feels like he’s got something to prove. What’s left for Jay to say? READ UPDATE: According to a representative Jay will NOT be releasing a new album. Now this has become a pattern with Jay. He gets his cronies to leak information (e.g. stepping down as Def Jam President), causes a stir, then promptly denies the stories. Then weeks/months down the line instructs his publicist to release a statement informing […]
NEW UK ARTIST: DAVID JORDAN – IS HE BRITAIN’S ANSWER TO JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE?
This morning I came across new “British singing sensation” David Jordan on early morning breakfast show, GMTV. Presenter, Andrew Castle, introduced David as being “Britain’s answer to Justin Timberlake” and my response to that was ‘whatever Andrew!!!’. If any thing he would probably just be the poor man’s Justin Timberlake, just like Mystique were the poor man’s Destiny’s Child and Billie was the poor man’s Britney Spears. But I stopped what I was doing and watched David’s performance….. Now as I watched – CRINGING, because at one point during an incredibly ‘camp’ performance, David insisted on dropping the odd, slightly revised Michael […]
QUOTES OF THE DAY: FAT JOE
Rapper Fat Joe speaks to Complex Magazine….. “As a Puerto Rican rapper, have you ever been criticized for using the N Word? No absolutely not. Because blacks and Latinos anywhere you go in any hood, any ghetto, we’re right beside each other, and with each other all the time especially in New York City. They’ve been calling me “that nigga” my whole life. I go to Africa, and the Africans say “what’s up Fat Joe my nigga-ah?” What about your response […]