Everybody seems to be talking about Jay’s latest offering ‘Death Of AutoTune’ on Twitter. I just listened to the track and I like it. The old man has impressed me. Lines like, “Boys jeans too tight/colours too bright/voice too light…” put a huge smile on my face. LISTEN Via Nahright Your thoughts please. Hit or Miss?
BNP Party leader Nick Griffin Via Yahoo News The BNP (British National Party) has won its first county council seats in Lancashire and Leicestershire as Labour was humiliated in local elections across England. Continue Reading….. For those who have never heard of the British National Party, they are Britain’s political answer to the Klu Klux Klan. I expected the BNP to win seats because the reality is, there are thousands upon thousands of people in this country who believe in their policies and believe in what they stand […]
Former X-Factor contestents JLS have released the video to their highly anticipated debut single Beat Again In my opinion JLS as a group have always been incredibly WEAK and Beat Again just sounds like a track that NSYNC would have recorded back in 2000. But it will probably go down a storm with the teeny boppers…. What do you all think? Hit or Miss?
Former Big Brother contestents Big Brother 8 winner Brian Belo and Charley Uchea, attended the Big Brother 10 launch party, which took place on Wednesday night (June 3rd) in London. Some things will never change. I see that old Essex boy Brian is still suffering from an identity crisis, and still insists on wearing blue contact lenses. He will probably start using skin bleaching agents next. And as for Charley… Still believing that she’s a celebrity and a “friend to the stars”. Click here to view enlarged photograph Photograph: WENN
UK NEWS: THE METRO FEATURES EDITOR RESPONDS TO BASHY CRITICISM / THREATENS TO BAN INTERVIEWS WITH ‘MINORITY SUBJECTS’
I reported earlier on that a journalist working for The Metro newspaper faced a wave of criticism today, after he asked UK rapper Bashy if he thought “music was a way out for young black people now, like boxing used to be”, during an interview. Since then the newspaper has received a wave of complaint emails and reader Susan Younis has kindly forwarded me the response email she received from The Metro’s Feature Editor Kieran Meeke. Hi Susan Thank you for your letter and my apologies that you found the question […]
Rapper Bashy In a new interview with The Metro Newspaper, UK rapper Bashy was asked the following question by journalist James Day…. Is music a way out for young black people now, like boxing used to be? The question stopped me dead in my tracks this morning, and then I laughed out loud. Could James really be this dumb, ignorant and perhaps racist? Does he actually believe that back in the day a young black man’s (that’s who I assume he is referring too) only goal in life […]
Eminem spoke to website RapRader and confirmed what many had already suspected…. RR: Can you clear up the Bruno stunt at the MTV Awards? Was it staged or planned? Sacha called me when we were in Europe and he had an idea to do something outrageous at the Movie Awards. I’m a big fan of his work so I agreed to get involved with the gag. RR: Was it executed the way you agreed to, and if not, do you hold MTV or Sacha responsible and […]
Fellow blogger Ondo Lady , has tagged me in her What Are You Using Right Now? post. The post aims to give an insight into the the types of skin care/beauty products that various bloggers use on their face and body. Check out the list of products that I use on a daily basis…. HAIR Shampoo – Pantene Pro-V / other products from the Pantene range, Virgin Hair Fertilizer (has a strong scent but is good for the hair and scalp), Pink Lusters Moisturizer ( especially brilliant if you are […]
Tickets for the MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards 2009, which takes place at the SECC in Glasgow Scotland, will go on sale Friday June 5th. Click here for more details! Soooooooooo… who plans on going to this year’s MOBO Awards then?
Photograph: Via Bashy.com The The Mercury Newspaper reports that rapper Bashy will be visiting Greenwich to seek out the talents of rising young stars, as part of the Olympic legacy programme. The rapper will be at the Greenwich Heritage Centre on The Royal Arsenal site from Tuesday to Friday (July 14th – July 17th), as part of the CREATE09 Festival. Youngsters aged between 14 and 25 will receive professional mentoring and the chance to work with established artists. Bashy’s new album ‘Catch […]