Thursday, February 28, 2008

Jay Z- "I Know" video

2 new Rick Ross Bangers

Trilla is going to be that deal!!!

Luxury Tax-Rick Ross ft. Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy & Trick Daddy

Maybach Music- Rick Ross ft. Jay Z

Hustle Crow got a birthday

I would be remiss if I didn't say Happy Birthday to my homie Hustle "Hendez" Crow. He will be appearing at Club Skiggity this Friday, and here he is yesterday at the official Hustle Crow Birthday Party.

Ladies feel free to hit him on his myspace, and appreciate his new year.

"I floss for hygiene, you floss for lack of high genes."

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Estelle ft. Kanye West-American Boy

5 percenters

and I aint talking about no Muslims.

Featured above we see Dumbmond Williams and Idiotmean Early. These two finance bandits must be undercover agents at the Treasury Department. In the name of misers everywhere I can't figure for the life of me why one would burn money. Let me try and deduce this mystery of money burning. Here are a few things they could be....

Professional dry cleaners that happen to print tickets that look like fake money. they are celebrating their 400th pressed shirt after 1 month of business.

Well-to-do Bloods from Carson City taking pyru love to the Nth degree.

Operators of the newest US Mint in St. Louis that happens to be disguised as a club. They had 300 more bags of old money to burn.

Allan Greenspan's outside kids and they are taking a stand against their economist daddy who has been absent from their lives for the past 17yrs.

A word to the wise was sufficient, and a rhyme to the dumb works even better.
This aint balling.

Put that money in a CD and go on and be a real 5 percenter.

PS these 2 give financial tips on

"Money to Burn" (c) Cuttie in Dead Presidents

Sanna Lathan @ Prince's Oscar after-party!!

Do I really need to say anything!! Now that's a bad bad....

Monday, February 25, 2008

Jay Z and Lebron could be more than friends by 2010

According to reports, Lebron could be headed to the NJ Nets by 2010

This is the kind of advanced planning every team does, but there’s a credibility to the Nets’ pursuit that comes out of Jay-Z’s relationship. As for changing the landscape as iconic branders, it was no coincidence that James showed up at a New York-Cleveland American League division series game in October wearing a Yankees cap. Whatever calls of traitor ensued in Cleveland, the deed was done: Suddenly, the world identified LeBron as a Yankees fan.

Mere months later, Nike has a LeBron-Yankees shoe planned for March release. For those wanting to believe James is setting the stage for a move to the big city, the line of shoes does forward the idea that he wants to be identified with New York.

Between now and the summer of 2010, this promises to be a fascinating story line. Jay-Z has opened LeBron James’ mind to looking far beyond basketball, beyond the traditional journeys to superstardom. Together, they talked about changing everything for the global icon. Between now and 2010, the Cavaliers have to sell LeBron James that all that can still happen in Cleveland.
Read more of the buzzing here

Benz F700 video

i showed you the upcoming Mercedes Benz F700 not too long ago but now here's a video to go with it. Bout the 2:25 mark is when you'll be amazed!!

Who needs bling???

Zenith is rolling out their new El Primero Zero-G Multi-Dimensional Tourbillon at Baselworld 2008 in April. The luxorious all-black Zero-G is coated in a special PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) solution, which makes the timepiece impervious to the powers of gravity. The watch could theoretically work for astronauts who are walking the surface of the moon or repairing a space station. Somehow, we doubt NASA will be willing to shell out the $500,000 for this watch

They Call him da N.O. Capo

For those of you that don't know who Weezy refers too when he talks about the N.O. Capo here he is with a banger ft. Ya Boy and Curren$y!! Be sure to check out his "City Under Siege" mixtape hosted by DJ Khaled.

Before the Carter III we will get "Hello Brooklyn"

Wayne says Tha Carter III is coming sometime in April, but before that, he'll release a mixtape called Hello Brooklyn with Mick Boogie, in which Weezy redid several classic records by BK's legendary MCs, such as Big Daddy Kane, Jay-Z and Notorious B.I.G.

"I'm redoing all the old Brooklyn artists," he divulged. "[Mick's] got some old stuff. So old, he had to send the originals. I don't know what them songs are. I had to listen to them a trillion times, then do it. Nikki Menage, my artist, [and I did] 'Sunshine' by Jay-Z and Babyface. We did 'Juicy.' It's sick." ...

D&G Mesh High tops

These are mean!! $375

New Usher Money

Two new joints from Usher, Moving Mountains and I Can't Win. I think Ursher swelled too much on Confessions because it's hard for me to accept what he doing right now. I mean they're ok but...... Take a listen and tell me what you think?
Moving Mountains- produced by Timbo the king and written by The Dream

Jadakiss-Welcome 2 Da Roc freestyle

Hopefully Jada will get it how he deserves it this go around!! My dude is an animal!!
"Money is an issue/but respect makes you much more official/and you can lose em both from a pistol"

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Top 10 rap songs white people love!!

And I mean fucking LOVE. When these songs come on, White People look at each other and say "Awwww yeah" or "Hell yeah" and are compelled to sing along. Sometimes there’s also a corresponding stupid dance move. Check inside for the list!!

Having studied White People for 27 years, my authority on the topic is absolute; this list is damn near bullet proof.

The Top 10 Rap Songs White People Love
10. Positive K - I Got A Man

White People’s most beloved rap duet. White Girls in particular love this song because it gives them a chance to playfully reject a male suitor’s advances on the dance floor before blowing him at the end of the night. It’s empowering.

9. Digital Underground - The Humpty Dance

Humpty Hump was rap music’s greatest alter ego and actually a good MC but all White People know (and love) him for is "I like my oatmeal lumpy," and "Burger King bathroom."

8. Biz Markie - Just A Friend

Oh my god do White People love this song. Particularly frat boys. Why? I don’t know. Unlike most of his peers on this list, the Biz is a guy long deep in the hip hop scene with lots of cred, yet to White People he’ll only ever be that fat funny-looking black guy with the wig who sings bad.

7. Young MC - Bust A Move

I believe there is a law that requires this song be played at every Rock n’ Bowl. Like that the police shut down the bowling alley if it doesn’t comply.

6. Rob Base and DJ Easy Rock - It Takes Two

Knowing the words up to "I get stupid, I mean outrageous" is standard and unremarkable. Knowing everything up through the hook means you’ll be frenching at 80s Night.

5. Naughty By Nature - Hip Hop Hooray

Before he was shooting porn and marrying/divorcing Pepa (a near miss on this list herself), Treach was teaching White People the world over how to wave their arms from side to side above their heads while singing nursery rhymes. Hip Hop Hooray is not only a great way to melodically celebrate life, it’s something to buy airbrushed on a T-shirt when you’re at the beach for a week on your summer vacation to show that you’re down.

4. Tag Team - Whoomp (There It Is)

Man, what was the fucking story about this song and the other one that came out at exactly the same time by, I believe, 95 South called "Whoot There It Is?" Somebody fucked somebody else over big time there. The weird thing about this song - ubiquitous and beloved by Wisconsin grandmothers that it is - is that its lyrics contain the words "motherfucking," "nigga," "shit," and references to smoking dank. Crazy!

I remember watching The Box video network (where I learned everything I know about Black People) and seeing Tag Team’s follow-ups to this one: "Whoomp (Si Lo Es)" and "Addam’s Family Whoomp." I’m not kidding.

3. Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby

This one song on the list that White People pretend to only like ironically. Don’t be fooled: deep down White People still think Ice is 110% gangsta. I remember back in the day "battling" another sixth grader at the ice skating rink in who could rap the first verse of this song the fastest. The kid was Asian, so I won.

2. House of Pain - Jump Around

White People will never be completely comfortable with Black Music so anytime they’re given the opportunity to like a song by one of their own race they go fucking overboard (see this record and all five thousand Eminem songs).

If you’ve ever seen Black People comedy, you’ll be familiar with the notion that White People have no rhythm and can’t dance. This is true. That’s why they will embrace with both honky arms any song that makes it OK for them to not actually dance during it or that tells them exactly what to do and when to do it.

If you go to a club and this fucking song comes on all the White People will literally jump around. I fucking promise you.

1. Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back

Go to a karaoke bar - get the song list - check the rap section - if there’s only one song, this is the song - every fucking time, this is the song. This, like a number of the other rap songs White People love, features prominently sexual themes addressed in a humorous fashion. I think it’s White People’s inherent prudish squareness that makes them get all giddy about "naughty" rapper songs.

Honorable Mention
In no particular alphabetical order:

2 Live Crew: Me So Horny - Too dirty for Old White People (a significant percentage of All White People) to make the list. But man, how times have changed - remember the reaction to this shit when it came out? Florida was ready to lynch Uncle Luke. Today he’s Jeb Bush’s golfing buddy.

50 Cent: In Da Club - Fiddy!

Arrested Development: People Everyday - "Tennessee" has the more famous name but it’s not the one that fifteen years later is still being played every night in every club in Ecuador (and probably other backwards countries too). Ditto Madonna’s "Like A Prayer," but that’s a different list.

Beastie Boys: Girls/Brass Monkey/(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) - White People collectively love all three of these songs but not individually enough to crack the top ten.

Black Sheep - The Choice Is Yours (This Or That): Not quite famous enough to make the list, but man is it ever fun to say "You can get with this / or you can get with that" a hundred times in three minutes.

Juvenile: Back That Ass Up - As you can see, it’s basically impossible for White People to truly love your rap song if it’s less than a decade old. Still, Juvenile got close with this one which features a verse from a significantly Lil’-er Wayne.

Lil’ Jon and the Eastside Boyz: Get Low - HHH v2 with the arm movements plus what other song lets you yell about jizz to total strangers?
Nelly: Hot in Herre - Again with the whites getting titillated by suggestive lyrics. Nelly is the white Justin Timberlake.

Notorious B.I.G.: Big Poppa - You know, ’cause White People can be 350-pound black gangsta romeos too (actually by definition they cannot).

Puff Daddy: It’s All About The Benjamins - Diddy!

Salt n’ Pepa: Push It - This and "Let’s Talk About Sex" ruled the roller rinks back in the day but neither could get these gals into the Top 10. Still, much respect to the pair (or triumvirate if you count Spinderella’s stinking ass) for being the women that got the closest.

Tone Loc: Wild Thing - Wild Thing or Funky Cold Medina? Wild gets the nod since the only words 99% of people know to Funky Cold Medina are "Funky Cold Medina."

Tupac Shakur: California Love - Had to have a 2Pac song on this list. I think White People love Pac because he makes them feel like they’ve lost a friend to gang violence.

Will Smith: Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It - Ironically, just not jiggy enough to make the list (and yes I know Nas wrote it).

Wreckx-N-Effect: Rump Shaker - Remember the girl playing the saxophone on the beach in this video? Man, the White People were right about this one

Speaking of Supra's

I'm in love with these Comakazi Skytops!! Going to do something serious with these!! My post the pic for ya!! ;)

Pierre Hardy kicks

I'm rockin with these white and yellow joints. Man everybody trying to run with the all gold shoe now!! rather have my Supra skytops then these gold joints here anyday

Rocko-Swag Season

Here is Mr. "Umma do me" himself, Rocko da Don's mixtape rightfully called Swag Season. Check it out. I'm rocking to this as I type!!

Erykah Badu-Telelphone

Erykah Badu album has hit the internet. I’m not gonna post more than one new joint out of respect for the fantastic album and work Ms. Badu put into this. Add that to the fact that it’s only 11-tracks deep and two leaked earlier. Be sure to cop New Amerykah Part One (4th World War) this Tuesday (Feb. 26th).

Flo-rida ft. Lil Wayne-American Superstar

Making of "All My Life" Jay Rock ft. Lil Wayne

Nas What it is (Preview)

I am not the biggest Nas fan. Although I still listen to Illmatic to this day but he be losing me sometimes with this new stuff. But this shit right heeere!!! Man Nas got a banger on his hands

EXCLUSIVE: Lil Wayne Carter 3 Preview

I have been a fan of Lil Wayne's music since "Get It How You Live" and he's always been good at this music thing but his progression over the last 2 years has been sickkkk!!! I've been waiting for "The Carter 3" forever and it seems as if this will definitely be his best album to date *fingers crossed*

>> "Lollipop"
"I'm not a lollipop rapper," Wayne told us, by way of introducing this song as the radio single, "but this track is cold." It's one of many new Wayne songs to feature T-Pain/Roger Troutman vocoder singing effects and it transcends its boner-as-blow-pop conceit on the force of its strangeness: Wayne's singing isn't just a run through the T-Wayne ProTools patch, it's chopped up and layered over itself in a dense, alien collage. It actually de-naturalizes the vocoder gimmick, which is as common as high-hats nowadays. "Dudes are gonna hate this one," he said. "Ugly dudes, that is."

>> "Beat the Block"
Hollowed-out and bleepy. The percussion approximates African hand drums, which is why Wayne refers to the track as "Kunte Kinte" at one point; he rides the Alex Haley reference, rapping that he eats "Roots for dinner," before adding that he's "In the garden, feeding fruits to sinners." He also tells us about a girl who likes "the Weezy F — I bad-grade her."

>> "Eat You Alive" [ft. Ludacris]
The T-Wayne effect is back and pushed to an avant-garde extreme: multitracked, demonic, paired with pained female vocals that intone "he's gonna eat you aliiiiiive." Wayne likes food, and this is about comparing rappers to food and then going Audrey II on them. The math here is simple: Wayne makes any track he's on better + Ludacris makes any track he's on better = A Möbius strip continuum of WTF?!

>> "I'm Illi"
This "street single" produced by "Bossy" beatsmith Bangladesh should be released to radio next week. There is no hook — just non-stop rhymes over a thunderously spare backdrop: a screwed-down vocal sample repeating "I'm Illi," pounding 808 drums and claps.

>> "Let the Beat Build"
Drums by longtime Wayne producer/engineer Deezle, ethereal soul sample by Kanye West. Structured something like Coldplay's "The Scientist," which is to say we start with nothing but melody for about 8 bars, and then 808 drum sounds are introduced glacially: high hats for four bars, high hats and snares for the next four, and so on, so that the song revs up in an excitingly disjointed, slow motion way.

Mary J Blige ft. Lil Mama: Just Fine(rmx)

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Eye Candy of the week-Kalia Williams

What Can I say about Kalia. Moms is from Hawaii and dad is black!! I can't really say nothing so I'll just shake my head mmm mmm mmm more pics inside

You may remember this Hawaiian Hottie from Fab's "Can't Let you Go" video!! That was the right video for her to be in too!! Check her out on her myspace or on Kalia's World


Friday, February 22, 2008

Name this Hairstyle

What was Greg Oden's, the #1 draft pick in the 2007-2008 NBA Draft, barber really thinking when he did this??

The U.S. Dollar ain't worth shit!!!

Economic analysts were shocked yesterday at how far the dollar/greenback has fallen from grace.

One Monopoly note is now worth $23.27 as of writing this article. The US dollar is now way below the Mexican Peso or Guatemalan Quetzal for the first time in history.

"I paid for my breakfast this morning with Monopoly money from my son's board game at home. I tried to pay with dollars, but they were rejected by the diner staff. With 50 Monopoly money notes I was able to buy a full New York breakfast including eggs, waffles, sausage, hash browns, fresh fruit and a side order of prime bagels," Jim Weinstein, chief investment strategist for Morgan Stanley's Global Wealth Management Group, recounted from his 353rd floor office on WTC 7.

The US Federal Reserve is now relocating its offices to Toys R Us and other top toy retailers that sell Monopoly games.

The US Dollar is worthless, and all around the USA people have been finding novel uses for it.

Jane McCorkey from Alabama used to have $250,000 under her bed stashed away from a life of hard labour. Now 63 years old, she is using the money to heat her home for the winter because 'dollars burn real good.'

Amy Robinson and her family of seven from Tacoma, Washington were planning a once in a lifetime trip to Europe for a week and saved up $24,000 over 15 years. Now that the US dollar does not even register on the world markets, they are using the paper US dollar money as papier mâché puppets for the children's entertainment on cold dark winter nights.

There are further fears about the quality of Monopoly board game money, with 2 million board games recalled last week because the Chinese manufacturers coated each note with lead and arsenic. The recall caused Monopoly money to shoot up in value overnight, even coming close to the Nicaraguan Córdoba.

Meanwhile in the White House, George W Bush and his aides were filmed last week playing the Monopoly board game with the now defunct US dollar.

President Bush has been praised for his great leadership and economic miracle by the Fox News Network on Wednesday with another groveling sycophantic brown-nosing session from Bill O'Reilly.

Weezy Visits his old school and talks about his 1st Single and cameos for the Carter 3

After different release dates and different single names I think the boy Weezy finally got it set on when the Carter 3 will drop. He got the streets so anxious!!Read more inside

NEW ORLEANS — Lil Wayne knows it's time for his Tha Carter III LP. First he said February, then we heard March, now Weezy has pegged April as his new due date.

Blame it on creativity.

"I make it worse for Universal [Records]," Wayne said Tuesday, sitting on his tour bus. "I keep doing new songs every other day. I don't stop working, so I don't know when they gonna get that. Everything I do be better than the last, like, 'Oh, this gotta make the album!' "

With all the shuffling and recording going on, Wayne said he has material to take him all the way up to Carter 10. For his third installment, though, he's worked with Hurricane Chris, Jay-Z, Corey Gunz, his artist Tiger (younger cousin of Gym Class Heroes' Travis McCoy), Lil Mama, Busta Rhymes, Juelz Santana, Fabolous, Baby, Brisco, Dre from Cool & Dre, and Ludacris on a duet called "Eat You Alive." Alchemist, Swizz Beatz, Cool & Dre, Kanye West, Jim Johnson and his own in-house producer Diesel supplied the beats.

The first single, at least for now, is called "A Millie," a hard splatter of relentless wordplay, unnerved style and a down-bottom bass beat. His second single, aimed at the ladies, is called "Lollipop" and features acclaimed songwriter Static (Aaliyah, Timbaland, Missy Elliott).

"That's me. I love music," he said about the new tattoo on his face that reads "I Am Music" in red letters. "I found a love for music. I owe it all to a lot of people in the game. They don't even know." T-Pain and Prince are among those he names.

While Weezy has been inspired by many, he took time on Tuesday to inspire the youth at his old school, Eleanor McMain Secondary School. He sat down and answered questions from an art class filled with juniors and seniors.

He started at the school in seventh grade and was in the band. That's where he met his manager, Cortez Bryant, who was right by his side on Tuesday. Discussion topics ranged from his mother being a pivotal part of his life to how he's hoping one day he and his daughter can be like Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus. He even got a potential date out of the meeting: A young girl named Julie asked him to the school's prom on April 19.

"I'll be out the country then. Sorry," he said with a smile.

"Coming back to speak to them is super-important," he said later that afternoon. "It was my school. I went to that school. I attended that school. It shows them somebody from there made it. It makes them feel like you can do it. That right there was so important. I see it in their eyes, like, 'We can do something.' Not just doing what I'm doing, but, 'We can be successful.' "

The students made Wayne an elaborate fleur-di-lis, which he plans to use as a backdrop for his shows.

Wayne is also involved in a restoration project in Harrell Park, where he played football as a kid. He remembers it as a meeting place where the two 'hoods of Pigeon Town and Hollygrove would meet up, socialize and sometimes rumble. After Hurricane Katrina, FEMA gutted the park to make room for trailers. Weezy's plans include putting up the funds for indoor basketball courts and indoor pools.

Diamonds are forever

The yet to be named squash-ball sized, 101-carat diamond is the biggest white diamond to be auctioned in nearly two decades.

The gem that has been cut from a 460-carat South African rough stone is expected to fetch over US $6 million.

Can't wait to see who stunts and gets this

Erykah Badu is the new face of Tom Ford perfume

This is a good look Tom

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Loyalty, Honesty, Friends and then wealth

"Justify my Thug" was probably my least fav. song on the Black Album but mainly due to the beat. But Hov said some of the most important things to me in this song. A few things that I live by and no not because he said it but because this is how I was raised. I guess that's why he's my fav. rapper.

I watch people jeopardize their integretity, loyalty and honesty on a daily basis. People lose friends and family behind a few dollars and it's crazy to me. No amount of money in the world is worth losing the above. You can always get more money but you can never replace those. I say this to say that a man made money!! There is no way that something another human being created should be so important. If you uphold your integretity, loyalty and honesty success is almost promised. If you go after it at least lol

Now don't get me wrong I understand that in this society without money there is no way possible to survive but there is also a way to go get it without compromising yourself. I just hope that everybody realizes that when you're stripped away of everything all you have is what's inside. So stand for something. Look at all the celebrities that overdose, go crazy etc.. You would think that with that kind of paper they would be happy but it shows you that money is the least important part of life.

I ain't never been to jail; I ain't never pay a nigga
to do no dirt for me I was scared to do myself
I will never tell even if it means sittin in a cell
I ain't never ran, never will
I ain't never been smacked; a nigga better keep his hands
to himself or get clapped for what's under that man's belt
I never asked for nothin I don't demand of myself
Honesty, loyalty, friends and then wealth
Death before dishonor and I tell you what else
I tighten my belt 'fore I beg for help
Foolish pride is what held me together through the years
I wasn't felt which is why I ain't never played myself
I just play the hand I'm dealt, I can't say I've never knelt
before God and asked for better cards at times to no avail
But I never sat back feelin sorry for myself
If you don't give me heaven I'll raise hell
'Til it's heaven

Rick Ross ft. T-Pain- Boss

This is my shit right here!! Glad he made a video for it!! Check out D.C.'s own Big G aka Slim Charles on the wire making an appearance. Trilla coming soon and I think he'll deliver something we been missing

NYC Bank lets the wrong man withdraw $2M

NEW YORK (AP) — A man was charged with withdrawing $2 million from an account after a bank confused him with a man who has the same name. Benjamin Lovell was arraigned Tuesday on grand larceny charges. The 48-year-old salesman said he tried to tell officials at Commerce Bank in December that he did not have a $5 million account.

Lovell said he was told it was his and he could withdraw the money.

Prosecutors said the bank — which advertises itself as America's Most Convenient Bank — confused Lovell with a Benjamin Lovell who works for a property management company.

The lesser-funded Lovell gave away some of the withdrawn money and blew some of it on gifts, but lost much of it on bad investments, prosecutors said.

The district attorney's office did not immediately have information on his lawyer. Calls left with Commerce Bank on Wednesday were not immediately returned.

Rapper staying Bizzy

Bizzy Bone: what the hell is he doing? You have to really pin the philosophy behind the creativity.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008


I don’t even need to stress why this look is so HOT!!

Gucci stepped it up with this Chic look that every Woman needs in their closet.



This African-American British Designer has been hitting London’s Fashion Week as a solo designer for the past three years. The 2006 Fashion Fringe Competition winner has stamped his name in stone as one of the most influential designers in London. From working with top designers like Givenchy, to Elie Saab, Gavin is no rookie to the Catwalk. He describes his designs as: “Avant-garde”, Unique, & Eclectic. Pictures above are from his Spring 08’ Ready-to-Wear line, and you can view his entire collection at:

Detailed pics of Upcoming Nike SB Dunk Highs

Detailed pics of 2 of the upcoming movie inspired Nike SB Dunk Highs. Here you have the Thrashin and Ferris Beuler SB's. Both are hot!! I just need to know what other color shoestrings come in the Thrashin cause that black is not going to work