Apparently, the folks over at Twitter have been working hard on a brand new experience for user ... and it's coming on the 14th, according to a trailer they've posted recently. It boasts an all-new design, the ability to easily see embedded photos and vids from several services and a lot more.
Overall, it looks pretty nice. But will all the new features, take away from what made it so big? The simplicity. What do you… Continue
Alchemist pulled it off once again. Al, who rose to fame with his production for the likes of Mobb Deep, Lloyd Banks and Lil Wayne, has been prospering lately as Eminem's DJ. Em doesn't perform too much, so when a star of his caliber takes the stage, every show is high-profile. This month, Al was in the DJ booth during Em's Home and Home shows with…Continue
Twelve years ago, Jose Saenz was an LAUSD dropout and run-of-the-mill tagger known on the Eastside as Smiley, a nod to how much he enjoyed flashing his trademark brilliant grin. One day at age 22, he sidled up to two Eastside gangsters, pretending to be friend not foe. When Smiley got within point-blank range, he blew both young men away. Eleven days later, worried about a Prizzi's Honor-style scenario,…Continue
Monday, hip-hop fans all over the globe marked the fourteenth anniversary of Tupac Shakur's passing. A larger than life legend in the rap world, Pac has been the subject of numerous documentaries that range from Oscar-nominated to cash grabs. The new one, entitled 'Tupac Uncensored and Uncut: The Lost Prison Tapes,' takes a novel approach by letting the fallen star speak directly and from the heart.
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DJ WHOO KID's BIRTHDAY TOUR IS BOOKED FROM SEPT 17th -OCT 18th
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Sept 28th , Sept 30th
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For Brooklyn NYC rising star Mike Woods “M Dot Mancini, is getting to record a song written by him. Biggest influences, superstar Neyo, Prince, Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder. “When Jay-Z was first trying to make it as a new artist, he was willing to take risks and try anything and I admire that.”
"These dum n*ggas should use there time to make money instead of fuking arouund smh a lot of good n*ggas out there hopping they get a chance like this but cant. Sh*t like this jus p*** me off. 15years fr now there will be less good black rappers, see…"