Last night's 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy relief concert at New York's Madison Square Garden featured big time stars like Alicia Keys, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Roger Waters from…
Kanye West was one of the star performers at last night's concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy. The G.O.O.D. Music boss hit the stage wearing a black leather skirt-like bottom over his pants paired with a black…
As you know Staten Island along with many others were hit heavily by Hurricane Sandy. The victims in the Staten Island community have received very little external help. People have lost homes, loved ones, and most of them are now living in shelters or…
Sunday marks the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the levee breach that left the great American city of New Orleans clinging to life preservers.
As a result of Hurricane Katrina, and the government's failed response in 2005, an estimated 2,000 people died, and hundreds of thousands were displaced. A hundred thirty thousand acres of wetlands were washed into open water within a twenty four hour period. A natural disaster was… Continue
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Rappers Lil Scrappy and Hurricane Chris recently shared their insight on what 2010 would have to offer and why the next 365 days would bring them success.
For Scrappy, he saw this year as being a key time for financial gain.
"Scrappy is gonna be a very rich and loved man," Scrap promised SOHH. "I don't know how, I'm grustlin'. [laughs] That's all I can say, I'm grustlin'. That's how it's gonna happen, I'm grustlin', can't… Continue
Added by Stefan on January 28, 2010 at 2:10am —
Spike Lee is back in New Orleans today, beginning work on a sequel to his Emmy-winning documentary series When the Levees Broke for HBO. While the sequel doesn't yet have a name, it's intention is to shine a light on the region five years after the devastation of Hurrican Katrina, and I'd imagine the right name will present itself as he films.
Hurricane Season, the upcoming film starring Lil' Wayne and Bow Wow is now scheduled to hit theatres by the end of the year. The film which has already been shot was heading to DVD after the Weinstein Company, the producers of the film, became financially strapped. However due to box office numbers scored… Continue
Tyrone Clemm, “Da Fire”, is a young entrepreneur from Holly Hill, South Carolina. The eldest of three children raised by his single mother. He grew up in a rough atmosphere forcing him to be involved with gangs and a lot of trouble. Born in a small town but always having big dreams, Da Fire, tried to break away from adversity…See More