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Let’s be real: Soulja Boy may have lost his swag.
The rapper is eating humble pie after releasing the anti-war song and video, “Let’s Be Real.”
“Let’s Be Real” is another pathetic, homemade video, this time featuring Soulja Boy merely standing in front of a screen with moving images and rapping to the camera about the typical money, cars, girls combo, before taking the lyrics up (or down) an incendiary notch.
“Fuck the FBI, and fuck all the army troops,” he shockingly raps while giving the middle finger. “Fighting for what? Bitch, be your own man.”[…] Read more »
Alternative rockers “My Chemical Romance” have announced that they have kicked out drummer Michael Pedicone from the band over a stealing incident that took place last week. Pndicone was MCR’s third drummer after founding member Matt Pelissier and Bob Bryar. He had joined the emo group a little less than a year ago and although they have already recruited his replacement in the form of former Death by Stereo drummer Jarrod Alexander, it isn’t clear whether it will be a permanent appointment or not.
Cash Money Records has gone pop.
The once fledgling New Orleans-branded record label, known for Southern rap acts like Juvenile, Birdman and the now ubiquitous Lil’ Wayne, and co-manned by Ronald “Slim” Williams and brother Bryan “Baby” Williams, has grown into a music empire, its success allowing for Wayne’s own imprint label, Young Money Records, to be birthed from its roots. Now comes the addition of a new genre to Cash Money’s hip-hop empire—pop—with the signing of international group, Savvy.
"We started with rap; now we want to expand into different genres," said Slim to Billboard.com. They work hard; we work hard. We saw their energy and felt their passion. With [the addition of artists like] Jay Sean, Kevin Rudolf and now Savvy, we're ready to make Cash Money into a world company."[…] Read more »
If iTunes’ sales pattern is some kind of an indication, then Lil Wayne’s latest album “Tha Carter IV” would beat the hell out of Jay Z and Kanye West’s joint album “Watch the Throne,” without even breaking a sweat.
According to some early estimates, “Tha Carter IV,” which was released last Sunday, has already sold closer to 900,000 copies in its first week in the US stores. While Billboard had reported that “Watch the Throne” sold 436,000 units in its debut week, which is less than the purported figure being associated with Lil Tunechi’s disc.
According to HITS Daily Double’s projections, “Tha Carter IV” could even touch the 975,000 figure, once the week ends. It has dealt another blow to Hova and Yeezy’s product by breaking its record for the highest digital weekly sales.[…] Read more »
Punk rock band Green Day’s Frontman Billy Joe Armstrong was ejected from an airplane flight on Thursday due to his low-hanging pants. Yes this is exactly what it sounds like.
The “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” boarded a Burbank-bound airplane of Southwest Airlines when the incident occurred and soon after it, he took to micro-blogging website Twitter to share with the world what had just happened to him.
Marc Anthony recently sat down with Nightline to discuss the unhappy end of his seven year-long marital relationship with Jennifer Lopez. While he stopped short of pinpointing the issues that forced the couple to go their separate ways, he did say that infidelity was never one of them.
He then elaborated the matter a little more and said that his purported affair with Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett is a complete media fabrication and there is no truth whatsoever in it.
According to TMZ.com’s sources, one day in August, Will came home early from work and found Jada along with Marc at their home. He then left the house without confronting them and tears in his eyes.[…] Read more »
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