Just when we thought LL Cool J had put rapping on the back burner(to focus on his acting career), he drops a new track for his fans…ninja style! Assisted by Raekwon, Murda Mook and Ron Browz, The G.O.A.T. proves yet again that when it comes to power and intensity on the microphone, he hasn’t lost a beat.
Check out “I’m Nice.”
When it comes to relationships, your average artist is no different from anyone else. This week in particular, there’s been plenty of news on the emotional front so lets get started.
First, Young Money lyricist, Tyga reportedly called off his engagement to former stripper, Blac Chyna. Next, Ciara reportedly ended her engagement with auto-tune obsessed, Future due to alleged infidelity issues(Didn’t they just become “proud” parents in May???) Then Damon Dash’s son pleads guilty to harassment charges for allegedly choking his girlfriend and finally…A HAPPY STORY…50 Cent will reunite with his former lover, Chelsea Handler on the final episode of her talk show, “Chelsea Lately” on August. 26th…and he’ll even bring G-Unit along.
That’s it for now. Hopefully there will be more music and less crying in the upcoming weeks.
Below are “Loyalty,” “Promise” and “Baby By Me”…’Nuff said.
The Sutra Lounge, a New York City hotspot known for its revolving door of hip hop deejays, will host a farewell party Sept. 10th. Questlove of The Roots will be manning the turntables and some of the past celebrities on the wheels of steel(Afrika Bambaataa, D-Nice, Bizmarkie, Stretch Armstrong, KRS-One & Q-Tip)are expected to get the party jumping for the weekends leading up to the event. The ten year old lounge may reopen in a new space on the Lower East side, but only time will tell.
Below are two videos from superstars of Sutra’s past.
Young Jeezy teams up with The Game and Rick Ross to bring us something…Well…”Beautiful.” We also threw in a classic Game video to make it even better.
Check ‘em out here. [click to continue…]
Iggy’s at it again. In this video, she teams up with Rita Ora and together they get their Tarantino on. Shout out to Michael Madsen!