Most of you know that last night’s SNL host Drake used to star in the Canadian teenage drama Degrassi. But did you know that he...
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We’ve compiled a few choice pieces of wisdom from hip hop’s greatest minds to help you find the truest and most blinged-out path to enlightenment.
Rappers and strip clubs: it’s a cliche that dates as far back as when rappers started making money from rapping....
Zac Efron has a YOLO tattoo. You'd think that would've ended a trend. Instead, YOLO is hotter than ever--as seen when Emma Stone declared that the Breakthrough Performance nominees at the MTV Movie Awards "broke through the skylight screeching like banshees with YOLO tattooed on their foreheads." Check out our own collection of YOLO tattoos, for those who need to be reminded that others need to be reminded that You Only Live Once...
It’s not uncommon to see musicians today with upwards of 10 tattoos on their face alone, or pieces so big that they take up a...
Only in LA can Drake jump onstage with a girl singing lyrics to a song that he's on and then have the girl not flub a single lyrics, maintain her composure, and keep the stage clear of people trying to mob the rapper. This all went down earlier in the week at Saddle Ranch, when Kuwaiti exchange student Dalal asked the bar if anyone knew the words to Drake's verse on "What's My Name." The report failed to mention that the person holding the camera is also singing along and sounds like a dying deer.
Apparently, you guys "Love Lamp", the joint by Red, Gold, & Green because they crushed the competition in last week's SOTW poll. This week, we try to make you forget about Occupy Wall Street and Ped State with tracks from Drake, Mumford and Sons, David Byrne and the Dirty Projectors, The Avett Brothers, and the Good Husbands. Take a listen then vote for your favorite after the jump! Jump!
Bad Meets Evil burned up the competition with "Lighters" feat. Bruno Mars. This week's contenders are Drake, Bombay Bicycle Club, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Lady Gaga, and Little Dragon. Check out which joints made the list, then vote on your favorite after the jump.
Last Saturday, Nicki Minaj brought out Drake to give him a special lap dance during her Toronto show of the Femme Fatales tour with Britney Spears. This comes days after Britney gave DJ Pauly D a lap dance. Nicki and Drake are apparently hooking up, so are we to assume Brit and Pauly D are? And, what's with lap dances during concerts? Rihanna gave one to a 60 year old. Are all female singers horny as hell? I need to get me one of those. Check out Nicki's lap dance with Drake then let us know who you'd like a lap dance from in our poll after the jump.
Last week, Radiohead's High and Dry beat out Adele's Someone Like You to earn Song of the Week honors. This week features tracks from Sublime, DJ Khaled, Foster the People, Jim Jones, and Danger Mouse. Read why our music man Al Jones picked 'em, take a listen then vote for your favorite after the jump!
Last week, Lil Wayne's 6 Foot 7 won the fan vote for favorite Song of the Week ("SOTW)". This week's five songs will stand out like a Bart Scott sound bite. “CAN’T WAIT!!!” They will cause a bigger stir than any inappropriate zinger that Ricky Gervais can throw out at a nationally televised awards telecast. Awkward. They will bring a bigger right hook than Sami Sweetheart clocking Ron Ron in the jaw from this week’s Jersey Shore preview. Enough of all the jibber-jabber, let me now introduce you to the latest installment of Al Jones’ Songs of the Week.
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Drake performed to a sold out audience at Radio City Music Hall and we were lucky enough to be there with the best seats in the house, courtesy of MySpace Music (check out all the pictures we shot right here). Drake brought out a few of his friends including Fabolous, Trey Songz, Birdman and Jay-Z to wow the crowd. And it worked, some have even called it the best concert of 2010.
It seems like a long time ago, but the year started on a low note with the massive Haitian earthquake. A volcano in Iceland volcano erupted, disrupting flights all across Europe. In other awful news, the oil platform exploded, leaking oil everywhere. Thanks, BP. Not all was bad though, as the 33 Chilean miners were saved after a record 69 days. If you can't remember the sounds of 2010, then you've got serious memory issues - but it saw the second (or third/fourth) coming of electronic music. Check out this class's suggest playlist after the jump!
Rappers all say or do pretty stupid things at times. Take a look at the picture above and that's idiocy in a nutshell. Millions of dollars are going out to these performers who come up with the gems we are about to discuss. While at first you may think to yourself, "wow I love this song." You soon start to ask yourself "but what the heck is he talking about?" We have listened to rap music for 30 years now and have narrowed the worst lyrics down to 14 biggest offenders.
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Last night's NYC riots at a free Drake concert on the Southstreet Seaport prove that the former Canadian TV star is officially a major rap superstar. After all, it's not everyday that a free concert turns into a violent mob scene with over 25,000 people throwing chairs, glass bottles, and whatever else they could get their hands on. Want to know exactly how bad things got? Well we've got the pictures and video!
Great things can happen when two completely different artists come together to make music. At some point we've all thought to ourselves,"Wow. If those two did a song together, it would be one for the books." Here are the top five musical collaborations that would blow up the charts and make music history.