If I had a Little Hugin arm’s reach I would snatch it up and hurl it at the screen with the same amount of power as a doped up Major League Baseball player. But since that isn’t an option at the moment, um, it’s my pleasure to present to you the following well-aged clip in hopes that it gets passed around like a fruit cake during Christmas season.
Who am I kidding? I bodied rolled a full 30 minutes to it today. Look at me, burning calories and shit.
Beyonce isn’t the only one putting a Rose Art crayon to work in support of President Barack Obama. Rhyming over what has to be a pre-programmed beat from a Casio keyboard purchased in the mid 90′s, Kirko Frankz puts his patriotism where his mouth is on “Obama Forward”, a track slated to appear on his new mixtape ‘On Trial 2′.
The African American community’s crown jewel Lil’ Wayne sparked controversy when he decided to feature a remix for 13-year-old Chicago rising rapper Lil Mouse‘s song “Get Smoked” on his latest mixtape ‘Dedication 4′ last month.
“.40 hit his face, BBQ his ass like a grill. Ya’ll niggas ain’t real, lame niggas get killed,” the product of Chi-town’s gritty Wild Wild Hundreds raps on the original version of the track.
But all gunplay and no twerk makes Lil Mouse a dull boy. The youngster hits the club with Gorilla Zoe (I’m sorry, was Archie Eversole unavailable?) to throw singles and hit his currency jig in his latest music video.
Be on the look out for the Sallie Mae remix dropping soon.
What do you do when you prematurely sell your ass to Playboy? You record a pop single, that’s what.
It seems like Cher Horowitz’s right hand homie Stacey Dash has healed nicely since LisaRaye gave her a swift roundhouse kick to the face last year, or so they say. The 46-year-old recently surfaced with what appears to be her first (and possibly last) song, a track titled “Life Of The Party,” featuring Blake Smith.
Ready for the world, Stacey tweeted, “It’s mastered . . . so excited to share my 1st baby with you all.”
It’s Like The 2012 Version Of The “All Falls Down” Video
Roy Ayers was 100 percent correct. Rehearse the lyrics, learn the raw emotion and give in to your desires the next time an urge to go Chicago steppin’ in the middle of a public park suddenly hits. Happy National PDA Day!