Brian McKnight is enjoying any type of press for this pussy song. Check out the video for his song. Pretyt funny.
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Brian McKnight is enjoying any type of press for this pussy song. Check out the video for his song. Pretyt funny.
Filmmaker Ruth Hogben collaborates with award-winning musician Kanye West to create a film for his single Lost in the World. The song, which features Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, is taken from West's fifth album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Hogben's piece breaks the mould of popular rap aesthetics while still celebrating the extraordinary talent that has made West a modern icon.
I love it when R&B groups don't try to change their image or the type of music they make. This is a great song about wanting to have one more dance with him. He's been given a lot of second chances and vows to make it the last one.
Song is pretty damn good. Not the best video out in the world but still tough. I just always wonder what would have happened if Currensy was still with the squad.
Mississippi meets the Rotten Apple as Banner hits the streets of BK in the new KarmaloopTV exclusive music video for Castles in Brooklyn, featuring Maino. Shot on location by directors Shomi Patwary and Corey Smyth, with animation by Thai Tran.
If you like R&B then check this out. He doesn't have the best singing voice but he knows how to make it work. Check it out.
Shake That [Produced by SK]
Bad Mutha ft. Snoop Dogg & Bu [Produced by Mel & Mus]
Keep It 100 ft. Akon [Produced by Sak Pase]
You Deserve It ft. Jarren Benton & Justin Paul [Produced by Sak Pase]
2.Talk That [Produced by Sak Pase]
3.Shake That [Produced by SK]
4.Bad Mutha ft. Snoop Dogg & Bu [Produced by Mel & Mus]
5.Keep It 100 ft. Akon [Produced by Sak Pase]
7.Bent Up ft. Natasha Mosley [Produced by FKI & SK]
8.Best Sex Eva [Produced by Mel & Mus]
9.You Deserve It ft. Jarren Benton & Justin Paul [Produced by Sak Pase]
11.Who Do You Love ft. Planet VI & Musiq Soulchild [Produced by Musiq & Sak Pase]
12.[BONUS TRACK] Boo Thang (Dirty Remix) feat Kelly Rowland, 2 Chains, Yo Gotti
Kenny Powers [Prod. By Young Zack]
Hare Krishna (Feat. Rza) [Prod. By DJ Fricktion]
Talk 2 Em (Feat. Gunplay) [Prod. By Hazardis Soundz]
R.E.A.L. (Remember Everybody Ain't Loyal) [Prod. By SPK]
Thursday, May 3, 2012
I'm posting this because I've been jamming a lot of oldies like Switch, El Debarge, Aalon, Hall & Oates, and more. Of course when this came along on the sidebar I listened and was just amazed at how sincere and powerful this live performance was of Marvin Gaye singing. Here are a couple more videos for you to enjoy as well.
Although Wale and the Cast of Fela are not in the video this is still a beautiful video.
Scholars and scientists now conceive that Africa is the first place of mankind
Africans were the first builders of civilization
They discovered mathematics, invented writing, developed sciences
Engineering, medicine, religion, fine arts, and built the Great Pyramids
An architectural achievement which still baffles modern scientists'
I thought this was a joke but it's not. This crazy woman who has a cold just keeps spitting right in front of the recording in Chicago. She's asking for directions somewhere but she still keeps spitting uncontrollably. Hilarious. She keeps spitting right in front of the camera and saying sorry.
DOIN' IT IN THE PARK: PICK-UP BASKETBALL, NYC explores the definition, history, culture and social impact of New York's summer b-ball scene, widely recognized as the worldwide "Mecca" of the sport.
In New York City, pick-up basketball is not just a sport. It is a way of life. There are 700+ outdoor courts, and an estimated 500,000 players, the most loyal of which approach the game as a religion, and the playground as their church. "You can play high school or college for four years. You can play Pro for a decade. You can play pick-up ... for life." DOIN' IT IN THE PARK: PICK-UP BASKETBALL, NYC lovingly uncovers this movement through the voices of playground legends, NBA athletes, and most importantly the common ballplayer who all day looks forward to calling "next" game at their local schoolyard.
Co-directors Bobbito Garcia and Kevin Couliau visited 180 courts throughout NYC's five boroughs to create their debut documentary. They traveled to a majority of the locations by bicycle, carrying camera equipment and a ball in their backpacks. The film's title refers as much to the subject matter as it does to the method of filmmaking, providing an unprecedented perspective on urban America's most popular, and accessible, free recreation.
Main film characters: Julius "Dr. J" Erving, Kenny Smith, "Pee Wee" Kirkland, "Fly" Williams, God Shammgod, Tim "Headache" Gittens, Corey "Homicide" Williams, Kenny Anderson, Jack Ryan, Richard "Crazy Legs" Colon, Niki Avery, Milani Malik, and the Park Pick-Up Players of NYC.
Inside the NBA's Charles Barkley gets the championship treatment from Kenny Smith. Pretty damn funny since Charles did not win a championship during his career. Best moment is when Charles says "Kenny I swear to God" and gets drowned in champagne.
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
More and more traffic accidents are due to texting. If we want to reduce the 1.2 million traffic victims worldwide each year, we have to act. How do you convince youngsters not to text while driving? Prove them it is a very bad idea: oblige them to text while driving! See how Belgian learner drivers reacted when they were told they had to pass the mobile phone test in order to get their driver's license.
Some new Kendrick verses to enjoy. Definitely a cool song. Never heard of this microphone singer before but he holds his own right here.
In this song Saigon breaks down how women have replaced men with being the more grimey, deceiving, manipulative of the 2 sexes.. Do women cheat more than men. Be careful out there.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Bang Bang!! And here is the remix to my favorite trap song in a long time. Everyone went hard as they should. Kanye though? "That pussy so deep I could have drowned twice"
And here it is. After word spread that the song might have been a joke here comes Mr. McKnight with the official joint. And you know, the lyrics are not what we expect from Brian but the song is so damn smooth.
Turn up....Turn the fuck up!!!!
"The Dark Knight Rises" in theaters July 20.
Warner Bros. Pictures' and Legendary Pictures' "The Dark Knight Rises" is the epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy. Leading an all-star international cast, Oscar(R) winner Christian Bale ("The Fighter") again plays the dual role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. The film also stars Anne Hathaway, as Selina Kyle; Tom Hardy, as Bane; Oscar(R) winner Marion Cotillard ("La Vie en Rose"), as Miranda Tate; and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as John Blake. Returning to the main cast, Oscar(R) winner Michael Caine ("The Cider House Rules") plays Alfred; Gary Oldman is Commissioner Gordon; and Oscar(R) winner Morgan Freeman ("Million Dollar Baby") reprises the role of Lucius Fox.
Watch the official music video for "4evaNaDay (Theme)" off Big K.R.I.T.'s critically acclaimed mixtape '4evaNaDay'
(Download Mixtape Here: http://smarturl.it/4evaNaDay)
Video Directed By Decatur Dan
K.R.I.T.'s debut album 'Live From The Underground' is in stores June 5th
The video outlines the challenges America faced as President Obama took office at the height of the worst recession in almost a century and details the progress that has been made reclaiming the security of the middle class and building an economy that's meant to last, where hard work pays and responsibility is rewarded.
Although this is not real this could be the funniest commercial about saying no to drugs and saying yes to roller skating. I lost it when the kid said no to meth. Automatic giggles. In all seriousness though, I'm trying to roller skate this year.
Multifaceted hip-hop recording artist PRO'Verb premieres new music video for "Gravity", the second single off his mixtape While You're Waiting released October 2011. PRO'Verbs captivating lyricism over the feel good melodic Kendrick Lamar track is a guaranteed hit. Filmed in Maryland, the video portrays PRO'Verb as an artist who is with the woman of his dreams, jewelry designer and natural hair enthusiast Alexandra Smith of ShopALS, who holds him down through whatever the industry has to offer him.
Chris Paul was very animated during his post game interview after the Clippers came back from a 27-point deficit. I thought it was pretty funny. Someone on twitter described it perfectly by saying that it was reminiscent of someone telling their friends about a game. From the lip busting to cracking jokes on Craig's Easter suit this interview will go down as a classic.
Still testing out the camera but, I've gotta at least talk a little bit about the Trayvon case.
Spoken Reasons is back with the second edition of "Best Song Ever" in which he raps like Soulja Boy about the things that people are thinking about. He calls out the industry and it's hilarious. Below you will find the first part which is equally as funny.
Monday, April 30, 2012
In the beginning of April I came to the realization that since my birthday was right around the corner I needed to stay in shape. I'm not fat or anything but my metabolism was not acting like it used to. The point at which I hit my peak in terms of staying fit was when I was a senior in high school. I relied on my natural athletic ability to get through most of the sports and activities I played (football and basketball) I was that guy that never took stretching seriously, which is probably the cause of numerous injuries to my knee (torn MCL and tendinitis) and back. When the captain of the team would send out a workout regime during the summer so that we were prepared for football camp I always scoffed at the idea that I had to prepare to be ready. BITCH I'M READY RIGHT NOW! Before my final year in high school I walked into camp being the fastest guy on the team. Wipe me down cause I'm on. When I played basketball I would be able to go hours upon hours playing pick-up games. I was never tired. And even with the wonderful facilities that I was provided with in high school I was never a regular in the gym. Only to do rehab on my knee on the stationary bike.
When I began college the only "exercise" that I participated in was playing pick-up basketball. During my freshman year I could stay on the court and play 10 games back-to-back. Sophomore year was like 7 games. Junior year it went to 5. Senior year I tapped out at 3 games. If I lost that first game you might not see me on the court again. How often was I on the court? On average 3 times a month. Year after year I was losing some some of my natural athleticism to just get up and go.
Let's fast forward to the summer of 2011. I was a working adult that often went out drinking and dining. When I got pink eye (yuck) I went to the doctor and I was put on a scale since I hadn't weighed myself in a few months. I ended up being really heavy in my opinion. I had never crossed the 200lb mark but I was too close. If I kept going this route I would have toppled over that joint. Anyways, I was pissed. How could a person like me who's so afraid of getting out of shape and not staying fit allow this to happen? Well I decided from then on that things would have to change.
During the fall of 2011 I joined a basketball league to get a few runs. My "workout" consisted of playing basketball once a week, doing some sit-ups, perfect push-ups, and jogging. Now a quick note about those push-ups. There comes a time in a man's life when he's hitting his dougie, missionary style and the arms kind of give in and wobble, forcing him to quickly change the position to ease the tension on the arms. When that happened to me a few years back in 2009, I quickly got the perfect push-ups. True story. I changed my dieting up just a bit making sure that I included eating salad at least once a week. But most people who know me know that I love to eat food. On top of that I eat McDonald's once a week. Shame on me.
Now we're in 2012, April is beginning and I just had this revelation that if I wanted to live longer and be healthy that I should start hitting the gym. The tone was not there in my arms. My legs were not the massive beasts that they used to be. My stomach was not how I needed it to be. I signed up for a gym membership. Meaning that this was something that I had to be committed to at least 3 times a week. I reached out to a couple friends of mine and asked them if they could be so kind to send me a workout routine to follow with the purpose of getting in shape and staying fit. I got one from my man Colin. I like to call him Uncle Colin but he's like a year or two older than me. And of course he would know best because he's a body builder. I'm not kidding. Here's his link: http://congobodybuilding.wordpress.com/ Now I'm not trying to be built and ripped like he is but he knew exactly what I wanted to do.
My first day at the gym was horrible and embarrassing. You never know how out of shape you are in until you finally perform an activity that tests your physical ability. Holy shit! I was struggling with every single exercise and weight lifting activity. I started with a run on the treadmill. 10 minutes max was what I was able to run. Sweat pouring down my face as if I just finished the damn marathon. I was lucky to escape. Time to do some curls. Okay I remember at one point in high school I was able to do bicep curls with 40lb weights. I knew I could not pick up 40lbs with one arm to save a life so I started with 25lbs. Wrong answer. 20lbs was a good fit but my arms were sore for at least 5 days after. I'm not kidding. In my mind I thought I tore a muscle or a tendon but I knew it was just because I was bitching. When I finally got around to doing the bench press it was struggle with a capital 'S.' This was the exercise I hated doing. But I still performed it with comfortable weights. On the second day of my workout I had to do some lat pull downs. Well I approached the machine and for some reason I could not set the weight. The pin was stuck. I began to pull and tug on the apparatus until finally it just fell right on my fucking head. Ouch. First thing I did was check to see if there was blood. Nope. Second thing was look around to see if anyone noticed the fuckery going on. Only one person saw my fail at life. He was snickering to himself but everyone else was too involved in their own space to know what had happened. If this was a sign of what my time at the gym was going to be like then I did not want to be apart of it. Back in high school I would have stopped and relied on my natural athletic ability. I could not do that right now. I stuck with it. Everyone has a struggle face whether it's on Monday morning on your way to work, school, exercising, whatever. I hit that struggle face 500 times on the first week of working out. It's like a mix of your face looking as if it's about to cry, toughness and pain at the same time. All of that just to finish out a set.
Now I'm not perfect in this working out world but I am trying and doing what I can do. There are some exercises that Uncle Colin put on my workout regime that I just cannot do as of yet. It takes patience, which is something that I don't have a lot of. I'm used to immediate results when dealing with anything so this will definitely be a test. So yeah I started working out and it's going pretty well now. I knew that once the struggle week was done that I would end up writing about it so here you go.
Oh and props to my friend Andrea. Pronounced An-dray-uh. She said she would not accept my gchat invitation unless I wrote an article. Respect.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 2012 White House Correspondents dinner and did a wonderful job on it. Check out as he insults and makes fun of everyone in his range. Down below you can peep some more material.
Why is she jocking me? Because of my gear. Cheif Keef and Riff Raff team up for this ignorant trap sounding video and song. I'm liking Chief Keef a lot and is he ever teams up with 2 Chainz then my world is going to collapse.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
President Obama at the 2012 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D.C. He definitely went in on some folks including Donald Trump, congress, Mitt Romney, and more. Check it out.