Though not Jay’s greatest, ‘MCHG’ takes us on a journey of wealth and success, complaints about fame, loss of religion, a tortured fatherless childhood, and a proclamation of something greater for his daughter.
Kanye West’s controversial, chart-topping ‘Yeezus’ finds itself influenced by hardcore Jamaican dancehall mixed in with acid house, electro and industrial grind beats.
J. Cole’s highly-anticipated sophomore album, ‘Born Sinner’ lives up to its rather high expectations.
Movie enthusiast Zack Mandell has no mercy on the five worst movies from 2012: ‘Total Recall,’ ‘Battleship,’ ‘Resident Evil: Retribution,’ ‘Chernobyl Diaries,’ and ‘Piranha 3DD.’
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If you’ve been on a search for a sexy version of Dorothy’s famous ruby slippers from ‘Wizard of Oz’ since childhood, the Bordello by Pleaser Teeze 10 Glitter Platform Pump in red may be perfect but there are some cons…
After almost a year we still get emails, tweets and comments from people about JobFox who despite their F rating on Better Business Bureau, continues to operate with major employers.
San Antonio, Texas-based rapper Mr. Composition has released the video for “Heart Of What,” the first track from his upcoming EP Genius Conflicted.
Popular micro-blogging platform Tumblr has recently pushed out a new user interface. Most known for their ease of use, the service allows users to post text, images, videos, links, quotes and audio to their a short-form blog.
While most of the reviews are glowing, if Bridemaids was supposed to convince the world that “chicks are funny,” we’re screwed. I love vomit, poop, and cursing as much as the next chick, but those attributes are not enough to carry this rest of this weak film.
The minute you tell me that Jill Scott has a new song my eyes widen and a few snippets of my favorite Jill songs speed through my brain. “Shame,” which features Eve — a femcee we’ve been wanting to hear something new from for a while, premiered on stupiddope.com — one of my favorite sites. As I read into the background on the track, it was described as able to “bring rays of sunshine.”
Last night I watched along with many others as one of the most intellectual discussions of Hip-hop transpired at the New York Public Library. The three men discussed in detail Jay-Z’s new book, Decoded and touched on other subjects along the way including love, politics, religion and Jay-Z forgiving his father for leaving.