Saturday, September 30, 2006

The Janet machine

Janet Jackson has to hustle to keep up with the twenty something singing divas out there . She was on Oprah , the NBC morning show and most recently on King mag(she has done 10 other various covers as well)


Former two-time heavyweight champ Mike Tyson admitted the reason for launching "Mike Tyson's World Tour," a series of four-round exhibitions bouts, is that he needs the money and thinks it will help him feel better about himself.
Tyson, who had ring earnings of more than $300 million, is bankrupt and has a long list of creditors to pay.
"If I don't get out of this financial quagmire there's a possibility I may have to be a punching bag for somebody," Tyson said Thursday at a news conference in Youngstown, Ohio. "The money I make here isn't going to help any of my bills really from a tremendous standpoint, but I'm going to feel better about myself. I'm not going to be depressed."
Tyson was at the 6,000-seat Chevrolet Centre to announce an Oct. 20 exhibition bout against former sparring partner Corey "T-Rex" Sanders. The exhibition will be part of a pay-per-view card that will include other officially sanctioned fights.
"Hopefully, he's gentle and kind to me," Tyson joked. "Whatever happens, happens. If he starts winging, I'm going to start winging."

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Friday, September 22, 2006

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Chingy Album : Hood Star
Release Date : September 19, 2006
Label : Slot-O-Lot Records

Review :
The St. Louis MC, who reaped multiplatinum success with his 2003 summer smash "Right Thurr" and his subsequent debut album, Jackpot, has been lying low on the music front since his sophomore LP, 2004’s Powerballin’ failed to garner the same success as its triple-platinum predecessor. Chingy is getting ready to release his first single "Nasty Girl" off his his new album "Hood Star" (expected release early 2006). Mannie Fresh, Timbaland, Pauly Paul and the Trak Starz produced cuts on the LP.

After a very public dispute and split with his former Disturbing Tha Peace family, Ching-A-Ling is now at his own crossroads, balancing beefs with former ally and recent acting phenom Ludacris and Midwest ambassador Nelly with rumors of ripping off his own crew, the Git It Boyz.

Chingy’s third album "Hood Star" will include The Get It Boys, Three Six Mafia, Mannie Fresh, Janet Jackson, DJ Quik, Lil Scrappy, Young City, Spiff and Jody Breeze. Production will come from The Trak Starz, Mannie Fresh, Kwame, Timbaland, DJ Quik, DJ Smurf, Voodoo, DJ Paul & Juicy J, Pauly Paul and others.

Tracks :
1. Intro (Ridin’ Wit Me)
2. Hands Up
3. Club Gettin’ Crowded (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (Prod. by DJ Paul & Juicy J)
4. Nike Aurrs & Crispy Tees (Prod. by Pauly Paul)
5. Bounce That (Prod. by Track Starz)
6. Cadillac Door (w/ Midwest City) (Prod. by Midwest City)
7. Dem Jeans (w/ Jermaine Dupri) (Prod. by Jermaine Dupri)
8. Pullin’ Me Back (w/ Tyrese)
9. U A Freak (Nasty Girl) (Prod. by Mr. Collipark)
10. Brand New Kicks (w/ Mannie Fresh) (Prod. by Mannie Fresh)
11. Ass N Da Aurr (w/ Spiffy)
12. Let Me Luv U (Prod. by Timbaland)
13. Let’s Ride (w/ Fatman Scoop) (Prod. by Kwame)

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Whitney Quits Bobby - Jay Z Quits retirement

The shakey marriage of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown — which withstood drug addiction, Brown's numerous arrests, the decline of Houston's once-sparkling image and domestic abuse allegations — is coming to an end.

Grammy-winning, superstar singer Whitney Houston filed for divorce after 14 years of marriage to Bobby Brown.

Brown's lawyer said Houston had filed papers for a legal separation.

When they wed in 1992 the union seemed to be a mismatch. Houston — once one of the best-selling singers in history — was a glamorous, pop superstar with a super-clean, princess-like persona, whereas Brown, who rose to fame as a member of the boy band New Edition before striking out on his own, was a sometimes coarse R&B singer with a more street-wise image.

But as the years wore on, it would become hard to determine which one was more troubled. Brown — best known for hits like "My Prerogative" and "Every Little Step" — would be arrested numerous times for drugs and alcohol, while Houston's own battles with substance abuse tarnished her image.

"It takes two to make things work, so I have to be there for her just like she was there for me when I went through my rehab stint Bobby told told "Access Hollywood".

The couple did separate for a time a few years ago, but their marriage endured, despite rumors and speculation. Their life was put on display last year with Brown's reality series, "Being Bobby Brown" on Bravo. The show actually made Brown look like a stable influence, while a jittery Houston was on display; the couple often crudely talked about their marriage and love life.

Recently, Houston has made attempts to clean up her public image. On Tuesday night, she attended a public event with cousin Dionne Warwick and mogul and mentor Clive Davis in Beverly Hills. And she is working on an album of new material; she hasn't released a record since 2002.

Her musician husband recently reunited with New Edition for a show at July's Essence Musical Festival. The show got mixed reviews from the audience when Brown jumped suggestively around the stage and made vulgar remarks about his sex life with Houston.

Call him Michael Jordan of rap. Jay-Z, who said 2003's "The Black Album" would be his last, is out of retirement and releasing a new CD.

"Kingdom Come" will drop in the fall "It was the worst retirement in history," Jay said.
Actually, his retirement career was all good. In 2004, hebecame president and CEO of Def Jam Recordings. He became part owner of the New Jersey Nets that same year. Also on his resume: Boyfriend of Beyonce.

Since his "retirement," he's gone on a world tour, performed on hit records with Beyonce and other entertainers, and had a profile higher than most working rappers.
"Something, when you love it, is always tugging at you and itching, and I was putting it off and putting it off. I started fumbling around to see if it felt good," he said.

Friday, September 8, 2006

YOU NEED These in yo LIFE

Dont Sleep on LUPE FIASCO


what if Al Pacino looks like this now on purpose?
What if condeleeza had this movie star body? HA!

Thursday, September 7, 2006


tom cruise introduces his baby to the world via vanity
beyonce make the europe version cover of vanity fair
Janet does Ebony Mag

Lionel Richie and daughter both have new music

Lionel Richie is back with new song that is pretty good,much better than that overlooked album 2 years ago......daughter nicole has a voice for pop radio.
she sings way better than former buddy paris hilton,but she cant compete with beyonce , mariah , or mary j blige baby!!!

HOT 100 Billboard

Justin Timberlake's "SexyBack" held the No. 1 title on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for a second week Thursday.

Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie's "London Bridge" was steady at No. 2, Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" climbed one to No. 3, and the Pussycat Dolls' "Buttons" featuring Snoop Dogg rose one to No. 4.

Sean Paul's "(When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me" featuring Keyshia Cole fell two to No. 5, while elly Furtado's "Promiscuous" featuring Timbaland held at No. 6.

Singer Ne-Yo's "Sexy Love" slipped one to No. 8, but rose one place to lead the Hot Ringtones chart, ending the 14-week run of Koji Kondo's "Super Mario Brothers Theme," which fell to No. 2.

Nickelback's "Far Away" ascended two places to No. 9 on the Hot 100, and Cassie's "Me & U" fell three to No. 10.

The Pack's "Vans" earned the chart's top debut at No. 58. Also new were Lloyd Banks' "Hands Up" featuring 50 Cent (No. 84), Diddy's "Come To Me" featuring Nicole Scherzinger (No. 93), Birdman & Lil Wayne's "Stuntin' Like My Daddy" (No. 95), Rick Ross' "Push It" (No. 97) and OutKast's "Idlewild Blue (Don'tchu Worry 'Bout Me)" (No. 100).

Strange NEWS

This man is awaiting verification from Guinness ,he is the smallest
man he weighs 10 lbs and is 19inches tall from nepali india

Not a good place to hide a cellphone....
- Four prisoners in an El Salvador jail hid cellphones, a phone charger and spare chips in their bowels so they could coordinate crimes from their cells, prison officials said on Wednesday.

The four men, all gang members, wrapped their phones and accessories in plastic and inserted them into their rectums "far enough to reach their intestines," Ramon Arevalo, director of the maximum security prison, said.

The men, members of the ultra-violent Mara Salvatrucha street gang and the first in El Salvador known to go to such lengths to make phone calls in jail, used the cellphones to manage robberies, blackmail and murders outside, Arevalo said.

The Zacatecoluca prison goes by the nickname "Zacatraz," after the famously secure U.S. island penitentiary Alcatraz.

Paris CanT Get IN

Poor Paris she couldnt get in Bungalo 8 in NYC where diddy was throwing
a bash the other was at capacity no exceptions....why is she looking like that? And standing with her foot bent over like little girl?

Monday, September 4, 2006

Beyonce's B-Day bash NYC 40/40 club

kelly rowland

bobby valentino & solange knowles
bey & mom
diddy /loon
carl thomas/ loon
l.a. reid and rhianna

Sunday, September 3, 2006

VMA Awards 2006 FAV Pics

These are some of the best and most interesting pics from VMA 2006..The VMA awards was boring except for beyonce's performance anyway.

The new Vanilla Ice?

Well paul wall and bubba sparx dont have a thing to worry about for title of best white rapper, but kevin federline does sound better than vanilla ice!
peep his new video "lose control"

Saturday, September 2, 2006

Worst I have seen this year!

who is that black girl?? Cameron Diaz!
Serena looks like a tranny!
Aretha franklin needs to put those away they are toxic!

Friday, September 1, 2006


Lil Kim

BEYONCE VMA Awards performance

Best Male Video: James Blunt, "You're Beautiful"
Best Female Video: Kelly Clarkson, "Because of You"
Best Group Video: The All-American Rejects, "Move Along"
Best Rap Video: Chamillionaire, "Ridin' "
Best R&B Video: Beyonce featuring Slim Thug, "Check on It"
Best Hip-Hop Video: Black Eyed Peas, "My Humps"
Best Dance Video: Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg, "Buttons"
Best Rock Video: A.F.I., "Miss Murder"
Best Pop Video: Pink, "Stupid Girls"
Best New Artist in a Video: Avenged Sevenfold, "Bat Country"
Viewer's Choice: Fall Out Boy, "Dance, Dance"
Best Direction in a Video: Gnarls Barkley, "Crazy"
Best Choreography in a Video: Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean, "Hips Don't Lie"
Best Special Effects in a Video: Missy Elliott, "We Run This"
Best Art Direction in a Video: Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Dani California"
Best Editing in a Video: Gnarls Barkley, "Crazy"
Best Cinematography in a Video: James Blunt, "You're Beautiful"
Ringtone of the Year: Fort Minor, "Where'd You Go"
Best Videogame Soundtrack: Marc Ecko's Getting Up
Best Videogame Score: Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Video Vanguard Award: Hype Williams