Archive for March, 2008

31
Mar
08

Video: Lupe Fiasco Performing @ Spring Break

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31
Mar
08

Snoop Promotes A Spider Loc vs The Game Fight

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31
Mar
08

Video: Wrestlemania XXIV- Mayweather vs Big Show

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28
Mar
08

JD Living HIS Life

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27
Mar
08

Keyshia Cole – Heaven Sent

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24
Mar
08

Day 26 – Got Me Going(OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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24
Mar
08

J-KWON IS BACK(interview)

  1. J-Kwon, nee’ Jerrell Jones, literally burst onto the music scene with his hit club1205471536-57952-c7786f075aa.jpg banger ‘Tipsy.’ Having escaped homelessness and a drug dealing past, due in large part to his timely recording contract with Jermaine Dupri’s So-So Def label, the resident St. Louis former teen rapper would then go on to release his highly anticipated solo debut, Hood Hop, in April 2004. Although two additional singles, ‘You & Me’ and, the title track, ‘Hood Hop’, failed to take off commercially, JD and J-Kwon still re-convened in the lab to begin work on what was supposed to become his, then, anxiously awaited sophomore effort, the since shelved, Louisville Slugger. J-Kwon did see a short lived career resurgence with his Petey Pablo and Ebony Eyez assisted collabo, ‘Get XXX’d,’ taken from the soundtrack to the Ice Cube starring vehicle, XXX: State of the Union. But then, he was gone… Fast forward nearly four years later, and J-Kwon is back. Armed with a brand new single, ‘Boo Boo (Holdin’ Me Down),’ and a forthcoming second album, on his very own imprint, J-Kwon is finally giving the masses a real inside look into the Man In The Mirror… , nee’ Jerrell JonesJ-Kwon, nee’ Jerrell Jones, literally burst onto the music scene with his hit club banger ‘Tipsy.’ Having escaped homelessness and a drug dealing past, due in large part to his timely recording contract with Jermaine Dupri’s So-So Def label, the resident St. Louis former teen rapper would then go on to release his highly anticipated solo debut, Hood Hop, in April 2004. Although two additional singles, ‘You & Me’ and, the title track, ‘Hood Hop’, failed to take off commercially, JD and J-Kwon still re-convened in the lab to begin work on what was supposed to become his, then, anxiously awaited sophomore effort, the since shelved, Louisville Slugger. J-Kwon did see a short lived career resurgence with his Petey Pablo and Ebony Eyez assisted collabo, ‘Get XXX’d,’ taken from the soundtrack to the Ice Cube starring vehicle, XXX: State of the Union Continue reading ‘J-KWON IS BACK(interview)’