RHOA star Nene Leakes is launching a fashion line. CourtneyLuv.com reports that  an announcement tied to Licensing Expo 2012, currently going on in Las Vegas, that it intends to “leverage NeNe’s position in pop culture to offer consumers fashion-forward, affordable apparel and accessories, designed to empower women to walk into a room and ‘own it’ — like NeNe herself.” READ MORE

Oprah meets the Kardashians on the next new episode of “Oprah’s Next Chapter.” The reality TV family will sit down with media mogul Oprah Winfrey for what’s being billed as the family’s first TV interview. READ MORE

Shad Gregory Moss the son of the lovely Teresa Caldwell and Alfonso Moss.


At age three, he became interested in rap. using the name “Kid Gangsta”, he began rapping recreationally at age six; he was also a fan of N.W.A at that age.


In 1993, he performed at a concert in Los Angeles, and was noticed by rapper Snoop Dogg, who subsequently gave him a stage name, “Bow Wow”.


As Lil’ Bow Wow, he released his first album, Beware of Dog in 2000 at age 13, which was followed by Doggy Bag 2001. In 2003, Bow Wow released his third album Unleashed, which was the first album released without using Lil’ in his name. 12 yaears later he’s still out here doing his thang… READ MORE

Director Gabriel Hart, Jadakiss, Pusha-T, and Bangladesh
100 Pusha Jada Bang 2 Chainz AIIVx Clean mix 1 http://db.tt/d30ioX48

Pusha T sported his matching hat and shirt from his new clothing line “Playa Cloths” as he lyrically rocked it in Bangladesh (Producer) /artist/Rapper with his new single “100”. We caught Jadakiss joining the 2 in the cut on Metropolitan Pkwy. Looks like Mr. Bangladesh getting his 2012 Dr Dre on .Can’t wait to see what Banging Beats he has in store for himself. Check out the new single and let us know what you think.

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Jay-Z is powering up his high wattage portfolio with a new business venture.


The rapper is teaming up with battery maker Duracell and Powermat to launch what they’re calling a Wireless Power Nation.


It’s essentially a wireless charging system that allows users to power up their phones, or other wireless devices, simply by placing them on Powermat-equipped charging stations.


Plans call for these charging stations to be installed on tables and bars in coffee shops, restaurants, clubs, gyms and other public venues.

There will even be a Google app that will share locations of nearby Powermat hot spots. READ MORE

Ocho is back home… Sources reports Chad Ochocinco,  signed with the Miami Dolphins four days after being released by the New England Patriots, reports ESPN. “Congrats to Chad,” tweeted his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. “It’s nice to come home.”

Even thought the 34-year-old Ochocinco, a Miami native, made the Pro Bowl six times -most recently in 2009 – he had only a minor role in his lone season with the Patriots, catching 15 passes for 276 yards.


And now that Ochocinco is back in the football saddle, maybe won’t have to take the offer he was made by adult site “Pornhub”.


If you haven’t heard, the flashy wide receiver was offered $69,000 by to change his name. “PornHub”, tweeted Ochocinco about the name change and told their followers about the deal they offered him.


Via Twitter, the “Pornhub” folks told said, “We offered @ochocinco $69,000 to change his name to Chad Seisnueve. We have yet to hear back.” READ MORE

Former member of Love a d Hip Hop star Chrissy Lampkin recently revealed that she and fiance Jim Jones have landed their own reality tv show. She told VIBE,

“Jimmy and I have our own show now. There’s definitely gonna be drama. We love each other but we don’t always see eye-to-eye.”

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Lil’ Cease claims he never said anything during her perjury trial that led to her incarceration.


HipHopDx, reports Back in 2005, Lil’ Cease took the stand and testified against Lil’ Kim in her perjury trial that eventually led to her spending a year and a day in prison.


But he maintains that he never snitched on his former ally.
During an interview with ThisIs50.com, Cease-A-Leo said that he never said anything that led to her guilty verdict and that he was a victim of media manipulation.


“The way the media made it, they made it seem like it was something more than what it was. It wasn’t that much of a thing. Just the fact that I was on that stand, it made it look funny. It’s public records, it’s paperwork. I can’t hide my government name. I put out albums before.”