Two of the hardest working women in the music industry Rasheeda & Nivea, recently shot there new video. The two go in on the “Say Something” remix “. Which leaves us with only one question, “are they talking about the men in their lives” or talking about all men – – either way they are going hard. This song is off the Rasheeda “Boss Bitch Music” mixtape, – – coming soon!”
While plenty of ladies may dream of former B2K frontman Omarion as their Valentine, they may never get their wish. It seems Omarion cites “spiritual reasons” for not celebrating Valentine’s Day or any other holiday.
“I actually don’t celebrate any of the holidays…it’s more a spiritual thing. I have to go with my conscience. I just decided not [to] involve myself in Pagan holidays.”
Public Enemy’s Flava Flav might owe over 63-thousand-dollars in back child support. Then again, he might not. The mother of three of Flav’s kids, Mary Parker, successfully amended an appeal last month to a 1996 agreement. The agreement covered two of her children with the rapper and reality TV star, but she gave birth to a third child later on. Parker started the process of adding the third child to the original child support agreement in July of 2008.
Now that the agreement has been approved, Flavor Flav’s weekly child support payments have increased from 117-dollars to over 800-dollars. READ MORE
Drake has finally settled on a lead single for his upcoming, debut album “Thank Me Later.” Rapbasement.com is reporting that a track titled “Over” will serve as “Drizzy’s” first release. During a concert last week at Las Vegas’ Haze nightclub Drake told the crowd, quote, “I got this single coming out that I want y’all to watch for, the single is called ‘Over,’ so when you hear it just enjoy it man cause it’s from me to you.” “Over” is produced by Boi-1da, the man responsible for Drake’s previous hits “Best I Ever Had” and “Forever.” READ MORE
Jay-Z is reacting to the new “We Are The World 25 For Haiti” single saying, quote, “some things are just untouchable.” The rapper tells MTV.com, quote, “I know everybody is going to take this wrong…I love it, and I understand the point and think it’s great. But I think ‘We Are The World’ is like [Michael Jackson’s] “Thriller” to me. I don’t ever want to see it touched.” Jay-Z adds that while he appreciates the efforts made through the song to help the victims of the January 12th Haiti earthquake, he adds that a new song should have been written for the occasion. The legendary emcee says the track’s producer, Quincy Jones, is a “genius” who he respects very much. But he also points out that he made an effort to write a new song for Haiti.
Jay-Z says, quote, “I tried to do that with ‘Stranded’…I didn’t try to make ‘We Are The World,’ but I tried to make our take on how we felt.” Jay-Z’s “Stranded” was unveiled on the George Clooney-hosted “Hope For Haiti Now” telethon last month. The song features Rihanna, along with U2’s Edge and Bono. The video for “We Are The World 25 For Haiti” premiered before the opening ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver last Friday.
In Other News Concreteloop.com is reporting that LeBron James and Jay-Z pose for a photo with some mentoring program participants at the â€˜Sprite Two Kings Dallas Elevators Mentoringâ€™ Event on Saturday (Feb. 13) in Dallas, Texas. The program was developed to give students an opportunity to elevate their lives, through a dynamic curriculum and a series of unique professional experiences.
New Orleans emcee B.G. has entered a plea in his gun possession case. The rapper pleaded not guilty in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court last Thursday. B.G. and two other men were arrested last November after police found three weapons and loaded magazines in their vehicle.
Two of the three firearms were also reported stolen. B.G., whose real name is Christopher Dorsey, was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. Court records reveal that earlier in 2009, B.G. was arrested and booked into jail on drug charges. He was also arrested in Texas last year.
B.G. released his eleventh studio record, “Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood,” last December. The album features appearances from the likes of Lil Wayne, T.I., and Young Jeezy, and has peaked at number six on the U.S. Billboard Top Rap Albums chart.
Eve is trying to keep her name clean and recently put on the market with an asking price of $2,295,000 her Hollywood Hills home. According to property records, EveÂ purchased her homely house in the hills of Hollywood in December of 2005 for $1,775,000. Records show that the three story residence, which shares a gated driveway with another, equally architecturally challenged house, measures 4,297 square feet and includes 4 bedrooms and 5 bath. LEASE OPTION: $15,000/MOÂ Â Shot out to Rhymeswithsnitch.com for the story.
In other news, Eve has left Interscope records and plans to release a new album titled â€œLip Lockâ€ later this year. SheÂ is part of a U.S. Senate investigation into the illicit laundering of millions of foreign dollars by her former boyfriend, Teodorin Nguema Obiang.