Monday, 08 August 2011 15:24 Written by
With the new season of VH1's Basketball Wives set to premiere on August 29th, NBA star Gilbert Arenas is seeking an injunction against the series, apparently a bit miffed that his ex-fiancé and mother of his children, Laura Govan, is a cast member this season. [Read More]
After everyone is done spewing out every last opinion on Kanye West and Jay-Z's Watch The Throne -- myself included -- we'll all probably move on to the other gigantic rap album dropping this month. I'm talking about Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV, of course, which is sounding both good and average so far.
And now we have footage of what will probably one of the bigger tracks on there in "She Will," which features Drake. We don't get to really hear much of the beat or the hook, but we do get to hear some pretty hilarious bars, such as "Karma is a b*tch, but just make sure that bitch is beautiful." Next single? I'd think so.You can watch the video below. Tha Carter IV drops Aug. 29.
Checkout the video preview of our 2011 August/September iPad/Print edition of The Blueprint Magazine featuring Jennifer Lopez & R&B artist, Lloyd -- Shot in beautiful South Beach, Miami.
Friday, 05 August 2011 03:53 Written by
Kanye West and Lady Gaga aren't just innovators when it comes to music, the two pop stars are also getting on the leading edge of social media with an investment in hot New York startup Turntable.fm. The music service, which lets people play music for an audience of friends and/or strangers, recently raised $7.5 million in venture capital funding with West and Gaga among the multiple backers. [Read More]
It must be fun to be 18-years old and have millions of dollars to spend on a house. We wouldn't know anything about that, but Miley Cyrus sure does. She just traded up her $3.4 million mansion in Toluka Lake, CA for a $3.9 million spot in Studio City. "She moved in a few months ago," a source told E! "She decorated the place in her own unique style—very funky." [See More]
Episode seven of Put This On explores personal style - elegant, quirky, distinctive and everywhere in between. Field correspondent Dave Hill visits the annual meeting of the Corduroy Appreciation Club, held each year on 11/11, the date which most resembles corduroy.
He discovers a magical world, dedicated to the promotion of that most bookish of fabrics, and to the denigration of the sworn enemy of the wale: velvet. Then Roxana Altamirano brings a new Nerd Boyfriend segment, with an investigation of an icon of eccentric style, Andre Benjamin, aka Andre 3000 of Outkast.
Friday, 05 August 2011 00:35 Written by
Desperate times call for desperate measures. For Jessica Alba that means starving herself. Or something like it. The sexy actress is looking to drop weight fast after she delivers her second baby later this month.
"I have a hard time with portion control, so I have 1,200 calorie meals delivered," she tells Lucky's September issue. "But I also work out, so basically I'm starving. It sucks. I drink a lot of water."
Friday, 05 August 2011 00:29 Written by Lionel
Is there a label that gets hit with more lawsuits than Cash Money? Done Deal Enterprises, located in Waynesboro, Georgia, is suing Lil Wayne, Cash Money Records and Young Money Records for $15 million. They claim that the rapper took their copyrighted song "BedRock" and incorporated it into his own track of the same name. They also claim that they have yet to be compensated for it. [Read More]
Friday, 05 August 2011 00:25 Written by Sean
Ray Horton is definitely one of the NFL's good guys. While serving as the Steelers' secondary coach for the last few years, Horton developed a friendship with a cafeteria worker named Maurice Matthews, who always asked the coach when he'd be allowed to drive his prized 1999 Mercedes-Benz SL500. "You can't afford the gas in it," Horton used to tell him. [Read More]
Artist Chris Burden takes the iconic Hot Wheel and creates a kinetic art installation masterpiece entitled “Metropolis II”. In this behind the scenes doc, the artists sits down to explain the inspiration behind the project. The work is as amazing to look at as it is in action, the toys create a stop and go motion, as if were actual traffic.
Burden spent 4 years completing the project, which intricately displays 1500 Hot Wheels and various electric trains. Metropolis II will be unveiled to the general public this Fall at the Los Angeles Country Museum Of Art.