- There was an Eazy-E hologram at Rock the Bells in Los Angeles. His son, Lil’ Eazy, called it beautiful.
- DMX enjoys running around naked in hotels.
- Eminem mocked Paula Patton during the Michigan-Notre Dame live broadcast. OK, not really. He was just promoting his new single “Berzerk.”
- Tamar Braxton came, saw and conquered New York City’s Esco Club with “Hot Sugar.”
- Waka Flocka, Wooh Da Kid and Bloody Jay announce their love for Elm Street Piru in the video for “Off With His Head.” Spread peace, people.
- Beyoncé’s first boyfriend, Lyndell Locke, says the “Crazy In Love” singer didn’t believe in sex before marriage, and he cheated because he couldn’t wait anymore. Read more from the propaganda-filled interview here.
- If the singles chart is any indicator, America appreciates Katy Perry’s “Roar” more than Lady Gaga’s “Applause.” The gaga lady is so furious, she doesn’t want to see your ugly faces when she walks the streets in super high heels.
- Ellie Goulding’s serene voice was paired with an even more serene video for “How Long Will I Love You,” her contribution to the About TIme soundtrack.
- T.I. appears on Audio Push’s “Theme Song” produced by Hit-Boy.
- Janelle Monáe sang “Q.U.E.E.N.” while models walked down the runway donning Rebecca Minkoff garments.
- Did you know Brandy auditioned for the role as “Dolores” in the Sparkle remake? As we know, Tika Sumpter got the part, but B’s audition landed her a starring role in BET’s The Game.
Last year, the world witnessed Iyanla Vanzant bestow her immense spiritual wisdom upon ‘Beloveds’ that desperately needed their lives fixed. Two of the most viewed episodes featured celebrities Evelyn Lozada and Maia Campbell, so it only made sense that OWN’s secret weapon kicked off the second season with quite possibly the most disturbed celebrity of all–rapper DMX. Read More
The holiday season is among us. Sleigh bells are ringing in the distance, and music veterans are reworking Christmas classics. “Georgy Porgy” collaborators Eric Benét and Faith Evans have reunited for “Christmas Without You,” a romantic record Eric produced with Demonte Posey. Read More
The Cyphers are the most exiting thing about the BET Hip Hop Awards. Various crews show off their lyrical talents in a grimy area. 2012 housed crews such as Grand Hustle, West Coast and Ruff Ryders. Watch each cypher below and let me know which was your favorite. Read More
Hilarity ensues when DMX ‘Googles’ himself for the first time. While twitching and frequently grabbing his nose, the Undisputed rapper says the words “Google” and “Blog” sound weird to him. As much as I hate to admit it, I agree with him.
X recently released Undisputed, his first album in six years. Due to low promotion among other things, the album only sold 17,000 copies in its first week. Proceeds from the first-week sales will benefit families affected by the 9-11 bombings. Read More
Earlier this year, DMX gave one of the most entertaining and honest interviews ever while on The Breakfast Club discussing his disdain for Young Money’s Drake. He returned to Power 105’s studios in support of his new album, Undisputed, but of course he talked about an array of topics not related to the LP.
X still isn’t a fan of Drake (who’s surprised?) and thinks the posthumous Aaliyah album is excessively disrespectful. In a different time, when everything wasn’t under a microscope, X would beat Drizzy to a bloody pulp in an elevator (his words, not mine).
DMX unintentionally revealed that he participated in the BET Hip Hop Awards’ Ruff Ryders cypher with Eve, Mook and Cassidy. He wants a RR reunion, but only if Drag-On is involved. Read More
Big Sean impressed a substantial audience with his debut LP, Finally Famous, but the Detroit rapper has revealed that he wasn’t particularly fond of the project. In an interview with HHW, he says his sophomore album will be vastly different than his radio-friendly debut.
J. Cole recently lit up California’s popular music festival Rock The Bells with introspective songs from his catalog. He debuted “I’m A Fool” during his set. – Miss Jia
DMX hopes to release his next album, Undisputed, on 9-11. The aggressive rapper says if they can make the date stick, he would like to donate the proceeds from the first week sales to families attached to the tragedy that happened on September 11, 2001. – The Versed
Jada Pinkett-Smith has shared a surplus of personal photos with the world, days after Willow’s creepy letter to Tupac surfaced. – iLuLuOnline
P!nk covers the latest issue of Billboard magazine. In the cover story, the bad girl of pop reveals that she prefers dancing around and singing goofy songs as opposed to conforming to the dance crave. – That Good Hit
Months ago, DMX and Machine Gun Kelly filmed the video for X’s “I Don’t Dance.” It serves as the lead single from the Ruff Ryder’s upcoming album, Undisputed. Jake Janisse directed the clip in LA, with Xzibit on set to make cameos. Read More