Listen to "Neva Hafta Wurry" ft. Uncle Chucc here TRACKLISTING: 1. Get Rich And Die Tryin’ 2. Ridin’ Featuring Terace Martin Problem & Scar 3. Sexual Eruption 4. Neva Hafta Worry 5. Flashbacks Featuring Warzone 6. Fear & Respect 7. Hi-Definition (OG) Featuring Lupe Fiasco & Pooh Bear 8. Hoe, Hoe, Hoe Featuring Nate Dogg 9. Sexual Eruption (Remix) Featuring Lil’ Kim 10. Father Hood (Skit) 11. Thou Shall Not Kill Featuring Mobb Deep 12. Mind Right Featuring Lil Wayne & Katt Williams 13. What It Do (4:07) 14. Sensual Seduction (Remix) Featuring Robyn 15. Blast Featuring Kurupt
In a statement released today Q-tip supports Obama. "We are in the midst of a very important time in our history. The world is fixated on an American election for many obvious reasons. Abroad, young Americans are dying in a poorly managed and ill-conceived war. America’s prestige as a moral leader has suffered as a result of a divisive approach to foreign policy. Unfair trade practices have resulted in the loss of countless jobs and toxic products for children have reached our shores. Untold millions are unable to pay their mortgages and afford the cost of gas. Global warming and its effects are spreading at an unchecked pace, and special interests have frozen the nation’s governance into inaction. Given this disturbing climate at home and abroad, it is imperative that we break out of old habits and politics as usual. It is time we endorse real change. This is why I endorse Senator Barack Obama for President. I have been blessed with the opportunity to be apart of a great American culture with the Hip Hop movement. The music that I created was inspired by fresh, new ideas in expression. I have always strived to let that sentiment live in my music. Hip Hop continues to be a mighty voice for the disenfranchised, the disillusioned and poor. Senator Obama offers the best opportunities for all of us who fit these descriptions. A large amount of us still remain unregistered to vote, and Barack Obama not only represents unification of our communities by his presidential platform but the ignition of the light that remains untouched by any political figure. Hip Hop culture was the product of the impoverished who found strength and solace in this music phenomenon. It is a transformational art form born of neighborhoods where crime and drugs were on the rise and self-esteem was sinking. The education system was failing, and the odds were against us. But as a people, we persevered. I know about having true substance, new ideas and a desire for fundamental change like Senator Obama. This is not an emotional decision, although I am moved by Obama’s American story. I am endorsing Barack Obama because I feel that we can benefit greatly from a leader that offers sound judgment and experience rooted in the lives of real people. We can change our economy. We can change our health care. We can change the course of the Iraq war. We can change our neighbor’s minds about nuclear weapons. The only way we can have this renaissance is with the Senator from Illinois as President of the United States. We are on the brink of moving past our stigmas and preconceived thoughts to make a substantive decision for change… The change is Barack Obama." source
50 Cent and Robert De Niro cover the March ‘08 issue of Vibe Magazine and discuss why it’s cool to play a gangster. Is it ok to play a gangster? 50 Cent: “Actors are imitating life. That exists. People who don’t actually follow the rules. So for an actor to create a project to show people what actually happens, that’s cool.” De Niro : “Movies are like dreams, an expression of people’s subconscious, what they feel, what they would want to do but wouldn’t do … And we all know the difference between reality and fiction.“
The video features Will.I.Am, Common, John Legend, Nick Cannon, Tatyana Ali & more.
by AF Congratulations to the New York Giants for defeating the previously undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. The final score, Giants 17, Patriots 14. It was a very well played and hard fought game by both teams.
In a new interview with Giant Magazine, which hits stands Feb. 11th, Erykah speaks on her past relationships and the new album. What have they given you? “Just so much musical freedom. Common is the most humble person I ever met. Kind and generous. He reinforced that in me. Andre is very creative and artistic . All of that that you see of him, that’s all him. That’s how he is, and that gave me a creative push, too.” “With Andre, we were both very young, so we didn’t know what we wanted or anything. We just knew we were in love, and we didn’t care who saw us. With Common, it was a little bit more mature.” Check out her E Card here
Yes, reports are going around that ya girl gave birth to her 5th child with Rohan Marley.
by AF Wesley Snipes was cleared on tax fraud and conspiracy. However, he was found guilty on three misdemeanor charges of failing to file tax returns. He was found guilty by three out of six jurors of the failure to file charges. He faces a maximum one-year sentence on each.
does Toni Braxton have on?
by AF Sources are saying that the Memphis Grizzles are sending Pau Gasol to the Lakers in exchange for Kwame Brown, Jarvis Crittenton, and first round picks in 2008 and 2010. The Lakers with Bryant, Odom, Bynum, and & Gasol can now make a strong push toward the NBA Championship.
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