American Idol decided to give Randy Jackson the Axe as a Judge. He will not return in 2013 as a panelist instead he will stay on as a mentor, and still earn his retirement check. As much as I like “Dawg”, I’m glad to see his fossil asz make an exit. American Idol has cleaned house…… Tyler, Jennifer, and now Randy is out.
Mariah Carey is in, safe and secure with 18 mill, and according to Tmz Nicki Minaj deal is 99% done. She bullied her way right in there ….. a f*ckin go getter, she told Jenny from the block to move that asz over.
Nicki’s deal is ruffling a few feathers, Mariah Carey’s to be more specific. Rumor mill has it M.C. isn’t too fond of Nicki and all that asz, and that itsy bitsy waist. Hell, nobody likes to be outshined it’s a female thing instead of embracing the next chick they join the secret society of hate on you.
Diddy and Kanye West are out, their greedy asses wanted more than M.C….. picture that. Last I checked A.I. didn’t have a rap category, and this ain’t talent search seek, find, and rip off,
no offense Diddy.
Nicky is the exception, she just made it in, thank God for Booty and Beauty. It’s not official yet but, the show appears to be rocking with 4 judges this season and they’re still on the hunt.
Who would you like to see on AI’s judging table for 2013?
Artist for All Trades Mark Mouzone is more than a triple threat. He surpasses most artists today because of his ability to bring the character in the customers Imagination to life. Mark Mouzone cannot be compared to anyone, partially because those that he has been inspired by range from Picasso, Salvador Dali, Ernie Barns, Bansky, Corn Bread, Cool Earl, and Taki 183. His style is his very own because he simply loves art!
With art as his hobby, Mark has explored many different mediums. From oils on canvas Pencil, spray paint, air brush, graphic marker, Acrylic paint and digital sketch photography.
Growing up in Englewood NJ, Mark Mouzone was exposed to many different culture all of which played a major impact on his life.
Proud Husband and father, tutor and educator of children living with Autism, Mark leads a full and satisfying Life. Humbled by his everyday experiences, Mark continues to stay focus on his goal of building one of the biggest and best T-Shirt and Logo Design companies!
“With Pride in my culture, and respect for my past, a satisfying future is guaranteed.
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So Alot Things Were uncovered about Karlie Redd during Part 1 of the season finale of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. But Not one of them was her Real Age.
Redd also didnt reveal her daughters age, or who her baby daddy could be.
Our Sources Have Got the Answers.
Here is everything you ever needed to know about Miss ‘Karlie Redd’ Lewis, starting with her real age.
Our Sources Say Redd is somewhere around the Age of 46 years old,
DAMN!!!! Now thats how fine a women old enough to be my mother should look.
I Aint Mad At You Roscoe Dash!
Want to know who Karlie Redd’s Daughter is?
Redd’s daughter is also not much of a secret either, She attends one of the HBCU’s in Atlanta (Clark Atlanta University) and is Said to be between the age of 18 and 20 years old.
Who is Karlie Redd’s Baby Daddy?
Sources have revealed the 59-year-old Nathan ‘Nate’ Hill, who is now in jail for life, is the father of Keisha ‘Karlie Redd’ Lewis’ 18-year-old daughter.
Sources say, Karlie was devastated that news she had a daughter was revealed during the LHHA reunion show. She never wanted anyone to know. She didn’t want the world to know that her baby daddy is the notorious Chicago gangster, Nate Hill.
In her first interview since her incident with her soon to be ex-husband Chad Johnson, Evelyn gave an emotional interview with ABC News’ NightLine that will air tonight at 11:30PM.
I would like for him to tell me that he got help and that he is working on himself, whenever I talk to my sister or my girlfriend, I always say I want the best for him. I really do! And he is a good guy who made a bad choice. He loves football, he is very driven, a great dad. He made a bad choice that destroyed his life and I hate that I’m connected to that, I do, but it was his choice. It wasn’t mine.
Yesterday was the last day that Robin Roberts was on Good Morning America before she left for medical leave. She was leaving to have treatments before her bone marrow transplant and treatment for MDS. She left a day early to go see her ailing mother 88-year-old mother, Lucimarian Tolliver Roberts, in Mississippi. We have learned today that she got home just in time to say goodbye, because her mother has passed away yesterday.
“Robin arrived home with her sister Sally Ann forging through flooded and blocked roads [because of Hurricane Isaac] to be with her beloved Mother in time to see her….
“It has always been clear where Robin got her strength, faith and spirit. You didn’t need to look far.”
We send our condolences to her and family. And also our well wishes to her and her sister and they both prepare to give and receive bone marrow.
Chuck D has never been one to bite and tongue and the death of Violator founder Chris Lightly sent the legendary rapper into a verbal rampage. Chuck D went h.a.m on celebrities, the music industry, Clive Davis, Jimmy Lovine and Lyor Cohen.
Chris Lightly death shocked the hip hop community and strangely it was exactly one day after Futuristic Blogger posted the 10 Most Shocking Hip Hop Deaths of 2012. Chuck D claims Clive Davis, Jimmy Lovine and Lyors Cohen look at black people as lesser than and don’t consider themselves family.
HipHopNews24-7.com has paid close attention to Chuck D twitter account and we were surprise to see him go on this twitter rant. Chuck D says In 1999 BET sold to Viacom they took Tavis off, then got rid of TEENSUMMITT. Allowing black youth to never question rappers HEAD to HEAD RLT. — Futuristic Blogger
Something new from that BOON LEAGUE, repping “HIP HOP NATION.” Off of their TreyPeezy.com presents BOON LEAGUE ALBUM.
Do Da Damn Thang By Geneva GM Produced by Nix Da Beat Alien Gorilla Season comin soon
This might have been one of the biggest faux pas of the RNC…. no couf..
‘Theo vs J.J.’ picks up where ‘The Great Debater’ left off and leads you into Skyzoo’s upcoming album, “A Dream Deferred,” out 10/02 on The Faculty/Duck Down Music. Fans can stream the 12-track mixtape in its entirety on Soundcloud; download 4 tracks from the project and purchase the remaining 8 songs from the tape at iTunes for only $4.99: http://bit.ly/PO8kyM
Mixtape Stream Link: http://bit.ly/PQO4Km
In Skyzoo’s Words: “With this project, I wanted it to be a bridge between “The Great Debater” and “A Dream Deferred”. This mixtape literally picks up where “The Great Debater” left off and leads you directly into “A Dream Deferred.” The tape is split into 2 parts, Theo Huxtable and JJ Evans. The first half of the tape has me rhyming as if I were Theo, with the world from his point of view. Being well off, having to live up to a family’s expectations due to their success, etc. The second half is from JJ’s view, with the sound being slightly more aggressive and the stories built with an “in need of something” attitude. The tape is the idea of the vast contrasts of a life that my people and I dreamed of and aspired to as kids (Theo) versus a life that was more of our reality (J.J). This one is for US. Enjoy”
Hip-Hop newcomer Jon-Oh! has already scored over 26,000 views, 25.000 streams, and more than 10,000 downloads in a short period of time, “Pre-Ejaculation” is one of the most popular mixtape recently released via the #1 online mixtape platform from an up-n-coming MC.
The proud Charleston, SC native said:
“To see this many people digging my mixtape is a bit intoxicating honestly, but it also gives me the urge to put out more quality music for my fans and Hip-Hop lovers.”
Jon-Oh! aka Mr. No Condom, has been developing a strong and dedicated fan base via various online songs and videos for a short time now and it is surely only a matter of time before more people know of the name!
Jon- Oh!, the son of a hustler, got an early taste for the good life and admits his exposure to such a lifestyle heavily influenced his work-rate today. Inspired by the head-nodding Hip-Hop beats of the 90′s, Jon-oh! began to experiment with his craft writing lyrics at the tender age of ten.
With a style of his own that is rare to find, Jon-Oh! takes every element of emceeing from backpack cyphering to storytelling and weaves them as one harmonious, yet sporadic flow.
Creator of the “No Condom” concept and movement, this Charleston native infected the urban genre with his unique and fresh sound on his blazing debut mixtape, “Pre-Ejaculation”.
Question 1. So for all the people that don’t about you, let us know a little bit about what you’re doing& where you’re from.
My names Spenzo and I’m a 16 year old kid from the South side of Chicago.
Englewood to be exact. I lived in the projects on the low end in my early childhood. I’m an artist makin music about what goes on in my life and that relates to kids my age. I’m becomin the voice of the youth in my city.
Question2. We saw that video for Go Crazy. Tell us more about other song’s and what you’re working on.
“Go Crazy” was a dope video overall for me due to how everything came together for the outcome and to be what it is now. As far as other songs and videos I’m workin on, there’s one called “Star In the Makin” where it captures the idea of premeditated success for me. Another song called “Powerful Nigga”, where it shows unity and a statement being made as far as who I am and what my team stands for.
Question 3. What are some of the things that motivated you to start rapping?
Well growin up with my father being a DJ, I was born into the music background. I was always being around music in someway. As the years flew by, I started developin the confidence and recognizin the fact that I had the skill to paint pictures with words. This led to me knowin at the end of last year I needed to and started to take music seriously.
Question 4: Has Chicago Rap Scene changed From Chief Keef Hype?
No, its always been different because there’s so much talent from different people and various ways that the scene has always been different. It’s just that Keef’s type of music shot up like a rocket before everyone else’s due to him perfectin a catchier style of rap.
Question 5: What are some artists you would like to work with in the future?
I would like to Work with: Justin Beiber, Kendrick Lamar,Chris Brown, and Drake, due to them all havin something special about their music.
Question 6: Any Last Words?
Thank you for givin me the opportunity to share my story.