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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Bobby Blue Bland feat. Yo Gotti - Ain't No Sunshine [In Studio Video]

Bobby Blue Bland and Yo Gotti picture
Bobby Blue Bland feat. Yo Gotti - Ain't No Sunshine [In Studio Video]

Yo Gotti lays some bars on Ain't No Sunshine sung by Bobby Blue Bland.  This was historical for me to see Yo Gotti to be in the studio with a Blues Legend.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Weigh-In Live: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2 - SHOWTIME Boxing (video)

Mayweather vs. Maidana 2
Weigh-In Live: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2 - SHOWTIME Boxing (video)
Weigh-In Live: Mayweather vs. Maidana 2 - SHOWTIME Boxing (video)

Friday, September 12, 2014

Witnesses: Michael Brown's hands were up [Video]

Mike Brown Ferguson Missouri
Witnesses: Michael Brown's hands were up [Video]
Witnesses: Michael Brown's hands were up. Two men, shocked at what they saw, describe an unarmed teenager with his hands up in the air as he’s gunned down by a police officer. They were contractors doing construction work in Ferguson, Missouri, on the day Michael Brown was killed.

 And the men, who asked not to be identified after CNN contacted them, said they were about 50 feet away from Officer Darren Wilson when he opened fire. An exclusive cell phone video captures their reactions during the moments just after the shooting. “He had his f**n hands up,” one of the men says in the video. The man told CNN he heard one gunshot, then another shot about 30 seconds later.

Ebro tries to get Jim Jones to respond to his twitter beef with Dame Dash

Jim Jones Hot 97
Ebro tries to get Jim Jones to respond to his twitter beef with Dame Dash

Ebro tries to get Jim Jones to respond to his twitter beef with Dame Dash. Legendary Harlem rapper, Jim Jones made his return to Hot 97 to promote his recently released EP, We Own the Night, Pt. 2: Memoirs of

a Hustler. The interview opened up on the new project, where he revealed features consisting of Cam’ron, Jadakiss, and Yo Gotti among many more. Things soon transitioned to his reality series on VH1 with

Chrissy, where he cited the two plans to release a new show with a different outlook on their personal, in comparison to their previous show. His current issues that became public via social media were mentioned as
well, where Jimmy revealed he was just having an emotional moment to vent on Dame. Laura Stylez would soon bring up the G-Unit vs. Dipset vs. LOX vs. Street Family Tour they’re trying to push for the fans; where
Jim Jones revealed him and his crew had been dreaming of doing the festivities for nearly a decade.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Iggy Azalea responds to Sextape Rumors Via Twitter

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea respnds to Sextape Rumors Via Twitter

 Iggy Azalea responds to Sextape Rumors Via Twitter

I'm not going to lie. When I saw Iggy Azalea's video "Pussy" a few years ago, I knew she was going to be a star. I even put it on my mixtape Chopping Game Radio 16 track 2.

 Amethyst Amelia Kelly (born 7 June 1990), better known by her stage name Iggy Azalea (/əˈzeɪljə/), is an Australian recording artist and model from Mullumbimby, New South Wales. She left for the United States

at the age of 16, to pursue a career in hip hop music, first residing in Miami, Florida, and then other parts of southern United States, including Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia. She first gained recognition after the

respective music videos for her controversial songs "Pu$$y" and "Two Times" went viral on YouTube. In September 2011, she released her debut mixtape Ignorant Art and subsequently aligned herself with Atlanta-

based rapper T.I. In March 2012, T.I. announced Azalea's signing to his record label imprint Grand Hustle, as a result she released an EP executive produced by T.I., titled Glory, in July 2012. She later went into

professional modeling, when she became represented by Wilhelmina Models and was announced the "New Face of Levi Jeans". Also in 2012, Azalea became both the first female and the first non-American rapper to

be featured on XXL's annual Top 10 Freshman cover issue. After label conflicts, her debut studio album The New Classic was finally released on 21 April 2014, under Virgin EMI and Def Jam Recordings. The album

debuted inside the top five of several charts worldwide and received generally mixed reviews. The album was preceded by four singles, "Work", "Bounce", "Change Your Life" (featuring T.I.) and "Fancy" (featuring

Charli XCX). "Fancy" went on to reach number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, with Azalea becoming only the fourth solo female rapper ever to top the Hot 100. Additionally, with Azalea featured on

Ariana Grande's single "Problem", which rose to number two on the Hot 100, the same week "Fancy" topped the chart, Azalea joined English rock band The Beatles and R&B singer Ashanti as the only acts

 to rank at numbers one and two simultaneously with their first two Hot 100 hits.[3] Additionally, Azalea went on to pass Lil' Kim as the female rapper with the longest-leading number one single on the Billboard

Hot 100 and moved into a tie for fifth place, among lead women who have scored the longest commands on the Hot 100 this decade.[4][5] Early life Iggy Azalea was born Amethyst Amelia Kelly in Sydney, Australia.

 Her family relocated to Mullumbimby, New South Wales, when she was still an infant. The family lived in a house that her father built by hand from mud bricks, surrounded by 5 hectares of land.[6][7][8] Her father,

Brendan Kelly, was a painter and comic artist, while her mother, Tanya, cleaned holiday houses and hotels.[9][10] Azalea has said that her father "made her look at [art] as a teenager", which has always influenced

her life and work.[8] Azalea began rapping at age 14.[7] Before embarking on a solo career, Azalea formed a group with two other girls from her neighbourhood: "I was like, I could be the rapper. This could be like

TLC. I'll be Left Eye."[11] Azalea eventually decided to disband the group because the other girls weren't taking it seriously: "I take everything I do serious [sic]. I'm too competitive."[11] In pursuit of her desire to

move to America, Azalea dropped out of high school. She worked and saved the money she earned by cleaning hotel rooms and holiday houses with her mother. She claims to have hated school, which, apart from

art class, only made her miserable. She also said she had no friends and was teased for her homemade outfits.[12] Azalea travelled to the United States in 2006, right before she turned 16. She told her parents

she was going "on a holiday" with a friend, but eventually decided to stay and shortly afterwards told them she was not coming back home: "I was drawn to America because I felt like an outsider in my own country,

 I was in love with hip hop, and America is the birthplace of that, so I figured the closer I was to the music, the happier I'd be. I was right."[13][14] She recalled: "My mum was crying, saying, 'Just be safe.' I was

thinking, 'I'm going by myself. I'm fucking crazy!"[12] After her arrival in America, she obtained her GED[15] and resided in the U.S. on a visa waiver for six years, leaving the country every three months to

renew it. She is currently in the country on a five-year O visa, having previously earned money illegally.[16] Music career 2010–11: Moving to America and career beginnings When she first arrived in the United

States, she stayed in Miami, Florida, and afterwards lived briefly in Houston, Texas, Azalea settled for a few years in Atlanta, Georgia, working with a member of the Dungeon Family named Backbone. She took her

stage name from the name of her childhood dog, Iggy, and the street she grew up on, Azalea Street, where her family lives to this day.[17] She said people would laugh at her because "they thought my raps sucked." But having grown up getting laughed at, she was able to shrug it off.[18] Meanwhile, she'd met someone

from Interscope Records who kept encouraging her to move to Los Angeles, and so in the summer of 2010, she decided to do so. She was briefly managed by Interscope.[13][14][18] In 2011, Azalea began

uploading a number of videos featuring her freestyling on YouTube, that subsequently went viral.[citation needed] Azalea's career began to flourish when her first official music video, for a song titled "Pu$$y", was

uploaded on her YouTube channel. On 27 September 2011, Azalea released her first full-length project, a mixtape titled Ignorant Art, saying she made it "with the intent to make people question and redefine old

ideals".[19] Her song "Pu$$y", was included on the mixed tape and features guest appearances from YG, Joe Moses, Chevy Jones, and Problem. In November 2011, she released a music video for her song "My World", directed by Alex/2tone. The video features a cameo appearance from character actor and former

wrestler Tiny Lister, which earned her more attention due to its rising popularity online.[20] "It's supposed to have like, all the ridiculousness of a big-budget '90s video, but then chopped and screwed," said Azalea, of the video.[21] In December 2011, Azalea revealed she would release her debut studio album, entitled The

New Classic, as soon as she signed a major record label deal: "Once that's sorted out and I establish an overall sound and direction for the album, I will be able to know what artists would make for a dynamic collaboration".[22] On 11 January 2012, Azalea released the music video for "The Last Song", her third

video from Ignorant Art.[23] In an interview with Billboard, released on 27 January, Azalea hinted at an Interscope Records signing, while also revealing hopes of releasing The New Classic in June, and for her debut single to precede it in March.[24] 2012: Label issues and Glory Main article: Glory (EP) "I'm working

with a different production company for my album than what I did for my mixtape [Ignorant Art], and I don't know who yet. I'm still looking. T.I.'s gonna be helping me with it, kinda like A&Ring, kinda like executive-producing. He called me up and was like, 'Yo.' And I was like, 'Definitely. You're Tip. I love you,

of course.' So he's gonna be kinda helping me out, like just kinda reaching out to people and helping me find production and pointing me in the direction of things that I might like. We're gonna start on that next week

together. I'll probably fly out to Atlanta and we'll do it in between there because he's weird with traveling and stuff. I understand. We're in touch with each other. I have legal issues, he has legal issues. I get it. So

hopefully that will be really dynamic and it'll help speed things along." — Azalea speaking on her phone call and decision to work with T.I.[25] Iggy Azalea reached out to Southern rapper T.I., for the direction of her

debut album. T.I. was set to executive produce The New Classic, soon after a phone call the two had. At the time, Azalea was eyeing a summer release for The New Classic: "Hopefully if all goes to plan, my album will be out in June and I'll have it recorded by the end of the month."[25] However, after Interscope did not allow T.I. to be an on-going part of her deal, Azalea opted not to sign with the major label and stay

independently signed to Grand Hustle Records, until the release of her first album, which had then been postponed.[26] In early 2012, Azalea was featured on the cover of XXL, as part of its annual "Top 10 Freshman List", along with fellow up-and-coming rappers French Montana, MGK, Danny Brown, Hopsin,

and Roscoe Dash.[27] On 1 March 2012, T.I. announced he signed Azalea to Grand Hustle Records, along with rappers Chip and Trae tha Truth.[28][29] On 26 March 2012, Azalea posted "Murda Bizness", the intended lead single for The New Classic, on her YouTube account. The song was produced by Bei Maejor

and features a verse from her Grand Hustle label-boss T.I.. Azalea in September 2012 In April 2012, via her Twitter feed, Azalea announced plans to release an extended play (EP) entitled Glory, later in May: "I'm just onto something right now, the last two weeks and it's glory. Azaleans need something new."[30] Also in April, Azalea starred alongside Grammy-nominated producer Diplo and FKi in the world's first fully

interactive 'shoppable' music video for Canadian fashion retailer, SSENSE.[31] In May 2012, it was confirmed by T.I., on MTV's HipHopPov, that Azalea had not yet secured distribution for her deal with Grand Hustle Records, and was described by T.I. as a "free agent". It was later revealed in the interview that

 she is in negotiations with labels other than Interscope and possibly Def Jam (wherein Bu Thiam, whom of which originally placed a bid to sign her is VP of A&R).[32] Azalea was also featured on Steve Aoki and Angger Dimas' collaborative electronic track "Beat Down", which was released on 31 May 2012.[33]

 On 24 June 2012, Azalea released "Millionaire Misfits", the second offering from her EP Glory; the first being "Murda Bizness". On 21 July, the official music video for "Murda Buziness" was released online.[34] Glory, although not released in May, as it was originally scheduled, was released 30 July 2012. Azalea was

also one of the acts on MTV's 2012 'Closer To My Dreams Tour', along with Tyga and Kirko Bangz.[35] On 28 September 2012, Azalea announced she would be releasing her second mixtape on 11 October 2012. Titling it TrapGold, the mixtape was produced entirely by Diplo and FKi. She later premiered teaser visuals for the track "Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)".[36] On 9 October 2012, Azalea made her US national

television debut, appearing alongside T.I., B.o.B and other Grand Hustle artists in a cypher, at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards.[37] Later that month, she embarked on yet another North American mini-concert tour with Roc Nation singer-songwriter Rita Ora, on the MTV Presents The ORA Tour.[38] Azalea then headlined a tour in Europe to support TrapGold.[39] On 16 December 2012, Azalea performed live

alongside Natasha Bedingfield and Bootsy Collins, covering Deee-Lite's 1990 hit disco song "Groove Is in the Heart", on the annual television show VH1 Divas. 2013–present: The New Classic Main article: The New Classic In January and February 2013, while working on her upcoming singles and The New Classic,

 which was announced to be released in the summer, Azalea was the opening act for Rita Ora's Radioactive Tour, in the United Kingdom.[40] As part of her set for Ora's Radioactive Tour, Azalea premiered her commercial debut single "Work", which also serves as the lead single for her debut album. The single

premiered on BBC Radio 1Xtra on 11 February 2013.[41] On 13 February 2013, it was announced Azalea had signed a record deal with Mercury Records.[42] The music video for her debut single "Work", was directed by Jonas & François and released 13 March 2013.[43] In March 2013, Azalea also joined

renowned East Coast rapper Nas, on the European leg of his 'Life Is Good Tour'.[44] A young blond woman singing into a microphone on stage in front of an audience. She is wearing a pink-purple top and grey shorts as yellow stage lighting is shone upon her. Her right hand is in the air and her left hand is holding the

microphone. Azalea performing at the Irving Plaza in New York City on The New Classic Tour (2014). On 15 April 2013, Vevo announced Azalea as its second LIFT artist of 2013 and that she would film live festival performances, fashion and style pieces and behind-the-scenes interviews as part of the eight-week-long campaign. It was also revealed that the music video for her second single "Bounce", would premiere on

Vevo at the end of the month.[45] On 16 March 2013, it was announced that Azalea would perform in the beneficent concert "Chime for Change", scheduled to take place on 1 June in London, alongside Beyoncé, John Legend and others.[46] On 23 April 2013, Azalea announced that she had signed a solo record deal

with Island Def Jam.[47] On 26 April 2013, Azalea's second European single "Bounce", premiered on BBC Radio 1.[48] Azalea then revealed, that the second American, and third international single taken from her debut album, is titled "Change Your Life", and features a verse from T.I.. She also mentioned she would be heard singing for the first time on the record. Azalea also confirmed that she is not signed to Grand Hustle Records, however heavily affiliated with the label.[49] On 25 May 2013, Azalea as part of Radio 1's Big

Weekend in Derry, performed an acclaimed carnival themed set on the In New Music We Trust stage. The setlist contained songs from previous EP's and album material such as "Bounce" and "Work". The show was the start of a short set of UK pre-album promotional appearances.[50] In June 2013, Azalea confirmed that the album was nearly finished and that it's slated for release in September 2013.[51] On 29 July 2013,

Azalea revealed she will be opening for Beyoncé on the 17-date Australia leg of her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in October and November.[52] The third single from The New Classic, titled "Change Your Life", was premiered by BBC Radio 1Xtra's MistaJam, on 19 August 2013.[53][54][55] On 3 October 2013, Azalea made her first appearance on BET's 106 & Park, where she was interviewed and

performed "Change Your Life", alongside T.I.[56][57][58] Azalea's debut album was slated for an October release but in an interview with Australia's Herald Sun, she revealed due to other commitments such as supporting Beyoncé on her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour her record label would not allow her to release The New Classic until March 2014. She said: "The official date? Fucked if I know! It's done, it's so

depressing to say this but it's the beginning of March, it's so far away but I just have to accept that." She explained the reasons behind the delay: "It was supposed to be October but obviously I'm going on tour with Beyoncé and they said I'm not allowed to put an album out while I'm on tour because I'll be trapped in

Australia and I won't be able to do any TV appearances and I thought that's fair enough, that's three weeks and then they said 'You can't put an album out around Christmas time, that's a bad time' and I said 'What about January?' 'Well nobody gets back off holidays and then it's the BRIT Awards, you can't release an

album, it's terrible for marketing' which brings me to February."[59] On 10 November, Azalea performed "Blurred Lines" with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards.[60] On 5 December 2013, an unfinished song by Azalea, which surfaced with the title "Leave It" and the tag "produced by DJ Mustard", was leaked online.[61][62][63] Azalea later revealed the song was in fact produced by The Invisible Men and The Arcade, whom she collaborated with on the entire album.[64] On 5 February 2014, Azalea announced that she would be releasing a new single titled "Fancy", featuring English singer-songwriter Charli

XCX, later that week.[65] The song was premiered on BBC Radio 1 Xtra at 7PM GMT on 6 February 2014. After the song's premiere, it was revealed "Fancy" was the song that had leaked titled "Leave It".[66] On 17 February 2014, the song was serviced to urban contemporary radio in the United Kingdom as the album's fourth single and became her highest charting song to date.[67] The music video for "Fancy", inspired by the 1995 American comedy film Clueless was released on 4 March.[68] "Fancy" went on to become Azalea's most successful single to date, becoming her first single to chart on the US Billboard Hot

100.[69] It also reached number one on Billboard's Hot Rap Songs chart,[70] as well as number one the US Dance Club Play chart.[71] Azalea's often-delayed and long-awaited debut album, The New Classic, was released on 21 April 2014.[72] Upon its release, the album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 52,000 copies in the United States. The New Classic was the highest-charting female rap album since American rapper Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (2012). Azalea also logs the highest bow for a female rapper's debut album since Pink Friday (2010), which had entered at

number two with 375,000 copies sold.[73][74] Azalea was then featured on American singer Ariana Grande's single "Problem", which was released on 28 April 2014. The song was released as the lead single from Grande's second studio album. Around this time, Azalea also appeared on Jennifer Lopez's eighth studio album, A.K.A. (2014). On 28 May 2014, The New Classic's fourth single "Fancy", reached number

one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, with Azalea becoming only the fourth solo female rapper ever to top the Hot 100. On the same day, Ariana Grande's single "Problem", featuring Azalea, rose to number two on the Hot 100, with Azalea becoming the only artist since the The Beatles, to rank at numbers one and two simultaneously, with their first two respective Hot 100 hits. "Fancy" also topped the Billboard Hot

R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart.[75] On 24 June 2014, Azalea's song "Black Widow", featuring Rita Ora, was serviced to rhythmic contemporary radio, as her debut album's fourth single in the US.[76] Source : Wikipedia

Migos - "Bando" Movie

Migos Presents Bando The Movie
Migos - "Bando" Movie

Migos - "Bando" Movie
“BANDO” is a trap musical in the spirit of “Streets Is Watching”, in which the young rap trio, Migos compiles a few of their previously released music (“Contraband”, “Birds”, “Migo Dreams” & “Bando”) into a continuous short film.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Kevin Gates Vs Young Thug? [Video]

Kevin Gates and  Young Thug picture

 I just ran across this video of Kevin Gates and Young Thug. Is this beef between the two, or is this fan made and somebody is reaching. I'm a fan of Kevin Gates and Young Thug.  I don't get tired of people pulling up bumping that "White Tan" by Kevin Gates and that "Loaded" by Young Thug and PeeWee Longway.

Hottest dance competition ever? #HotOrNot

Hot or Not
Hottest dance competition ever? #HotOrNot
Hottest dance competition ever?
See Mee More Twerk Videos Here

Gunplay Feat Rick Ross Aiight [Video]

Gunplay Feat Rick Ross Aiight Gunplay hits us with a nice visual to the song "Aiight" and a guest appearance from MMG Boss Rick Ross aka Ricky Rozay

Feds investigating body donation programs in three states

Feds investigating body donation programs in three states

Feds investigating body donation programs in three states.  Authorities are investigating programs in at least three states that collect bodies donated for scientific research, medical training and other purposes.

An FBI official in Detroit confirmed that the bureau is looking at an Oregon research center, and investigators have raided facilities in Michigan and Arizona. Besides confirming the existence of an investigation, authorities have been tight-lipped about what they are examining and why.

In February, Michigan suspended the mortuary license of Arthur Rathburn, alleging that he embalmed bodies at a Detroit address that doesn't have a funeral home license. The move came after FBI agents in hazmat suits searched the site in December.

Phone numbers for Rathburn and his business, International Biological, were disconnected.

The FBI and the Arizona attorney general's office raided Biological Resource Center in January, owner Steve Gore says in a letter on the front page of the firm's website. The company accepts donations of dead bodies and links tissues with researchers and educators, according to its website.