This even sounds better live, so he gets a huge pass for looking like ODB in this rousing performance of his hit single ‘i’ on snl.
This is a Must Watch for everybody.
Jeff interviews author John Potash, topics include: the corrupt oligarchy, Tupac Shakur, Tupac was an an activist before becoming a rapper, FBI war on Tupac Shakur, Black Panthers as community activists, Huey Newton, Black Panther Cubs, Mike Tyson, entrapment, targeting of political musicians, Death Row Records was a US intelligence front, conspiracy and cover up, MK Ultra, CIA and drugs, Afghanistan, Kurt Cobain, Jimmi Hendrix, and much more.
Doggie Diamonds brings some clarity to the beef between Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea that was eventually squashed by T.I. I watched Snoop’s apology and it was a strong hint of sarcasm in it and it looked more about his relationship with T.I. and less about sincerely being sorry for the things he said about Iggy. Hit the cut to check out both videos..
The League of Young Voters and Cashmere Agency in conjunction with AllHipHop, ThoughtWorks and HandsUp United hosted an intimate breakfast called, No Guns Allowed: Fallout from Ferguson in Atlanta during BET Hip-Hop Awards weekend. Moderated by Dr. Robert “Biko” Baker, Executive Director of the League of Young Voters, the conversation focused on gun violence solutions and was a response to the unrest in our nation stemmed from Michael Brown and Ferguson.
Participants include: Snoop Dogg, Ferguson youth group Lost Voices, CEO of AllHipHop Chuck Creekmur, St. Louis Rapper & Activist Tef Poe and Lucia McBath, mother of slain Florida teen Jordan Davis and National Spokesperson for Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense in America. Michael Brown’s family and supporters were also in attendance.
For more information about #NoGunsAllowed, visit YoungVoter.org. Contact LaShunda Campbell at email@example.com for questions
Dr. Dre’s burgeoning relationship with Apple has been in the making for sometime, so all the stiff suit analysts can’t stop with the shock and awe that this deal is going down. Dre and Jimmy Iovine from the start said that they wanted to build the new Apple with Beats Electronics.
How is Donald Sterling gonna fix this? Boycott the Clippers in full effect. Hit the jump if you haven’t the sick racist comments from Donald Sterling where he reveals his disdain for black people who make him billions of dollars each year.
Ice-T Presents: Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp, examines the tumultuous life of legendary Chicago pimp Iceberg Slim (1918-1992) and how he reinvented himself from pimp to author of 7 groundbreaking books. These books were the birth of Street Lit and explored the world of the ghetto in gritty and poetic detail and have made him a cultural icon.
Director: Jorge Hinojosa
Subjects: Ice T, Snoop Dogg, Henry Rollins, Chris Rock, Quincy Jones
July 12th On Demand
July 19th In Theaters
Theatrical (Phase 4 Films)