SOHH has learned urban lifestyle publication King Magazine will be shutting its doors and will be releasing its final issue as a result of the current economic crisis.
KING is a bimonthly magazine of pure adrenaline that brings you the best of everything that is your lifestyle. We hit you with sexy women, fast cars, sports, real money and mad music. We bring you gadgets and games the hottest styles to wear and take you to exotic places worthy of a KING’s presence. (Magazine Agent)
Rumors of the publication’s end began to spread earlier this week.
We don’t often post rumors, despite the number of them that cross our desks daily (many of which end up being true). I felt like posting this one though. We just got word that KING Magazine (aka Butts and Rims) is closing shop, not even releasing it’s next issue. In this strained economy, the already dying print format is suffering big time. It is upsetting to hear of people losing jobs, but can this be considered a victory for women (in particular black women) who struggle against objectification at every turn? I have to admit, I enjoy the images, but I know it can’t really be good for raising the standards of our society. What do you think? (Okay Player) Read more…
SOHH has learned Hot 97′s highly-anticipated one-night “Check The Rhyme” concert next month has been cancelled.With a star-studded line-up of guests including 50 Cent, T-Pain, Slick Rick, Ice Cube, LL Cool J and others, a rep for the NEw York based radio station spoke with SOHH to reveal the event’s cancellation.
“‘Check The Rhyme’ is cancelled,” the rep told SOHH. “It was cancelled due to scheduling conflicts with the artists.”
Claiming they were “not sure” or “at liberty to say” whether the concert would be re-scheduled, the rep promised all fans who purchased tickets would be taken care of.
“If they go to ticketmaster they will definitely be refunded.”
As previously reported by SOHH, the event was going to be hosted by Hot 97 radio personality Funkmaster Flex and highlighted with legendary hip-hop icon Kool DJ Red Alert behind the turntables and Video Music Box’s Ralph McDaniels both celebrating 25 years of hip-hop achievements.
Other billed performers included Q-Tip, Brandy and Doug E Fresh.
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I awoke this morning and was put on to a vicious attack on SOHH. The site’s homepage was spammed with racist headlines and titles to there videos were changed to Some Nigger ft Some Nappy Headed Ho.
I was given a anonymous tip about these hackers and sent the info below.This is a must read from all our whole internet community. Please pass this on:
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Lil’ Wayne’s highly anticipated forthcoming studio album, Tha Carter III, was leaked over the internet, last night. And the DJ openly responsible for the act, DJ Chuck T, is vehemently lashing back at Weezy for the comments he made against mixtape DJs earlier this week.
In a statement explaining his act of vengence, DJ Chuck T wrote, “Lil’ Wayne said f*ck mixtape DJ’s…so now i’m about to show that boy the meaning of bootleg,” he explained. “I’ll be damned if I let [anyone] get away with saying f*ck me without him facing some type of repercussions, including Lil’ Wayne.”