Thursday, July 24, 2014

Remember? M.I.A. - Paper Planes (Video + Lyrics)

"Paper Planes"
I fly like paper, get high like planes
If you catch me at the border I got visas in my name
If you come around here, I make 'em all day
I get one down in a second if you wait

Sometimes I think sitting on trains
Every stop I get to I'm clocking that game
Everyone's a winner, we're making our fame
Bona fide hustler making my name

All I wanna do is (BANG BANG BANG BANG!)
And take your money

Pirate skulls and bones
Sticks and stones and weed and bombs
Running when we hit 'em
Lethal poison for the system

No one on the corner has swagger like us
Hit me on my Burner prepaid wireless
We pack and deliver like UPS trucks
Already going hell just pumping that gas

All I wanna do is (BANG BANG BANG BANG!)
And take your money

Third world democracy
Yeah, I got more records than the K.G.B.
So, uh, no funny business

Some some some I some I murder
Some I some I let go
Some some some I some I murder
Some I some I let go

All I wanna do is (BANG BANG BANG BANG!)
And take your money

(Video) Emoji Among Us (The Documentary)

An iPhone 6 Knockoff Is Going on Sale for $160?

Goophone, the Chinese phone company known for its uncanny smartphone knockoffs, is back with its latest adaptation.
The i6, an imitation of the still-unannounced iPhone 6, rolls out online on Aug. 1. Designed based on supposedly leaked images and videos, the i6 is priced at $159.99 for the 16 GB model. For comparison, the 16 GB iPhone 5S retailed for $199 with contract and $649 unlocked.
While it sounds like a sweet deal, consumers should know that i6 uses a different processor than the iPhone and comes equipped with Android instead of iOS. It also only has a 1.4GHz processor, a downgrade from the 2GHz offered with Goophone's i5S model, which is — you guessed it — a knockoff of the iPhone 5S.
The design of the i6 and the expected design for the rumored iPhone 6 are very close: Both have fingerprint readers on the front, an auto-focusing camera in the rear and other design hallmarks borrowed from iPhones.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Sunday, July 20, 2014


alexandra shipp aaliyah

In case you didn’t know, Lifetime originally picked Disney star Zendaya Coleman to portray Aaliyah in their upcoming biopic, but because Zendaya dropped out soon after the announcement, Lifetime had to go a different route. This past week, we have learned that 23-year old actress Alexandra Shipp will now be playing the role of Aaliyah in the upcoming biopic Aaliyah: Princess of R&B.
You may be familiar with Alexandra’s work in the Nickelodeon series House of Anubis, where she played KT Rush. Shipp has also starred in various episodes of ABC’s Switched at Birth and MTV’s Awkward. Based on looks, I think most people would agree that Alexandra is better suited to portray Aaliyah than Zendaya would’ve been. We have also learned that famed talk show host Wendy Williams is on board to executive produce the biopic, alongside Debra Chase.
Read more about the upcoming biopic here.

Video: 'Making Da Band' - Babs vs Ness (2003)

Monday, July 14, 2014

Apple's iPhone 6 Might Not Debut Until 2015?

Apple's rumored 5.5-inch iPhone 6 could be delayed as far back as 2015, according to a new report.
According to KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is having trouble with the device's new metal casing and its new in-cell touchscreen, which combines several layers into one for a thinner and lighter design.
The problems affect both (rumored) upcoming iPhones, the 4.7-inch and the 5.5-inch models, but are more serious with the larger device.
Kuo is also concerned about the scratch-resistant sapphire glass cover that is rumored to adorn the 5.5-inch iPhone 6, fearing that it might not "pass the drop test near term."
All these issues might push the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 to the fourth quarter of 2014 — or even to 2015.
Since none of this information has been officially confirmed by Apple (not even the existence of the aforementioned models), this is all currently pure speculation. All we know for certain is that Apple's regular schedule for releasing a new iPhone model typically falls in the September-October timeframe.

Netflix Calls 'Bullshit' on 'Orange Is the New Black' Cancellation Rumors?!


In a world where readers sometimes only scan the headlines to get their news, an Orange Is the New Black hoax posted on a satirical news site fooled many fans of the Netflix series.
The satirical story, which went up on Friday and eventually turned into a social media rumor, claimed Netflix had canceled the production of Season 3 and planned to remove the first two seasons because of the lack of male leads on the show.
Fed up with the rumors, Netflix responded in the best way possible online, stealing the memorable "bullshit" line from OITNB's Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson. Even one of the show's actors, Michael Harney (who plays Sam Healy in the show), chimed in.
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(Video) Lil' Wayne Talks About How His Solo Career Got Started!

Airplane Seats Are About to Get Smaller and Even More Uncomfortable?


While luxury airlines unveil multi-room apartments in the sky, the future of economy seating for the rest of us is looking smaller and even less comfortable.
In a recent patent filing, plane manufacturer Airbus included diagrams for new standing seats.
Without the context of the filing, you could be forgiven for not recognizing the diagram as airline seating.
Airbus patent
The design is meant to fit even more passengers on flights, specifically on short-haul trips where the added discomfort could be more tolerable, at least in Airbus' estimation.
"If you squint, the thing looks more like a medieval torture device than lounging equipment," Brian Fung wrote about the design in the Washington Post.
Airbus spokeswoman Mary Anne Greczyn said the patent diagrams are only a concept, and will not necessarily be used.
“Many, if not most, of these concepts will never be developed, but in case the future of commercial aviation makes one of our patents relevant, our work is protected,” said Greczyn.
Even though the Airbus plan is still just a concept, there is no question air carriers want to fit more economy passengers on each plane.
Boeing is working on adding capacity to its 737 narrow-body airplane model, which is used for short-haul flights. The manufacturer plans to squeeze in more passengers by reducing the space between seats by two inches.
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(Video) The Truth About Nicki Minaj vs. Lil' Kim?!

Jay Z & Beyoncé | "On The Run" (HBO Trailer) ?!

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Sunday, July 13, 2014

(Video) Joe Budden and Hollow Da Don's "Total Slaughter" Rap Battle!

Meek Mill Gets Jail Time?

"Meek Mill had his day in court today to answer to a probation violation. According to Philly’sFox 29, Meek was sentenced to 3- 6 months for missed meetings and derogatory comments toward his probation officer. On the flip side, Karen Civil says that he will be released in 3-4 weeks. " - Big Homie

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Ladies, What Makes A Good Man "A Good Man" ?!

What you are about to read is courtesy of Liz Lampkin the author of 
"Are You a Reflection of the Man You Pray For?"

How many times have we heard, or even said one of the following statements; “Good men are hard to find,” “There aren’t any good men available,” “A majority of men are homosexual or on the down low,” or “All good men are already taken.” These statements and many others have more often than not been said by woman of all races, creeds and color for a number of reasons. However, what I want to know is what is the definition of a good man? What does he look like? Does he carry himself in a certain manner?
There are a variety of adjectives that can describe and define a good man, but are these adjectives based on what he has, or who he is? Most women may initially define a man as good, or a good catch based solely on his exterior; meaning we have the tendency to focus first on the way he looks, his style of dress, what kind of job/career he has, so on and so on. But do these things truly define a good man? The answer is no. Now don’t get me wrong, these characteristics are nice to have, but they should not be the primary or the initial focus of a man, nor should they increase his value. The makings of a good man are not his outer possessions, but they are within his internal character.
As women, me included, it is imperative that we learn how to look in a man, rather than looking at him. And not only that, but we must learn what to look for inside of a man because his internal characteristics are what make him who he is. But I believe this is not simply a question of what we as women desire in men, but it is a question of what our morals and values are. Do we value physical and exterior qualities more than we value internal qualities? Or is it that we don’t know what characteristics to look for in a man? But then again, it could also be a question of how many women were raised to view men.
I recall a case study I conducted of one hundred women from a wide range of ages, socio-economic, religious, and educational backgrounds. The study asked women to list the top ten traits/characteristics (ten being the least important, one being the most important) they desired in a mate along with a brief explanation as to why these particular traits were vital to them as a woman, and the results were as follows: 10. a tie between intelligence and being physically fit, 9. selfless, 8. a tie between faithful and financially stable, 7. a good communicator, 6. a tie between career/goal-oriented and loving, 5. respectful, 4. a tie between family-oriented and honesty, 3. attractive (as in good looks), 2. God fearing. And the number one trait women desire in a mate is a sense of humor.
Other traits and characteristics women desired were: romantic, legally employed, outgoing, trustworthy, a good lover, understanding, loves children, open-minded, educated, stylish, supportive, dependable, great personality, a leader, caring, a great listener, likes to travel, tall, a friend, spiritual, affectionate, a good cook, strong, patient, independent, helpful, healthy, Christian, loves his mother, a protector, mature, a great provider, and disease free. While all of these traits and characteristics make sense, and reveal what different women think defines a good man, my questions and concerns are what traits matter more to women, and why? And how do we as women truly define what a good man is? Many times a lot of women measure a man by standards they set based on what they have (the independent woman), what they don’t have (the completion seeker), and what they desire to have (the potential gold digger), so on and so on. Rather than doing this what women should do is measure a man for who he is by observing his character, his good works, the way he speaks and interacts with people, so on and so on to see who he really is and begin to define him from who he shows he is. Good men are not hard to find, they are not all taken, and yes there are plenty available to have a productive and prosperous relationship with. It just depends on how one defines what good is. Ladies, what characteristics do you think define a good man? What matters more to you?
via MN

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

A Short Film About A Daughter Who Meets Her Absentee Father After 20 Years...

Sonnet To Sister

"This short film “Sonnet to Sister” is presented byThe Working Class, a broadcast company who does music reviews with their popular show “The Unnamed Music Show” (ironic right?).
In this film the character Jasmine is a writer who uses poetry to work through her pain. She meets her absentee father for the first time in nearly 20 years and he leaves her with tons of unanswered questions including one rambling detail: Jasmine has a little sister.
I took interest to this piece because it is a story being lived by African Americans growing up in broken homes everyday. Check it out and let me know what you think!" - Janae Tru

Monday, July 7, 2014

Friday, July 4, 2014

How To Eat Pussy? – A Magical Guide For Evolved People

When a woman finds a man who gives good head, she’s found a treasure she’s not going to let go of too quickly. This is one rare customer and she knows it. She won’t even tell her girlfriends about it or that guy will become the most popular man in town.
Hey, I have a lot of respect for all you guys who like to eat pussy because there are too few of you out there. And I’m not the only woman who says this. Furthermore, some of you guys who are giving it the old college try are not doing too well, so maybe this little lesson will help you out.
When a woman finds a man who gives good head, she’s found a treasure she’s not going to let go of too quickly. This is one rare customer and she knows it. She won’t even tell her girlfriends about it or that guy will become the most popular man in town. So, remember, most guys can fuck, and those who can usually do it satisfactorily, but the guy who gives good head, he’s got it made.

The Pussy-Licking-Guide for evolved people in 15 magical steps

#1: Tell her she is beautiful and mean it.

Most women are shy about their bodies. Even if you’ve got the world’s most gorgeous woman in bed with you, she’s going to worry about how you like her body. Tell her it’s beautiful, tell her which parts you like best, tell her anything, but get her to trust you enough to let you down between her legs.

#2 Stop and appreciate her unique flower

Now stop and look at what you see. Beautiful, isn’t it? There is nothing that makes a woman more unique than her pussy. I know. I’ve seen plenty of them. They come in all different sizes, colors and shapes; some are tucked inside like a little girl’s cunnie and some have thick luscious lips that come out to greet you. Some are nested in brushes of fur and others are covered with transparent fuzz. Appreciate your woman’s unique qualities and tell her what makes her special.

#3 Women are more verbal: Talk to her beautiful pussy

Women are a good deal more verbal than men, especially during love-making. They also respond more to verbal love, which means, the more you talk to her, the easier it will be to get her off. So all the time you’re petting and stroking her beautiful pussy, talk to her about it.

#4 Lick her outer lips, inner lips and find her clit

Now look at it again. Gently pull the lips apart and look at her inner lips, even lick them if you want to. Now spread the tops of her pussy up until you can find her clit. Women have clits in all different sizes, just like you guys have different sized cocks. It doesn’t mean a thing as far as her capacity for orgasm. All it means is more of her is hidden underneath her foreskin.

#5 Whenever you touch a woman’s pussy, make sure your finger is wet

Whenever you touch a woman’s pussy, make sure your finger is wet. You can lick it or moisten it with juices from inside her. Be sure, by all means, to wet it before you touch her clit because it doesn’t have any juices of it’s own and it’s extremely sensitive. Your finger will stick to it if it’s dry and that hurts. But you don’t want to touch her clit anyway. You have to work up to that. Before she becomes aroused, her clit is too delicate to be handled.

#6 Tease her & approach her pussy slowly

Approach her pussy slowly. Women, even more so than men, love to be teased. The inner part of her thigh is her most tender spot. Lick it, kiss it, make designs on it with the tip of your tongue. Come dangerously close to her pussy, then float away. Make her anticipate it.

#7 Play with her

Now lick the crease where her leg joins her pussy. Nuzzle your face into her bush. Brush your lips over her slit without pressing down on it to further excite her. After you’ve done this to the point where your lady is bucking up from her seat and she’s straining to get more of you closer to her, then put your lips right on top of her slit.

OutKast’s AndrĂ© Benjamin stars as Jimi Hendrix in "All Is By My Side", Watch Trailer!

Thursday, July 3, 2014

(Video) What Men Really Want

Big Sean, Migos, SZA, Fat Trel & More?! Here's Trillectro's 2014 Lineup!

"The lineup for D.C.'s third Trillectro festival has been released, and, true to event's mission, features a blend of artists from the EDM and hip-hop worlds. Big Sean and Baauer headline a bill that also includes, MigosSZALuniceGoldLinkSangoFat TrelTWRKOddiseeRae Sremmard, and more." - See More?!

1994: Notorious B.I.G. & Craig Mack Interview/Freestyle On Funk Flex

"This audio is probably older than some of you reading this. Hot 97′s Funkmaster Flex exhumed a 20 year old interview and freestyle with B.I.G. and Craig Mack. Ready To Die wasn’t released and apparently, “Flava In Ya Ear” wasn’t neither. After getting acquainting, the tandem kicked some familiar rhymes to Mad Lion and Smif-N-Wessun instrumental. R.I.P Biggie and Craig Mack’s career." - B.Dot

(Video) Black Church, Inc. | is prayer-for-profit moral?

About The Film

Gone are the days of working class preachers who didn’t expect financial gain in exchange for spiritual guidance. A new breed of pastors has emerged: the mega-pastor…one who aims to sell their religious brand and get rich off the gospel. Black Church, Inc. is a feature-length investigative documentary that examines the sensationalism of the black church and its present day relationship with serving the community.
The documentary compares the black church’s origins to its modern day cultural relevance. The film focuses on modern mega-churches and asks hard-hitting questions about service vs. the extravagant lifestyles of its multi-million dollar ministers and ministries. As the nation attempts to bounce back from a recession, mega-churches continue to raise hundreds of millions of dollars to fund their pastors’ exorbitant lifestyles. Through interviews with clergy members, politicians, community leaders and journalists, we explore whether the preachers, parishioners or communities are the benefactors of the millions of tax free revenue generated by religious organizations.
Black Church, Inc. attempts to justify the dichotomy of the profits of prophets. It compares pastors who are seen as activists such as Rev. Taharka Robinson, Rev. Al Sharpton and Pastor Raphael Warnock with pastors who are criticized for being celebrity brands such as Rev. Eddie Long, Rev. Creflo Dollar and Rev. T.D. Jakes. The documentary takes a deep dive into controversial issues clouding the church including “love offerings” (cash payments given to ministers), financial abuse and the deification of the mega-church pastor all while asking… is prayer-for-profit moral?

(Rap Battle) Elliot Ness vs Hollowman Part 1 & 2 [2002/2003?]

Monday, June 30, 2014

2005: The Boondocks: 'The Garden Party' (S01E01)

10 Facts You Might Not Know About Spike Lee's 'Do The Right Thing' ?!?

Even small, independent movies can make a huge impact.
Besides making it's mark as one of the top 100 greatest films of all time, according to theAmerican Film InstituteSpike Lee's Do The Right Thing has ingrained itself into the hearts of many movie lovers — including President Barack Obama, who has said he saw the film on his first date with the first lady.
Even after 25 years, some of you cinephiles out there might learn some surprising new facts about this indie hit turned Hollywood classic, which was released 25 years ago, on June 30, 1989.

1. The film was inspired by actual events that took place in Howard Beach, New York.


2. The title comes from the famous Malcolm X quote, "You've got to do the right thing."


3. According to President Barack Obama, he and First Lady Michelle Obama saw the movie on their first date in 1989.


4. Although Rosie Perez's character, Tina, is a major part in the film, she never leaves her apartment throughout the storyline.


5. Spike Lee wrote the script in two weeks.


Fuck WSHH: Members of the Zulu Nation Send a Warning to Popular Website World Star Hip Hop?!

"In an open letter to Lee “Q” O’Denat founder of, members of the hip-hop awareness group The Universal Zulu Nation headed by hip-hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa addresed some of the many issues they have with the website in the way it portray’s hip hop culture and the exploitation of those individuals who are featured in many of the violent videos on the popular website that is ranked as 247th in site traffic in the United States and 983rd for worldwide traffic, according to Alexa.
The Zulu Nation says World Star does not rep hip-hop culture at all, and here’s the open letter in full that was sent to it’s founder this week."

Mr. O’Denat,

On behalf of the thousands of members of the Universal Zulu Nation, of which I am Minister Of Information, I write you this letter in peace and hope these words find you in the best of health and spirits. Brother, we at UZN have the utmost respect and love for all who choose to take our Culture to new heights, and we thank you for your part in creating new media that preserves our culture. It is with great sadness that we bring to your attention the obvious ills of your site, Mister O’Denat, you are well aware, or should be well aware that many are viewing your site’s content as very graphic and extremely violent. Before you brush this off as just another person’s opinion of your site and the content you publish, please do not get it confused. This is not the case.

As I mentioned earlier, Mr. O’Denat, I am a representative of the Universal Zulu Nation, and we take our Culture quite serious. You are a Black man who has accomplished quite a lot without a formal education, and I’m quite sure when you dropped out of New York’s Grover Cleveland High School, you would never have imagined that you’d be as successful with your company, World Star, LLC. Doesn’t it bother you just a little that another Black man (that man being yourself), has “made it” out of the “ghetto”, only to display unnerving images and videos of young adults berating, belittling, and beating each other solely for the purpose of the enjoyment of who you are led to believe are “millions of Hip-Hoppers?”

Mr. O’Denat, the followers of your site are impressionable young men and women who “follow” you for a reason. As salacious as you may want your site to be, our youth are looking for answers and solutions to the many problems that plague our communities. The young people use your site as an outlet to escape the world they are living in, only to find that you place them right back at the starting point. Brother, you are well aware, or should be aware of the way Haitians are treated all over the world, including their own country. After all, Mr. O’Denat, you are Haitian, and you have even labeled yourself as a “Haitian Ghetto Nerd”, to gain God knows what kind of accolades. I am not Haitian, but I find it deplorable for a Haitian to associate such a dignified people with the “ghetto”, when Haitians come to this country to escape ghetto life.

Brother, I am sure you heard God speaking to you when the earthquakes in Haiti destroyed so many lives, and many of us di a fair share of work to help those in need. The repair for the damage done physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially will be an ongoing process that will take decades. But one of the brilliant brothers of Haitian decent is instead showering the world with what you call “the CNN of the Ghetto”. Brother, you are sadly mistaken if you would like the world to believe that hype. If you understand journalism 101, news is reported with two sides. Your excerpts of ghetto life, your lack of morality when accepting uploaded material, and your drive to maintain a site for the sole intent to destroy our Culture’s standing in these Americas is both uncouth and unacceptable by all of us at UZN. We are hereby separating ourselves and our followers from your site and what it supposedly stands for. Brother, if you were in fact the “CNN of the ghetto”, then you, as a former resident of Queens, NY should already know who Zulu is and what real Hip-Hop Culture is. Mr. O’Denat, there are many real Hip-Hoppers from Queens who laid the brick in the wall that you are trying to tear down.

You should already know about Run-DMC, Larry Smith, Salt-N-Pepa, Nas, MC Shan, LL Cool J and the founders of FUBU Clothing, to name a new. These men and women purposed to create a platform of expression for our Culture, and through the years, they have maintained and preserved that Culture. Mr. O’Denat, you are a Haitian, so you should know how serious Haitians are about their Culture. We are just as serious.

This is a new year, and the Universal Zulu Nation has begun a movement against anyone who is against us. Mr. O’Denat, either you are for Hip-Hop Culture, or you are not. There is no in-between, and no matter how many people have hyped you to believe that WorldStarHipHop is anything close to what this Culture is, they told you a lie. Mr. O’Denat, Hip-Hop Culture is FOUNDED on four spiritual principles. In case you haven’t already been schooled on what those principles are, they are: Peace, Unity, Love and Havin’ Fun. Mr. O’Denat, I pray that you do become a “CNN of the ghetto”, and that you someday get a camera and go to the ghetto yourself to record both sides of our neighborhoods. We still do have neighborhoods, brother.

Mr. O’Denat, can you imagine how much more hits WorldStarHipHop would have if you were intuitive enough to record rising Black political stars and activists, and some of the issues they discuss when trying to fix our problems nationwide? Or videos of Black political superstars like Barack and Michelle Obama. I would have loved to see the behind-the-scenes footage of the President at home with the wife and kids – on your website. I invite you to meet me in The Bronx, Boston, Virginia, The Carolinas, Chicago, DC, Maryland, Detroit, or any place that you feel more comfortable, so we may discuss the realities of “the ghetto” and how you can be better involved.

Mr. O’Denat, in closing I am asking you to remove the footage of the young man being forced to strip naked outside while people look on and another young man beats him with a belt while the camera man pours water on his fully naked body.

This is the link in question, Mr, O’Denat:
Click here.

This is not the first time you have posted content that has been of this nature, and from the looks of it, this is probably Child Pornography. Therefore, I will forward the link and the video to the proper authorities to be sure that these young people are in fact of age and in full consent of being on your site in such a demeaning fashion. I’m unsure if this will bring about any charges, as there is a huge rumor on the streets that you are in fact working for the feds and are using your site as a cover up. But who knows? Mr. O’Denat, I again ask that you look into the fact that you and your site have misused our Culture’s name, committed fraud and falsely advertised your site as “Hip-Hop”. You have forced the hand of the Universal Zulu Nation to take further action should you continue to promote your “CNN of the ghetto” as “Hip-Hop”, and we are asking with all due respect that you include a disclaimer at the bottom of the front page of your website concerning your company and Hip-Hop Culture. A great footnote on your site should be:

“World Star Hip-Hop is in no way affiliated with real Hip-Hop Culture or its’ founders or the Universal Zulu Nation. This site solely for entertainment purposes, and does not promote Hip-Hop Culture”

Mr. O’Denat, you are free to use the above language, or you may use any language you see fit that parallels the language above. Please contact me at your earliest convenience, should you have any questions or concerns. I can be reached at or 617-297-7423.


Quadeer “M.C. Spice” Shakur

Minister of Information

Universal Zulu Nation

"If that’s not a warning for your ass, I don’t know what is. Do you think the people at WorldStarHipHop will take heed to this letter, and do you think the Zulu Nation has a good point? Tell us below!
Letter credit goes to AllHipHop."


[Free Beats!?!] 9TH WONDER ‘FAREWELL TO THE SOUL MAN’ (Mixtape)

farewell to the soul man

"In memory of Bobby Womack who passed away on Friday, 9th Wonder pays tribute to the soul singer by compiling a few tracks he has produced using his legendary samples." - Big Homie


"Depending on your intentions, BET Awards weekend sure be a place for violence or peace. Game and Lil Durk chose the latter on Saturday wen the crossed paths at nightclub. Shortly after, the made amends over the phone. Last month, the rappers traded barbs over the “Chiraq” diss track." - Big Homie
Says Game:
My Big homie “G Weed” put @lildurk_ on the phone wit me. Shit is DEAD ! We chopped it up like REAL NIGGAS & both sides respect each other.
Lil Durk then adds.
@thegame @G_weeder149 a real one homie chiraq x LA

Increase The Peace?