Jamaica’s broadcast commission has announced that all explicit references to sex and violence are now BANNED from the airwaves.
The Associated Press is reporting that new rules from the island’s equivalent to our FCC will now ban any song or music video that depicts sexual acts or glorifies gun violence, murder, rape or arson.
The announcement is part of an ongoing decency campaign. On February 6th the commission targeted and banned… Continue
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enter the East Room for entertainment after a black-tie dinner at the White House on Sunday in Washington, DC.
The Obamas gave their first formal White House dinner as hosts to the National Governors Association which has been holding their 2009 winter meeting discussing Obama’s stimulus program, health care, infrastructure and… Continue
*Count John Legend among those expressing outrage against the New York Post in the wake of its editorial cartoon that some black leaders feel compares President Obama to a crazed chimpanzee that was shot by police.
The cartoon appeared several days after the police shooting of a chimp that had viciously mauled a woman in Stamford, Connecticut. In a statement, the newspaper says the drawing was intended to "mock an ineptly written federal… Continue
R&B croonerT-Pain has been forced to cancel a performance in Guyana after receiving death and kidnapping threats.
T-Pain was scheduled to perform in the country Monday (February 23) but the show's promoter, Kerwin Bollers, revealed to The Associated Press today (February 22) that they had to call it off because they received credible threats towards the singer via e-mails and phone calls.
Ballin’ til you fall may not be such a good idea nowadays. Budgets are being cut, albums are collecting dust on the shelves and concertgoers are becoming scarcer. With the music industry being one of the recession’s hardest hit victims, even typically flamboyant rappers have been forced to re-assess their spending habits. Some confessed to cutting back while others say they’ve yet to feel the crunch. XXLMag.com caught up with the likes of E-40, Akon,… Continue
This entry just was something for everybody to think about i respect young jeezy for being the realest nigga in the rap/trap for being an inspiration to the hood an everybody who know about living the street life im from a small place but we gotta stay strap an trappin is one of the ways out ain much difference just that we have to worry about less niggas than that side but real talk jeezy hold it down an trust me we up here black flag we on them 22 24 26 we soon hit gad damn 30's if they ask… Continue
Added by Anthony Vega on February 22, 2009 at 9:39pm —
Niggas talk it but we live it pimping never died is alive an breathing shout out to my O.G. Nigga TUT faceing life because these unloyal bitches cant stay quiet but im still out here getting it im by myself now but i aint never finna stop cuz thats just what i do. Much love to my brother nick faceing the same thing as his pops but we wating on u nigga and i got a boat load of hoes for when u get out you already know how I do. (BRN) 4 life
Added by Gmac19 on February 22, 2009 at 2:24pm —
Arkansas police revealed today (February 20) that they seized nearly 500 pounds of marijuana from a tour bus this week and the two Georgia men in the vehicle implicated Fabolous.
According to KHBS, police claim that they initially stopped the bus for driving on the shoulder of a highway on Tuesday night (February 17) and when they searched the bus they found 496 pounds of marijuana in a duffle bag.
Insider TMZ turncoats spilled the numbers Levin’s minions are believed to have shelled out for pix taken of Rihanna immediately after the alleged Chris Brown attack. The source of the photo leak, a law enforcement insider close to the investigation, reportedly raked in $62.5k, double the salary of the person suspected of leaking the pic. Sources state TMZ pays a relative or friend of the snitch within 24 hours of receipt of a photo to cover their… Continue
According to online reports, rapper T.I. will kick off a farewell tour in the coming weeks.
The reality is T.I. has been out on the road performing night after night for the last few months. There is no shortage of takers for his high fees which range from $100K to $150K for a single appearance.
One promoter, who shall remain nameless, even offered T.I. $100K per night for 3 straight nights at his venue!