ATLANTA — On June 3, at 2:08 a.m., Young Jeezy created a new hip-hop national anthem. And at the very end of that song, "My President," Jeezy reminded everyone exactly when he recorded it: "June 3, 2008."
"[That's] why I chose to timestamp it," Young said about recording the tribute to President-elect Barack Obama. "A lot of people do things for gimmicky reasons. I ain't no gimmicky dude. I just decided to do it to show I had faith in him.
"I had faith in…
T.I. is on the cover of Black Men Magazine with two scrumptious individuals on either side of him. During the interview with BMM he said, “opportunities present themselves and I take advantage of them.” Looking at the pic above, we won’t argue that point.
Hip-hop is back atop of the Billboard charts where it belongs this week.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) ― A man is in custody accused in the fatal shooting of his young, pregnant cousin early Saturday in the Hill District.
She is the mother of a two-year-old and was carrying her second child when a bullet took her life.
Ware Shoals Police are expecting to serve warrants on a Greenville man following a carjacking and kidnapping incident that extended into Greenwood last week.
Sheriff’s deputies caught two men early today after a report of a vehicle break-in in southeast Shelby County. Deputies responded to the Preserve at Southwind apartments near Hacks Cross and Bill Morris Parkway just after midnight when Roderick White heard glass breaking and saw two men ducking next to his Nissan Titan, according to an affidavit of complaint.
*William Balfour was officially charged with the murders of Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and nephew during a hearing Tuesday, but his lawyer claims he is innocent and the state's case against him is flimsy.
Multi-Platinum Rapper Young Jeezy, along with EVP of Warner Music Group Kevin Liles, Ludacris and TI gathered at the state Capitol in GA last night to rally for Democrat Jim Martin, urging voters to return to the polls. Martin is in a close race against Republican Saxby Chambliss.
*Plaxico Burress was arraigned Monday on two separate counts of criminal possession of a handgun in the second degree after accidentally shooting himself in the thigh three days ago at a Midtown nightclub.