Big Sean X Kanye West X Pusha T X 2 Chainz – Mercy (music video)


I promise…there’s no Wayne subliminals in this one. G.O.O.D Music compilation, “Cruel Summer” coming soon enough.



The documentary of the life, the music and the legacy of Bob Marley.

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Check out Miguel’s new video for “Arch and Point” of his EP “Art Dealer Chic Vol 2”. This is real music right here, Miguel did his thing on this one. FIRE!


360- Everywhere and Back



I’m not gonna tell you he’s gonna “bring New York back”…but April3’rd, 360 is gonna drop a project I think a lot of people would appreciate, and yes, he is from New York. I stumbled upon this cat…I forgot exactly how…but he’s been buzzing everywhere, working with J. Cole…he’s getting it in. So check this out, it’s the title track of the project he’s dropping the 3rd. Put your pillows and blankets away…stop sleeping.

 360- Everywhere and Back

Curren$y- Here (Mixtape)


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Battleship is an upcoming 2012 science fiction naval war film based on the game of the same name. Liam Neeson and Rihanna are the stars in the film. I’m ready to see what my freaky bitch Rihanna is going to do in her debut film. I hope she has a sex scene smh. Battleship will hit theaters May 18th.

The Dark Knight Rises – Feature Trailer

Do I really have to say anything?

G.I Joe: Retaliation Trailer – Come for the Ninjas, not for the plot

I hated the first G.I Joe movie. I hated everything from the first trailer on Superbowl Sunday, to the end credits of the film. I hate the suits, I hated most of the actors, and I hated the completely preposterous plot. Well this is the second go around, and it seems things are going in a different direction. New director; gone is Stephen Sommers, and in is John Chu who has directed two “Step Up” films and the Justin Bieber documentary/3D concert film “Never Say Never”- already I am cringing. The main star does not seem to be Channing Tatum, instead they placed an actor who actually has some charisma on camera, and that is action star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

So it seems they are going for the obligatory sequel procedure, that now everything has to be super big, and super important. Instead of destroying the Eiffel Tower like they did in the first film; in what I called a “Gatorade” missile: this time, they have taken over the United States Government, with awesome looking Cobra flags on it. Cobra Commander: who was criminally underused, and whose story arc made absolutely no sense was played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and he is not listed as being a member of the cast. Never the less, they got rid of that stupid plastic mask, and placed the metal shield that he should have in the first place.

Thinking back to the first film, I forced myself to remove images from my mind so they would not give me nightmares, the scenes I do remember fondly, are the scenes with Ninjas Snake Eyes, and Storm Shadow. They both are returning, and it seems there will be ore Ninja action in this film, than the previous one. Well at least they got that going for them, because the Bruce Willis cameo and completely lame joke, almost made me vomit.

Men In Black III – Kind of makes me want to jump off a building, without the whole time travel thing.

It will be 10 years since the last film in this series, the rushed, horribly written “Men In Black II”.  It is going to be 15 years since the original was released. I just so happened to catch the first “MIB” just last weekend, and it has not aged well at all. Speaking of not aging well, when was the last Will Smith film that was any good? Tommy Lee Jones; while not being a box office superstar, is capable of delivering stellar performances in good, well written movies he has however, never really been good in any sort of comedy. This just seems lazy, and well… I just do not seem to care. Apparently J (Smith) has to go back in time to figure out what has happened to his partner K(Jones) who everyone believes has been dead for the last forty years. During his time jump, which is shown in the end of the trailer, he ends up in 1969 where he meets a younger K, played by another good actor Josh Brolin. This just seems like a cash grab.



Check out trailer 2 from Young Jeezy’s documentary “A Hustlerz Ambition”.  TM:103 in stores December 20th.

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