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by admin // Monday, October 10, 2005 // Hip Hop // 0 Comments

Everyone who was dissin Mike Jones a year ago, now wants to be in his entourage now that he's blown up big.

by admin // Tuesday, September 27, 2005 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

Cam'ron, alongside Jim Jones and Juelz Santana, are getting their feet wet in the acting world. Cam'ron appeared in the 2002 hit Paid in Full, and this was only an appetizer. The troops new endeavor is what Cam'ron calls a "gangsta musical." The movie entitled, Killa Season, will be released along with his next album, under Cam's Killa Entertainment Company. Hang tight to see if they can make the tough jump from music to film.

The movie and album are due out this winter. Until then check out Cam'ron in Down and Out and Jim Jones doing what they do best.

by admin // Tuesday, September 27, 2005 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

At the Concert for Hurricane Relief on Friday night, Kanye West voiced his opinion that "George Bush doesn't care about black people." What at first seemed like a slight diversion of script, quickly escalated into an all out rant over the wording of certain flood images on Yahoo. "I hate the way they portray us in the media. You see a black family it says they're looting. You see a white family it says they are looking for food," stated West over pictures now removed. Jaws of viewers and co-stars alike dropped at the spectacle. Despite much criticism, the repercussions of his actions have proved to be far from detrimental to his career. West's new album, Late Registration, has predicted a 50,000 copy boost in sales. It is important amidst all of this hoopla that Americans stay focused on the real issue at hand.

by admin // Tuesday, September 27, 2005 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

In a personal effort to aid in helping Hurricane Katrina victims, Twista and Budweiser are putting on a free concert. The concert is scheduled for September 19, 2005 in Chicago, IL at the House of Blues. Twista urges fans to bring food, clothing, and money for the victims. Twista emphasized that "we as a people need to stop pointing the finger of blame and help our fellow brothers and sisters in their time of need. This is not a game, we are in a national crisis." Many other players in the hip hop community, like Jay-Z and Diddy, are using their fame to promote awareness in their fans and donating

Check out Twista and Faith Evans "Hope"