Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Is it bad...

...that I really wanna see this if it's a real movie?

There's Nothing Better

Than a good .gif

So to all the kids who will grow up not knowing life before .gifs, Enjoy!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Ham, come back!

That's what someone said to me the other day. I got something real nice for you guys tonight. Mixtape "TWO" comes out in August-ine.

Same Show

I mean, the sh#t sells, he's relevant, and the song is somewhat entertaining.




Ahh f*ck it, he's getting $, apparently that's all that matters.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Ready B?

Let's go get em.

(I apologize for using that line horribly out of context)

Thursday, June 18, 2009


Saturday, June 13, 2009

If You Get Down With Drake


Jamie Foxx - Digital Girl (Remix) (Feat. Drake)

Jamie's performance is absolutely hilarious. Almost looks like he was joking. Drizzy kills it, and I'm pretty sure that's a new verse.

There, my contribution to Drakemania and Drakeapalooza. This sh#t gettin' outta hand.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

If You Get Down With Reggae

You guys should check out my homies rocking out. That's Rico singing, we went to school together.

Monday, June 8, 2009


Someone approached me this weekend and asked me why I haven't been posting a lot lately. It's not because I'm not thinking about you guys. There are things I read and see every day that I might want to share with you. Something interesting, funny, or poignant happens to me every day. On Saturday, I had a conversation with my cousin on what the police can and cannot do to you. Today, I caught about 10 minutes of The Governator's movie, 6th day (a movie no one should ever watch) and it made me pee my pants somewhat. However, my days lately have been pretty busy, and as I am in the middle of writing a final paper, I thought I would check in. Honestly, I update my Twitter pretty much every day, sometimes multiple times a day, you might want to follow me there if you're into that kind of thing.

I'm excited for summer. My internship should be pretty interesting, and I hope to learn a lot and be able to share what I've learned with you guys later. I haven't forgotten about you, and you can look forward to hearing from me sooner rather than later.

Today, I've been listening to a lot of neo-soul. It helps me study because it's mellow and the beats are good ambiance. I forget how good this music is sometimes, when I'm listening to the new jams, but it's good to reacquaint yourself, like catching up with old friends. These songs are no "chop suey", but they'll do.

I don't know if you've noticed, but I put a bunch of links in that post, I think I'm going to start doing that from now on, when at all possible. Let me know how you guys like it.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

C. Ronaldo


Thursday, June 4, 2009



Touring and Merchandise:
$14 Million

Following up on Beyoncé's chart topping I Am… Sasha Fierce album, the superstar and her alter-ego kicked off the European leg of their 110-date international tour with a sold-out performance in Zagreb, Croatia. Other spring tour stops include Lisbon, Portugal; Zurich, Switzerland; and Barcelona, Spain, before she returns home to the U.S. later this month.


Tour Sponsors:
$4 Million

General Mills, which has teamed up with Feeding America, is among the sponsors for Beyoncé's "I Am..." tour. Among the efforts: Concertgoers are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items. Other tour sponsors include Nintendo DSi, Trident gum and L'Oréal.


Album Sales:
$21 Million

At a time when album sales have dropped 45% since their peak in 2000, Beyoncé managed to sell 4.5 million albums during the 12-month period. She also cashed in on the sale of some 300,000 digital albums and 9.5 million digital singles as well as 1 million ringbacks and 2.6 million ringtones.


Music Publishing:
$8 Million

In addition to belting out her tunes, the multiple-Grammy winning artist is frequently involved in writing and producing her own music. In fact, she had a hand in both for nearly all of the 17 songs on her latest deluxe album. Over the course of Beyoncé's career, both with Destiny's Child and as a solo artist, the songstress has been known to incorporate themes of female empowerment.


$5 Million

In addition to serving as a producer on the flick, Beyoncé portrayed the once drug-addicted Etta James in 2008's critically acclaimed Cadillac Records. After getting into character with visits to Phoenix House, the singer-turned-actress donated her acting salary to the substance abuse treatment and prevention agency. This spring, she played the wife of a stalked man in a Basic Instinct-style thriller from Sony Screen Gems, Obsessed.


$20 Million

Beyoncé lends her bold-faced name and marketable face to a host of brands, including L'Oréal, Giorgio Armani Diamonds perfume and Samantha Thavasa handbags. In the last year, she's added deals with Crystal Geyser and Nintendo DSi to her résumé.


$15 Million

Beyoncé, along with her mother Tina, offers her fashionable eye and design expertise to two labels, House of Deréon (includes evening and cocktail dresses) and the more casual Deréon (includes sportswear, handbags and jewelry). The multi-platform star is featured in the company's national ad campaigns.

End Result:

$87 Million

& the cover of Forbes

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Wale - Chillin