Monthly Archives: September 2011

Little Dragon – Shuffle a Dream

Little Dragon stopped by Jools Holland’s show to perform a variety of songs including Shuffle a Dream.

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Theophilus London Wine and Chocolates (Official video)


In association with NahRight.com, Restless Films presents by THEOPHILUS LONDON Latest Music Video entitled WINE AND CHOCOLATES

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Drake Reveals The Cover To ‘Take Care’

Drake also released a statement to coincide with the unveiling of the album art for Take Care.

Feels like it’s been so long. Is life moving so fast in this generation that when we desire something it begins to move in slow motion? Are we just used to getting what we want right away? Or do we require one another to feel right about all that is going on around us? Maybe our anticipation is justified by the fact that we genuinely cannot wait to share a moment again? Either way, your life and mine are scheduled to meet on October 24…I wouldn’t miss it for the world.

See you soon.

Drake

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Shawty Lo Feat. Twista & Wale – Pocahontas

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Wiz Khalifa feat. Chevy Woods ‘Taylor Gang’

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Win Tickets To 106&Park Live In New York

www.i-likeitalot.com are giving one luck reader and 4 friends the opportunity to win a competition to be part of the audience of 106 and Park airing live with special “Celebrity Guest.” This competition relates to Monday September 26th @4pm Live Show.

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Jessie J: Glacéau vitaminwater Olympic Ambassador

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Yasmin ft. Ms Dynamite Light Up (NEW MUSIC)



Yasmin’s latest single entitled “Light Up (The World)’ featuring Ms Dynamite

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Red Bull Music Academy – New York: Five Out Of Five

New York: Five Out Of Five from Red Bull Music Academy on Vimeo.

Celebrating the boroughs’ most iconic hip hop albums, the Red Bull Music Academy pays tribute to hip hop, arguably the most influential youth culture of our time – right where it all began. Over the course of five days, five classic albums from five boroughs are revisited via workshops and public talks in each respective borough. At night, the artists re-create their seminal work for a special concert, bridging the gap from old to new school. The five albums are: ‘The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick’ (1988), Black Moon’s ‘Enta Da Stage’ (1993), ‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)’ (1993), ‘The Infamous’ by Mobb Deep (1995), and Dipset’s ‘Diplomatic Immunity’ (2003).

I like it a lot

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