Monthly Archives: January 2012

Stooshe feat Travie McCoy Love Me [Official Music Video]

Watch the official video for Stooshe’s new single “Love Me” featuring Travie McCoy each member of the group convey a vibrant personality, they will got you wet-wet and has become my favorite superfreak trio, Everytime I see them on the grind they stay looking fab with that Chanel swag. That video make me wanna have a sloppy joe, Doper than cream press play below for the Fly Foul mouthed London crew Stooshe

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Birdman Hints Sequel of Like Father Like Son

Birdman has been hinting about an upcoming joint album with LiL Wayne a sequel to the 2006’s Like Father, Like Son. The Birdman announced the news via his Twitter account

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I-likeitalot Individuals Streetstyle Week #2

I-likeitalot presents to you our own perspective of street style. Each week of the year we will be shooting individuals with their own style as we salute each person originality, their unique and individual fashion sense that reflects their character. Most people don’t realize the world has few innovators and the mass are just imitators because of the fear of failure and the fear to present their true self. So many people have brilliant innovative ideas but they are afraid that it will not be accepted, it’s the reason why leaders and truly creative people do not fear because they live in their world and function on their own, that’s what I call Individuals because they possesses this “Je ne sais Quoi” factor that can’t be defined. Check out all the Individuals after the Jump and share your thoughts


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New Music : A$AP Rocky – Celebration

Until the Harlem Elite A$AP leader come down to London town, we have the dope mixtape and this new material entitled “Celebration”, I’ve never heard this song until a couple of hours ago and I like it a lot, it gives you this good feeling, that winning swag as the beat goes on. If you are a fan of the homie A$ap Rocky, he will be performing with Drake and Kendrick Lamar during Drake’s UK Tour. It will kick-Off the 24 March 2012 at The O2 Dublin, The O2 Arena the 26 & 27 March 2012 in London, The 29 March 2012 at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield. The 30th March 2012 at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena and as a big Manchester United Fans Drake, Kendrick Lamar and A$ap rocky had to visit the Manchester Arena In Manchester the 1st April 2012 to come back later at the LG Arena in Birmingham the 19th an 20th April 2012, The 22nd April 2012 at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, The 23 April 2012 at the Metro Radio Arena In Newcastle and Finally at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham the 25 April 2012. Press Play Below

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Innovation + Reinvention : The Lacoste Lab

The Lacoste Lab revives the tradition of innovation, appearing in the genes of the brand In addition to its
famous polo L.12.12 the crocodile brand prepares tomorrow today by identifying products that could represent the future of the brand, and seeking new materials, new designs. The campaign directed by Christophe Pillet included hot products such as a bicycle, cricket bat, piqué wetsuit, rugby ball, tennis racket, skis, motorcycle helmet, cricket, tennis and golf balls, surfboard, and even a concept-car designed with Citroen. I believe Lacoste is more a style than a fashion brand. Permanently revisiting its great classics, Lacoste creates timeless and high-quality designs. I just Like it a lot.

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Red Tails Trailer : Courage

Director George Lucas says it took 20 years to get his latest film made, “because it’s an all-black movie”.

Speaking on The Daily Show, Lucas said he had to self-fund Red Tails, the true story of a group of African-American pilots who fought in World War II. He claimed major film studios would not back the movie because

“There’s no major white roles in it at all. I showed it to all of them and they said, ‘No. We don’t know how to market a movie like this. They don’t believe there’s any foreign market for it, and that’s 60% of their profit”

Lucas co-wrote and produced Red Tails, which was directed by Anthony Hemingway. It features several well-known names – including Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding Jr, Terence Howard and R&B star Ne-Yo – and shows how the pilots were segregated and kept on the ground for most of the war, until they were called up to fight for their country. The real-life airmen featured in the drama were given a Congressional Gold Medal by then-President George Bush in 2007.

‘Invisible’ audience : Lucas put $58 million (37.8 million) of his own money into the movie. It will be released by his company Lucas film, and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox. He is putting a further $35 million (£22.8 million) towards the distribution costs, said trade paper The Hollywood Reporter.

“It’s a reasonably expensive movie,” Lucas told Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. “Normally black movies, say Tyler Perry movies or something, they’re very low-budget. Even then, the [Hollywood studios] won’t really release his movies, it goes to one of the lower, not major distributors. This [film] costs more than what those movies make,”

Director and actor Perry, whose movies include Why Did I Get Married and the Madea series, is one of the most profitable film-makers in the US. However, he retains the rights to all his work – which plays almost exclusively to black audiences – and has previously stated that his fans are “invisible” to the Hollywood mainstream. Lucas’s comments echo those of Spike Lee, who criticised the lack of black faces in Hollywood war movies in 2008. Speaking about Clint Eastwood’s movies Flags Of Our Fathers and Letters From Iwo Jima, Lee said: “He did two films about Iwo Jima back to back and there was not one black soldier in both of those films”.

“I know it was pointed out to him and that he could have changed it. It’s not like he didn’t know.”

Eastwood later justified his choice of actors on Flags Of Our Fathers, saying that the African-American troops who did take part in the battle of Iwo Jima were not involved in the key incident in the film – where US marines raised the American flag on Mount Suribachi. The veteran actor argued that if he had deliberately “put an African-American actor in there, people would go: ‘This guy’s lost his mind'”. Lucas insisted that Red Tails was nothing like preceding war films, including 1989’s Glory which, although it starred Denzel Washington, featured “a lot of white officers running these guys into cannon fire”.

Red Tails bring the courage to fight in the face of adversity

Props to BBC

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Beyonce – Sartorial Duty

“From an African Queen to a sexy Goddess; from a trailer park sensation to a breathtaking impersonation of Dietrich; from a rodeo heroine to simply a King, Beyoncé has graced her unique approach to style in an eclectic range of editorials–a pure elegant beauty with an underlying sizzle that symbolizes sexy. In this tour de force, let’s take a look at the most memorable style moments of Vogue’s Best Dressed honoree.”

Beyonce Knowles better know as Queen B serves up a variety of fierce looks for international editorials and album art, a summary of a few of Beyonce’s many photoshots from 2011. Take a look at the magnificent editorials Beyonce creates.

“Beyoncé wearing one of my dresses is harmony” – Roberto Cavalli

“Givenchy was made for Beyoncé, I can’t wait for Beyonce to give birth, because I want to get goose bumps when I see her back in Givenchy.” Riccardo Tisci – Givenchy

“Beyoncé is a force” Tom Ford

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Young Jeezy Ft 2 Chainz – Supafreak [Official Music Video]

Ambitious hustler Young Jeezy released the full video for his song featuring 2 Chainz “Supafreak,” after teasing us with some previews Young Jeezy unleashed the beast via MTV and our Favorite Yardie snatched to give it to the world, Press Play below. TM103 In stores already.

Props To YardieMWP

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Mary J Blige Featuring Beyonce – Love A Woman

Mary J Blige My Life 2 The Journey Continues released Fall 2011 includes the track Love a woman featuring Beyonce. Allegedly an off cut from Beyonce’s 4 studio session, Love A Woman was offered to Mary J Blige by Beyonce. A duet of female empowerment that really sets the bar vocally, lyrically and emotionally. To bring back R’nB in such a way in 2012 rumour has it that Mary J Blige and Beyonce will be performing this very song at The Grammy Awards in February, an event that will indeed confirm that Beyonce can bear the children then get back to business. Check out the soulful collaboration after the jump before the song becomes an anthem for Valentines day 2012.

Should The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul and Queen B put out a video for Love A Woman?

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