The ones who keep going, evolve, even flourish, long enough for us to still be listening to them ten, twenty, even fifty years later. Forty-six artists about whom you’ll never say, “I only like their early work.”
The legends—or legends-in-the-making—who refuse to die, quit, back down or shut up.
Usher Raymond IV was minding his own business chillin with ghosts, goblins & trannies in Little 5 Points last weekend, when he was brutally attacked by some crazy lady dressed as a pilgrim.
Apparently the pilgrim lady was fighting mad about Usher parking his expensive gas guzzling limousine in a parking spot reserved for the handicapped, so much so that she had to be pulled away by 5 or 6 bystanders.
Fortunately for Ursh, Elvis was also standing nearby and he saved the popular crooner’s life all while holding on to a magical can of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.
Yeah… I know this story sounds like total bullsh*t, but I promise… I could never make up a story this crazy!
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Michael Vick covers the October/November issue of Uptown Magazine with all his chocolate glory.
[Two years ago], I was happy just to be on a team. When I was in prison, I prayed for another opportunity.
And when I signed with the Eagles, that opportunity had come. I was ecstatic at that point, and I’m even happier now.
[Sidebar: That $100 milli probably played a big part in that.]
Mike speaks of his deliverance through tough times and how he’s way more cautious about who he grants interviews to (as you recall, he even turned down Oprah… OPRAH!!)
“I play the game the way I know how to play it,” Vick tells UPTOWN, after the magazine spent months trying to negotiate an interview. He’s understandably cautious about whom he talks to and what he says.
“You have to take precautions, but this is what I love to do. I want to be there for my team and do what I have to do as a quarterback to be successful.”