I told you a few months ago that the “secret” video Chris Brown was filming was actually for Ester Dean’s hot new track “Drop It Low” well here’s the proof. Polow Da Don’s newest artist has a hot single which is included on the “More Than A Game” soundtrack. The video features cameos from Dean’s Zone 4, Inc. labelmate Keri Hilson as well as Nelly, Labron James and whoever else I missed.
You can also click here to download the track over on a previous “A” Pod. Check out the new video for “Drop It Low” ~ Ester Dean ft. Chris Brown below:
Seems Kanye’s lil stunt has made it all the way to the white house! During a CNBC interview on Monday, President Obama called hip-hop artist Kanye West a “jackass” regarding his behavior during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. (Click Here to watch the video of Kanye stealing the mic from Taylor Swift at the VMAs)
Sad thing is, Obama’s remark was actually made in an off-the-record portion of the interview that was tweeted …then deleted by ABC News reporter Terry Moran. Sadly for him, the results of his twitter stream are still searchable on the site: Continue Reading…
Kanye West hit up Jay Leno and offered yet another apology for the stunt he pulled on Taylor Swift during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards (Click Here to watch). I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling a bit of Kanye overload right now. But since I’m all for the people, I thought I’d share this transcript and video of Kanye’s 3rd apology on Jay Leno. (Apology #1, Apology #2)
JAY LENO: Have a seat, my friend. First of all, let me say thank you for honoring this commitment. A lot of times, people — They kind of back out at the last minute, or they have a publicist or someone call and say, “Oh, I’m sorry, my client’s not available.” So thank you for coming and doing this, in light of all the things that have been going on.
Tell me about your day. Have you had a tough day today?
KANYE WEST: Yeah, it’s been extremely difficult. I just — just dealing with the fact that I hurt someone or took anything away, you know, from a talented artist or from anyone, because I only wanted to help people. My entire life, I’ve only wanted to give and do something that I felt was right. And I immediately knew in the situation that it was wrong, and it wasn’t a spectacle or just — you know, it’s actually someone’s emotions, you know, that I stepped on. And it was very — it was just — it was rude, period. And, you know, I’d like to be able to apologize to her in person. And I wanted to –
JAY LENO: So when did you know you were wrong? Was it afterwards? as you were doing it? When did it strike you, “Uh-oh”?
In case you missed it, here are a few clips of Whitney Houston’s Oprah interview, which aired today (September 14th). Whitney appeared in a secluded theatre and quietly confided in Oprah about her former drug use and her tumultuous relationship with singer Bobby Brown, ex-husband and father to Whitney’s only child, Bobbi Kristina.
Oprah’s sincerely allows Whitney to freely discuss her demons. She talks about her first meeting Bobby and expresses a ton of emotion during the discussion. She recalls how passionate their relationship was and how addicted she was to him, referring to Bobby as her “drug”. She spoke about the “allure, the passion, the crazy love” during her early days with Brown and you could almost feel the intensity of her memories. Acknowledging that Bobby initially displayed a “sweet, gentle tenderness,” she says that as her stardom exploded (sometime around the time of The Bodyguard), Brown’s insecurity and jealousy increased to hostility.
“He spit on me,” she said with quiet vehemence, as though reliving the degrading moment.
As for the well-known drug use, Houston tried to explain the combination of drugs she was taking during her worst times, and Oprah had her break it down. “Follow me here, Oprah,” said Houston. She explained she was “lacing marijuana… with rock cocaine.” “I wasn’t getting high by myself,” she said. “We were partners.”
All I know is… Whitney was “Whitney Houston” well before she and Bobby got together. She was always the bigger star so that part of her argument is a tad bit iffy. Everyone’s always blaming Bobby for Whitney’s downfall…and now she’s on Oprah pretty much blaming him too. I think she needs to own up for her own bad choices and move forward.
Lil Mama has sent out an apology via her PR peeps for her actions last night. In case you missed it, Rapper Lil Mama decided to grace the stage during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards closing performance, in which Jay-Z and Alicia Keys performed their first-ever collaboration, “Empire State of Mind.” The America’s Best Dance Crew judge hopped out of her seat and onto the stage during the song’s final seconds and pranced around onstage as if she was the headlining act. Word is, Jay attempted to avoid embarrassing her by tapping her on her leg, but apparently she didn’t get the hint. In her statement, Lil Mama says she was merely caught up in the moment:
“I did not mean any disrespect towards Jay-Z or Alicia Keys,” the statement read. “I admire them and look up to them as role models. ‘Empire State of Mind’ had my emotions running high. In that moment I came up onstage to celebrate my two icons singing about NY.” (source)
Kanye West also issued another apology to Taylor Swift for stealing her joy during the awards show as well. Now, I’m still standing by my original assessment that this is all a hoax wonderfully crafted by MTV writers, but viewers are angered so much by Kanye seemingly disrespecting a lil country singer, that they’re gonna keep this going for a while. This is ratings gold!! Why not keep up the drama?? Anyway, Kanye hit up his blog yet again to issue a 2nd apology. The new statement says: Continue Reading…
You ever wonder what happened to the 80’s group Kid n’ Play? Well peep this episode of “Life After” which features the former rap/dance group, consisting of Christopher “Kid“ Reid and Christopher “Play” Martin. The two starred in the movie House Party and House Party 2, which launched the careers of the likes of Martin Lawrence, A.J. Johnson, Tisha Campbell and more. Remember this crazy dance-off scene?
High top fades and colorful gear were all the rage back then. Anyway…the duo split at least 15 years ago with each going their separate ways in the industry. Kid attempted a career in acting and comedy, while Play… well I still dunno what Play did? Check out the full video below: Continue Reading…