Q Da Kid recently completed the video for a song called “A Letter to Shakir” and dedicates it to all who have passed and to those who mourn them. I’ve been wondering what’s been up with him, but JD explains via his blog:
EVERYBODY BEEN ASKING WHERE Q IS HE’S BEEN WORKIN…
RIGHT NOW WE JUST DEALING WITH THE POLITRICKS OF ME LEAVING IDJ BUT HAVE NOFEAR HIS ALBUM WILL BE COMING OUT
Thanks for this Q. It’s a beautiful song and video…
Fonzworth Bentley aka Derek Watkins is featured in the new issue of Rolling Out Magazine. The fellow ATLien speaks to the mag about the impact his gentlemanly style has had on the lives of young men everywhere. From his stint creating Diddy’s band to making G’s to Gents, Fonzworth has always kept a level head and a smooth exterior.
Check out the video of his interview below:
Click Here to read Fonzworth Bentley’s ‘Year of the Gentleman’ feature story.
T.I.’s new reality show Road to Redemption premieres on MTV tonight. I had my days mixed up and originally thought I missed it (I coulda sworn yesterday was Tuesday) so I searched for it last night and found the full episode. This first episode is really much better than I expected. PeeWee, the kid who wants to be a hustler, is forever changed by Tip’s strong advice.
Jermaine Dupri held his Grammy afterparty at Hyde in LA last night. Queen Latifah & her brother (above), Big Boi, Dallas Austin, Jay-Z and more all came out to party as JD held it down on the ones & twos:
Heeeyyyy Twan! I see you boo
Dallas was rasing the roof… woop woop!
No comment on the lack of women of color in the building! Just kidding JD! Of course there were tons of parties to choose from last night. Check out a few flix from more Grammy celebrations below:
Rapper/Producer/Entrepreneur Lil Jon was spotted partying it up at the Universal/Motown party.
Keyshia Cole arrives to the GlobalGrind.com launch party.
Just in case you were wondering why there were no signs of Ciara during last nights Grammy Awards, here’s your answer. CiCi and Enrique Iglesias performed during the 2009 Pro-Bowl half-time yesterday in Hawaii. They were joined by more than 600 dancers, drummers and acrobats from across the country, as well as 60 high school cheerleaders from throughout the Hawaiian Islands. I guess since Ciara wasn’t nominated or scheduled to perform at the Grammys, she chose a different route. Was she even missed?