American Idol decided to give Randy Jackson the axe as a judge. He will not return in 2013 as a panelist, instead he will stay on as a mentor, and still earn his retirement check. American Idol has cleaned house…… Tyler, Jennifer, and now Randy is out.
Mariah Carey is in, safe and secure with 18 mill, and according to TMZ Nicki Minaj deal is 99% done. Nicki’s deal is ruffling a few feathers, Mariah Carey’s to be more specific. Rumor mill has it M.C. isn’t too fond of Nicki. Hell, nobody likes to be outshined it’s a female thing instead of embracing the next chick they join the secret society of hate on you.
Diddy and Kanye West are out, their greedy asses wanted more than MC. Last I checked A.I. didn’t have a rap category, and this ain’t talent search seek, find, and rip off, no offense Diddy.
Who would you like to see on AI’s judging table for 2013? Props to MJJ.
So a lot of things were uncovered about Karlie Redd during Part 1 of the season finale of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. But not one of them was her real age. Redd also didnt reveal her daughters age, or who her baby daddy could be. Check out all the info below, and watch Part 1 of the reunion here.
Artist for All Trades, Mark Mouzone is more than a triple threat. He surpasses most artists today because of his ability to bring the character in the customers Imagination to life. Mark Mouzone cannot be compared to anyone, partially because those that he has been inspired by range from Picasso, Salvador Dali, Ernie Barns, Bansky, Corn Bread, Cool Earl, and Taki 183. His style is his very own because he simply loves art!
With art as his hobby, Mark has explored many different mediums. From oils on canvas Pencil, spray paint, air brush, graphic marker, Acrylic paint and digital sketch photography.
Growing up in Englewood NJ, Mark Mouzone was exposed to many different culture all of which played a major impact on his life. Proud Husband and father, tutor and educator of children living with Autism, Mark leads a full and satisfying Life. Humbled by his everyday experiences, Mark continues to stay focus on his goal of building one of the biggest and best T-Shirt and Logo Design companies!
Check out more of Mark’s artwork here.
Chuck D has never been one to bite and tongue and the death of Violator founder Chris Lightly sent the legendary rapper into a verbal rampage. Chuck D went ham on celebrities, the music industry, Clive Davis, Jimmy Lovine and Lyor Cohen.
Chris Lightly death shocked the hip hop community and strangely it was exactly one day after Futuristic Blogger posted the 10 Most Shocking Hip Hop Deaths of 2012. Chuck D claims Clive Davis, Jimmy Lovine and Lyors Cohen look at black people as lesser than and don’t consider themselves family.
HipHopNews24-7.com has paid close attention to Chuck D twitter account and we were surprise to see him go on this twitter rant. Hit the link below to check out the tweets.
What started out in the park evolved into a massive money-making business, pulling in billions of dollars every year. From Jay-Z and billionaire Warren Buffent posing on the cover of Forbes magazine to Nicki Minaj’s endorsement deal with Pepsi, hip-hop has showed its reach and marketing power over the world.
Former drug dealers turned rappers are now CEOs and record label executives. Retired pimps turned rappers are on prime time television. Hip-hop has infiltrated just about every aspect of today’s society. Turn on the television and hear your favorite rap song during a Ford commercial. Go to the theater to see a gangsta rapper who originally said “f*ck the police” star in a family movie. Buy an HP laptop with Dr. Dre’s Beats Sound System. There’s no escaping hip-hop. But it wasn’t always this way. Hit the link below for the entire story. Props to 4UMF.
20 Years ago, Suge Knight and Dr Dre launched their now legendary record label Death Row Records. Under Suge’s feared reputation and iron-fist, Death Row was able to establish itself as one of the most formidable and profitable labels in the history of music. Multiple Platinum albums, Grammy Awards, # 1 songs, and the constant fear element that surrounded the label effectively placed Knight and the burgeoning, multimillion dollar Death Row enterprise on the very tip of the hip hop music mountain. Although Death Row has been defunct for over a decade, the everlasting legacy still continues. Hit the link below for the list of 20 facts you may not have known.
In an industry saturated with booty shaking females and dudes oozing with street credibility, enter Toni Monroe, a Cali-bred MC from LA, armed with the grind of a hustler, the lyrical flow of a veteran, and a style to make even the most skeptical critic take a second look.
Although Hip-Hop allowed her to find her voice, it has been a struggle. Being white, (Jewish to be exact) a female, and a B.B.W. (Big Beautiful Woman) in an industry dominated by black males, where only a few great female MC’s have made their mark, Toni’s mission is to spark, inspire and motivate change. Hit the link below to read more about Toni.