This is a love song to Los Angeles... but it's also a tale of heartbreak starring Kanye West, Lindsay Lohan, James Franco, and a host of others.I love this.
Who else misses the Kanye of 7 years ago?I take this over the Yeezus garbage anyday.
SEXYBLACK FIRST LISTEN MEGA-POST: Ron Isley, Divine Brown, The World Famous Tony Williams, Kanye West, Ashanti, John Legend, Rick Ross, Emeli Sande, India Arie, Eric Benet, 2 Chainz, Beyonce
Ron Isley -- Dinner And A Movie (SMOOTH)Divine Brown -- Leave Him Alone (T-Dot Represent!)The World Famous Tony Williams -- Another You (Remix) Ft. King Chip, Freddie Gibbs & Kanye WestAshanti -- Never Should HaveJohn Legend -- Who Do We Think We Are (w/ Rick Ross) [SEXYBLACK PICK!!!]Emeli Sande & Rick Smith -- Here It [...]
College Dropout is STILL the best rap album of all time.
During TIFF, I was lucky enough to see Spike Lee's Bad25, the chronicle of the creation of the follow-up to the best selling record of all time, Thriller. It was amazing, and the Q&A with Spike Lee afterwards was hilarious and completed the experience. The doc doesn't only deal with Bad, it showcases the work [...]
SEXYBLACK FIRST LISTEN: Rihanna, Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Chris Brown, Willie Taylor, Tank, Sevyn Streeter
Rihanna -- Diamonds (Remix w/ Kanye West) [HOTTT!!!!]Alicia Keys -- Brand New MeRihanna -- Nobody's Business (w/ Chris Brown) [SEXYBLACK PICK!]Willie Taylor -- Over (w/ Tank)Sevyn Streeter -- I Like It (HOTTTTTT!!!)
The 2nd single (in it's entirety) off the G.O.O.D. Music compilation coming Sept. 18, 2012. Ladies and Gentlemen, watch 2.5 Kings go HAM on
OG Ice T gets off Coco for a minute to bring us a new Hip Hop doc with everyone who's ever been anyone in the movement speaking their mind."Hip Hop didn't invent anything. Hip Hop re-invented everything."