Saturday, June 23, 2007

Message to all you Coffee fans: This is a take over, I repeat THIS IS A TAKE OVER he is no longer in power.

You may have noticed that over the passed few weeks that Coffee has deserted you, not putting up new posts, not answering back your calls….But Due to various reasons he cannot show commitment to his loyal readers as he once did. So he has asked me Rose A. to step up to the plate and keep things going. And with the power vested in me this blog is gonna have a new twist…. Rose .A style.

New Young and Hot

Lil' Mama. The teenaged rap phenomenon's first commercial hit "Lip Gloss" is fastly becoming a celebratory anthem for girls of all ages. Lil' Mama is a multi-faceted artist who boasts the ability to sing, rap and write her own material. Her Jive Records debut, Voice of The Young People explores the mindset of a young woman who is truly wise beyond her years.Growing up between Brooklyn's rough East New York section and Harlem, Lil' Mama was forced to overcome both personal and financial struggles at an early age. As one of eight brothers and sisters, the rapper born Niatia Kirkland started to express herself artistically as a little girl through poetry and dance. When she was just 10-years-old, Lil' Mama decided to try and put a rhythm behind her poems.Just 17 and 5’2 it looks like Lil Mama is here to stay.

Lil Mama- Lip Gloss

Not only is Lip Gloss a hot track, but she's also now featuring on Avril Lavignes remix to Girlfriend. Seeeeeee downloading instrumentals and recording over it is not a waste of time. Lil Mama did it and sent it to Avril and the rest is history.

Avril Lavigne and Lil Mama Remix

Tiffany Evans another young wonder at just 14 years old born in the Bronx, New York. She began to sing at an early age and went to compete on Star Search twice. Tiffany also sang for the soundtrack of the Disney movie Tarzan ‘who am I’. Her latest song is called Promise Ring ft Ciara.

Tiffany Evans ft Ciara- Promis Ring

Tiffany Evans on Star Search

New Vids !

Usher and R.Kelly- Same Girl

Real corney ending if you ask me...come on I would expect this from Kells, but Ush smh you know wayyyy better!

Chris Brown -Wall to Wall

Chris does it again & just turning 18

Rihanna- Shut up and Drive

Well its no Umbrella ella ella but it will have to do, try harder next time rih-rih.

Amywine House ft Mos Def -Love is a Losing Game

Is Race Still a Problem?

Well Atlanta’s very own T.I seems to think so. Rapper T.I was unable to buy the house of his choice, according to the hip-hop star himself, because of the colour of his skin. T.I had his eyes set on a luxury house in Atlanta and was even ready to pay the asking amount of $2.5 million in cash. Despite his efforts to ‘make it rain’. Once the owners saw who he was, the house was no longer for sale. “ If you ask me its because I’m a young black man” says T.I

Eddie Come Get Your Baby!

"The test results are in and it proves Eddie…YOU ARE the father"

After all his claims not to be the baby’s daddy, the results are in and he is the father to daughter of Meb B, Angel Iris Brown. Oooo ….. its burns don’t it Eddie.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Kanye West - Can't Tell Me Nothing

Basically this is Kanye's "I told you so" track but it's sick. And he drafted in my fav rapper Jeezy just to go 'HAHAA!!' and 'YEAH!!' but it gives it that get money feel.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Team America


Quality Comeback!!

Master P shot back at 50's comments, at the BET Awards press conference, in style. And thanks for the link AmyLola - check her out Wednesday 4-6pm... just keep on pluggin. Anyway Master P, yeah... in an open letter response he said:

Curtis Jackson's comment motivated me. I paid for Curtis's first rap tour through the south. He was such a humble guy at the time. Most artists' mission is to sell records. My mission is to help save and change lives.
Like the Jose Mourinho side shot: pretend your being polite while throwing warning shots.

Think about it: people in jail are not writing letters proclaiming to come out and do the same thing that landed them there in the first place. People in the hood don't want to stay poor for the rest of their lives. They want to change. Parents that really love their kids would rather sacrifice their own lives so that their kids could make a change to have a better life and a better education.
One of 50's own tactics: state facts so people have to agree... therefore setting yourself up on the podium of being right.

First of all, it's simply disappointing to see people that are in a position to help make a change just sit back and entertain the negativity. It's sad to see Steven Hill set all of these programming standards at BET, just to contradict himself for the sake of marketing dollars or artist performances in order to create the appearance of a successful award show. The record company with the biggest marketing check controls the music video stations so we need to go after the people who actually control these programming networks if we want real CHANGE.
Now it's time to throw some punches.

There are four things that differentiate me from artists like Curtis Jackson. One, I can honestly admit that I was once part of the problem. Two, I don't want my son to grow up and be like me. I want him to be better and do better - and that is why he is taking the time to pursue a college degree. Three, money don't make me, I make money. My goal is to educate our people in building generational wealth and knowing how important it is to own real estate. Four, I'm a TRUE entrepreneur; my boss is God not Jimmy Iovine. From one brother to another, if you misunderstand my purpose you could always pick up the phone or talk to me in person. I'm trying to be part of the solution not the problem. The media thrives on entertaining, especially the negativity no matter what the cost. I'm praying for the brothers that are lost out there.
Knock-out blow: I'm praying... therefore placing himself on the podium of the righteous.

Throughout the years, I have lost so many relatives and friends. This year, I'd like to focus on the comedy movies because we need to laugh more. The first movie that I'm producing is "Black Supaman" and thereafter will be "The Mail Man" starring Tony Cox and myself. I'm setting up a book tour for "Guaranteed Success" and a Hip Hop Business class with financial expert Curtis Oakes for those seeking knowledge. I understand that I can't change the whole Hip Hop industry; I'm only trying to do my part. If you're real, be a part of the positive movement with Take A Stand Look for the first single "I Wanna Be Like You" from the album "Hip Hop History."
And I had to leave in the plug cause he deserved it.