Thursday, September 30, 2010

VIDEO 50 Tyson - I Aint Gonna Lie Feat. T-Jeezy & Nerdy Star

VIDEO The History of Rap w/Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, The Roots

Dr. Dre & LeBron James Power Beats Commercial

+ Apparently Lebron became a de facto pitch man for the brand when Dre gave him a pair of Beats while he was heading to the Olympics. A few months later, they linked up and started vibing over how neither could find a pair of headphones that sounded any good and didn't slip off their ears while working out. That's how Power Beats were born. Not only do they have the incredible Beats sound, they also have control talk so that you can talk on your iPhone with them.

Video: Rick Ross Ft. Chrisette Michele x Drake “Aston Martin Music”


Drake @ Radio City NY w/Friends + Videos Bonus Jay-Z

Video: Drake performs "Karaoke" with Francis

Video: Drake Peforms "Light Up" with Jay-Z

source BillBoard

Curran Swint Event planner, Vintage Connoiseur, Stylist

Event planner, Vintage Connoiseur, Stylist, and overall Fashion addict. Meet Curran Swint, the humble, confident, loyal 20-something Philadelphia Native with a bright future. This optimistic opportunist prides himself on being a gentleman first and stays surrounded by positive people with common interests. With his close-knit crew, there is no question that Curran Swint will build his brand, his company and soon become a household name

Urban Cover Model + Vanessa Veasley + Puerto Rico= Bachelorette Party

Urban Cover Model Vanessa Veasley threw her best friend's Bachelorette Party in Puerto Rico & managed to get in some R&R. Below you will see the footage of her trip Ha
Looking back at you LOOK at it. Which ya lookin azz 

I'm Here

Like what?

Relaxing looking up at life 

Like So What

Guess what happen

Double Treat 

Beach Body Like POW POW

Ladies Dolled Up

Sweet Right

On are way out. All smiles 

Kiss Good Bye its been Lovely...


WoW Family Finds Dead Mouse Baked In Bread

A family in the United Kingdom received a shocking discovery this weekend when they sat down to make sandwiches for their kids.

According to published reports, father Stephen Forse found a dead mouse in a loaf of bread he was using to make sandwiches for his children.



Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Dr. Marc Lamont Hill Professor, Activist, TV Political Analyst + Child Hood Friend

 Dr. Marc Lamont Hill is one of the leading hip-hop generation intellectuals in the country. His work, which covers topics such as hip-hop culture, politics, sexuality, education and religion, has appeared in numerous journals, magazines, books, and anthologies. Dr. Hill has lectured widely and provides regular commentary for media outlets like NPR, Washington Post, Essence Magazine, and New York Times. He is currently a political contributor for Fox News Channel, where he appears regularly on programs such as The O’Reilly Factor, Huckabee, and Hannity. Prior to joining Fox News, Dr. Hill was a regular guest on CNN, MSNBC, and CourtTV. A nationally syndicated columnist, his writing appears weekly in Metro Newspapers. His award-winning daily blog is updated on his website,
In Fall 2009, he joins the faculty of Columbia University as Associate Professor of Education at Teachers College. He will also hold an affiliated faculty appointment in African American Studies at the Institute for Research in African American Studies at Columbia University.
Since his days as a youth in Philadelphia, Dr. Hill has been a social justice activist and organizer. He is a founding board member of My5th, a non-profit organization devoted to educating youth about their legal rights and responsibilities. Dr. Hill also works closely with the ACLU Drug Reform Project, focusing on drug informant policy. In addition to his political work, Dr. Hill continues to work directly with African American and Latino youth. In 2001, he started a literacy project that uses hip-hop culture to increase school engagement and reading skills among high school students. He also continues to organize and teach adult literacy courses for high school dropouts in Philadelphia and Camden.
In 2005, Ebony Magazine named him one of America’s top 30 Black leaders under 30 years old.
Dr. Hill is the author of Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy, and the Politics of Identity and the co-editor of Media, Learning, and Sites of Possibility and The Anthropology of Education Reader. He is currently completing two manuscripts: Knowledge of Self: Race, Masculinity, and the Politics of Reading; and You Ain’t Heard It From Me: Snitching, Rumors and Other People’s Business in Hip-Hop America.
Trained as an anthropologist of education, Dr. Hill holds a Ph.D. (with distinction) from the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the intersections between youth culture, identity, and educational processes. He is particularly interested in locating various sites of possibility for identity work, resistance, and knowledge production outside of formal schooling contexts. Particular sites of inquiry include hip-hop culture, urban fiction, and African American bookstores.

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G Day Young Jeezy Birthday + Magic City Performance Rap Game

Footage Below

COVER President Obama Rolling Stone + Pieces of story

President Obama makes his third appearance on the cover of Rolling Stone this October, granting the magazine an in depth conversation that serves as a follow up of sorts to his October 2008 interview, right before winning the election.

The interview covers topics from Fox News to the Gulf oil spill to Lil’ Wayne to the three women who can make him cry. After finishing his interview, the President added one more message to any Democrats ready to quit the good fight:

One closing remark that I want to make: It is inexcusable for any Democrat or progressive right now to stand on the sidelines in this midterm election. There may be complaints about us not having gotten certain things done, not fast enough, making certain legislative compromises. But right now, we’ve got a choice between a Republican Party that has moved to the right of George Bush and is looking to lock in the same policies that got us into these disasters in the first place, versus an administration that, with some admitted warts, has been the most successful administration in a generation in moving progressive agendas forward.

The idea that we’ve got a lack of enthusiasm in the Democratic base, that people are sitting on their hands complaining, is just irresponsible.

We have to get folks off the sidelines. People need to shake off this lethargy, people need to buck up. Bringing about change is hard — that’s what I said during the campaign. It has been hard, and we’ve got some lumps to show for it. But if people now want to take their ball and go home, that tells me folks weren’t serious in the first place.

If you’re serious, now’s exactly the time that people have to step up.

Mr. Obama also shared a personal assessment of his presidency so far:

What has surprised you the most about these first two years in office? What advice would you give your successor about the first two years?

Over the past two years, what I probably anticipated but you don’t fully appreciate until you’re in the job, is something I said earlier, which is if a problem is easy, it doesn’t hit my desk. If there’s an obvious solution, it never arrives here — somebody else has solved it a long time ago. The issues that cross my desk are hard and complicated, and oftentimes involve the clash not of right and wrong, but of two rights. And you’re having to balance and reconcile against competing values that are equally legitimate.

What I’m very proud of is that we have, as an administration, kept our moral compass, even as we’ve worked through these very difficult issues. Doesn’t mean we haven’t made mistakes, but I think we’ve moved the country in a profoundly better direction just in the past two years.

Continue reading for more outtakes from the interview.

VIDEO Jeremih FT 50 Cent - "Down On Me" - 3D Version DOPE

Why would OchoCinco send Halie aka Heather Home?

Dania Ramirez at Wet Republic

Kelly Rowland + Complex Mag = FIre Seductive Sexy Amazon Commander

she wants me.... in her dream 

What's in your PlayBook? RIM BlackBerry Playbook + Video & Specs

• 7-inch LCD, 1024 x 600, WSVGA, capacitive touch screen with full multi-touch and gesture support
• BlackBerry Tablet OS with support for symmetric multiprocessing
• 1 GHz dual-core processor
• 1 GB RAM
• Dual HD cameras (3 MP front facing, 5 MP rear facing), supports 1080p HD video recording
• Video playback: 1080p HD Video, H.264, MPEG, DivX, WMV
• Audio playback: MP3, AAC, WMA
• HDMI video output
• Wi-Fi – 802.11 a/b/g/n
• Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
• Connectors: microHDMI, microUSB, charging contacts
• Open, flexible application platform with support for WebKit/HTML-5, Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Adobe Mobile AIR, Adobe Reader, POSIX, OpenGL, Java
• Ultra thin and portable:
o Measures 5.1”x7.6”x0.4” (130mm x 193mm x 10mm)
o Weighs less than a pound (approximately 0.9 lb or 400g)
• Additional features and specifications of the BlackBerry PlayBook will be shared on or before the date this product is launched in retail outlets.
• RIM intends to also offer 3G and 4G models in the future.

Torch AD Campaign w/Major Lazer star Diplo (AD)

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Newark Mayor Cory Booker Speaks On $100 Mill Donation From Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg joined the ranks of openly philanthropic billionaires Friday with a 100-million-dollar grant to a troubled New Jersey public school system. He made the announcement on the Oprah Winfrey show, accompanied by the mayor of Newark and governor of New Jersey, who vowed to turn the city’s failing school system in a national model of excellence. “I’ve committed to starting the Startup: Education foundation, whose first project will be a 100 million dollar challenge grant” to Newark’s public school district, Zuckerberg said.
Zuckerberg, 26, jumped to the top ranks of Forbes Richest Americans list this week with an estimated net worth of 6.9 billion dollars, which made the Harvard drop-out the 35th richest American and second-youngest self-made billionaire. With this gesture Zuckerberg is joining forces with the likes of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, who earlier this year launched a campaign to get other billionaires to donate most of their fortunes to charity. Gates appeared in a video on the foundation’s Facebook page thanking Zuckerberg for his contribution and urging him to devote time as well as money to the effort.
“Your involvement in the years ahead — your thinking, your energy — will be even more important than your resources,” Gates said.
“Improving education in this country is the key to its future, making it a just place, achieving the full potential of all students. There’s a lot to learn.”
Oprah repeatedly chided Zuckerberg for wanting to make the donation anonymously, saying his shyness and desire for privacy should not outweigh the impact of a public announcement. “He needs to make this public so that more people will join in and give money,” the talk show diva and noted philanthropist insisted, to the applause of her studio audience.
Zuckerberg’s act of public generosity comes a week ahead of the October 1st release of “The Social Network,” a Hollywood film on the birth of Facebook that casts a harsh light on its founder. Promises of elitism, geekdom, betrayal and greed are fueling anticipation for the film and early reviews have mentioned the potential for it to be a contender in the Academy Awards. Facebook and Zuckerberg have not sanctioned the film, which takes viewers back to Harvard, where Zuckerberg was a student with dazzling computer skills who didn’t fit in at the status-conscious elite university. Zuckerberg downplayed the film as an act of fiction. “Oh, well, I mean, it’s a movie. It’s fun, you know what I mean? A lot of it is fiction, but even the filmmakers will say that they’re trying to build a good story,” he told Oprah. “And I can promise you, this is my life so I know, it’s not that dramatic. The last six years have been a lot of coding and focus and hard work, but maybe it will be fun to remember it as partying and all this crazy drama.”
Zuckerberg allowed Oprah’s cameras into the modest rental home he shares with his long-time girlfriend – a school teacher he met at Harvard who inspired him to get involved in educational reform – in Palo Alto, California. He said he chose Newark – a city to which he has no significant ties – because he believed in the leadership of Mayor Cory Brooker – whom he met at a conference in July – and Governor Chris Christie. “I’ve had a lot of opportunities in my life, and a lot of that comes from, you know, having gone to really good schools,” Zuckerberg said. “And I just want to do what I can to make sure that everyone has those same opportunities.”
The five-year grant will help reform a district of 40,000 children in which last year only 40 percent of students could read and write at grade level by the end of third grade, only 54 percent of high school students graduated and just 38 percent enrolled in college.

Quincy Harris Live Fox 29 7:00am - 10:am

Quincy Harris Live Fox 29 7:00am - 10:am