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Kendrick Lamar reflected on his first meeting with legendary superproducer Dr. Dre and how they collaborated for what ultimately became the final track on his acclaimed album good kid, m..A.A.d city. Lamar revealed that he wasn't afraid of coming face-to-face with a man who had so much to do with putting his hometown on the map.
"I was very excited [when I first met Dr. Dre], I wasn't nervous at all. I was more excited because I knew that this was my shot," he said. "Everything that I worked for, everything that I built up to came down to that moment…that moment, I recorded my first song with Dre, which was 'Compton,' which is the last song on my album [good kid, m.A.A.d city]."
In her GQ spread, Rihanna touched on her sexually-charged image. The leggy singer revealed that she thinks that American's prudishness about sex makes people misunderstand her.
"That comes from my culture. That’s just the way it’s always been, and I think that for people, especially in America, they make it like the forbidden fruit, but that only makes kids more curious….I was a lot more naive about the way I moved and the way I was being perceived," she says. "The more you hear people talk about ‘Oh, you’re a sex symbol,’ it just makes you think, ‘Why are you saying that?’ And I figured it out."
"I like to feel like a woman," she added. "I have to be in control in every other aspect of my life, so I feel like in a relationship, like I wanted to be able to take a step back and have somebody else take the lead."
Daniel Craig has become this generation's iconic James Bond, and with Skyfall currently dominating the box office--its now the highest-grossing Bond film ever--it only looks like he's going to rocking the snazzy suits and shaken-not-stirred martinis for a while to come. Craig was recently asked if there was which pop superstar would make the best Bond girl: Beyonce or Rihanna.
Craig's answer was simple and clear-cut.
"Rihanna. Yeah," Craig replied. "She's dirtier."
Shyne and Game. Game and Shyne.
The two rappers have been sparring via Twitter for what seems like ages now. Why? Because Shyne said he didn't like Kendrick Lamar's album. Not Game's--Kendrick Lamar's. That bit of info is important, because in his latest series of disses, Shyne questioned Game's loyalty to his fellow Compton rhymer.
"@thegame are u gay? Get off my time line wit all that gay talk. #judas the homo thug!," Shyne tweeted. "@thegame Now I get it...the Lamar kid is your girl that's why u was on that captain save hooker. U had defend your boo! Coward"
"@thegame don't bring no security or police with u on that European tour. #hooker" he added.
Fat Joe is an avid sports fan, but the Bronx native isn't a fan of one legendary NBA player. Joe had harsh criticism for current Miami Heat star Ray Allen, who left the brotherhood of his Boston Celtics to join their most hated conference rivals this past offseason.
He told ESPN that Ray-Ray gets no love from Joey Crack.
"That's like me signing to G-Unit. ... When he went to them, I didn't even respect that, man," Joey said. "I didn't respect that. It's sad because I'm such a fan. I'd be lying if I didn't think his jump shot is crazy. But I don't love Ray Allen. I don't respect the move."
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Quincy Harris Live Fox 29 7:00am - 10:am
These are text messages i exchange with my 17 year old cousin bennett. he is a white boy that thinks he's a crip, works at amoco, has a ...
Kyla Pratt posted on Tumblr about her daughter and the child's father after the Web ran rampant with rumors following her announcement...