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Beyonce Misses the Mark with Fashion Police

 


The singing diva's fashion choice for the 2013 Grammy Awards didn't quite live up to her usual fashion-forward style. Check out her demure look. Joan Rivers and the Fashion Police give their ruling on Beyonce style.



Def Comedy Jam with Eddie Griffin

 


Eddie Griffin has built an ever-growing fan base since jumping onto the comedy scene in 1990 and hasn’t looked back since. His Stand-Up Comedy Specials have received rave reviews.


Def Comedy Jam is an HBO television series produced by Russell Simmons. The series had its original run from March 7, 1992 to May 2, 1997.


1991 was a crazy year. Magic Johnson, Rodney King, and Michael Jackson were all in the news, and Eddie Griffin's got thoughts.





What Was Prodigy Beef with Jay-Z & Nas?

 


American rapper Albert Johnson, better known by his stage name Prodigy, was born on November 2, 1974 in Hempstead, New York. His greatest professional successes were accomplished as one half of the hip hop duo Mobb Deep.


But almost as much as writing great rhymes, Prodigy loved a good rap beef. His career was filled with battles against many of the greatest rappers of all time, and he usually gave as good as he got.




Jay Z vs Prodigy

The "New York, New York" video actually started a second major beef in Prodigy's career. Jay made a passing reference to the clip on his 1998 song "Money, Cash, Hoes": "It's like New York's been soft ever since Snoop came through and crushed the building."


It was a line Prodigy took public exception to. "Jay was nowhere to be found when that drama popped off between Mobb Deep, Dogg Pound, Pac, and Biggie," P told The Source. "That was our little personal beef, not a coastal war... so Jay Z is a bitch-ass nigga for making that quote in his lyrics."


Tensions that had been stewing for years (there were, P claimed, subliminals thrown back and forth on "Trife Life" and "Where I'm From") exploded in 2001 when Hov debuted his Mobb Deep diss "Takeover" live at Summer Jam, and included the now-infamous picture of a young Prodigy at his grandmother's dance school. 


"I did like the tactic that Jay used," Prodigy said years later, about the photo displayed on the Summer Jam screen. "That was pretty slick." He fired back with "Crawlin'"—and, at least according to his memoir, by nearly beating Jay up at Diddy's restaurant, Justin's.



Nas vs Prodigy

On "Destroy and Rebuild," released in 2001, Nas took some shots at P, but in a very Nas-like way: "Prodigy, I got love for you," he says on the song's outro. "Just get them unloyal niggas from out your circle." Prodigy claimed in his book that Nas rapped this because "he was mad at me for doing a song with Cormega on which Mega took shots at Nas in his verse."


But there was actually another, deeper level. P said in an interview on Vlad TV that some of Nas' Queensbridge friends were upset that Prodigy was repping their hood even though he wasn't originally from there.


"I can't even really be mad at Nas, because these is the people he grew up with," P said. "I had to distance myself from them, because [Nas is] standing next to someone who's threatening my life... that's how it got kind of crazy." Nas and P reconciled when Prodigy returned home from prison in 2011.





What Happened To Kris Kross?

 


Don't try to compare them to another bad little fad! These two best friends with the same name didn’t have dreams of fame and fortune but, they would accomplish just that with their talent and unique fashion style. Then, after going radio silent for many years, followed by one special and nostalgic reunion performance, a shocking death ended it all for good. Let’s find out what happened to American ‘90s Hip Hop duo Kris Kross.


Kris Kross was an American hip hop duo that consisted of Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly and Chris "Daddy Mac" Smith. Kris Kross was the youngest hip-hop duo to gain success, with gold and platinum albums at 12 and 13 years old. The duo was discovered by Jermaine Dupri in 1991.





Sir Will (@IAMSIRWILL) f/ Judge Da Boss - "Moment of Truth" (Video)

Compton bred Phoenix based rapper Sir Will just released a new video for "Moment of Truth", an unhinged anthem of perseverance that features fellow Arizona rapper Judge Da Boss. With production by Pandora Nightz, the song’s masterful and dynamic elements keep listener’s on their toes for a fresh and invigorating musical listen marked with effortless flow, throbbing bass and heavy-hitting synths. The video for "Moment of Truth" was inspired by 2pac & Dr. Dre's "California Love" but with an action-packed desert vibe. With influences such as 2 Pac, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne as well as notable battle rappers Tay Roc, Tsu Surf, Geechi Gotti, and Math Hoffa, Sir Will has no limits when it comes to fusing musical styles. “I’m from the West Coast, so you will be able to hear that in my slang, the way I talk. But I want you to hear the East Coast lyricism, all the way to that South bounce. I want to be able to deliver it from all areas like it's never been done before.” Outside of music, Sir Will finds purpose by giving back to the community and educating inner city youth on financial literacy. With more music on the horizon, Sir Will is not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. “The message is simple - I’m here to create great music and deliver it from the perspective of someone who came from nothing and who has seen success before all the music and fame.”

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