Nicki Minaj - Massive Attack (Official Video)

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Anyone peep the Amber Rose cameo? Anyways I'm not a big fan of the song, but the video shows off Nicki's assets (pun intended hehe). Nicki's assets + Hype Williams directing = WIN

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Joe Budden - Unthinkable

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This song has that old Budden vibe. Son did his thing and the beat fits him perfectly. U asked if N's fuckin/how can u not assume/ Its like u fightin Ricky Martin in a locker room #BARS!

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Jimmy Kimmel Unneccessary Censorship

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Easily one of the best segments on late night TV...I never seen the best of 2008 before, these are too funny!


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Kid Cudi Looks Like A Bobblehead

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He prob puts his shirts on by sliding his whole scrawny body down through the collar. I never thought I would see someone to rival Jason Kidd's son, but this dude Cudi has got a CRANIUM! This dude seriously wears a size 21 3/4 fitted. **DEAD**

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Stouffer's To Put Suicide Prevention On Boxes

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I hope no one takes his serious haha...This is for clowning purposes only children.

Stouffers To Include Suicide Prevention Tips On Single Serve Microwavable Meals

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Ludacris feat. Lil Scrappy - Everybody Drunk

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This joint goes! Luda's delivery is dope as hell, and I swear I seen Lil Scrappy on a milk carton recently but he comes in and does his thing! Nice summer track...

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iPhone 3GS Bye Bye, iPhone HD Coming This Summer Also To Verizon

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I'm actually really glad I held out and didn't grab a 3GS. It just seemed like a slightly better 3G, but this right here is indeed news. AT&T will take a HUGE hit when they lose they're exclusivity, MARK MY WORDS!
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ARTICLE via Engadget
You heard right, folks -- according to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is currently "developing a new iPhone to debut this summer," and as if that weren't enough, it's also "working on another model for US mobile phone operator Verizon Wireless." As of this moment, details about the break are nowhere to be found, but it's not like either tidbit is shocking. This summer will mark the one-year anniversary of the iPhone 3GS, and if the Cupertino-based company keeps with its historical refresh pattern, we're just a few months out from seeing the latest and greatest iPhone. There's also been no shortage of iPhone-to-Verizon rumors over the years, with the latest of 'em happening during the run-up to the iPad's launch.

Update: We're now learning that the "next iPhone is being manufactured by Taiwanese contract manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry," which just so happens to be the same outfit responsible for crafting all prior iPhones. That's according to "people briefed on the matter" and sourced by the WSJ. It's also stated that the world's first CDMA iPhone will be manufactured by Pegatron Technology, which we caught just last week dabbling in some of NVIDIA's Tegra 2-based wares. If all goes well, Pegatron could begin mass production of the CDMA iPhone (exact model not disclosed) this September, so it's hard to say if Sprint or Verizon would have access before the all-too-lucrative holiday season. As for quotes on the matter? Most everyone involved wouldn't say a word, but an AT&T spokesman did utter the following: "There has been lots of incorrect speculation on CDMA iPhones for a long time. We haven't seen one yet and only Apple knows when that might occur."

On a week that couldn't possibly get any bigger for Apple, that's exactly what just happened. Everyone suspected that a fourth-generation iPhone was in the works, but having an outlet like the WSJ confirm it just makes the summer that much harder to wait for. There's also the possibility that 2010 will be the final year that AT&T retains its death-grip on the iPhone, but by the sound of this report, it still seems as if the nation's largest GSM carrier may nab exclusive rights on the latest iPhone. We also can't help but wonder about the future of a true 4G iPhone -- will Sprint manage to grab a WiMAX-enabled version? Will Verizon get its grubby paws on an LTE model? We figured only Jobs would know, but now... there might just be someone else out there willing to spill the beans.

Update 2: Soon after the news broke, we were informed that the next-generation iPhone would be announced on June 22nd (a Tuesday, naturally) and would be dubbed the iPhone HD (a name that has been tossed around before). That certainly makes sense given that Apple almost certainly has to up the pixel count in order to rival the EVO 4G, HD2 and all of those other high-res handsets, but we're still reserving judgment until we see that fateful media invite hit our inbox.

Update 3: John Gruber's just weighed in with some more tidbits, in his characteristically polite way. Gruber says the next model will have an A4-class SoC, a 960 x 640 display, a front-facing camera, and that iPhone OS 4.0 will enable third-party multitasking. A pretty safe set of predictions, in all, but Gruber's done pretty well in the past, so we'll just have to wait and see.

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Wale, Big Sean, And Clipse Concert

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If you aren't here tonight you're missin out...anytime Clipse is is MI I'm there, but add in Wale and Big Sean and its a no-brainer!

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"I'm not a big fan of Tracy McGrady -- as a person or as a player," - Amare

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How is this a d-bag move? So if any high school basketball player from Florida has questions about a career in the NBA, Amare Stoudemire or Tracy McGrady is obligated to give him advice and help him out? Sounds like Amare is just cryin for no reason...

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Joe Budden & Royce Da 5'9 - New York, Jersey, Philly

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On the Beamer, Benz, or Bentley beat Joey most definitely bodies this beat better than your favorite rapper could have. Royce admitted he was drunk on his verse but that shit is still mad funny. Did I mention #BARS?

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Justin Bieber Rockin TK's

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My boy the Bieb with the clean shoe game. FLOSSIN!!! Justin Bieber is taking over the world so you better get ready! BONUS BIEBER ON LETTERMAN:

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Wale - Rude Boy (Freestyle)

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This beat is so damn catchy, Wale got a nice delivery on this but he didn't really have any outstanding #BARS.

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Nickelus F - Aggressive Content (Video)

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Flow is sick, beat is sick and the Ric Flair quotables are just too illy!

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Obama on Auto-Tune

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For those who haven't had a laugh yet today enjoy...LMAO at "Ampuuutaaayshunnn.... boop"

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Beyonce's Pregnant

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Jay is seriously #winnin right now. That baby is going to be so set! I know that if that baby comes out ugly because of Jay, that's the last one that Bey is gonna pump out. If Beyonce's prego titties end up like Halle Berry's then we are all #winnin
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ARTICLE via NY Post:
Jay Z and Beyonce are expecting their first child, according to a report.

Mediatakeout.com, a blog which claims to be "the most visited urban website in the world," says that Beyonce is pregnant.

The website apparently "learned from a ROCK SOLID source" that she's expecting, and "is doing fine and resting (for now)." The site also reported that Jay Z is "EXTREMELY happy to be having his first child with Bey."

Beyonce's spokesman refused to discuss the pregnancy report, while a rep for Jay-Z did not immediately respond to calls seeking comments.

"No comment,'' said Alan Nierob, Beyonce's publicist. "We don't respond to private-matter inquiries.''

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How To Eat Watermelon

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Reminds me of that crazy uncle/cousin we all got in our family. You know, the one you see at family functions. He's the comedian, old Vietnam vet, pimp, and alcoholic all rolled into one. Na but forreal this dude is saying be yourself, and telling you what not to do at the same time. But lmao at "all you need is a twang of salt"

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R.Kelly's Indian Brother

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All I have to say is I know his victims were "pissed off"...I know I was kinda wrong for that one lol.
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27-year-old Nitinkuma A. Patel of Jersey City has something of an odd fetish: He apparently gets off by peeing on the legs of young women. Police had received five reports of a strange man running up behind women and pissing on them...

The incidents began in December, and involved Hispanic women ages 16 to 25. Fortunately for police, our little degenerate didn't bother to change the location of his attacks. So Officer Mike Meyers spent two weeks staking out the area.

He hit paydirt when he saw a 16-year-old girl walking down the street. Patel ran up behind her, pulled down his sweatpants, then peed on the back of the girl's legs. He tried to quickly walk away. But he walked straight into the arms of one Officer Meyers.

Incriminating evidence: A large wet spot on the front of his sweatpants.

After the arrest, another woman came forward to identify Patel as the man who peed on her, bringing his total of pissing victims to seven.

Patel, who lives in Secaucus but works at a Jersey City donut shop, has been charged with criminal sexual contact, lewdness, and child abuse. Police believe he'll have a really hard time bragging up the sinister nature of his crimes while incarcerated.

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BAD BITCH OF THE DAY: Kimmie K

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Raw dog, 3 strokes!!! I would demolish her!!! One of the most beautiful specimens on this planet. Life just isn't fair...oh well enjoy







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FUBU Tryin To Make A Comeback

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Commercial is so corny lmao. I can't wait for them to retro FUBU jerseys OH LAWD!

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Chamillionaire Tries To Get Picture With Jordan

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I know the video is long and I even thought I was only gonna watch it for like 30 seconds but I was hooked instantly. This shit is too funny and MJ seems like a complete asshole. Cham tells a funny ass story nontheless.

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Official Hip Hop Madden Ratings WEEK 1: Legends

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So in my head I'm always rating the music I'm listening to. As most of you can tell hip hop is my choice of music and it is something I am very passionate about. I decided that every Monday I am going to give a run down of probably 5-6 rappers, and give them a rating from 0-100 similar to what is done in Madden. I will also compare them to an athlete either past or present, who their career is similar to. My 99 overall rapper will get a detailed description, and everyone else will just have their stats shown. It is a long process to do all this, so if there is an artist that you want me to give a full breakdown on please let me know, and I will try to do it as soon as I can.

The skill sets I use to determine these ratings are: LYRICS, DELIVERY, ALBUM CATALOG, MAINSTREAM IMPACT AND PERSONAL OPINION. My personal opinion will be the category that weighs the least in the overall rating. Let the games begin...We're gonna start this week with legends, and I have chosen Tupac, the Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Eminem and Nas. I know there could of been options like Big Pun, Rakim, Big L, Big Daddy Kane, LL Cool J, Run DMC etc, but the above are the people I feel fit the "Legend" billing.
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JAY-Z - OVERALL RATING 99

LYRICS: 96
I'm not gonna lie when Jay came in the game with Reasonable Doubt lyrically it was obvious that he was a force to be messed with. But in 1996 that was an era where to be considered a great rapper you actually had to spit so he wasn't really doing anything different. When Jay in my eyes separated himself is when he continued to deliver thought provoking lyrics, and still top the charts in an industry that had become watered down with mindless lyrics. Add to the fact that Jay has more double entendres than any other rapper I can think of...for example on D'evils, "So I kept feeding her money 'til her shit started to make sense."

He describes the human body and how it takes food through the digestive system...in the process the body takes the nutrients that it needs and excretes the rest through what we know as doo doo. So he goes on to say....the line above describes the metaphorical process of digesting a dollar bill. The body takes what it needs and excretes the few cents left over. ---> TOO FUCKIN DOPE!!!

DELIVERY: 99
As far as delivery Jay has switched up his flow just as good if not better than anyone else in the game. From his quick paced lyrical onslaught style on Reasonable Doubt, to his relaxed kick back and talk some shit style on Blueprint 3, Jay's delivery has never been a question. From the fast flow "Nigga what, nigga who" to the laid back delivery "Girls, Girls, Girls", Jigga got it all in the arsenal.

ALBUM CATALOG: 97
From 1996-2010 Jiggaman has dropped 11 studio albums, every which one has topped the Billboard charts. His catalog possesses "Reasonable Doubt", which many people see as one of the greatest albums of all time, and "The Blueprint" which many actually see as his greatest work. In between you got gems like "Vol.2 Hard Knock Life" and "American Gangster", you will be seriously hard pressed to find an artist with as an extensive a catalog of consistently quality material. The only reason his catalog isn't given a 99 by me is there definitely was some filler material on some albums (to be expected), most notably "Vol.3 Life and Times of Shawn Carter" and "Kingdom Come", still I consider these to be solid albums. When I debated between Jay-Z and Biggie as my G.O.A.T. it was Jay's overall body of work that gave him the slight edge, since Biggie obviously never got to finish his career.

MAINSTREAM IMPACT: 99
From throwback jerseys, button-up shirts, to Maybachs and drinking Cristal...Jay has started and at his own will killed these same trends that he started. On the Blueprint Jay said "Jump on the track like duhn, duhn, duhn/ With the throwback jersey and the fitted" everyone was runnin out and coppin. I'm sure Mitchell and Ness stock began to skyrocket, just as quickly as it plummeted on the Black Album when Jay said "And I don't wear jerseys I'm 30 plus/Give me a crisp pair of jeans nigga button ups."

Besides all the trends he set, the label he and partner Dame Dash founded, Roc-A-Fella Records literally ran the rap game for a good 4-5 years, boasting one of the best rosters in recent memories (Jay-Z, Kanye West, Beanie Sigel, Freeway, Cam'Ron, Young Gunz just to name a few).

Jay is obviously looked up to by almost all aspiring rappers, and is one of the favorites of many of the most currently successful artists in the game. Although it's said that Dame Dash was really the one who gave Kanye a chance to rap, there is a reason that Ye' decided to side with Jay when the Roc split.

Outside of music Jay has proven to be a savvy businessman. He owns the masters to his entire catalog, except for "Reasonable Doubt" which he owns half of. Jay has opened numerous businesses and in 2009 his net worth was over $500 million. Oh yeah and he bangs out Beyonce!!!

PERSONAL OPINION: 99
For a long time the Notorious B.I.G. was my clear G.O.A.T, but a heated debate amongst hip-hop heads at the 1st Yeezy campout made me go back and relisten to Jay-Z's entire catalog, album by album, word by word. The process took me about a month and when I was done I came to the realization that this man just had too much classic material, and has been too good for too long for him not to get the crown. If I was stranded on a deserted island and could only listen to one artist, it would simply be Jay-Z.

ATHLETE COMPARISON:
Although on the Blueprint Jay said "I'm Michael, Magic, and Larry all rolled into 1", I could only pick one athlete for him, and that would obviously be Michael Jordan. Both of them changed the game and are considered by many as the G.O.A.T in their respective crafts. Pretty simple and easy comparison with this one.

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NOTORIOUS B.I.G. - OVERALL RATING 98

LYRICS: 98
Big's wordplay was absolutely ridiculous and ahead of his time. See 10 Crack Commandments, "Money and family don't mix like 2 dicks and NO bitch, you find yourself in serious shit"

DELIVERY: 99
Big obviously had the slow, smooth, layed back delivery but when "Notorious Thugs" came out Big went bar for bar with Bone-Thugs-and-Harmony who were known for their quick paced delivery.

ALBUM CATALOG: 94
Only reason catalog is not a higher rating is because Big's life was cut short. This obviously isn't his fault, but I can't justify giving a higher ranking when he only had 2 albums (I don't count Born Again), even though "Ready To Die" and "Life After Death" in my mind were classic.

MAINSTREAM IMPACT: 99
Big was the face of east coast hip-hop in an era where territory was everything. He topped the charts with many #1 hits, and was the major reason that Bad Boy Records garnered its early success.

PERSONAL OPINION: 98
For a long time Big was my clear cut G.O.A.T but like I said earlier Hov slightly surpassed him simply due to a larger catalog. Something I do note is that for Big to be even mentioned in the same breath as Jay with only 2 albums is crazy!

ATHLETE COMPARISON: Ken Griffey Jr.
Big just like Griffey took his respective craft by storm when he began. They both were already being compared to the all time greats, and both had the primes of their careers cut short by injury. Although Griffey never had a career ending surgery, his numerous injuries made him a shadow of his former self. Both Biggie and Griffey's respective declines were not of their own choice.

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EMINEM OVERALL RATING 96

LYRICS: 99
In my opinion simply the greatest lyricist hip-hop has ever seen. Em packs more in 1 bar than any other rapper. Although Em's subject matter is not as wide as some of the other greats, his vivid imagery he uses and witty wordplay more than makes up for this. Add to the fact that he gives listeners such an in depth look into his mind, the listener has to respect this type of honesty. One more quick tidbit, I don't care what anyone says Em completely out-shined Jay-Z on "Renegade", and Jay came with a dope ass verse.

DELIVERY: 99
I would love to hear someone name me any rapper that has a smoother, more versatile flow than Em. It is not an opinion, but a FACT that this man has a flawless delivery. Em never sounds off beat and knows how to emphasize the right words to get his lyrics across.

ALBUM CATALOG: 91
The Slim Shady LP a near classic in my eyes, and the Marshall Mathers LP is a classic to me. The Eminem Show was a great album in my eyes, but that is where it stops. For whatever reason it's like Em had a mid-career crisis, and the quality of his albums began to slightly diminish. It's not that Em was dropping complete garbage albums, it's just that the tracks would either be outstanding or unlistenable. Encore was quite the lackluster effort in my eyes, especially for an Eminem album. It then took him 5 years to drop Relapse which was much improved, but seems like it could of been much better had Em taken it more seriously (see annoying ass Borat voice on more than half the album).

MAINSTREAM IMPACT: 95
I don't know if anyone noticed but Em is white! Eminem has sold the most albums of any rapper within the last 10 years. Please note that he took a 5 year hiatus! This is crazy and Em has developed a loyal following that will not only support him, but more importantly purchase his music. Em's sometimes homophobic and obscene lyrics also caused a bit of an uproar when he first came out, which just added to his popularity.

PERSONAL OPINION: 95
To me Eminem could have been the G.O.A.T had he not had the personal issues he had. This caused him to take extensive breaks from music, and caused him to get a sense of complacency which led him to releasing some subpar music. Although I do love Eminem's catalog to me it's strictly music I can listen to in headphones, and not something I can ride around to. Regardless, dude is the greatest lyricist of all time and as you can see he is far from done, as he completely outshined everyone in his B.E.T. Award cypher...See below


ATHLETE COMPARISON: Larry Bird
Yeah, yeah I know what everyone's gonna say here white guy for white guy. But it really is a fair comparison when you look at the way people looked at Bird when they first seen him on the court, just like they seen Em the first time they seen him spit. People doubted these white guys that came into a craft that was dominated by blacks, and showed they could not only hang but be one of the greats.

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TUPAC: OVERALL RATING 95

LYRICS: 92
Pac strength as a lyricist was his story-telling ability. Why his lyrics rating was lower than everyone else so far is because of his lack of any thought provoking lyrics. When you listen to Pac you kind of get what you get, and there really isn't much hidden meaning behind his lyrics. He also contradicted himself quite a bit in his lyrics. This is not to knock him because a 92 is still a strong rating. Pac's biggest strength was the fact that he really only rapped about things he actually did, and this realness is universally respected amongst all fans.

DELIVERY: 90
There is no doubt that Pac could ride a beat, but he loses points here because of his inability to show a lot of vocal range on tracks, and lacked the versatility that some of the greats in this category display. His delivery was a bit choppy at times and other than his strong voice nothing wows me about his delivery or rhyme scheme.

ALBUM CATALOG: 97
This is one of the categories that boosts Pac's rating up the most, and what I respect about him the most. The man was an absolute workaholic, plain and simple. The fact that unreleased Tupac material exists almost 15 years after his death is simply amazing. Pac also has "All Eyez on Me" in his catalog, which many view as the greatest double disc album of all time. My personal favorite is "Makivelli: 10 Day Theory" album.

MAINSTREAM IMPACT: 99
Pac's personality was infectious and the people that listened to his music felt they knew him. This led to him having arguably the largest fan following of all time. Pac was the face of the West Coast during the East/West beef of the mid 90s'. People were rockin bandanas and screaming "Thug life!" because Pac did. Almost 15 years after his death, Pac albums are still coming out left and right, and are still to this day selling well.

PERSONAL OPINION: 92
I just personally don't mess with Pac's music like that. Now growing up in elementary and middle school he was my favorite rapper, but as my music tastes matured I realized that there were some more talented artists that I began to listen to more frequently. It's mainly Pac's lack of witty wordplay that knocked him down my scale.

ATHLETE COMPARISON: Gordie Howe

Both were considered one of the best at what they did, and both were known as dirty players doing it. Howe loved to fight and take cheap shots to get a competitive edge, just like Pac lived a thug life, and loved to take shots at his peers (mostly through diss tracks). Although Howe played till the age of 50, and Pac's life was taken away prematurely, I have a feeling that Pac would of been rapping until he died because he loved music so much.
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NAS: OVERALL RATING 94

LYRICS: 97
Many regard Nas as the greatest lyricist of all time. There is no doubt that Nas can rap for days, and he often teaches great lessons and often times provides great moral messages in his music. The reason Nas doesn't get the perfect rating in this category is because he sometimes seems to get off track and off subject and go on talking about topics irrelevant to his song.

DELIVERY: 93
Nas can no doubt ride a beat, and even with the word filled bars he spits, he manages to stay on beat. Nas loses some points because the lack of versatility in his delivery. I blame this mostly on Nas' beat selection over the course of his career, and I feel this has severely held his delivery back.

ALBUM CATALOG: 93
Nas created "Illmatic" which is seen by many as the G.O.A.T in regards to rap albums. I personally don't agree with this sentiment, but I respect the album because it is so truly ahead of its time. Nas only really has 2 albums that stand out to me as great albums: "Illmatic" and "Stillmatic". There was about a 10 year gap between the two and all of the albums in between were subpar, and "It Was Written" which was below average. Nas no doubt had some classic tracks on these albums, but there was too much filler material for them to be considered classic.

MAINSTREAM IMPACT: 89
Nas has never really been a chart topper like the rappers previously mentioned, and has not shown the business sense of a Jay-Z. Nas' main influence has been among the hip-hop community that respect his thought provoking, lyrics, and vivid story telling.

PERSONAL RATING: 94
When I was in the 7th grade, I somehow stumbled upon "Stillmatic" and could not get the album out of my headphones. I remember getting grounded for getting suspended from school and having no TV in my room, just a stereo and this "Stillmatic" album. I listened to every single word, memorized every line, and I feel that album helped me develop a more sophisticated taste in music. "Rewind" is still to me one of the most clever/creative and well executed rap songs ever created.

ATHLETE COMPARISON: Mario Lemieux
Both were great as soon as they came into their respective crafts. Lemieux came out as a flashy rookie and wowed everyone in his sport by his overall skillset. Nas debuted with "Illmatic", an album that truly revolutionized what a classic rap album would be. They are both seen as one of the greatest of all-time, but in my opinion both were overshadowed by other greats in the same generations (Lemieux by Gretzky, and Nas by Jay-Z).

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Woke Up To Some Great Detroit Hip Hop

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How has our city not blown with classic shit like this? Detroit stand the fuck up! Royce: "I got more cases in the muthafuckin AR clip than they got on our mayor"

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Emmitt Smith: Wordsmith

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Emmitt seriously sounds borderline retarded. He corrects himself with a word that makes even less sense almost everytime, and I still can't believe he holds the rushing record over Barry. Dude is the most overrated running back ever.

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Buzz Burrus - Living Out My Dreams

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Buzz got some #BARS here no doubt. Nice beat and Buzz got a nice lil delivery on this joint. This is a leak off of his upcoming "You Can't Be Serious" mixtape.

CLICK PLAY TO LISTEN OR HERE TO DOWNLOAD

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Josh Smith Gettin Very Touchy Feely

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Obviously they were just messin with him, but Bibby's reaction is priceless here!

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Student Help: How To Make An Essay Longer

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I might actually use this as well. I've already been using a few of them but that list is stacked! Use it at your own risk, some of these are a little obvious.



COMPLETE LIST CLICK HERE:

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Shia LaBeouf's Fingers

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I was just reading the new GQ and he was talking about the accident, so I decided to Google it for a pic. Apparently the two middle fingers were completely detached and there was nothing but skin left. They fixed it using pieces of his hip bone and the remaining skin. I'm worried about Shia because I think Khloe could stomp his little ass real talk haha.
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STORY:
"I'd be watching the news, and they'd play my car crash, and every once in a while Kim Kardashian's sister [Khloe] would jump on TV and preach to me from the red carpet about how to live my [expletive] life," he shares. The reality star, who served 173 minutes in jail for a 2007 DUI charge, had these words of wisdom for Shia: "Just be smarter," she told Us Weekly at a red carpet event. "Think about your actions and get a driver. It's so much cheaper in the long run!"

Not surprisingly, LaBeouf didn't exactly appreciate Khloe's unsolicited advice.

"And I'm so upset, man. I'm so angry," he tells GQ. "Because this accident was not caused by me. I got hit. I had a green. This [expletive] ran a red light. And he flipped my truck, and he shoveled it on my hand. And my fingers are in the street ... They're in the street, they're off, they're under the truck door, man. This is fake, dude," he says, lifting his newly reconstructed hand. "This is hip bone and the skin that was left over..."

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Lex Luger Vs. T-Shirt

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This is one of my favorite Youtube videos of all time. I used to be such a huge pro wrestling fan, and Lex was the man for a minute, but this shit is sad. "And you're t-shirts are too tight too Billy!!!" Enjoy...

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Corey Brewer Stays Shittin On People

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This dude Corey Brewer has murdered Robin Lopez!!! Not literally but damn look at this dunk! Robin should of just got outta the way, he made a poster outta himself. Between this and Brewer's dunk on D-Fisher this is about all the highlights the T-Wolves have had all season. Somewhere Derek Fisher just broke out in a cold sweat!!! Anyways just watch the damn video...

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Ex-NBA Player Winston Bennett On His 20 Years Of Sex Addiction

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This is hilarious and so sad all at the same time. I can't believe this dude brought that filth home to his wife, that shit is wrong on so many different levels.

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Chip Tha Ripper - Like That

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Off of "The Cleveland Show" mixtape here is the official music video for Chip Tha Ripper's track "Like That". I loved this joint on the mixtape and it's always nice to add a visual.

Chip Tha Ripper - "Like That" - [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO] from Mid C Media on Vimeo.

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Rosa Acosta Tits Brand Videoshoot

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No commentary needed, just watch it you fuckin retards!



Estevan Oriol x TITS BRAND x Rosa Acosta from World Wide Rev. on Vimeo.

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Boobie Stoops - Ransom (Freestyle)

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#BARS#BARS#BARS#BARS#BARS#BARS

Boobie straight rips this...@FlossBoi dropped this in my Gmail today and it's been on repeat since. Fellow bloggers if you could show some love on this it would be much appreciated as well.

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Ro Spit - Over (Freestyle) Video

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After hearing Drake's It's Over it was obvious by how epic the beat was that many rappers were gonna put in some work on it. Ro most definitely hold his own, and I really like the movement Ro is starting to build. Hard work pays off, shoutout to @BurnRubber.

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DMX Explodes In Court SMH

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I heard on the radio they trying to get him on Celebrity Rehab. That will be must see TV. Dude use to be one of my fav rappers...i would hate to hear him dying of an overdose or something. I am very disappointed in you Earl. Check out this footage:









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ARTICLE via TMZ:
Visibly and audibly ticked that a photog was allowed in court, a fidgety DMX waited for his hearing to begin -- and after it was over, he went off.

Looking right at the camera, DMX starting raving "I'm the only one got arrested today ... f**king c**ksuckers do it every time man ... I get my rights violated but I gotta be quiet about it ... f**king bitch man."

The rapper is currently being held on no bond -- he'll be back in court March 16.

Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2010/03/10/dmx-earl-simmons-court-arrest-probation-violation-video/#ixzz0hncKeaPT

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Brandon Jennings Talkin Shit To KG

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Garnett finally gettin a taste of his own medicine. Jennings is easily my favorite rookie in the league, dude plays with mad heart and many people were doubting him coming into this year. He reminds me of a young Iverson.


BONUS KG GETS ROCKED!!!

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New Ato Matsumoto's

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Ato's first broke out when Kanye was rockin them at Summer Jam. I'm not gonna lie I was very impressed and ended up buying a few pairs myself. Ever since the Yeezy's came out the shoes appealed to me a lot less for some reason. The only ones I really like out of these would be the black studded colorway.



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