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Quick Quotes

February 26, 2008
Quick Quotes

Khia, if you are going to crack funnies at the expense of others on your MySpace profile try not to make yourself look ignorant in the process. “Loose weight.” “Ask Trina she’s are new spokes women.” “Garentee.”

*in best Kizzy Rowland voice* Children, school, stay in, it.

“Janet Jackson is a star it’s no question but we’re a little tired of those “Thriller” dancing routines. And all that other stuff she got going on there’s a new generation out here and she only did a handful of features with her brother, Busta, me. I mean she doesn’t really do ’em, but she’s getting old so it’s now it’s…you ain’t in competition with me—give back. I mean that was an opportunity where she could of introduced me, she was on Tyra she was on all those other shows. I didn’t really need that and I don’t do features so I’m not going to say, “Janet I needed you.” But, you called me to do the song, you know I’m an independent female you know I’m a black woman. You already know how much they give us hell, you aint even recovered from the t-shirt malfunction, you’ll never be where Mariah is at right now because you’re Janet—that’s the same thing I go through.”

— Khia on Janet again // via CL

[Thanks Jaylah]

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Going Postal

February 26, 2008

Going Postal

Here’s the brand spankin’ new album cover from Flo Rida [whenever I hear that name I think of somebody hitting the floor J-Sett style, BTW]. You know he is hiding a bag o’ dicks inside one of those boxes! Who has the key?

I’m sure he has a mind blowing explanation for the cover’s concept and what not but I would be lying if I said I was interested in such fuckery. Check out the tracklisting under the cut.


1. American Superstar feat. Lil Wayne
2. Ack Like You Know
3. Elevator feat. Timbaland
4. Roll feat. Sean Kingston
5. Low feat. T-Pain
6. Priceless feat. Birdman
7. Ms. Hangover
8. Still Missin
9. In The Ayer feat. Will.I.Am
10. Me & U
11. All My Life
12. Don’t Know How to Act feat. Yung Joc
13. Freaky Deaky feat. Trey Songz
14. Money Right feat. Rick Ross & Brisco

Clip of the Day

February 19, 2008
Clip of the Day

I live and breathe for Khia. You can’t tell her that she isn’t the hottest thing in the streets, bless her heart.

In today’s clip she talks about her beef with Janet and Jackson, Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy’s colabo drama over “Icy,” not succumbing to the one hit wonder label, and her new album.

While she is busy complaining about Janet not giving her the proper cross promotion and what not she needs to cut ME a check for keeping her irrelevant ass in the loop.

Oh Really?

January 22, 2008
Oh Really?

Word to Reen; Souljah Boy has been smoking rocks with DMX and Amy Wino. The teen recently told MTV News that he feels like he is hotter than your favorite rapper right about now.

Now the upstart teen rapper has his eyes on the MTV News hip-hop brain trust’s “Hottest MCs in the Game” list. The next list is on the way soon.

Six months ago, however, when the top 10 was unveiled, SB was only bubbling beneath the surface as his catchy dance number was just breaking through before it eventually turned into a pop phenomenon. But now that he’s got his chops up — including a Grammy nod for Best Rap Song — the Southern rhyme-spitter thinks he’s deserving of a place alongside top-five MCs like Lil Wayne and Kanye West. Actually, he thinks he the #1 slot suits him in particular.

“I think if y’all did it right now, yeah, I deserve to be on there,” SB told MTV News last week. “But back there, when y’all did it, I probably didn’t have the status that I have right now.

“I’m Grammy-nominated,” he continued, citing his credentials. “If I look at the new list and I compare myself to all 10 of the artists and some don’t add up, I’ll be like, ‘Wow. I should be #1 if it’s right now. I’m #1.”

Soulja Boy was more candid when asked how he ranks specifically against alumni of the first Hottest MCs list, like Weezy, ‘Ye and Jay-Z.

“Right now, yes [I’m hotter than them],” he answered as their names were read to him one by one. [source]

Says the boy who created this shit. RIGHT . . .

Nice Try

January 8, 2008

Nice Try

The good ol’ days. Where for art thou Vita, Black Child, and Cadillac Tah?

I know I’m the only person in the Western Hemisphere who gives two limp dicks about what Ja Rule is up to but it is what it is. I know what you are thinking, “the last time dude was actually newsworthy was when he debuted his little s-curl last year.” Have a heart!

Now try not to get too excited but Jeffrey has a [new?] diss song with our beloved fiend of a friend DMX and Ashanti caught in the crosshairs. He even gets his T-Pain voice poppin’ on the chorus! This is what dreams are made of.

Irv Gotti’s dreams. I mean really, “this is my sitcom, you just a spin-off” sounds like some shit that a bitter 16 year old girl writes in a break-up letter.

Visit Real Talk NY to take a listennnnnn.

Okay, This Shit Is Fake

December 19, 2007

Okay, This Shit Is Fake

I caught the commercial for Bow Wow and Omarion’s upcoming BET show last night [while enjoying Frankie and Neffe’s wild antics for the 15th time this week – – that’s quality television, folks] and quickly gave them both the bitch please side-eye. That mess looks more scripted than Snoop’s reality show on E!

I am assuming the video above is another leaked clip from the show. Whoever said that Bow Wow must have taken dramtic cunt lessons from Jermaine Dupri is right.

Quick Quotes

October 10, 2007

Quick Quotes

“He’s a genius, man. It’s like catching Michael Jackson before he actually hit wax. It’s that kind of talent.” – – Mr. Collipark on Soulja Boy

[Thanks ETS]