I used to like Someecards until the unfunny, screwed up jack asses of the world got a hold of it. Isn’t that always what happens with the internet? It’s a cool place but also an awful place where you get to see what cowardice people–and there are so many of them–really think of you.
The 2-Cent collective is back with another Christmas parody. You can check out the first one they did about two years ago (here) but now before you check out “Eminem,” “Rihanna “Nicki Minaj,” “Lil Wayne,” “Drake,” “Kanye West,” “Rick Ross” and more as they present a “GOOD Music” Christmas. This is hilarity at its finest. Trust me, this video is worth the 6:39 it takes to watch. LOL @ “Waka” and “Baby,” That “authentic star tat” on his head had me rolling.
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I like the video for Rihanna’s “Rude Boy” a lot! The song, er…maybe it will grow on me. But the visuals–the animal print, the tribal Caribbean-meets-African theme, the Grace Jones-esque fierceness = fiyah! I’m also lovin’ those fringe red, yellow and green hot pants. She was whining her waist an ting like it’s Carnival. Work it Ri Ri! I want her to remake Chevelle Franklin’s “Dancehall Queen.” Flashback time!
Quentin Tarantino is The Killer. (Read: Creepy. See Gangstarrpedia)
People have lost their minds when it comes to the internet. There are a lot of fake celebrities who have lost touch with reality, in addition to some simple etiquette practices that people don’t think should exist on the wild wild web. Check out my collabo vlog with Malik 16 explaining what’s up and how we can fix it:
Diana Ross and Steve Madden Collaborate to design sneakers. [Stylist] Ciara struts her stuff in Paris, Beyonce supports DJ Solange, Taraji P. Henson, Mary J. Blige, Tatiyana Ali work the red carpet. [Stuff Fly People Like] Chanel Iman strikes a pose for Vogue Spain. [All That's Fab] Invincible, Mae Day and Mz Jonz rock the mic in Detroit. [The Fembassy] Behind the scenes of Beyonce’s Vizio Super Bowl Commercial. [Str8NYC] 20 in 2010: Spag-Lo. [Cool Cruel World]
I wanted to work at [ _____ magazine] since college and when I got that chance in 2007, I felt like I was finally on track to making my dreams come to fruition. Getting there was arduous. I didn’t have the easy path a lot of my peers had fresh out of college. Employment didn’t come easy (don’t you just hate people who get jobs right away), which forced me into a freelance life. Freelancing was a lot easier then because companies were willing to pay more for hard and quality work. While piecing hustles together, I held on to Read the rest of this entry »
The British Songbird talks about dealing with anxiety about her forthcoming debut and touring with The Ting Tings this Spring. I like her. A lot. This song speaks to my rocker chick alter ego. Plus… She’s a lovely deviation from Rihanna overload.