Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Kobe Tells Lebron "I'm a F*cking CHAMP"

The Lakers suffered a Christmas Day loss to the Heat. Things began to get heated between superstars Kobe and Lebron. Heres a look at what Kobe said to Lebron....shoutout to WSHH for the footage.


@BonesHR "Mike Vick"

Philadelphia is known for its various musical talents (Will Smith, Beanie Sigel, The Roots) but it is also said "if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere."

Coming from a West Philadelphia neighborhood that lacks opportunity, there is Steve Mahoney also known as Bones who has started his own independent entertainment company (Hustler Records). He began Hustler Records in 2003 as just a label that specialized in hip hop music and it has now expanded into an entertainment group that specializes in Hip Hop, R&B, and some Neo-Soul music, event planning and promotions, web design, and is even involved in neighborhood charity.

Bones says, "everybody raps, but not everybody makes music and not everybody is an entertainer." He currently has 5 mixtapes under his belt, numerous dvd appearances, numerous features, and is working on a solo album. Through this, he has gained a nice-sized buzz in various states on the east coast. He has also opened for the likes of Fabolous, Teyanna Taylor, and Young Leek...with more to come.

Bones has built up his roster of Hustler Records artists in Corperate, Grit, & a hip hop duo called "Stars Wit Straps" (Gutta & Dre Day). Bones states that, "We don't want Hustler Records to be just a label but a movement, a movement with similar success as Dipset."

Bones currently has a single called "Supermodel" that is making noise from a local standpoint and has hit both mainstream radio airwaves and college airwaves and he is currently working on a video for another single called "What I'm About." So be on the lookout for Bones and the rest of Hustler Records in 2011 and beyond.


Video: Steve Harvey "I'm Not Your Friend!"

My best friend is a female, she'll most likely read this post, and either call or text me about it. LoL. So, before that happens...

I disagree.

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Sony Launches "Music Unlimited"

So...the Wednesday before Christmas, Sony unveiled a digital music subscription service featuring a catalog of 6 million songs from Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, EMI Music and Sony Music Entertainment.

At the moment, the service is only available in the U.K. and Ireland, but Sony reports plans to expand it to the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Italy and Spain coming 2011. Coined "Music Unlimited," the service costs 3.99 euros a month for the basic version, which streams ad-free radio much like Pandora. A premium version that lets listeners play songs on demand costs 9.99 euros a month.

Subscribers can listen via Sony devices that are connected to the Internet, including the PlayStation 3 game console, select Blu-ray players, Vaio computers and smart phones. While the service can work on cellphones that use Google’s Android operating system, it is currently not compatible with Apple’s iPhones. Y'all mad?

Sony will face some SERIOUS competition, both in Europe and the U.S., Spotify, a music streaming service based in Sweden, had been wildly popular with Europeans, largely because its ad-supported version is free.99.

In the U.S., a number of services currently jockey for a dwindling number of subscribers willing to pay for music streaming. The vast majority of Pandora’s popular Internet radio listeners pay nothing for the service. The number of paying subscribers to on-demand digital music services such as eMusic, Rhapsody and MOG are said to be fewer than 2 million in the U.S., the world’s largest music market.

For Sony, the music service is the Japanese company’s latest attempt to marry its entertainment assets, including Sony Pictures and Sony Music, with its consumer electronics business.

In April 2010, the company launched a streaming video rental service that can be accessed through its Internet-connected Bravia TVs and select Blu-ray players. It has been offering the video service on its PlayStation 3 game consoles for more than a year.

Way to enhance your circle Sony.


Video: Jay Electronica's Mountain Dew Code Red Commercial

I see you Jay Electronica.

Check Roc Nation’s newest signee and Mountain Dew's partnership. They remix his track “The Announcement” for their Code Red drink.

The concept is pretty fire.


Shaq Fined for Criticizing Officials

The National Baskbetball Association fined Celtics center Shaquille O'Neal $35,000 Monday (December 27th, 2010) for public comments criticizing the officiating following Boston's 86-78 Christmas Day loss to the Magic in Orlando.

O'Neal fouled out in only 13 minutes of playing time and sounded off after the game!

"I guess they came out to see No. 26 today," O'Neal said, referring to official No. 26, Bob Delaney. "... He was a great player out there today.

"They [fans] paid all that money to watch No. 26 play. If I was a fan, I would be pissed. You pay all that money for good seats, you have two of the best guys in the [NBA] sitting on the bench, out of the game. That is what happens when you have control freaks out there."

Orlando's Dwight Howard picked up five fouls, including a technical, while being held to six points in 33 minutes.

"It's just two good guys going out there hard," O'Neal said of his battle with Howard. "I just wish we had the opportunity to play."

O'Neal scored his only two points seconds before fouling out in the fourth quarter. His 13 minutes were by far the fewest in any of the 63 games in which he's fouled out in his career.

#BigUps ESPN's Chris Forsberg


Video: Lil Mama Gets Sandman-ed

Yeah LiL Mama, "spit that hard shit"...lol.

Way to play that sympathy card to bail yourself out...no disrespect.