Friday, February 4, 2011

New Music: Trey Songz - Look At Me Now [Trigga Mix]

He had to do it. The beat is sick, and his fans will listen.


Video: Teairra Mari - Body

I'm afraid Teairra Mari is turning into a "World Star Legend."

That's what my man @_CDiddy would call a "back-handed compliment."

She premiered the official video to her single, "Body" a few days ago...I mean, if you haven't seen it...cause I have a few times. Not sure I like the song though. Plus, WSHH ODed on their product placement in it...



Video: DJ Khaled Is A Sneaker Fiend

If you know know I'm into the kick game.

However, I'm not sure I can keep up with the hypest DJ of all-time. Here he shows off his collection.

It starts off a little slow. I caught myself like "yeah, I got them. Yeah, I got them too..." After a while though, I'm like "he drawin." Keep in mind, he's on the road. He won't let you forget though.

Imagine what the crib looks like...


Video: ESPN First Take Lil Wayne Talks 'Green & Yellow'

Uhhhh huh...this just aired a few ago.

Check it out...


Video: Taylor Swift Raps Likes Nicki Minaj?

Taylor Swift like freaks me out a little bit...I think she might be an Decipticon or something.


Tell Em Why You Mad Andre Miller...

The Oregonian reports:

When told Aldridge did not make the team, Miller cursed. “It’s all publicity and hype,’’ Miller said. “The league don’t appreciate the blue collar workers. They don’t appreciate that. They make their money off the high-flyers … That’s a slap in the face to LA.’’

What particularly irked Miller, who is in his 12th NBA season, is the selection of Griffin, the Clippers rookie. Griffin is averaging 23.0 points and 12.7 rebounds. “They are putting this guy on every ESPN highlight. Yeah, it’s cool because fans want to see that, but you isolate him from his team,’’ Miller said. “Especially … he ain’t made nobody better. It’s basically his rookie year, as an All-Star? LeBron James didn’t make an All-Star team as a rookie.’’

“LA was supposed to make it. He was supposed to make it,’’ Miller continued. “We have a better record than those guys (the 19-29 Clippers), and LA is putting up just as good numbers. Now, you are not goin’ to see a lot of highlights – Blake Griffin highlights and stuff like that – but they are giving these young guys too much respect. Too much respect to the young guys. It’s good for him personally; I’m not no hater. But I am biased toward my teammate. No. 1, we have better record, and No. 2, (Aldridge) is just as good and he has paid his dues.’’

I think Dre has a point. I mean if you're going to go with winning records, then put LA on the team. I'm a fan, so I am biased. HOWEVER, the National Basketball Association is a business. Blake Griffin fills seats, and increases ratings. I've never seen this many nationally televised Clippers games in one season...

In addition, although I like LA...his numbers don't touch Griff's. If we're making selections strictly based off statistics, Blake goes, LA stays in Portland.


Not sure we can necessarily take Andre Miller's points too seriously though...him and the All-Star, living highlight reel have history...too funny...


Video: Antonio McDyess Is A Winner

I know's sports contributor is not going to report this to you all, so I have to do it...



NBA 2011 All-Star Reserves Named

The ballots are in.

Eastern Conference All-Star Reserves:

Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtics)
Ray Allen (Boston Celtics)
Paul Pierce (Boston Celtics)
Kevin Garnett (Boston Celtics)
Chris Bosh (Miami Heat)
Joe Johnson (Atlanta Hawks)
Al Horford (Atlanta Hawks)

The Celtics became the 7th team in history to have four players selected to play in the All-Star Game, and just the second (the 2006 Detroit Pistons) to have all four selected as reserves.

Eastern Conference coaches voted Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo as four of the seven All-Star reserves named Thursday.

They will share reserve duties with the likes of Al Horford and Joe Johnson of the Atlanta Hawks and Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat, Sunday February 20, 2011.

Western Conference All-Star Reserves:

Blake Griffin (L.A. Clippers)
Russell Westbrook (OKC Thunder)
Tim Duncan (San Antonio Spurs)
Manu Ginobili (San Antonio Spurs)
Pau Gasol (L.A. Lakers)
Deron Williams (Utah Jazz)
Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks)

Griffin and Westbrook will be making their first All-Star game appearances, and at this rate, they'll have many more to get fresh kicks for. Rounding out the West reserves are Duncan and Manu Ginobili from the league-leading Spurs, Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol, Dallas perennial All-Star forward Dirk Nowitzki, and Utah point guard Deron Williams.

Among the deserves that were not voted in include rebound monster Kevin Love of Minnesota, Portland forward LaMarcus Aldridge, Memphis forwards Zach Randolph and Rudy Gay, and two-time Most Valuable Player Steve Nash of Phoenix.

An opportunity for those player to participate still exists. NBA commissioner David Stern has to choose an injury replacement for starting center Yao Ming of Houston.