Sunday, October 2, 2011

New Music: Kidz In The Hall - "Pour It Up" (Feat. Bun B & David Banner)

Way to drop the bombs all over it Flex… look out for the [Tags Popped] update.


@Drake - "Headlines" [Video]

The realest on the rise… Take Care, October 24th.


How Cool Is Taylor Swift? [Video]

This cool. This girl brought out Usher during here Speak Now tour's ATL stop. “Yeah” it gets that real! Who needs Luda?!


#NBA2k12 Intro [Video]

Word to Team EA for paying that Kurtis Blow tribute…

A few more days!


Jackson’s Death Photo Shown in Manslaughter Trial

Scary. Inhumane. Grotesque. Heartwrenching. These are the words that came to mind when I first saw the image of Michael Jackson’s dead body. If you were hoping to see the image here, you will be disappointed. There is no possible way that I can view that image again. The prosecution had a clear agenda when they chose to show that picture to the jury. Not only was the image itself graphic, but written clearly above the picture was the word, homicide. The word is a clear indication that prosecution wants everyone to know that Jackson was murdered. Even if they have not convinced the jury to convict Dr. Conrad Murray of involuntary manslaughter, we can be sure that the image of the King of Pop’s dead body will forever be embedded in each juror’s mind.

Manslaughter Trial Continues for MJ’s Doctor….

Fact: Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 from acute propofol intoxication. Whether or not someone is actually responsible for his death, is a completely different story. Dr Conrad Murray (Jackson’s former personal physician) is currently on trial for the crime of involuntary manslaughter of the late singer. Ever since Jackson’s untimely death, fingers have been pointed at the physician. What already has been proven true is that Dr. Murray ordered a large amount of propofol a month before the singer’s death. While the prosecution states that Dr Murray administered the lethal dosage to Jackson and failed to monitor him, the defense states that Jackson took the medicine himself. If Dr Murray is in fact convicted, he could potentially face up to four years in prison.