Thursday, January 12, 2012

Blue Ivy Carter Makes History?

Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s have a baby. A daughter in fact. They name her Blue Ivy Carter. One week later B.I.C. is already making history?

According to Billboard, she becomes the youngest person to be charted, with “Glory” entering at #74 on the "R&B/Hip-Hop Songs" chart. Talk about a star!

Just in case you haven't heard this track yet...


Miami Heat Drop One To Lob City? [Video]

Was probably the most exciting game last night. And grabbing that title wasn't a few came down to the wire. Guess how this one turned out?


Mary J. Blige - "Mr. Wrong (Feat. Drake)" [Video]

I didn't think Drake was going to make an appearance in this particular visual. Remember he missed the live performance a few months back? No? Ok. It was reported that this rendition of the video, featuring Drake, didn't exist. Because the one that runs, does not feature the YMCMB franchise. Either way, without further adieu...

Grab My Life II if you care. By the way, Happy Belated Birthday MJB!


...And Then Amber Rose Broke Down [Video]

So Sway made Amber Rose cry?

No, no, no... Not like that. While Amber sat down on MTV Rap Fix, Sway asked her about her relationship with Kanye/Wiz Khalifa, and the effect Yeezy's shots may have had on her personal... In short, Amber Rose started crying and Sway handed her the tissues. It went a little something like this...

“I have people throwing things at me in the street because they’re fans of Kanye's,” Amber said before she started to cry on set. “I’m just crying because I don’t deserve to be bullied like that. I’m a nice girl, I don’t bother anybody. I keep my mouth shut because I don’t want any trouble.”

I felt a little bad.


@Sixers Lose One To The New York Knicks [1.11.2012 Highlights]

Both clubs came into the match up in the midst of winning streaks and holding down the top two spots in the NBA's Eastern Conference Atlantic Division.

Carmelo Anthony scored a game-high 27 points, hitting two clutch free throws with 16.1 seconds left, as the Knicks won their fourth straight and snapped Philadelphia's six-game "W" streak, 85-79, at Madison Square Garden.

Amar'e Stoudemire added 20 points and 10 rebounds and crowd favorite Josh Harrellson tallied 13 points off the bench.

The Sixers, who were playing their third game in three nights, had won five of their first nine by 20-plus points and entered with the NBA's third-leading offense averaging 101.6 points per game.

The Knicks (6-4) moved to within a game of the first-place 76ers (7-3) in the Atlantic Division.


A Picture's Worth: #KickGame - @onoudidntgf's OJ Mayos

Real fan. Kudos.