R.i.P Kayo Redd! – Waka Flocka’s youngest brother passes away

His mom tweeted..

R.i.P Paul Walker x Roger Rodas {Tribute}


Fast & Furious posted the tribute above on their YouTube channel

This is the last known pic of Paul Walker before the crash. Before getting in his friend’s car to go for a ride this pic was taken. His last words are reported as “let’s take a ride”. Both Paul Walker and friend Roger Rodas died after the Porsche Carrera GT crashed.

KEEP CHECKING BACK AS I WILL BE ADDING MORE PICS, VIDEOS, TWEETS, ETC… to this post

Tweets from the Fast & Furious cast & family after the jump… Continue reading

Happy 44th Birthday Jay-Z!

In honor of Jay-Z’s 44th birthday here are some songs from/featuring Jay-Z. Comment with your favorite Jay-Z song or feature and I might add it to this post.

1. Reasonable Doubt (Classic)
2. The Blueprint (Classic)
3. The Black Album (Classic)
4. Vol. 2 (Classic)
5. American Gangster (4 1/2, cohesive)
6. Magna Carta (Fuckwit, Tom Ford, Oceans, Beach, On the Run, Grail)
7. Vol. 1 (Sunshine kills this album…fuck… Streets, Where I’m from, You Must Love Me…)
8. BP3 (Sorry critics, it’s good. Empire (Gave Frank a run for his money))
9. Dynasty (Intro alone…)
10. Vol. 3 (Pimp C verse alone… oh, So Ghetto)
11. BP2 (Too many songs. Fucking Guru and Hip Hop, ha)
12. Kingdom Come (First game back, don’t shoot me)

Spotted @: LifeandTimes.com

Jay Z takes time out on his bday to reflect back on his music career and rank his solo albums. Check out the pic and list above to see how he ranks his albums. Do you agree? How would you rank his album? Leave your comments.

Jay-Z on David Letterman

This interview was hilarious…LOL

{AUDIO} “Ignorant Sh*t”

“Cant Knock The Hustle” ft./ Mary J Blige

More songs after the jump… Continue reading

R.i.P Pimp C – 6yrs later #UGK4Life {Tribute}

Pimp C born Chad Lamont Butler (December 29, 1973 – December 4, 2007) / Sweet Jones

Bun-B ft Pimp C, Z-Ro & Young Jeezy – Get Throwed

PIMP C LAST INTERVIEW (R.I.P.)

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Tribute to Chuck Brown – #RiPChuckBrown #GodFatherofGoGo



Chuck Brown (August 22, 1936 – May 16, 2012)
…more videos will be added

“Wind Me Up Chuck” {Performance}

Check our more of this Chuck Brown tribute after the jump….

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Slim Dunkin’s Last Performance #RiPSlimDunkin

#FlashbackFriday – Heavy D Edition




#RiPHeavyD…Heavy D passes @ age 44/Tues.; Nov. 8th, 2011

Heavy D & The Boyz: “Now That We Found Love”

Heavy D & The Boyz: “Nuttin’ But Love”

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Remembering Aaliyah – 10yrs Later {Tribute: Videos & Pics}


Missy Elliot [ft. Tweet & Ginuwine]: “Take Away” {Video} (w/ Pix of Aaliyah added)


Spotted @: NecoleBitchie.com

It’s hard to believe that today marks the 10year mark of the passing of Aaliyah :(! I still remember it like it was yesterday, I was in shock when I heard the news on the radio that Saturday night! This post will remain at the top of the home page to this site for the day. It will also be updated throughout the day with more videos and pics. Anyone who knows me, knows that I call Aaliyah my first love!

Check out the video above as celebrities such as; Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, Tristian Wilds, Tatyana Ali, Musiq Soulchild, Toccara Jones, Lance Gross, Jessica White speak about Aaliyah.

Brandy, Raven-Symone, Game, Tami Roman, Regina King, Musiq, LaLa, Bridget Kelly, Garcelle Beauvais, & Scott Storch Remember Aaliyah

Today is the 10 year anniversary of Aaliyah’s passing and I’m sitting here reminiscing and playing music, thinking of the times we spent together, working, laughing, singing, dancing, cutting up. But really, it’s not all that different from any other day because I do think about her every day.

Not on purpose, but she is my friend and that’s just how I do. I’ve told the same stories for 9 years – how we met, how me and Tim were scared but Aaliyah was so welcoming and had this smile and way about her that put us at ease, that she liked to take chances and we were able to just be who we were and make good records together.

She loved playing jokes and that’s another part of her personality that made it fun to be around her. As a talent, I think she’s missed because she was unique and a true triple threat. She could sing, dance, and her acting was starting to take off.

I’m glad for the memories I have and the time we got to spend together, but I miss my friend.

Rest In Peace and Power Baby Girl.

-Missy Elliot (via. CNN)


Aaliyah: “I Miss You” {Video}

Dearest Sweet Aaliayh,

I have trouble accepting the fact that you’re gone, so I won’t!
It’ll be like we went for a while without seeing each another.
But I can understand why God would’ve wanted you close to him, because you truly were an angel on earth.
In my own special way I love you and I miss you!
-DMX

Appearances by: DMX, Missy, Tweet, AJ, Free, Lil Kim, Toni Braxton, Ananda Lewis, Dallas Austin, Rosario Dawson, Static (R.I.P), Montel Williams, Jaheim, Jamie Foxx, Tank, Elise Neal, Lala, Nick Cannon, Queen Latifah, Bigg Tigger to name a few


Jay-Z: “I Miss You” {Audio} (Tribute to Aaliyah)


DMX recites a poem dedicated to Aaliyah (uploaded March 8, 2009)



DMX & Aaliyah: “Back In One Piece” {Video}


Aaliyah Cameos In Other Artists Videos


Aaliyah: “4 Page Letter” {Video}


Aaliyah: “If Your Girl Only Knew” {Video}


Beyonce interviews Aaliyah on the Red Carpet


Aaliyah: “More Than A Woman” {Video}


MTV Diary: Aaliyah [Part 1/3]


Ginuwine [ft. Aaliyah]: “Final Warning” {Audio}


Clip of Aaliyah performing “Choosey Lover” on the TV Show New York Undercover {Video}

Thanx YouTube: zeeliyah


Aaliyah’s last interview before she flew out to film “Rock The Boat” video, a video that to this day I have yet to watch in it’s entirety in one sitting :/


Related Post: Aaliyah 01.16.79 – 08.25.01 — Happy Birthday & Rest in Peace [Posted: Jan 17th, 2010]

R.i.P Ashford of Ashford & Simpson

“Solid (As A Rock)”

“I’m Every Woman”

(CNN) — Nickolas Ashford, one-half of the successful Motown singer-songwriter duo of “Ashford and Simpson,” died Monday afternoon, his longtime former publicist said…

Ashford had been battling and was being treated for throat cancer…

His wife and children were at his bedside when he died…

He was 69, reported imdb.com and numerous other sources.

Ashford and Simpson met in 1964 in New York City. Within two years, as songwriters with Scepter Songwriters, they scored their first hit with Ray Charles’ “Let’s Go Get Stoned.”
The couple then joined Motown Records, where they wrote a host of popular songs for the likes of Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell and Diana Ross including “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing” and “Reach Out and Touch (Somebody’s Hand).” Later in their careers, their songwriting credits included Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman.”
In the ’70s, Ashford and Simpson went from songwriters to performers, releasing nine albums for Motown, Warner Brothers Records (like CNN, a division of Time Warner) and Capitol Records between 1973 and 1984. Their biggest hit during that time was the song “Solid (As a Rock).”

The Songwriters Hall of Fame inducted Ashford and his wife in 2002, calling them “one of the most prolific and versatile musical couples in recording history.”

Source: CNN.com/”Singer-songwriter Nickolas Ashford dies after battling throat cancer” <–Click to read full article! (Mon; August 22nd, 2011)

J. Cole’s Tribute to Aaliyah {VIDEO PERFORMANCE}

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