Monday, March 31, 2014
Thursday, March 27, 2014
It seems like Bronson’s current Blue Chips 2 Tour isn’t just a way to give back to the fans but also a tryout for the WWE. Throughout the second leg of Bam Bam’s worldwide tour, the MC has spent just as much time throwing fans into old-school wrestling moves as he has rhyming from his growing catalog.
During March 23’s Chapel Hill, N.C., show, the wrestling connoisseur clotheslined a fan who bumrushed the stage, tossing him back into the crowd roughly two songs into his set. Bronson, who was noticeably under the weather, then cut his set short but before he left the stage, the MC channeled his inner Lex Luger by lifting another fan onto his shoulders and putting him in the Torture Rack.
The Blue Chips 2 tour rolls through New York City next on Wednesday night when Bronsolino joins the stage with Bodega Bamz, French Montana, and The Lox for a show at Best Buy Theater. Bronson then ends the tour in Albany on Saturday, March 29. With only two shows left, Bronson is likely to bust out the Sweet Chin Music or the People’s Elbow to close out the lengthy tour.
Somebody holler at Vince McMahon. Peep the clip below
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
ESPN: In its never-ending quest to suck the fun out of everything, the NFL has decided to ban goalpost dunks after touchdowns? Why? Well, there’s two reasons:
1. The NFL’s: the ball can’t be used as a prop, hence, dunking it like a basketball is a no-no. Although, I’m willing to bet that 1% of the reasoning behind this rule is that the NFL doesn’t want to you to think about any other sports while watching their precious FOOTBALL.
2. Everyone else’s: The NFL just hates fun, and goalpost dunks are way, way too much fun.
Here’s a solution: allow goalpost dunks, but if the player gets rim-checked and doesn’t get the ball over the crossbar, or doesn’t actually throw it down over the crossbar (think Malcolm Smith in the Super Bowl), it’s a 15-yard penalty. That’ll make some guys think twice about trying it
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Deadline - Money disputes couldn’t stop the Entourage movie from going forward and neither can Kevin Connolly breaking his leg. The actor broke his left leg in two places Wednesday while playing football on set in L.A. with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, I’ve learned. The accident, which Connolly posted a pic of on Twitter on March 21, occurred while the cameras were rolling on the Warner Bros pic. (UPDATE 12:53 PM – According to a tweet from director Doug Ellin, the actor caught the ball.) Connolly immediately iced his leg, I’m told, and went back to work to do the next scene soon afterward. He showed up for work the next day, and production on the movie based on the long-running HBO Hollywood hustle series has not been interrupted at all. Super Bowl XLVIII-winning Wilson is set to make a cameo in the movie.
Monday, March 24, 2014
HAHAHAHA WE SIGNED THIS FUCKIN KIDS FACE AND NECK AND THEN HE DID A PERFECT STANDING BACKFLIP... DRUNK AS FUCK..
So, the cast of characters of NYC's Hot 97 radio - including miss info, Funkmaster Flex, Peter Rosenberg and more - will star in their own series on VH1, "This Is Hot 97." While the show itself doesn't debut for a week you can check out a small clip above, then watch the premiere episode below.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
VIA: As Fast and Furious 7 gears up to resume production, more details about the send-off for Paul Walker's character are being revealed.
CGI and voice-effects, along with body doubles, may be used in scenes for Walker's detective character Brian O'Conner, according to The New York Daily News.
"They have hired four actors with bodies very similar to Paul’s physique and they will be used for movement and as a base," an unnamed production source told the paper. "Paul’s face and voice will be used on top using CGI."
Universal hasn't yet responded to THR's request for comment on the use of CGI for Walker's character.
The Hollywood Reporter earlier reported that Universal will use existing footage and screenwriter Chris Morgan worked on revisions that included retiring Walker's character instead of killing him off in the film.
Fast 7 director James Wan along with major cast members -- including Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez -- will travel to the United Arab Emirates to shoot in Abu Dhabi in early April. Filming had been on hold after Walker died in a car crash on Nov. 30.
Completely unexpected, the Roc Nation head honcho and the Roc Nation recluse reunite for the first time in years (since "Shiny Suit Theory") to talk their shit over Soulja Boy Drake's "We Made It."
Looks like Hov finally responded to Drake's comments in his recent Rolling Stone interview where he spoke on Jay's multiple art references...
"Sorry Mr. Drizzy for so much art talk/ Silly me, rappin' about shit that I really bought/ While these rappers rap about guns, they ain't shot/ And a bunch of other silly shit that' ain't got"
01. “Cappa Wu-Block” f. Cappadonna
02. “Wu-Block Biznez”
03. “Can’t Be Lookin’ 4 Me” f. The LOX
04. “Big Money”
05. “Guns On ‘Em”
06. “Ain’t Coming From Class” f. Solomon Childs
07. “Wanted Dead Or Alive” f. Cappadonna & Solomon Childs
08. “Put Ya Hands Up”
09. “South Beach”
10. “Die Tonight” f. Styles P
11. “Aura” f. Killah Priest & Masta Killa
12. “Drivin’ Around” f. Masta Killa & GZA
13. “Do U Like It”
14. “Come Get Some”
15. “Throw It Up”