Source: WPEG-Power 98 Charlotte
Today’s Snapback Song Of The Day is Da Band’s 2003 gold single “Bad Boy This, Bad Boy That” from their only album “Too Hot For TV”. Their were participants handpicked by Diddy himself for three seasons of MTV’s “Making The Band 2″. Da Band consists of Sara Stokes (Port Huron), Dylan (Brooklyn reggae artist), Chopper (New Orleans), Freddy P (Miami), E.Ness (Philadelphia) & Babs (Brooklyn). Da Band appeared on the Dave Chapelle Show on a comedy sketch which parodied them on “Making The B ...
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4 days ago, 9:02pm CDT
Kanye West crashed Dave Chapelle's Radio City Music Hall show with "New Slaves," "Jesus Walks" and "Gold Digger ...
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Jun 20 2014, 9:09pm CDT
Source: Oakland Local
There are several Oaklandisms that hit me when I visit home: sunny glints on loose hair, swinging gaits, razzing trunk beats and wafts of aromatic smoke. Twice a year I return from my western outpost to re-sample Oakland’s many tastes. This summer, a new guidebook promises to help me find my next haunt: This is Oakland, the cover reads in bold, hopeful letters, A Guide to the City’s Most Interesting ...
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Jun 20 2014, 4:30pm CDT
Source: Oh No They Didn't!
Dave Chappelle appeared on "The Tonight Show" on Friday, June 13 and told an incredible story about meeting Kanye West for the first time. West appeared on "Chappelle's Show" in late 2003, way before he was Yeezus, and even then Chappelle knew he would be huge. "You could tell he was going to be a star," Chappelle told Jimmy Fallon. "It was like Muhammad Ali in Olympic Village. He just knew he ...
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Jun 14 2014, 10:36am CDT
Source: All HipHop
(AllHipHop News) In the 14 century, the Plague epidemic that ravaged Europe killed over 100 million people in the world. Chris Rock is hoping to just have people dying laughing at his newly announced “The Black Plague” tour coming this fall.
While on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Rock states that he will be embarking on his first stand-up comedy tour since 2008′s Kill The Messenger tour. According to Rock, the ominous title of the tour originated from the most controversial rap ...
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Jun 13 2014, 11:02am CDT