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    VMA Edition: Ludacris Wars With...Everyone, Lil' Wayne Stunts On Gillie, Remy Ma Moves On, Chamillionaire Reunites With Paul Wall And Mike Jones?
    Friday. 9.1.06 5:12 pm

    Friday - September 1, 2006 by Carl Chery

    In this special VMA edition of the Pulse Report, Ludacris clarifies who is being dissed on "War With God," Lil Wayne disses Gillie Da Kid and Remy Ma moves on without Fat Joe.

    Earlier this week, SOHH.com set up shop at the Pre-VMA Media Forum and had the chance to chop it up with Luda, Weezy, Birdman, Remy Ma and Chamillionaire among many others.

    1. Luda clarifies "War With God" target. It turns out that Ludacris' "War With God" wasn't about him afterwards. Within hours of the track leaking onto the internet earlier this summer, heads began speculating on who Luda was targeting on the track.Luda had then supposedly revealed that the song wasn't aimed towards Young Jeezy or T.I., but himself. Hmmmmm, not really! "They misquoted me saying it was about me. What I was telling them is that I divulged a lot of information about myself. I'm not battling myself on a record, that's ridiculous" Luda told SOHH.com exclusively. "What happens is, you got a lot of people taking subliminal shots at me, but nobody really says my name, so I'm not for sure, so that's my way of taking subliminal shots right back." So there you have it. One could say it's not aimed at anyone in particular. But if the shoe fits, wear it. "If anybody wanna catch feelings too hard then you can definitely do so," Luda added. "But I'm sitting here letting you know."

    2. Weezy responds to Gillie Da Kid. While Gillie Da Kid has made his rounds, alleging that he has written for Lil Wayne, Cash Money's youngest in charge has yet to say much on the subject. Maybe cause the Birdman Junior doesn't have much to say. "Get rich, son...cause I am," Weezy challenged as he looked straight into the SOHH camera.

    "That's just cheap talk," Birdman added. "We getting paid to talk." Weezy then continued, "All I'm saying is if you wrote something for me, how come you ain't rich. A nigga like me good. That nigga said he got 25 thousand a pop for when he does songs for us. Un-fucking believable!"

    3. Remy steps out on her own. Last we heard, Remy was reportedly up for sale. Ma told SOHH she was already hard work on a sophomore disc, There's Somethin Else About Remy, but doesn't know where it'll be released. One thing is sure, don't expect it to drop via Terror Squad Records or SRC. "As far as the Joe situation, that's my dude but we gon keep it strictly friendship," Remy shared. "The whole business thing, I just felt like it was a conflict of interest to me, the business situation." Remy also spoke on the lack of label support the Ne-Yo-featured "So Good" received from SRC. "I wanted to kill people, but you know...that's illegal. I went up there (SRC offices) in April. I'm telling them, 'this is the one, I'm telling you. It could be the next 'Lean Back'... and they didn't wanna shoot the video," Remy recounted frustrated. "They had their own agenda on how they wanted things to work out. At the end of the day, they didn't shoot the video and the record is still being added. Even without the support, I've managed to stay in front of the line, mainstream, in people's eyes so you could see."

    4. Chamillionaire speaks on working with Paul Wall and Mike Jones again. Though Chamillionaire and the Swishahouse camp have agreed to disagree, heads are hoping that a collaboration may still be in the cards. While he seemed iffy about recording with his former label mates, Chamillionaire didn't entirely dismiss the idea of working with them. "It definitely would be dope. I just can't rule that out," he told SOHH a future collaboration with Wall and Jones. "But I feel like we need to do our best to keep Houston moving right now. There's power in numbers. I think even a tour would be dope. If all of us went on a big tour and really just went everywhere across the nation and overseas, we could make it happen. It's just about everybody putting pride and egos to the side."

    5. What you may not see at the VMAs. Sohh... as SOHH chopped it up with the likes of Luda, Pharrell Williams, Weezy and Birdman, the interviews unfortunately conflicted with Ciara, Snoop Dogg and Monica's availability. Missing them was cool, but missing Cassie was unacceptable. While you won't see her on any upcoming VMA-related podcast, you'll also miss me complaining to Slim Thug that he's the cause for me missing Cassie. You won't see rappers in awe as they cheese for photos with the Hulkster, you won't see Ne-Yo and Cool and Dre exchanging numbers and making plans to work together, Tyrese declaring he loves Remy as he passed by the SOHH camera or Rem calling Method Man all sorts of names, including his government to get his attention. Oh, and you definitely won't see me call Webstar of "Chiken Noodle Soop" fame Webster. However, you can catch some of the highlights of the Pre-VMA Forum on SOHH's VMA Sneak Peak.

    [For any questions, comments, criticisms, hatemail, etc hit up Carl Chery on myspace at http://www.myspace.com/hdottt.]

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    SOHH Exclusive: Hype Williams Talks New Jay-Z Video, Hype Television & MTV Video Vanguard Award
    Friday. 9.1.06 5:06 pm

    Friday - September 1, 2006 by Janeé Bolden
    Hype Williams

    The prestigious Video Vanguard Award was given to Hype Williams at last night's (August 31) 2006 MTV Video Music Awards for the first time since 2003, when Duran Duran received the honor.

    Williams was presented the award by Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes, who have both starred in some of Hype's greatest masterpieces. Since1994, Hype has directed over 200 videos for No Doubt, Aaliyah, Kanye West, Outkast, Nas, DMX and many others. Past Video Vanguard recipients include David Bowie, Madonna, U2 and Michael Jackson.

    "I'm very excited to get here," Hype told SOHH.com exclusively. "I put a lot of time and effort into doing things that I thought people would like to see from their favorite artists. It's been a long road to get here and it's good to see MTV is celebrating the art of music videos. I appreciate Van Toffler and Judy McGrath (at MTV) for making it happen."

    In addition to his Video Vanguard award, a number of Williams-directed videos were nominated for VMA's this year.

    In recognition of his Vanguard award, Palm Pictures is planning the re-release Hype Williams: The Videos Vol. 1 DVD, which includes an interview with Hype and ten Williams-directed videos including videos by the Wu-Tang Clan, Jay-Z, Craig Mack, LL Cool J, Nas, Mase, Busta Rhymes and more.

    "Jay-Z "Big Pimpin'" is one of my favorites because we were able to communicate a lifestyle -- as far as Rocafella. That video set a trend for all future rap videos and created a template. That's where the image of the partying baller lifestyle came from. I'm hopeful that we'll get a good response and can do more. I've done hundreds of videos that are all relevant to youth culture," Hype told SOHH.

    Fans can also look forward to a Jay-Z/Hype reunion in the near future.

    "I'm potentially directing the video for Jay-Z's first single," Hype revealed. "Jay and I have been really good friends from a long time ago and he asked for me to work on his new project."

    Williams told SOHH he's working to branch out as much as he can in media. In addition to the re-release of DVD, Hype has a TV show in the works, Hype Television; he also has new feature film work on the horizon and is looking to collaborate with film critic Armond White (who honored Hype this summer at Lincoln Center) on a book of still photography that is currently a work-in-progress. The book would contain never-before-seen photographs of some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.

    Hype Williams: The Videos Vol. 1 DVD is scheduled for re-release on September 11th. The first 75 people to purchase the DVD will receive a Hype Williams autographed copy. For more information on Hype Williams please visit: www.hypewilliams.com.

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    Hip-Hop Takes A Backseat at the VMA's
    Friday. 9.1.06 4:53 pm
    Kanye and the future Mrs. West

    I never thought I'd say this but the BET Awards 2006 most definitely trumped last night's VMA's. The show was whack at best and pretty much threw hip hop to the wind. There were only a couple hip-hop performances (1 full one from T.I. and Luda/Pharrell, and a mini set from Busta) and several folks didn't even show up. I guess MTV was salty about last year's VMA's where hip hop basically took over the whole damn show.

    Nas and fam

    I don't like to talk about people's family--so I'ma keep it movin.....

    Who the f*ck Diddy think he was having a damn spokesperson on the red carpet? Jackie Long (Esquire from ATL) is officially whack in my book for even agreeing to that shit of being his spokesperson.


    JT’s opening was anti-climatic at best. Nothing special at all and Timbaland did not bring the heat. Other than the heat of all the weight he gained back. Whack. It’s sad when Jack Black’s [the host’s] whack ass opening performance is better than yours Tim.


    Then Lil Kim came out to present suited up in her orange jailsuit. And after she ripped it off you could tell she wasted no time making herself look like a ghetto Barbie again. I f*cks with Kim all day, but I wasn’t buying the whole “My FDC girls hard as hell and thank you for holding me down” speech. She coulda kept all that.

    50 and LL hit the stage together to present and award:
    50 and ll2.jpg
    On the red carpet LL was talking about he and 50’s newfound friendship. Looked real forced to me.

    50 kissin' on Nicole of the Pussycat Dolls

    I see 50 is still tryin' hard to dispell those homo rumors.


    Pharrell and Luda performed “Money Maker”. And it was all good till the Asscat Dolls came on stage for no reason to join in on the track.

    Beyonce tore it down with her “Ring The Alarm” performance.

    A lot less seizures than her BET Award performance for “Déja Vu”. Thank God.

    Jay was there to support his main chick and to open the show with a "Welcome back to NY" speech.


    T.I.’s performance was the hypest of the night. He had Young Dro as his hype man and brought damn near a whole school of kids on stage to back him up on "What You Know About That".

    And as for the important awards handed out:

    Best R&B video-Beyonce and Slim Thugga for "Check Up On It"

    Best Rap video—There were some heavy hitters in this category—T.I., 50, Yung Joc, winner was Chamillionaire ft. Krazy Bone, "Ridin Dirty". I disagree with this one. Then that dude Cham said 20/20 cancelling the interview with him about Ridin Dirty ruined his week, but this VMA made up for it. Damn.

    Best Hip Hop Video—Black Eyed Pea, "My Humps"


    Hype Williams received a tribute award for video directing called the 2006 Video Van Guard Award. Long overdue. Kanye presented it and Busta and Missy did a mini set as a tribute to him.

    SOHH Fabulous' rating for the show: 5
    Posted by SOHH Fabulous at September 1, 2006 10:27 AM

    T.I. and Beyonce tore it down.

    Posted by: BigJ at September 1, 2006 11:33 AM

    Luda and T.I. performed, so how was hip hop not represented? This is not a hip hop show, so why do you feel hip hop has to be the center of attention. If it was more hip hop than the rest I'm sure there would be no compliants.

    Posted by: truth at September 1, 2006 11:42 AM

    who the hell is that little girl with nas and kelis!!???
    please say it aint his daughter!!!!

    Posted by: aleis at September 1, 2006 11:42 AM

    oh dear dissapointing night,
    props to t.i and chamillionaire for doin it big,
    what is LL on, 50 Cent?!
    in new that LL's new album was wack but dear god wat is going on with him suddenly bumboys with fifty?
    oh well they both an embarassment.
    Murda 4 life

    Posted by: murda at September 1, 2006 11:45 AM

    MTV has to appease their alternative rock fan base sometimes, but trust me, the multi billon dollar hip-hop monster will have them back on their Sh*$ next year.

    Posted by: OGREALTALK at September 1, 2006 11:45 AM

    Yung Joc didn't perform with T.I....it was just Tip and Dro.

    Posted by: I'm Telling You Right Now at September 1, 2006 11:46 AM

    i agree with you about hiphop taking a back seat. first was it me or was there alot of awards going to rock bands that included hiphop acts in the category. it seemed like every category that had a rockband competing against a hiphop act. the hiphop act lost out. i could be wrong but thats what it seemed like to me.

    Posted by: mo at September 1, 2006 11:48 AM

    And how the fuck are you gonna say that Hip-Hop wasn't represented last night?? Every shot of the crowd was a different rapper. 3 performances were Hip-Hop acts, plus Christina, Shakira and Justin were backed by Hip-Hop icons. Y'all SOHH niggas need to check yaself b4 ya wreck yaself...

    Posted by: I'm Telling You Right Now at September 1, 2006 11:48 AM

    i agree with you about hiphop taking a back seat. first was it me or was there alot of awards going to rock bands that included hiphop acts in the category. it seemed like every category that had a rockband competing against a hiphop act. the hiphop act lost out. i could be wrong but thats what it seemed like to me.

    Posted by: mo at September 1, 2006 11:48 AM

    Maybe this came as a result of a shitty year for hip-hop. You know your in trouble when people are saying that the best Hip-Hop album of the year was by TI....

    Posted by: I'm Telling You Right Now at September 1, 2006 11:51 AM

    Could you people please not make fun of that man's daughter. We all can tell thats his daughter, she looks just like him. Thats shit is not cool to talk about kids. All this stuff on this blog to talk about lets avoid that one

    Posted by: Urban Legend at September 1, 2006 11:51 AM


    EVERYBODY KNOWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by: ANSWERD at September 1, 2006 11:52 AM


    EVERYBODY KNOWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by: ANSWERD at September 1, 2006 11:53 AM

    as an old schooler and a "real hip-hop" fan I'd say that hip-hop wasn't the part of the big showcase BUT we can't be greedy people. other genres have/need their chance to shine.

    Posted by: sinister1 at September 1, 2006 11:54 AM

    FUnny how that chick that 50 is kissing from PCD looks just like his managers wife! aint that crazy

    Posted by: answerD at September 1, 2006 11:54 AM

    Beyonce is lookin good in that pic. All I gotta say is "Face First"

    Posted by: The Playa at September 1, 2006 11:56 AM

    Was this the MTV rap award show? I think not.

    Posted by: roasta at September 1, 2006 11:56 AM

    This award show was for all types of music, and hip-hop doesn't have to be the center of it. MTV did whatever it could to make it fair, and every particuallar type of music had its share. I haven't seen the whole show but I enjoyed Shakira's performance, and it got me excited. Cham winning that award was great too, I think he is the best rapper of the game now, and best lyricist. I was high on some meds when I was watchin the show but it was great, I was relaxed. G2g to class so I will catch up with you later aight SOHH, peace,

    Posted by: Africa at September 1, 2006 11:57 AM

    thats not nas daughter thats kelis neice

    Posted by: iyhguybv at September 1, 2006 11:57 AM

    Don’t you hate it when sensitive little punk rock suburban kids and old heroin dazed over the hill Led Zeppelin fans get jealous and upset about the fact that hip-hop is more exciting, makes more money (and when used correctly) has a more powerful internationally permeating effect on the world. HIP-HOP rules the world and that angers the establishment!!!

    Posted by: OGREALTALK at September 1, 2006 11:59 AM

    im sorry but beyonce is white she looks more white than black.i no shes mix but u no..

    Posted by: tina at September 1, 2006 12:00 PM

    That IS Nas' daughter and she is a cute girl.

    Posted by: truth at September 1, 2006 12:02 PM

    To whoever was talk'n bout Nas' kid..that's foul. She a lil girl with baby fat. She'll grow outta that..who gives ah anyway. Das why ur kidz prolly gonna be disfunctional if not already. U don't talk about a niggaz kid.

    Posted by: TakDat at September 1, 2006 12:02 PM

    50 cent looks shook of ll cool j in that pics lol did ll cool j son him before the vmas?

    Posted by: boot at September 1, 2006 12:02 PM

    that lil girl looks just like nas. beyonce was on her janet ish last night.

    Posted by: hunni at September 1, 2006 12:04 PM

    I thought yall said yall wasnt going to wacth the show so dont hate on mtv for trying to please everybody at the same time
    chamilitary mann

    Posted by: randy at September 1, 2006 12:04 PM

    To whoever was talk'n bout Nas' kid..that's foul. She a lil girl with baby fat. She'll grow outta that..who gives ah anyway. Das why ur kidz prolly gonna be disfunctional if not already. U don't talk about a niggaz kid.
    I agree!! We need to see more family units like that amung black people in Hip Hop anyway.

    Posted by: OGREALTALK at September 1, 2006 12:05 PM

    Granted I didn't catch some of the performances because I dozed off...but the best one I saw was T.I./Dro...by far.

    Beyonce...swagger jacking again, as mentioned in Soulful...

    The rest of that shit? Zzzzzzzzzzz.....

    Posted by: Cic at September 1, 2006 12:06 PM

    Look, Beyonce is fine as a muthafucka. I guess people can keep picking shit to try to say about her to make they self feel a little better but it is what it is. She fine as hell. People need to go to some insecurity workshops or something.

    I wish Missy would retire and stick to songwriting.

    Posted by: Enlightened at September 1, 2006 12:13 PM

    The reason why Hip Hop took a backseat this year is because Hip Hop sucked this past year. Last year was the first time ever that Hip Hop dominated the VMA's. But you know the powers that be(MTV) wasnt about to let that happen again this year.

    I think we got a little too comfortable last year and expected Hip Hop to dominate again this year. Not gonna happen. Overall we were definetly representing though.

    But it just seem like the regukar VMA's of past years. Nothing but rock n roll bands that youve never heard of, white celebrities presenting awards and oh yeah ,a hip hop performance here and there.
    Nuffin special.

    Posted by: quE at September 1, 2006 12:14 PM

    i swear to god, i thought that slim thug pic was AJ from BET....then i read the caption.....and is that Nas sitting next to Jay-Z? that's the business right there. i can't wait for an album....and Chamillionaire is ugly....that fool looks retarded...he should just ghostwrite or do radio or sumthin....also, don't be lying, you know you wish your girlfriend was hot like the pussycat dolls.....why all the hatin on them?

    Posted by: marc at September 1, 2006 12:17 PM

    I'm a B fan to the fullest, but her performance was mediocre at best. The breakdown just completely fucked up her momemntum. Mase better watch out it looks like 50 has a new boyfriend. Sorry LL you still won't sell. Did Nicole kiss 50 on the mouth? Ugh. You shouldn't talk about people's kids. That shit just ain't right.

    Posted by: Whateva at September 1, 2006 12:18 PM

    When were their rumore of 50 being gay??? Nevamind, but id beat that PCD bitch 2... the show was aaigh on the hip hop tip, u cant really expect much from mtv... at least they didnt fucc up ti's music like bet..

    Posted by: dAmn at September 1, 2006 12:22 PM

    I also disagree about the "Hip Hop Taking a Backseat" comment. TI, Dro, Luda, Pharrell, & Beyonce performed. Busta and Missy did mini-sets. The show opened with Jay-Z's little announcement. Timbaland performed with Justin and Wyclef performed with Shakira. Also, Snoop, Lil Kim, and Diddy all presented awards. AND, let's not forget, Hype Williams (a HIP HOP video director) was honored. How much more Hip Hop do you need? The VMAs represent all genres of music, not just hip hop so your comment is not accurate.

    Posted by: JL at September 1, 2006 12:45 PM

    pcd chick is hot essai!!!!! nas kid is chubby but so what....

    Posted by: chavez at September 1, 2006 12:55 PM

    Nicole kissed 50 on his mouth????...ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwyuckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk!!!!!!what a hot mess.....!!!!does she know who 50 has kissed before her????

    Posted by: barbaraa.jackson at September 1, 2006 12:57 PM

    damn i red those hospital papers thats floating on line it says that beyonce was born with half of a males ballz rite in her middel,dam so does that mean she was a man, dam thats crazy ,but it said the doctors got rid of it when she was 4..

    Posted by: dam at September 1, 2006 12:59 PM

    Backseat my ass ... honestly folks there are a few of us out here who think there was far too much of that shuck and jive for the masses ... I would think most African Americans would not want to be represented by "artists" who can not rise above and and create a new day beyond the OLD AND TIRED "Gangsta and Ho" routine ...
    Beyonce - HO
    Snoop - Classic OLD Gangsta
    LL - Classic Pre-Gangsta Hood
    P-Cat Dolls - Pre-Fab Multi-Racial H0's
    50-Cent- Gangsta
    Pharrel- So sad to see his shuck and jive with Chris - I am sorry I will use his "Gangsta" name Ludacris
    And the gold lame shorts, the money, the sad RETRO hip hop clothing.

    The VMA took a lot of heat for beating LAME last night ... and it was because the black artist are still playing the same Steppin Fetchin role they have been for 20 years. The classics of Motown and Jimmy Hedrix must be rolling in their graves to see black music come to this... stuck in the same act that makes poor blacks feel "OK" about the tragic lives they live - instead of presenting an adult mature version of what people can become ... Beyonce, JayZ, Snoop, 50 Cent, Ludacris, Lil Kim ... lets be honest people ...street trash is street trash. All Americans and especially Black Americans have a better musical history than this posse of low lifes entertaining white kids with an endless show that - HONEST - white people just laugh at ... look at the silly clowns. How about they just start doing it in black face!

    Posted by: RJP3 at September 1, 2006 01:04 PM

    Beyonce,Beyonce,Beyonce...yeah she does her thang,but she's overrated...Ring the alarm isn't even supposed to be her next single...so that performance is null and void....

    Ciara lookng like she's finally start to somewhat "Fill Out" that dress was cheezy but if fit perfect....and Nicole of PCD stock is rising rapidly....

    What was up with all the androgonist/half-gay ass rock groups winning last night..is that the way the wanna be repped...if so they can have that shit...did yall see them white boys wigs last night...and that last dude had on eye-liner/mascara......yuck!!

    Posted by: Caprice Tha 1st at September 1, 2006 01:20 PM

    bee snatch janet style like foxy snatch those two belts dam

    Posted by: erica at September 1, 2006 01:22 PM

    I liked Chamillionaire's song Ridin, but I have not been able to stop clownin him for looking like the spawn of Curious George. Every time I see him I chuckle a little. I was proud of him last night. Articulate rappers are few and far in between. He conveyed his thoughts well and I have a new respect for him.

    I agree with quE. The awards show last night was a throwback to a few years ago when the show was more pop/rock oriented. Maybe they thinkin they don't need our money no more. I say fuck em. This year Janet gets the could shoulder, maybe they will add a few more of our icons to their ban list next year. We ought to boycott they azzez.

    Posted by: Bird at September 1, 2006 01:22 PM

    HIP HOP is a low end culture ... just look at the homophobia all over the comments on this website.

    Many black white married and gangsta men get off together ... especially muscle bound hot black men ... chill

    It actually is cool if a man is man enough to get off with his buddy

    Posted by: RJP3 at September 1, 2006 01:25 PM

    best performance of the night was that lovely lady singing "Manhattan Cowboy" at the pre-show.she got an incredible voice

    Posted by: markmanuel18 at September 1, 2006 01:34 PM

    best performance of the night was that lovely lady singing "Manhattan Cowboy" at the pre-show.she got an incredible voice

    Posted by: markmanuel18 at September 1, 2006 01:34 PM


    Normally I wouldn't respond to shit like this but

    "It actually is cool if a man is man enough to get off with his buddy"

    Say fuckin what?

    Posted by: Cic at September 1, 2006 01:35 PM

    HIP HOP is a low end culture ... just look at the homophobia all over the comments on this website.

    Many black white married and gangsta men get off together ... especially muscle bound hot black men ... chill

    It actually is cool if a man is man enough to get off with his buddy

    Posted by: RJP3 at September 1, 2006 01:25 PM
    The RJP3 that wrote this comment is probably not the same person that made the previous (rather insightful and intelligent) comment above it.

    This person just sounds like a ranting homo.

    By the way, hip-hop (much of it, not all) is low end culture, but at the same time potentally the most powerful force for mobilizing the youth for global change.

    Posted by: OGREALTALK at September 1, 2006 01:38 PM

    I really think dat HIP-HOP in general is goin down cuz u know,ur alwayz seein some fuckin commercialzm videos like"ooohhh im 20 carrats,niggaz hate us cuz we wear new bapestas"maaaan fuuck!!!!they cant bring da real hip hop,cuz dey know dat real hip hop is dead,real hip hop is fo 90's,real hip hop is fo realz,cuz actually i really cant find some real hip-hoppas,daamn!!!

    Posted by: Crack-mack at September 1, 2006 01:39 PM


    Posted by: REAL TALK at September 1, 2006 02:08 PM

    Im agreein with some people on this blog, Hip Hop didnt get the backseat. The VMAs always try to provide diversity amongst music with these awards, so they gotta balance it out. If it was too much hip hop then the audience outside of hip hop would be disappointed and vice versa.
    We were represented enuff to know that hip hop is still a powerful music genre. On the other hand, we should feel good to have people like Dj Premier and Wyclef branch out into the pop world to expand hip hop's sound and audience.

    Posted by: Blazze One at September 1, 2006 02:10 PM

    I have to say puff having a spokesperson is hilarious, but hey its puffy.

    Posted by: diddy pop at September 1, 2006 02:23 PM

    Maybe they thinkin they don't need our money no more....

    Maybe you should stop typing in ebonics

    Posted by: WastedYouth at September 1, 2006 03:31 PM


    ... tsk tsk

    Hatred is hatred.

    And MTV is one of the gayest networks in the world ... well it's sister site LOGO actually is!

    Posted by: rjp3 at September 1, 2006 03:33 PM

    Look at Chamillionaire all dressed up!

    I missed the awards show...i saw some performances at MTV.COM...Beyonce was hot and so were T.I. & Young Dro...Pharrell & Ludacris...though the pussycat dolls' presence was unnecessary...very unnecessary...Justin Timberlake was pretty good too...but aside from that, the award show didn't seem all of that, based on what i'm reading here...that's three hours of your life that you won't ever get back...oh well, there's always next year

    Posted by: May at September 1, 2006 04:16 PM

    The sheer volume of knuckle-draggers who listen to hip-hop alone is cause enough to inject some variety into the program. Even if we, as listeners, are fans of hip-hop, you have to admit that ... like the majority of internet websites, most of it is crap. Pure and simple, crap, especially a lot of it that rises to the top. And people buy that crap by the millions with their welfare checks or alimony payments or loose change between the cushions, or whatever. It's ridiculous.

    Should some rock be in the show? Absolutely. Bring in the country music too for good measure, I don't care. Some variety is good. All you hip-hop zealots should do what your mama should have told you when you were a kid -- if you can't say anything good, shut the fuck up.


    Posted by: Damage at September 1, 2006 04:17 PM


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    Chamillionaire, Beyoncé, and Slim Thug Win Big at the VMAs
    Friday. 9.1.06 4:49 pm
    "I was sitting behind 50 Cent and he told me I was gonna win, I didn' t believe it"-Chamillionaire

    Chamillionaire, Beyoncé , and Slim Thug all snabbed VMAs last night (August 31st).

    Cham looked like he was about to have a breakdown while accepting his award for "Best Rap Video," but he still managed to summon enough composure to shout out the fallen soldiers: DJ Screw, Fat Pat, and Big Hawk. It's no surprise that Curtis "Interscope" Jackson knew that the award would go to Koopa, but, I don't know that anybody else deserved it better. MTV finally got something right. By the way, Cham has confirmed that him and Fitty have been working on a lil' somethin' together in the studio.

    Speaking of collaborations, Beyoncé 's joint with Slim Thug, "Check on It," unsurprisingly clinched the "Best R&B Video" award. I wonder if Slim is excited about winning a moonman that says "Best R&B Video." Well, at least, he went out there to support his collaborator (Thugga was on stage before Beyoncé even realized she had won), unlike Snoop who just sat stiff when those ugly ass Pussycat Dolls won an award for their Snoop-featured hit, "Buttons". Snoop was shaking his head like "I don't know them hoes."

    Anyhow, this year's show was boring from intro to outro, but congratulations to Slim, Bey, and of course, Chamillionaire for their respective awards.

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    Busta Rhymes: Whatever Happened to That New York Shit?
    Friday. 9.1.06 4:45 pm
    I was rooting for him. I really was.


    Busta's first week numbers, which did 200,000 and change, was one of the best to tackle the first week rap entry on the charts this year. But that was just the beginning. And that beginning was June 23rd. It's now September 1st.

    Many figured that he was just getting off to a slow start, and that he'd soon pick up where the explosiveness of "Touch It" had left off. But for whatever reason, Busta has only pushed about 500,000 copies after ten weeks. Ten weeks of "I Love My Chick," throwback showboating on "New York Shit," sashaying around on endless BET and MTV2 appearances, massive "106th and Park" airplay, heavy daytime BET video rotation, mixtapes, the Rick James-featured "In the Ghetto," and crazy radio spins has taken Flatbush's finest to... #76 on the charts. I don't understand.


    I know there were a few push-backs on the album (which was originally slated for release in March, then April, etc), but really, when you know you're gonna have a single as crack as "Touch It," there should be a thorough, well-organized agenda that insures everything goes as planned. This is where the album sales got jacked.

    You've done all the promotion you could possibly do, spent more money than what you'll ever see in return, and all for nothing. The Big Bang was a pretty well-put together album, but still I must admit. As a rider for the NEW New York movement, I'm disappointed. The Brooklynite has failed to deliver. So now what?

    I got love for my mans Tru Life. But for something that appeared to look so promising, well, it's looking kinda iffy right about now.

    For all of this, GOLD is an insult. A slap in the face. Whatever happened to that New York shit?

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    T.I. and 'Dro Ripped The VMA's....But Then I Started Dozing Off
    Friday. 9.1.06 4:39 pm
    Yawn, yawn....Oh is it over yet? Damn, the VMA's was a boring awards show. I don't know which is worse, the VMA's or The Vibe Awards. Will The Dirty Awards get here quick fast and in a hurry.

    But anyway, there were a few bright spots in the place, most notably T.I. and Young Dro ripping the stage on "What You Know." That was a given though. I was surprised that 'Dro hit the stage with Tip, but it was a good promotional move for Dro's album nevertheless. An ingenious move, one of the reasons why Grand Hustle is rapidly growing into a powerhouse.

    Did you check out Diddy's right hand man? What it do Joc? I ain't mad at cha'-I couldn't think of a better situation to be in, just sit back and enjoy the ride.

    Alot of low points...my high point of the night>>>shakira.jpg
    Oh My!!!

    And Ludacris, first Nasdaq, then converting to the fade now the dapper threads...I can see it now he's stepping into mogul status sooner than we thought. Believe it. Did you peep when Luda was about to wrap up "Money Maker," out of nowhere Nicole S. and her pussy-cats stroll out. Had to luv that too.

    Finally, in other news what happened to the "new" Dream Team? Do we need to start trimming salaries and revoking ghetto passes. Yo, Joe Johnson when you get home we gotta' get an explanation for this son.

    Bumpin In the Changer...witchdoctor.jpg
    ...A hood classic

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