The Dream – Rockin’ That Shit (feat. Ludacris, Rick Ross, Fabolous & Juelz Santana)

Aangezien ik tegenwoordig grote fan ben van The Dream… hier de remix met de Def Jam All-Stars.

Music Video Update

Even een kleine inhaalslag, met de music videos die deze maand zijn uitgekomen en hier nog niet te zien zijn…

The Game feat. Ne-Yo – Camera Phone

Klik verder voor videos van o.a. Nelly, Ludacris, Scarface, Kardinal Offishall en EPMD.

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Ludacris feat. T-Pain – One More Drink


Ludacris feat. Floyd Money Mayweather – Undisputed

Ludacris over Theater of the Mind

Swizz Beats werkt aan Luda’s album

Swizz Beats aan het werk voor Ludacris’ Theater of the Mind.

Nieuwe Max Payne trailer!


Deze nieuwe trailer is veeeeel beter dan de eerste. Ik vraag me echt af wat hier uitkomt…ik hoop echt dat het echt chill wordt…
In ieder geval, hier is de trailer.

Maverick cop Max Payne (Wahlberg) is hell-bent on revenge against those responsible for the brutal murder of his family and partner. His obsessive investigation takes him on a nightmarish journey into a dark underworld. As the mystery deepens, Max is forced to battle enemies beyond the natural world and face an unthinkable betrayal.

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Name Dropping Game

Op L-A-X;

Dr. Dre: 6 Times
Biggie: 6 Times
Tupac: 5 Times
Kanye west: 5 Times
50 Cent/Curtis: 5 Times
Suge Knight: 4 times
Jay-Z – 3 Times
Snoop Dogg: 3 Times
Lil Wayne: 2 Times
Ice Cube: 2 Times
Ludacris: 2 Times
Mary J Blige: 2 Times
Rakim: 2 Times
Diddy: 2 Times

Big Boi
Young Jeezy
Beanie Sigel
Erick Sermon
Jazzy Pha
Wu Tang
Scott Storch
MC Ren
Young Buck
Mobb Deep
Shock G
Mack 10
Will Smith
Uncle Luke
LL Cool J
Public Enemy
New Edition
Naughty By Nature
Black Rob
DJ Kool Herc
DJ Red Alert
Big Daddy Kane
Frankie Beverly And Maze

Impala (’64): 9 Times
Phantom: 7 Times
Lamborghini: 4 Times
Range Rover: 3 Times
Bentley: 2 Times

Chevy Suburban
Chevy Malibu

Louis Vuitton

Patron (5 Times)
Cristal Champagne (3 Times)

Kool Aid

Air Force 1s: 2 Times
Nike: 3 Times
Jordans: 3 times
Air Force 2
Bo Jacksons
Ralph Lauren
Mc Donald’s
Smith & Wesson

Lebron James: 2 Times
Michael Jordan
Kobe Bryant
Dwight Howard
Chris Paul
Tony Parker
Mike Tyson

Jesse Jackson: 2 Times
Delicious (Flavor Of Love): 2 Times

Kurt Kobain
John Lennon
Don Imus
Frank Lucas
Jacob The Jeweler
Pablo Escobar
Al Pacino
Tyra Banks
Martha Stewart
Vanessa Del Rio
Ronald Raegan
Jackie Chan
Rosa Parks
Martin Luther King
Bill Gates
Barack Obama
Hillary Clinton
Nelson Mandela
Coretta Scott

Via: HHG

Forbes 2008 Hip-Hop Cash Kings

Last year it was Jay-Z who led the way on Forbes new list for Hip-Hop Cash Kings, but he was dethroned despite landing a huge deal with Live Nation, worth an estimated $150 million.

Hov did land at no. 2 on the 2008 list, but it was 50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson) who is crowned the 2008 Hip-Hop Cash King by the magazine, who reportedly earned a whopped $150 million over the past 12 months.

According to Forbes, Fiddy banked $100 million (after taxes) thanks to his stake in VitaminWater’s parent, Glacéau, which was bought by Coca-Cola as part of a $4.1 billion deal.

Additionally, the rapper’s portfolio also includes a successful clothing line, record label, film roles, video games, and of course record sales from several albums, including his most recent platinum selling Curtis album.

Forbes reports that he’s also working on a mining partnership with South African billionaire Partrice Motsepe.

Jay-Z raked in $82 million, coming in at no. 2, thanks to his American Gangster album, his Live Nation deal, and his other business ventures.

Coming in at no. 3 for the second year in a row is Diddy. The music mogul earned a reported $35 million last year from his many businesses and deals — including his Sean John clothing line, his Bad Boy label, his deal with Ciroc vodka, and two reality shows.

Ironically, 50 Cent grabbed both Diddy and Jay-Z last year when they earned the top three spots for his “I Get Money (Forbes Remix),” and here they are again.

Right behind the Big Three is Kanye West, taking the no. 4 spot with a cool $30 mill. His position comes as his third solo album became one of the best selling last year, beating out 50 Cent’s Curtis in a head-to-head battle the pair staged for publicity.

At no. 5 we see Timbaland with $22 mill, thanks to his endless list of producer credits.

The rest of the list is as follows, see the entire list with photos at

No. 6: Pharrell Williams – $20 mill
No. 7: Swizz Beats – $17 mill
No. 8: Snoop Dogg – $16 mill
No. 9: Dr. Dre – $15 mill
No. 10: Ludacris – $14 mill
No. 11: T.I. – $13 mill
No. 11: Lil Wayne – $13 mill
No. 12: Eminem – $12 mill
No. 12: Common – $10 mill
No. 12: Akon – $12 mill
No. 13: Jermaine Dupri – $11 mill
No. 13: Lil Jon – $11 mill
No. 14: Outkast – $10 mill
No. 14: Chamillionaire – $10 mill
No. 14: The Game – $10 mill

Heel leuk voor 50… maar met de huidige dollarkoers stelt het helemaal niets voor natuurlijk; 150 miljoen dollar over 12 maanden staat omgerekend bijna gelijk aan het minimumsalaris in NL.

Fox News on Luda’s Obama Track

Wow, Fox News on their BS again…

White rights enthusiast Sean Hannity has a new black man in his sights, ludacris. Because Ludacris has written some over-the-top lyrics in support of Obama and because Obama has previously expressed a liking for Ludacris, that was proof enough for Hannity that it indicated that Obama is a black radical. From the 7/30/08 Hannity & Colmes