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Posted by Typhoon20 on 08 July 2012 - 03:47 AM
Posted by Hero1 on 08 July 2012 - 07:09 PM
Ugh. Has the moron not figured it out yet? Oh wait, he's black...that's why.
Translation: I'm a racist, so I must be right.
America created and continues to support my nauseating and disgusting celebrity, even though my films kinda' profited more in foreign markets, lol, that's why I do press junkets in all these other sh-thole countries, lol, but whatevs! Ammuuuuurica!
Translation: I have never been to a country outside of america, so I am completely ignorant and have no understanding about the world. I couldn't even comprehend that a little boy in a "****hole country" would be happier than my own pathetic self.
Ugh. Sickening. More of the good ol' liberal celebrity bit "any taxes are fine as long as I can still be me(a smug celebrity)!". Yeah, implying that raising taxes and/or creating new ones(like through this new healthcare mandate) is good...what a moron. Hell, even if you do pay more out of your rich ass, what would that do to help cut wasteful spending on failed programs and policies? America already spends more on education and healthcare than anyone else, oh, but they need more!!! Nah, it can't be because they run it inefficiently, it's 'cause there's not enough money! Let's just keep feeding the machine!
Translation: How dare someone protect young children and the poor by offering them healthcare, even though most of the world is able to do this, see if we spend less money somehow that will solve all our problems.
Oh, and that f-cktard Brolin...
Says the liberal elitist scumbag.
Translation: Anyone who disagrees with me must be a scumbag, and I am so outraged by this I need to go on to a fan site and post my tirade anonymously to make me feel better.
Posted by Jazzy Julie on 08 July 2012 - 04:50 PM
Posted by Nic61974 on 16 May 2013 - 01:09 PM
There is one more episode from that European tour. We have so much footage that we aren't stopping! We are going to roll right through all the summer shows, then on to the fall tours - Europe & Canada.
I read your posts to Jeff and he's so glad you are enjoying them. He really thanks each one of you for your support.
Posted by Bob on 07 May 2013 - 02:05 PM
I just wanted to stop by and say - Tim, everyone here, everyone who still frequents or once frequented this site - you guys are awesome. Seriously.
The impetus for this post is that seven years ago I came to this forum for an outlet, for an opportunity to enjoy my favorite artist, and for a community of similarly minded people when it came to good music. At the time, I ended up sharing some important moments in my life, including my first big break up. (http://www.jazzyjeff...mood-perfectly/)
At the time, I was at what I thought was rock bottom. I had no idea how to communicate how sad I was, and how pessimistic I was about my future. I came to this forum and you guys were great. This site has created a community that, while it has waned with the lack of music updates from Will Smith, was a needed outlet and break from life sometimes. And with this community and my own personal network of friends and family, I thrived the next several years.
I came back to this site today because seven years later I'm dealing with my second big breakup - this time of three years and plenty of expectations (e.g., marriage, settling down). And while I now laugh at how consumed I was back in 2006 with that (now seemingly insignificant) relationship, I realize that those same feelings have come back.
People get depressed for a number of reasons. And the number one worst position to put yourself in is one without perspective or the realization that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Believe me, right now I could tell you how I feel like things will never get better, that I had my chance, that the girl of my dreams is no longer in my life. I could swear to you up and down that this time is different and I'm doomed.
And then I can look at that post from seven years ago and realize those feelings are natural and almost required to come out of a situation for the better.
So thanks to Tim and everyone here for keeping this site up and active, even as the activity has slowed. I never saved that post to my harddrive, but seeing it today was a great wakeup call to me, when I needed it most.
It sounds kinda ridiculous but whatever I just wanted to express my thanks.
Posted by Hero1 on 28 April 2013 - 08:01 PM
At the height of jazzyjefffreshprince.com's success in 2004/2005 we were bringing in over 6,000 unique visitors a day..over 100,000 a month. The internet changes, social media has become big, and google has updated its algorithm more than a few times to hurt the site. Yes at one point this site was ranked #3 for a Will Smith search. Google no longer values older web sites..in fact it discounts them, and it ranks wikipedia, imdb and name brand sites way higher than fan sites. Good luck finding us for a Will Smith search even though the web site is now 17 years old, and has been updated more than Will's official site. The web site traffic of the site has dropped to around about unique 400 visits a day, mostly to the movie page. For all intensive purposes this community and forum is quite dead especially if you compare it to the glory days.
It's time to come anew, and get the community back! People don't visit web sites they visit Facebook, and I am aiming for our Facebook page to have 100,000 likes by the end of May. Its time to get that feeling back of a community of fans, who discuss and talk about things with each other. Expect this page to have the latest news about Will & Jeff also. Facebook has a tricky way of not showing updates of pages you like so first of all make sure you bookmark this page:
Also comment on and engage in the discussion going on right now about.
Bad Boys 3:
and Fresh Prince of Bel Air:
Posted by Da Brakes on 18 April 2013 - 11:14 AM
Posted by Jazzy Julie on 15 April 2013 - 02:39 PM
Sorry i was shattered last night so i crashed. Firstly i love that i look like i photobombed that pic with skillz. I wasnt quite ready to get in place and in my defense it was like 4.30am.
So i'll tell you our little story because i like to keep the memory for myself too. So we heard that Jeff was gonna be on 1-3am so we were all ready for a long night, we are all getting close to 30 now and cant handle these late nights lol. Brakes and Kev were popping painkillers in McDonalds beforehand for bad backs etc. So first we went in a little club next to Scala for a quick drink, we all got searched and the bouncer found Kevs heatpack for his bad back lol, he looked at it for quite a while but then it kinda did look like a small slab of cocaine.
So we went to Scala at about 10.30pm, got searched again, how dodgy are these clubs? Luckily the guestlist was all sorted and we got in for free! Thanx Tim and Nicole, saved us £18 :) We had a look at the setlist and saw that Jeff wasnt on until 2am, are they trying to kill us. We wernt in the club long until Burnadette (am i right in saying she is Darnells ex?) and her boyfriend came , they were both lovely. So at first we saw the nextmen, they were ok but didnt have a patch on Jeff. But while they were on i fought my way closer to the front (it sucks being 5"1). We also saw Tims cousins, i cant remember his name but he had a ponytail and glasses, he was talking about how i met your Aunty Tim and he was amazed that i had travelled so far to see Jeff lol.
So Jeff and Skillz came on just after 2am, skillz noticed Brakes and Kev straight away and shook Brakes hand over the crowd. The set was amazing, i liked it so much more than the last time i saw him. He even started out with the harlem shake and the crowd went mental and i got squished. Like Brakes i also loved his little "I wanna rock" bit, it was such a shame he only included a tiny bit because what i saw was amazing. Both skillz and Jeff know exactly how to work a crowd.
So after the show i was thinking we wouldnt get to go backstage because Darnell wasnt there, but Skillz came over and told us to come up the stairs. So i started to move and Skillz said "No just you two" just as my face dropped he suddenly realized and said "oh is she with you". So i got in there lol, to be fair ive only met them once a year ago, i dont expect them to remember me. So "backstage" was just at the side of the stage and Jeff recognized the guys straight away. I then got a hug from Jeff :) He didnt stay about for too long but it was past 4am and it was his third show of the night. Skillz stayed about for a while and chatted for a bit.
We eventually left the club past 4.30am, tired was not the word. I had a great night though, nice to see the guys again and Jeff was amazing as usual. Heres my pic of me and Jeff.
Posted by Da Brakes on 04 April 2013 - 12:07 PM
I would LOVE to record in this studio! Definitely a shadow dream of mine! I've been waiting ages for a video like this.... I just wish it was longer and we actually got to see Jeff make the beat! Chris needs to do a 'proper' video like this for Jeff.
Posted by Hero1 on 05 February 2013 - 10:58 PM
Thank God Willow said let me be a 12 year old..but that's something WIll should have known already.. let kids be kids.. its the only time they get to enjoy not worrying about grown up stuff and just being happy..let them do it
Posted by VIsqo on 31 January 2013 - 05:35 PM
Amazing news I hope USA brings out a show like this!
Posted by JumpinJack AJ on 09 January 2013 - 06:50 PM
It's a dumb idea. It's so dumb that I'm challenged to understand why people think it's a good idea...other than greedy companies that will profit from it. FP has said many times "zero chance." It pains me that he'd consider it without seeing a miracle of a script that almost makes the idea of a sequel tolerable. The bottom line is; the earth doesn't get attacked by aliens twice. To pursue that idea tarnishes the original. The only thing that gives me an ounce of fear that FP would do it is that he's done moves like Hancock, which I can't imagine were that good on paper when he agreed to do it.
Posted by Ale on 04 January 2013 - 05:17 PM
I searched for the video, but found nothing. Sorry.
Posted by Nic61974 on 01 January 2013 - 06:46 PM
Happy New Year to the DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince fans! Jeff wanted me to post up this message to you all and share the link to the 2012 recap video with you first, before we posted it anywhere else. You all have been so wonderful so thank you for your continued support. Here's Jeff's message:
Happy New Year to our Jazzy Jeff/Fresh Prince fans. Thank you to all of you who came out and saw a show this year, its always good to see you. I hope you enjoy this 2012 recap video we put together.Be on the look out for my Vinyl Destination webisodes which will begin in the next week or so. It's a behind the scenes look at the people and places I've visited over the last year.Thanks again for your support and I hope to see you in 2013!-DJ Jazzy Jeff
Here is the link to the recap video:
Posted by Big Willie on 11 December 2012 - 05:32 PM
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This song and its release means a lot to me and it'd be extremely appreciated if you guys could download and spread the word as much as possible, all for a great causes. Thanks in advance!
Posted by DevilsJim89 on 27 November 2012 - 10:33 PM
This is the deepest **** I've ever heard a music artist say. I love how humble Jeff is - real down to earth.