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  1. Will has shared how he was mistreated in that past. I don't think he's been revealing anything new, but he has gone deeper on a few topics. I think one of the things that made me identify with him early on is that he's grown out of certain circumstances that are similar to my own. If his marriage is health, great. If his marriage and his career are being influenced by pains from the past, such as considering his first divorce to be his greatest failure, it seems like it's time to reorganize his approach to some things. 

  2. I've been revisiting a lot of old Mariah recently. "Underneath The Stars" was always one of my favorites. Her label didn't want to promote it, so the single wasn't properly pressed and the music video was lost. The video doesn't really fit the song, but she recently got her hands on it and released it two days ago. 

    MARIAH CAREY - Underneath The Stars

    Daydream (1995)


  3. https://comicbook.com/movies/news/peoples-choice-awards-male-movie-star-2020-winner/

    People's Choice Awards: Will Smith Wins Male Movie Star of the Year

    By NICOLE DRUM - November 15, 2020 11:25 pm EST

    Awards season is in full swing and while things look a little different than in years past thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 46th People's Choice Awards took place tonight to recognize fan-chosen favorites across the pop culture spectrum from the past year and that means choosing the Male Movie Star of 2020. While there weren't a lot of movies opening in theaters in 2020, thanks to streaming fans still had plenty of performances to get excited about with fans ultimately choosing Will Smith as Male Movie Star of the year.

    Smith was nominated for his work in Bad Boys For Life, the fourth film in the Bad Boys franchise. The film saw Smith and co-star Martin Lawrence reprise their roles as Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett respectively for one last film.

    In Bad Boys for Life, an aging Burnett has become a police inspector while Lowery, suffering a midlife crisis, is assigned to head up AMMO, a "young guns" group of millennial cops with whom he has nothing in common. Both of them reunite once again when a fierce cartel mob boss, whose brother they defeated years earlier, makes a retaliation effort on Mike just as both he and Marcus are about to officially retire.

    The film also took home the Movie of 2020 award at Sunday night's People's Choice Awards.

    Even with perhaps fewer major films to choose from in 2020, fans nominated some solid performances. The nominees in the category were Chris Hemsworth (Extraction), Jamie Foxx (Project Power), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), Mark Wahlberg (Spenser Confidential), Robert Downey Jr. (Dolittle), Tom Hanks (Greyhound), Vin Diesel (Bloodshot), and Will Smith (Bad Boys For Life).

    Winners for the People's Choice Awards are determined by fans who can vote for their choice 3 ways, per the People's Choice Awards website: pca.eonline.com, Twitter, and Xfinity (where available) with Twitter voting requiring a specific format using the category hashtag and corresponding nominee hashtag in the same post. Fans can vote up to 25 times per day, per category, per method to ensure their choice is heard
  4. LL Cool J slams Kanye West for peeing on Grammy: ‘Piss in a Yeezy’

    October 3, 2020 | 12:32pm



    Kanye West’s latest stunt against the recording academy — involving the artist urinating on one of his Grammys — didn’t sit well with fellow winner and frequent award show host, LL Cool J.

    The Hip-Hop veteran, 52, shared his frustration with West, 43, being “disrespectful” towards the trophy and what it represents during a sit-down with “Desus & Mero.”

    “With all due respect, I think Kanye should just — maybe he should just piss in a Yeezy or something instead of pissing on a Grammy,” the musician and actor said. “Piss in a pair of one them Yeezys, B. I felt some kind of way about that s–t. I didn’t love that s–t, because I’ve been with the Grammys for five years.”

    LL, whose real name is James Todd Smith, has won two Grammys and has hosted the annual ceremony a total of five times.

    “I don’t understand this constant disrespect,” he continued. “Look, now don’t get me wrong, there have been some foul things that have happened to some artists around the Grammys; they (the Recording Academy) are not without flaw … but piss on one those f–king space shoes or something … C’mon, man. What the f–k is he doing?”

    Last month, in the middle of a Twitter meltdown, the “Ultralight Beam” rapper tossed one of his 21 trophies into the toilet and peed all over it.

    “Trust me … I WONT STOP,” West captioned the video, which he shared on Twitter after publishing screenshots of his contract with Def Jam Music Group, which is a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.
  5. This is such a good find. I like how they acknowledged that the song was already a hit years before. I thought it was kind of strange that they re-did it, released it as a single and a music video when the Rock The House album already ran its course. Jive just wanted that money for themselves once they got their hands on an already completed and successful album.

  6. Wow, I didn't think this would ever happen. All these years there was speculation of it being the work of Randy Allen (Rusty Waters) and that appears to be false. The fact that it was related to drugs is a little discouraging, but it was always known the Jay was the one in the streets, and in later years, dealing with a lot of debt.  I'm glad that it looks like justice will be served. 


    Arrests in unsolved murder of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay

    Tuesday, August 18, 2020 12:07AM
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    Two men have been indicted in the 2002 unsolved murder of Jam Master Jay, the D.J. for the rap group Run-DMC, federal prosecutors in New York City have announced.

    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Two men have been indicted in the 2002 unsolved murder of Jam Master Jay, the D.J. for the rap group Run-DMC, federal prosecutors in New York City have announced.

    Jason Mizell was murdered in Hollis, Queens on October 30, 2002 -- shot at point-blank range with a .40-caliber handgun.

    "The defendants allegedly carried out the cold-blooded murder of Jason Mizell, a brazen act that has finally caught up with them thanks to the dedicated detectives, agents and prosecutors who never gave up on this case," stated Acting United States Attorney DuCharme. "The charges announced today begin to provide a measure of justice to the family and friends of the victim, and make clear that the rule of law will be upheld, whether that takes days, months or decades."

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    Mizell, known professionally as Jam Master Jay, was a member of 1980s hip-hop sensation Run-DMC, behind hits such as "It's Tricky" and the Aerosmith remake collaboration "Walk This Way."

    The 37-year-old Jay was shot once in the head by a masked assailant, police said at the time. He left behind a wife and three children.

    Officials announce charges against two men in the murder of Run-DMC legend Jam Master Jay.

    NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, a Queens native and self-described Run-DMC fan, said "this arrest was very important to me."

    NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, a Queens native and self-described Run-DMC fan, said "this arrest was very important to me."

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    Karl Jordan and Ronald Washington, both of Queens, have been charged with the murder of Jam Master Jay while engaged in cocaine trafficking, according to an indictment unsealed in the Eastern District of New York that also charged the two with drug offenses.

    The murder of Jam Master Jay stemmed from a dispute over drug trafficking, according to the indictment.

    According to investigators, Mizell sought to exclude Washington from a large multi-state drug deal. In retaliation, Washington and Jordan conspired to murder, and ultimately executed Mizell.

    As alleged in court filings, on October 30, 2002, Mizell was present at his recording studio, 24/7 Studio, located on Merrick Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens. Washington and Jordan, armed with firearms, entered the studio at approximately 7:30 p.m.

    Washington then allegedly pointed his firearm at an individual located inside the studio and demanded that the person lie on the floor. Jordan was said to have approached Mizell and pointed his firearm at him, firing two shots at close range, striking the victim once in the head and killing him. The second shot struck another individual in the leg.

    "Mr. Jordan and Mr. Washington walked into a music studio in Queens, where Mr. Mizell and others were working essentially hanging out, and they walked in and they murdered them in cold blood," DuCharme said.

    The investigation revealed that the motive for the killing resulted from Mizell's previous acquisition of approximately 10 kilograms of cocaine from a narcotics supplier in the Midwest. The cocaine was allegedly intended to be distributed in Maryland by Washington, Jordan and other co-conspirators.

    Mizell had recently informed Washington that the defendant would not be involved in distributing the narcotics in Maryland, which precipitated the murder conspiracy.

    The ATF New York Field Division said they never believed this case was unsolvable.

    "Working tirelessly alongside the NYPD Cold Case Squad, we were determined to bring justice for the Mizell family and see these killers held accountable," ATF Acting Special Agent-in-Charge McCormick said. "For nearly eighteen years, one of these alleged perpetrators walked freely, thinking he'd gotten away with murder. But today, thanks to the unwavering efforts of the investigators and prosecutors, two individuals will answer for their crimes."

    NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea also commented on the indictment.

    "The gunshots that rang out in a recording studio in Queens nearly 18 years ago, taking this pioneering rap artist's life, have been answered," Shea said. "Today's indictment shows that no amount of time passed can erase the commitment of our NYPD detectives, federal law enforcement partners and prosecutors in the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District, to the pursuit of justice."

    The 36-year-old Jordan was taken into custody on Sunday. Washington, 56, was already in prison on a prior robbery case.

    Jordan was arraigned Monday, pleading not guilty and was ordered held pending trial.

    In addition to the murder, Jordan is also charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and seven counts of cocaine distribution.

    Federal prosecutors said this case carries the possibility of the death penalty. The return date is September 17.
  7. I just put on this on for the first time in a while. I'm curious if there's anyone who loves this album as much as I do. To me, this 1995 release is darn near perfect.  Skee-Lo has lyrics, stories, and jokes. You could say that it generally has a west coast g-funk sound, but the sound is definitely broader than that. The title track was actually a huge smash. "Top of the Stairs" was a respectable follow-up single, which was also used on the Money Train soundtrack. "Superman" didn't generate the same attention. I know "Holdin' On" was released overseas with a more radio-ready remix, but I don't remember seeing the video in the US. 

    I've always held this album close to my heart. When I put it on, it takes me right back to the summer of 1995. Anyone love this album or any of these songs? 


  8. Let me start off by saying we don't know the full story. We don't have a place to judge. Who cares what any of us thinks on the matter?  lol

    That being said, my thoughts are totally mixed on pretty much everything. 

    If they were separated, whatever happens can happen. I've been in relationships where we take a break and one person takes advantage of that and the other does not. In the end, it never worked out. Jealousy and/or hurt exists, and eventually comes out.  Very few relationships come out of something like that are as good as they were before. If they can do it, power to them. 

    I always felt like if they broke up, Will would be the one to find someone new faster. It being Jada kind of surprised me. The whole thing about Will giving his blessing is weird to me, though. I find it hard to see him or any man doing that. Part of the male ego naturally isn't cool with that, even when separated. 

    Jada  dating younger during their separation isn't something I'm mad at. She's healthy and young in spirit. These days I tend to click with women that are much younger than I do ones that are about the same age. When they are the same age, their are either in a relationship, or often beat down from life to the point that I feel like we're on different plains. 

    Will and Jada are always kind of cryptic when they talk about their relationship. If they were just transparent, it wouldn't leave room for people to paint their own vision of their relationship. The whole "life partner" role replacing "marriage partners" is a muddy description. May that works and maybe it doesn't. 

    One thing I've noticed is that Will is kind of different when he's with Jada and family than like how he is in that video with Jeff and Charlie. I feel like I knew Will better when he was pumping out music and blockbuster films. I like what he's doing with his social media, but I feel like I don't him as well. If their relationship isn't good and they ended their partnership, I feel like we'd get more of the old Will. 

    The video is tough to watch. Part of me thinks it was totally unnecessary.  I don't know anything about August Alsina.  Just based on his content and interviews, he seems kinda corny. He's trying to stir things up.  At the same time, it's his life. He can do what he wants. Does his music and interviews require this video as a response?  Jada actually comes off unapologetic and and annoying. The video isn't polished to look a certain way, because they only seem to be on the same page at certain parts of the video. Will clearly looks unhappy talking about stuff that is old. I want them to be happy. Hopefully their marriage only gets better. Will often says his first marriage ending was his worst failure. I'm just worried he is holding on to that and using it to keep himself in a marriage that shouldn't be in any more.

    I hope everyone gets the healing and resolution they need. 


    p.s.  I typed this really fast and didn't proof read it, so forgive me if it's full of errors. lol

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