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  1. must say i cant w8 till estele comes to roadblock(thats a party help in hull every so often), ja rule was there the other day, i locked my doors and windows. But realy lookin forward to estele, she looks like a upcoming star in the english rap game. Any1 herd her?

  2. dammit that songs gonna be in my head for hours now lol

    good thing I've never heard it then!, I hate it when a song gets stuck in my head, unless it's something I like of course!

    you must have!!! cama cama cama cama camelian!!!

    aint it out in american

  3. I've come to the point, where I don't think Detox will EVER Be released >_>

    Been hearin about it for a minute now, and not even any clips of it...He did say theier was a 2006 release, though, so lets hope it don't get pushed back...

    well he did say he had given up on it. then eminem said "dont woirry about that detox album, we'll make dre do it"...and on games album "dre got sumthing to say be quite...(LOOK OUT FOR DETOX)". So looks like plans back on for the album so dont worry.

  4. Wow, some people take hate for an artist pretty far...Did you even stop and listen to Games CD< or base that opinion on "How We DO"(Which fr the record, 90% was written by 50 cent, and I think we can all agree he's dumbed down his style 100%)...

    As for the video..its cool, I like that idea of it. A day in th Life sort of thing...

    :werd: The documentry is one of my favourite albums. its great

  5. Multi-talented actor, composer, producer and performer, Will Smith, and Grammy Award-winning rap star Ludacris are to headline at MTV base 100th LIVE!, an exclusive concert to celebrate the launch of MTV base, MTV's first pan-African music channel and MTV Networks' 100th channel worldwide.

    Talented African artists, Lebo Mathosa, Mandoza and Seun Kuti will also perform at the open-air concert on 20 April 2005 in Johannesburg, South Africa, playing to an audience of up to 10,000 fans.

    "It's such a thrill to hit the 100th channel milestone, especially with a launch in Africa," said Tom Freston, Co-President and Co-COO of Viacom Inc. "With the launch of MTV base, the MTV Networks flag has been planted in every region of the world, and positions us to continue aggressive expansion of MTVN brands internationally, an important part of Viacom's long-term growth."

    "Combining the celebration of MTV Networks' 1st local African channel with our 100th channel worldwide says everything about the importance of Africa to our global portfolio," said Judy McGrath, Chairman and CEO, MTV Networks. "And, with Will Smith, Ludacris and such incredible talent from all across Africa, this event will be the ultimate celebration of Africa's rich mix of music and culture which you will see on MTV base all the time."

    Fresh from box office success in rom-com "Hitch", CGI family blockbuster, "Shark's tale" and futuristic sci-fi thriller, "'I, Robot", Will Smith makes a welcome return to his music roots, performing hits from throughout his long career, including tracks from his Greatest Hits album, and his eagerly awaited new fourth album "Lost and Found."

    Described by Smith as a departure from his previous work, "Lost and Found" is an intensely personal work which shows a more complex, tougher side to the former "Fresh Prince", characterized by red-hot single "Switch" and collaborations with longtime partner Jazzy Jeff, Mary J. Blige, Robin Thicke, Timbaland and Snoop Dogg.

    Atlanta-based Ludacris, otherwise known as Chris Bridges is a 16-year veteran of the U.S. hip hop scene, joining his first hip hop outfit at just 12 years old. A lifelong love of music took Ludacris from his early days as an Atlanta radio DJ to signing by influential Def Jam records.

    Following his initial breakthrough track "What's Your Fantasy", Ludacris went on to achieve multi-platinum sales success, with more than 10 million albums sold to date and working along the way with Missy Elliott, Usher, Snoop, 50 Cent, Outkast and Jermaine Dupri.

    Courting controversy along the way for his raw lyrics and explosive stage performance, Ludacris' platinum-selling album, "Red Light District" is still riding high in the Billboard charts after 14 weeks. Ludacris is also hitting the big screen and will be starring and releasing two major films this year "Crash" in May and "Hustle and Flow" in July. He is also the Co-CEO of the Disturbing the Peace label that has a joint venture deal with Def Jam.

  6. I rest my case.

    wtf, FP sold more then Eminem? Marshall Mathers LP is the 11th most sold album ever... he sold like 15 million in the US alone of Marshall Mathers LP, Biggy Willy Style sold 12 million worldwide... , look I'm fan of both but Will Smith is one of the most talented actors in the business, but Eminem is the most talented rapper in the game period. You know they used to be friends, it all began when Will Smith said at the MTV awards that he's still here without cursing, and Em took it like a diss towards him...

    But com'on Eminem is an genius, 50 Cent sucks... and Dr.Dre & Eminem succeed to let him sell 3 million in 3 weeks... enough said...

    :ditto: :werd:

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