What is a 'Neon Kool Nerd'???

NEON- Bright, shines, stands out! KOOL- That's just me! NERD- A person who avidly pursues intellectual activities, technical or scientific endeavors, esoteric knowledge, or other obscure interests... NEVER EVADE REACHING (your) DREAMS!!

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Movie Trailer: Avengers Assemble (Trailer #2)

iPad 3 Expected After March 7th...?

Apple has announced an event on 7 March at which the company is expected to launch its latest iPad tablet.

The new iPad 3 will sport a high definition screen, run a more powerful processor and will tap into next generation wireless networks, the latest tablet will use a quad-core chip, an enhancement that lets users jump more quickly between applications.

Invitations sent to journalists read: 'We have something you really have to see. And touch.'

While not officially confirming the product's launch, the message was accompanied by an image showing what looked to be an iPad touchscreen.

The iPad range, which first launched in 2010, has sold more than 50 million units worldwide. It is not yet known when the new device will be available for sale.

Last year, sales of the iPad 2 began in the US nine days after the launch announcement - which also took place in March.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

New Video: SWV- Co-Sign

What do you guys think???...

New Video: Rick Ross- High Definition ***BANGER***

Rozay, thank you for the Keyshia Dior and Claudia Sampedro cameos! Much appreciated.

Kanye West Spotted At London Fashion Week In Grey/Green Colourway Air Yeezy 2's...

Size 10.5 please Yeezy... I'll give you the address when you reply via the comment section... Thanks!

Fashion iLike: Adidas Originals For Chapter World x Vanquish Adi Rise

Not a massive Adidas fan, but I could work with these!

Watch The Throne Europe Tour Dates...

MAY 2012

Sunday 20 O2 Arena London
Thursday 24 Zurich Hellenstadion, Switzerland
Saturday 26 Herning Arena, Denmark
Monday 28 Oslo Telenor Arena, Norway
Tuesday 29 Stockholm The Globe, Sweden

JUNE 2012

Friday 1st – Paris Bercy, France
Saturday 2nd – Paris Bercy, France
Sunday 3rd – Antwerp Sportpaleis, Belgium
Tuesday 5th – Frankfurt Festhalle, Germany
Friday 8th – Dublin O2 Arena, Ireland
Monday 11th – Manchester, UK – MEN Arena
Wednesday 13th – Birmingham, UK – LG Arena

New Music: Chris Brown Ft. Rihanna- Turn Up The Music Remix/Rihanna Ft. Chris Brown- Birthday Cake Remix ***BANGERZ***

These two give me too much joke! DESTINED TO BE I TELL YA!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Oh, and the above pic is fake by the way...)

Chris Brown Ft. Rihanna- Turn The Music Up Remix

Rihanna Ft. Chris Brown- Birthday Cake Remix

Monday, 20 February 2012

New Video: Daley Ft. Marsha Ambrosius- Alone Together ***REAL SMOOOOOTH***

DEM Illustrations...

DEM standing for Dale Edwin Murray, is a freelance illustrator and graphic artist living and working in London.

He's pretty kool with the illustrations and graphics, head over to DEM Illustration and check out his work.

(Snoop, Jay-Z, Flavor Flav, Biggie, 'Pac, Rick Ross, Pharrell, Eminem)

Sunday, 19 February 2012

New Video: Wale Ft. Big Sean- Slight Work

Billboard Write Letters To Breezy And RiRi...

After all the recent news of Breezy and RiRi still creepin' around on the low and also appearing on Rihanna's 'Birthday Cake' remix, a couple of the writers over at Billboard decided to write both artists a letter about how their relationship and behaviour affects others and their adoring fans and public. Peep the letters below and also Breezy and Rihannna's responses.

Dearest Rih Rih:

A few months ago – before “Talk That Talk” gave you another Top 10 album on the Billboard 200, before you performed “We Found Love” and “Princess of China” at the Grammy Awards, before new rumors swirled that you were engaged in a secret romance with past flame Chris Brown, and certainly before yesterday’s reported news that Breezy was the guest star on your forthcoming “Birthday Cake” remix – you appeared on “Ellen” to discuss being named the sexiest woman alive by Esquire, among other things. During your interview, you shared your feelings on the concept of being a role model, and why, recently, you have not adhered to this expected albatross of musical stardom.

“I used to worry about it a lot. Then I realized the message I really want to send is not perfection – it’s individuality,” you said in the November 2011 sit-down. “Being who you really are, knowing who you really are and being just that. There’s only one of you, so just be that.”
Over the past few weeks, as new murmurs linking you and Chris Brown became shouts, I kept thinking about your words, kept rolling them around in my mind and trying to make sense of the key word in your declaration, “individuality.” Over the course of your career, your ability to adopt new looks and sounds without losing your indispensable sense of self has been nothing short of staggering, and has no doubt become the bedrock of your longevity. From the dancehall princess of “Pon de Replay” to the stylish hip-pop diva of “Umbrella” to the militant provocateur of “Hard” to the sex-starved rave maven of “S&M,” no one — not even Madonna! — has been able to strike so many successful poses in such a short amount of time. It’s been damn impressive to witness, and even more fun to listen to.

The unique malleability of your persona has informed your career, and you’ve continued your success recently without expressing yourself as a role model for kids. You drop immaculately produced ballads like “California King Bed” after parent’s-worst-nightmare fetish anthems like “S&M” without batting a beautiful eye. Musicians certainly shouldn’t have to be worried about who’s looking up to them when composing their art – some of the best music of all time, from the Beatles to Nirvana to Kanye West, has been morally questionable but intoxicating in its recklessness. You’re correct in underlining the importance of individuality in your music. The problem, of course, is when you try to translate that theory to the public sphere, which you have unwittingly done by associating with our good friend Mr. Brown.

No matter how many parents you tell to avoid taking their kids to your hyper-sexualized concerts, or how many times you command us to “Suck my cockiness, lick my persuasion” on your albums, you are a role model, Rihanna. Mostly because you’re cool! You’re effortlessly cool. You are Eddie Winslow, and the rest of us are Steve Urkels. When you’re shocking, it’s not off-putting. When you’re crass, it feels fresh. You’re the cool kid in school, and could top the Hot 100 by singing the phone book. And this whole Chris Brown thing could define your career, in the best and worst way possible.

I don’t care about the status of your current relationship with Breezy, or the reports about his attendance at your birthday party (happy 24th, by the way!), or how many seconds his voice will appear on the “Birthday Cake” remix. Those could be facts, or fabrications. What I do know, however, is that, in the three years and nine days since that infamous, brutal, incredibly disturbing Grammy night attack in 2009, there has never been a point where you’ve publicly proclaimed, “Go fuck yourself, Chris Brown; you will never speak to me again.” Not in the months after the attack occurred, when everything felt raw to everyone. Not when your fans freaked out when you two following each other on Twitter again last year. And not when Us Weekly ran a report that you were still harboring a romantic relationship with him – Brown’s camp denied the report, but you and your camp did not. Because that “fuck yourself” moment has never occurred, we can only deduce that, whether or not your current relationship with Brown is even slightly romantic, there is something holding you back from cursing this dude out of your life forever.
And to me, that’s… not the most PC stance to take, especially when millions of impressionable people are watching your every move, but it’s obviously an extremely personal decision to publicly deal with a situation not many people can understand (although far too many can). If you don’t want to call out Brown in the press or waste your breath on any of the rumors floating around, who is to say that’s the wrong way to handle things?

But the news about CB dropping by your “Birthday Cake” remix… damn. Three years and nine days later, it is officially implied that, no matter if you two are “single” or “in a relationship” or “it’s complicated,” a token of forgiveness has been earned by Brown. And that’s not cool, to a whole lot of people.

Look, you could do this one song with Brown and never work with him again, or go record “Watch The Pop Throne” with him. You two could become a couple again and get married in Vegas next week. Maybe you want none of those things, or all of those things; you certainly have the right to do any of those things. In your words, “there’s only one you, so just be that.” Do you, Rihanna!

But, in all honesty… you can’t do you, Rihanna. Not here. Not with Chris Brown. Because like it or not, millions of people are paying attention to you, trying to be as cool as you, attempting to find love in a hopeless place and wondering if it’s okay to walk down the same dark alleyway twice. Young girls look up to people like you to guide them through circumstances too complex for them to tackle on their own, and by granting Chris Brown an iota of tolerance, you implicitly encourage others to consider doing the same. “With great power comes great responsibility” is a schmaltzy sentiment, but it’s fitting here — like it or not, you have a different level of power than most of us schmoes because of your pop superstardom, and a different level of responsibility in your personal life than in your music because of the tabloid-infected culture we live in. It’s a burden that is not fair to you, or anyone in pop culture, but it’s one you have to accept.

If you continue letting Chris Brown slither into your work or personal life, nothing tremendous will happen – bloggers will blog and a backlash will form, but you’ll no doubt continue ruling the Hot 100 and the world will keep spinning. Yet if you grit your teeth, sacrifice instinct and decide to inspire… even three years removed from that horrific incident, that “fuck yourself” moment, that public banishment of the man who physically attacked you, will still resonate with so many people looking for their own morsel of strength. As essential as your voice has become in the pop landscape, you have the opportunity to deliver a message that transcends any lyric you could ever sing, to stand for something that lasts much longer than any three-minute piece of radio fodder. We, like you, all want to let our individuality shine – to know who we are, and just be ourselves – but in this one instance, we need your message to be perfect.

A concerned member of the Navy,

Jason Lipshutz, Billboard.com Staff

Dear Chris Brown,

Sweet baby Jesus.

Faint whispers laced with your name emerged when people realized you would be attending — and performing — at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards along with your ex-girlfriend, pop singer, Rihanna. The same award’s show which three years ago you were scheduled to perform, but didn’t, because of a violent assault that changed both of your lives. And unfortunately, brought us to this place, this letter.

Grammy night arrived on Sunday, Feb. 12. Whispers were no longer whispers. Full-formed doubts and questions resonated loud through people’s timelines and favorite blogs after you won for Best R&B Album. “Did he deserve the win?” “Have we forgiven him?” “Have we forgot?”

Did you deserve to win? Yes. It’s undeniable that you’ve polished your artistry with every project, despite your indiscretions. You’re a talented singer, songwriter, dancer and to be honest you can rap better than some well-known rappers. You triumphantly returned with revealing synth-heavy album “F.A.M.E.” which marked your first Billboard 200 No. 1 album. Your name resonated louder than the other nominees.

Rihanna herself said she was glad to see you “succeed again.” But as you know, in this universe we call the music industry, hate rings louder in people’s ears than love.

Have we forgiven you? Some have, some haven’t. Have we forgotten? No. Never will, sadly. Which is why you’ll be an artist oft-maligned, specifically pertaining to those two questions.

But my concerns are your habitual stunts of anger. You don’t let us forgive and not turn back.

One minute you’re crying at the closing of a Michael Jackson tribute at the 2010 BET Music Awards and the next you’re throwing chairs out the “Good Morning America” window. One minute you’re grabbing your first Grammy for your first No. 1 album. The next you’re cursing everybody and their mothers on Twitter AND reportedly saying it was someone who controls your tweets. Really?

You can’t get mad at us for not forgetting. It happened, it’s written. But when you get aggressive and act out, what do you think people are going to reference? For every person that is waiting for your fall, there are those cheering for you to win, but it’s hard for those who want you to thrive because when you take one step forward, you inevitably take two steps back.

Take a note from Jay-Z’s words to Kanye West, in your own song coincidentally, “Deuces,” “But I won’t get my drama on/ What I’m dealing with is too real for me to comment on/ Jay finally got it through my head not to run my mouth/ So when y’all talking about you know who/ I don’t know who you talking ’bout,” ‘Ye rhymed.

Write it down on iNotes, Evernote… wherever but not Twitter.

As much as we like to quote 2pac, people judge. We’re imperfect and carry insecurities of our own. Which is why many believe you deserve a second chance. We know, as you have also admitted, what happened three years ago was disturbing, heartbreaking and simply unjustifiable. Yet, you’re growing, learning and bettering as an artist. Personally? That’s for you to show us. And recently it’s as if you don’t care to.

As for your rumored reunion with Rihanna, personally and professionally? Why don’t you stroll through Billboard Editor, Jason Lipshutz’s open letter to her right here.

All the best,

The Juice’s Erika Ramirez.

Well well well... Here is what the pair had to say...

David Haye Vs Derrick Chisora Post Fight Showdown ***THIS SHIT KRAY!!***

This issh is kray!!! I hope this fight happens, I will actually pay money to see it! I might even go to the actual fight!

Friday, 17 February 2012

New Music: Busta Rhymes Ft. Chris Breezy, Missy Elliot And Lil Wayne- Why Stop Now Remix ***KRAZY!!!***

 Busta Rhymes Ft. Chris Breezy, Missy Elliot and Lil Wayne- Why Stop Now Remix

New Video: Chris Breezy- Turn Up The Music

New Video: FENG SHUi- Call Me

What you're about to witness is sponsored by the Heart & Soul of the 90's and Filmed on VHS and viewed through the eyes of a Woman!

Its a seductive slice of 90's RnB laid on a bed of HIP-HOP brought to you by FENG SHUi...In Full!

Solange For Rolla coaster Magazine...

With such a famous sister, I think Solange is slept on at times, but she is a beautiful woman with a lot of schwagg'


Rihanna 'Taps' Breezy for 'Birthday Cake' Remix...

That's right, you read it correctly, Rihanna and Chris Breezy are making sweet... music together for teh remix of RiRi's 'Birthday Cake' joint, which she will be releasing next week on (or around) her own birthday!

The Bajan beauty tweeted a few eeks ago that she would feature a 'hot... Dirty (in a good way)... and male' co-star on the track, and it's now been revealed it's Chris. He has apparently recorded a singing and a rap version and they're not sure which will officially be released.

The singer will actually be in London on her actual birthday (20th Feb). Peep the pic of her cake she had at her party the other night, of which Chris was a guest (he tried to get the attendees to sign confidentiality statements to say he wasn't there also), the cake depicts Rihanna straddling/riding/grinding on a giant spliff!!

Nice idea RiRi...

I personally think these two are destined to be together, lessons have been learnt and other avenues tried! Can't hate on their lurrrrrve...

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

New Video: Rick Ross- MMG Unstoppable

New Music: Dawn Richards- Change

Dawn Richards- Change

Will And Jada 'Burn'...

On Valentines day Jada Pinkett-Smith posted a note on her official Facebook page, which included a new song she wrote and dedicated to her husband Will.

The note accompanying the song read-

"With the major losses we have experienced in the last few weeks…

We should remember…

Our lives are worth living fully.


Our risks are worthy.
Our mistakes are worthy.
Our traumas are worthy as well.
The very paths we are told not to
tread are the paths that hold the
keys to our deepest understanding of
love for our lives and ourselves.

Self love is the gateway to truly loving

We were born to be loved and to love…

I love you.

Happy Valentine’s Day.
This is for you.


Jada Pinkett-Smith- Burn

Still think they're having problems???

Dawn Richards OFFICIALLY Released From Bad Boy Records...

Former Danity Kane and Diddy-Dirty Money member, Dawn Richards have officially been released from her contract on Bad Boy Records.

In a recent interview she said-

"Puff has been really great with being supportive of me starting a solo career, and he’s agreed to let me go from Bad Boy. I’m really grateful to him. He didn’t have to do that. He could have been what they say that he would be, and he wasn’t at all. He gave me a business decision. It was a very amicable decision. Now, it’s just about the music, and I want to make him and them proud of believing in me enough to let me go try it."

The singer will continue to work with Diddy-Dirty Money, but is now free to explore her own solo ventures.