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Roc Nation’s J. Cole Secures Grammy Nod

Posted on December 21, 2011 | No Comments

2011 was a break out year for Roc Nation signee J. Cole. Releasing his debut album “Cole World: The Sideline Story” to favorable reviews and over 200,000 first week sales, life couldn’t get any better for the North Carolina native.

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Nicki Minaj Disses Lil Kim… Again

Posted on December 20, 2011 | No Comments

In new track “Stupid H*e,” reigning queen of Hip Hop Nicki Minaj shows no mercy to the Queen Bee. Referring to the former Notorious B.I.G. protégé several times in the song as the track title, there’s doesn’t seem to be any inclination that these two will kiss and make up anytime soon.

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SOS: Did R&B Sell its Soul?

Posted on December 19, 2011 | 3 Comments

Soul music is a sound that allows the souls of mankind to connect harmoniously. It is communication though melodic sounds and soulful cries that cause the listener to respond with goose bumps. It was this Godly sound that carried a generation through a tumultuous period in American history and uplifted a people who had little to nothing to grasp hold onto.

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Vybz Kartel Prison Break Rumors False

Posted on November 30, 2011 | 1 Comment

Rumors surrounding a well-orchestrated prison break by a popular Jamaican dancehall artist are false, sources say. Rumors spread through the Internet that Vybz Kartel, legal name Adidja Palmer, held New Horizon Remand Centre prison guards at gun point and broke free.

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Future “Tony Montana” for Children?

Posted on November 28, 2011 | 17 Comments

Rapper Future’s “Tony Montana” has received heavy radio rotation in recent weeks. The song praises “Tony Montana,” a fictional drug kingpin in the film “Scarface.” In the music video, Future takes on the moniker of Mr. Montana as he raps the song as dozens of children dance around him. What is the urban community’s fascination with “Tony Montana” and the film “Scarface.” Why does this music video feature young children when the content obviously isn’t appropriate . Does this music video influence a young generation to become a “Tony Montana.
Will the urban community ever come together to discuss images that is marketed to their community by the media? Kollege Kidds sound off on this very serious topic.

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