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I’ve got a few copies of Lil KeKe’s new CD to give away to the first to send me a shoutout to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Make sure you put KeKe in the subject line)
KeKe’s CD, “Loved by Few, Hated by Many” is in stores now!
Check out a preview of the track, “Money In The City” featuring Slim Thug, Paul Wall, & Trae Virdure:
Loved By Few, Hated By Many – In Stores Now!
Here’s another fraud perpetrated by the “machine” behind Beyonce to make her appear bigger than she really is (and this is not “hate” this is reality) Bey’s two videos, “If I were a Boy and Single Ladies left all of the other video performers out in the cold in 2008. How could those two videos have been so popular if they just came out toward the end of the year, you ask?
“If I Were a Boy” has been watched more than 34 million times alone while other high profile musicians have made enormous dents on YouTube: Soulja Boy, Rihanna, the Jonas Brothers and Chris Brown among them.
Here’s the lie – If you go to youtube and pull up, Rihanna or Chris Brown, you might find that fifty different people may have posted one of those singer’s song, each video getting millions of hits, but with Beyonce’, if you’ll notice, you’ll only find one, “If I were a Boy” and one, “Single Ladies”… with embedding disabled (which means that nobody can copy the video and post it anywhere else – so, if you want to see it, you’d have to go to youtube to watch that one video.
Technically, Rihanna’s “Umbrella” may have been seen more times, but because it was watched on 50 different channels… it doesn’t count!
That’s why when you see the video posted on a website other than youtube and you try to play it, it says, “content removed” – because it’s not the “official” video, so as soon as someone posts it, they have it removed so that all the hits will go to that one video making Beyonce’ look like she’s “broken” some sort of record, when the reality is that she didn’t.
RAPPER T.I. celebrated his last day of freedom before spending a year in jail on weapons charges by performing on New Year’s Eve at the Gansevoort in Miami – but it didn’t go as smoothly as he’d hoped.
Promoters sold revelers poolside tables for a whopping $10,000, but when partiers got there expecting to see the concert, they were told T.I. would be performing inside the hotel’s small ballroom instead. “The city wouldn’t allow him to perform outside,” a Gansevoort rep said. Even worse, before T.I. could take the stage, the hotel had to get DJ Cassidy off it. “Cassidy thinks he’s a celebrity now,” a insider said.
“He refused to stop playing, and then he wanted his assistant and girlfriend to stay on stage with him. It was a mess. He finally shut everything down and stormed off.” The countdown was saved by T.I. doing an a cappella version of his hit, “Live Your Life,” while DJ Jus Ske stepped in to finish the night off.
See, this is why I think people should leave Soulja Boy alone. At one point, Will Smith was considered “corny” and a “clown” and he went on to be the most respected black actor in Hollywood! Let that little boy be a little boy (after you read this story).
2008 was a good year for Will Smith. Despite a slowing economy, The Fresh Prince found a way to make cash registers ring at the box office, generating the most box office revenue with “Hancock” and “Seven Pounds.”
The report, released by Quigley polled theater owners to determine the top ten biggest stars of the year. Smith is just the second black actor to claim the top slot.
Sidney Poitier was the first, taking top honors in 1968. According to box office numbers, Smith’s summer film, “Hancock” grossed $228 million. His winter drama, “Seven Pounds” has not had the same luck, grossing $39 million to date.