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Friday, 14 May 2010 22:53

Rick Ross: Taking Charge

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Miami’s big boss is more than living up to his title. With a larger than life attitude, Rick Ross has taken the music industry by storm in 2009 by dropping two highly successful albums, as well as starting his own record label, Maybach Music, which he hopes to grow into one of rap’s most prolific labels.
Thursday, 08 October 2009 19:43

Tommy Lee

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At 46, Tommy Lee isn’t showing signs of slowing down. The legendary drummer is ravishing in his midlife success as much as he enjoyed the early years of his career when Mötley Crüe first started. “I pinch myself almost daily. All this sh*t started happening when I was 17 and to sit here at 46 and still be rocking the sh*t out is, like, Wow! It’s amazing and I can’t believe it’s still happening!”
Monday, 31 August 2009 20:33

Sleepy Brown

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Sitting at a keyboard in a dimly lit recording studio in Garden Grove, CA, Sleepy Brown (Patrick Brown) tries to finish laying down a track before getting into his interview. As a producer, first and foremost, he wants to let his creative juices flow before he forgets what musical sound he’s aiming for, as he works on tracks for his upcoming compilation album. When he’s finally happy with what he’s recorded, his attention turns to the interview, but you can tell his thoughts are back on his music.
Wednesday, 12 August 2009 21:32

Pioneer Pro DJs

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Dance music is making a come back. Artists, DJs and producers are upping the BPMs (beats per minute) to their tracks, creating a global dance phenomenon geared toward packing dance floors. “If you had to pick one genre that’s migrating at the highest frequency, it would be the dance world,” Black Eyed Peas’ said in a recent Billboard interview.” That’s where music as a culture really lives.” Check out some of dance music’s biggest movers and shakers, and why they think dance-oriented tracks are the future of the industry. DJ Arsenal: Pioneer DVJ-1000 DVD Turntable, Pioneer DJM-800 Mixer
Monday, 13 July 2009 23:28

Soulja Boy Tell 'Em

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Soulja Boy Tellem isn’t sweating the critics anymore. He’s confidant with the music he creates and knows that despite being called a “one-hit-wonder” by many, his sophomore album, iSouljaBoyTellem, depicts otherwise. It’s evening and he’s chillin’ on a couch on the recreational floor of his luxury Downtown L.A. condo, sporting designer shades despite being indoors. He just finished shooting with his prized Lamborghini Gallardo (one of two), and he’s now relaxed and comfortable—he’s slumped on the couch, arms spread wide across the top— ready to talk about his musical defiance, and how’s he’s silenced all his haters.
Friday, 10 July 2009 22:38

Ice Cube

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The L.A. kickoff for the Monster Energy 2009 DUB Show Tour was an automotive enthusiasts’ dream: the tribute to lowriding provided the perfect trip down memory lane and was a wonderful display of automotive history strategically placed among many of today’s most popular rides in top-notch, customization form—the future of car culture. The various booths that housed luxury and exotics provided eye candy and dreams of one day having such a vehicle sitting in the driveway.
Wednesday, 22 April 2009 17:58


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Despite having a fleet of precious metals in a wide variety of flavors, rapper Plies (born Algernod Lanier Washington) opts for rental cars when driving around his hometown of Ft. Meyers, Florida. “I don’t know why I do it,” he explains. “I like the feeling of being low key I guess…but, when I go to the club, I definitely take one of the vehicles in my fleet. Which one just depends on my mood.” And, boy, does he have options. Plies’ arsenal of rides includes a ’74 Chevy Impala, ’68 Grand Prix (his favorite at the moment), 2007 Bentley Flying…
Friday, 27 March 2009 18:51

Aubrey O'Day

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Ever since making the cut of Diddy’s “Making the Band” back in 2004 and becoming a member of the sensational girl group, Danity Kane, Aubrey O’Day’s life has unfolded in the public eye. A lot has changed since she’s been on the cover of DUB with Danity Kane back in Issue 43. As the most outspoken and controversial member of the group, Aubrey has often been depicted as the group’s “bad girl,” and recently got kicked out of the band, along with fellow member D. Woods.
Wednesday, 11 February 2009 22:22

Keri Hilson

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Keri Hilson is stepping out from behind the scenes as a successful music writer for some of the industry’s biggest names and leaping into the limelight with the debut of her album In A Perfect World…(Interscope Records 2009). Although the R&B songstress is barely releasing her debut album, the Atlanta native is actually a veteran in the music industry, having more than 10 years of songwriting under her belt as a member of the song-writing crew “The Clutch.”
Thursday, 13 November 2008 23:57

Ludacris and Willy Northpole

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LUDACRIS It’s been about two years since you’ve heard anything from the lyrical genius and Southern hospitality specialist Ludacris, but expect to have your airwaves bumping his musical prowess in heavy rotation in the coming months, with the release of his sixth studio album, Theater of the Mind (Disturbing Tha Peace, 2008), later this year.