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Thursday, 13 December 2007 22:22

Will.i.am

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Straight out of a comic book, vintage sci-fi flick and an idealistic imagination, the electric car has long been anticipated as the next step in the evolution of the automobile. However, attempts to do so have yielded unconvincing results.
Wednesday, 28 November 2007 21:53

Omarion

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“At 4 o’clock I’m driving home,” Omarion sings into the phone, easily switching into performance mode as he hums notes and vibrato tones in his song voice. “Midnight,” a song from his second album, 21 (Sony, 2006), contains a verse about driving that pops into his head “It’s pretty bad; I’m at this woman’s house and I should have been home at 4 o’clock,” Omarion explains sheepishly. “It’s about a man doing wrong.”
Tuesday, 27 November 2007 19:06

Lloyd

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While most young, up-and-coming artists go out and buy a house, buy their dream car or go on a shopping spree once they get their first big pay check, R&B sensation Lloyd bought a drum machine. “I wanted to invest in my craft,” the 21-year-old says. “I’m really excited about the idea of becoming better and more developed as the years progress. The cool thing about being young is I can improve my abilities.”
Monday, 26 November 2007 01:06

Beenie Man

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Indeed, many seek the prestige that accompanies unprecedented royalty. However, 34-year-old Beenie Man, who’s been lighting up stages for 28 consecutive years, has rightfully earned the title of “undisputed king of dance hall music.” Beenie (born Anthony Moses Davis) proudly interprets the genre as music that represents the authenticity and militancy of Jamaicans–beats, rhythms and lyrics that represent the culture of his people, and nothing else.
Saturday, 17 November 2007 23:12

Ne-Yo

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Similar to his Matrix counterpart, Ne-Yo believed all would happen in due time, and that he wouldn’t become “the chosen one” overnight. “I let everything happen when it was supposed to happen,” said the talented singer and songwriter.
Monday, 12 November 2007 21:12

Mýa

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On the set of her new music video “Ridin’” from her upcoming fourth album Liberation, Mýa gracefully sits in a salon-like chair while people continuously work on her hair and makeup. Instead of wanting the peace and quiet a woman usually wants when getting pampered and primped by others, she kindly accepts to be interrupted.
Saturday, 27 October 2007 23:04

Young Buck

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In the English language “Buck” means quite a few things. It refers to males of some animals (such as deer, rabbits and squirrel) or it’s used as a slang word for a human male or a sexually adventurous boy. But in the hip-hop world, Buck refers to only one thing: the Nashville, Tennessee hustler turned rapper Young Buck, who made it big after meeting 50 Cent and joining G-Unit. “I got the biggest break in my career meeting 50,” he recalls.
Friday, 26 October 2007 18:31

Cool & Dre: The Producers

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The sounds blare from the set in Miami, Florida. It’s the video shoot for “My Chopper,” Joe Hound’s song produced by Cool & Dre on their Epidemic imprint, featuring Dre.
Monday, 15 October 2007 00:21

Daddy Yankee

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Surrounded by an entourage consisting of his publicist, manager, “hype” man, - video man, stylist and personal trainer, Daddy Yankee converses with his troops in a fast-talking Spanish that would make fluent speakers second guess their linguistic abilities...
Monday, 24 September 2007 19:44

Lyfe Jennings

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It’s extremely easy for a person to become a victim of circumstance. Case in point: confinement to a prison cell for slightly over a decade can create an institutionalized mind, far beyond rehabilitation. On the flipside, achieving platinum status in the music industry can certainly blow up an artist’s head to the point of no return to normalcy. However, neither circumstance has been able to overpower the individualistic mindset of R&B’s rare genius, Lyfe Jennings, formerly known as inmate 268-192. His soulfulness has many listeners assimilating his artistic attributes to that of soulful legends such as Al Green, Marvin Gaye…

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