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Sunday, 16 September 2007 21:20

Twista '07

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Known for his rapid delivery of lyrics, Twista once held the Guinness World Records’ title of World’s Fasted Rapper, but there was a time when the Chicago native frowned upon such notoriety. “Although rapping fast has always been my style, I didn’t like when people used to call me that,” he explains. “I didn’t understand it back then, but as I grew, I embraced it and feel blessed to have that type of style.” The Chicago native didn’t understand his gift until he realized how it actually set him apart in the hip-hop world. “I know now that I’ll always…
Sunday, 16 September 2007 20:50

Rich Boy

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Despite what many think, Rich Boy’s hit single “Throw Some D’s” is not just about adding some fresh wheels to a Cadillac, but an anthem for accomplishing something in life. “When you buy a Cadillac in the ghetto, it’s a symbol of making it,” Rich Boy said in a heavy Southern accent. “When you move out of the ghetto and finally start making money, your first goal is to buy a new car and fix it up.
Sunday, 16 September 2007 01:11

Paul Wall '07

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Paul Wall is on his way to be hip-hop’s Heavyweight Champion of the World–no, not in the boxing ring, but in the hearts of his fans. Dubbed as the “People’s Champ” for his down-to-earth attitude, Paul Wall is putting Texas on the hip-hop map as he takes the music industry (and the world) by storm.
Thursday, 13 September 2007 23:36


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T-Pain is unconventional, with a sound that can’t be classified and a list of collaborators, including Cee-Lo, R. Kelly, Usher, Charlie Wilson, Britney Spears and, of course, Yung Joc, who add some grit to T-Pain’s polished production. This rapper-turned-singer has an equally eclectic collection of luxury cruisers–equipped with train horns (except his new Mini).
Wednesday, 12 September 2007 23:34

Miss Issa

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“I’m a good girl with a bad attitude,” says R&B artist Miss Issa when asked to describe herself in a nutshell. Issa Bayaua’s personality embodies this obvious contradiction in a myriad of ways. Once a shy teenager who lived in the shadow of her older brother, Issa is now a singer who is known for her sultry, sensual voice as well as her exotic beauty.
Thursday, 30 August 2007 20:31

T.I. '07

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One thing the self-proclaimed “King of the South” has learned throughout his years in the entertainment business is that “A lot of times people don’t think before they speak. They say whatever comes to their mind,” says 26-year-old, Grammy Award-winning rapper born Clifford Tip Harris.
Tuesday, 28 August 2007 20:42

Brian McKnight

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It’s all about multi-tasking for Brian McKnight. The Grammy-nominated songwriter, singer and producer prides himself on juggling five different things at once, especially when he’s driving. A typical afternoon for McKnight consists of speeding down Los Angeles roadways after his 6-9 a.m. morning radio show on Smooth Jazz, 94.7 FM the Wave, to his newly acquired favorite spot–the golf course. It’s been this way for the past few months, since his latest release Ten, his first on Warner Bros. and his tenth album overall. “I’m the king of the multi-task. I can talk on the phone, text on my sidekick,…
Monday, 16 July 2007 00:03

Big Boi

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The most eye-catching modification on Antwan “Big Boi” Patton’s sleek 2007 Buick Lucerne is the luxurious suede interior, all juiced up with purple suede inserts and headliner, setting off custom headrests emblazoned with the skull-and-crossbones logo of Purple Ribbon Records.
Thursday, 28 June 2007 22:43

DJ Clue

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Occasionally, things slow down in moneymaking Manhattan, New York. Off the beaten path, a mouthwatering six-figure whip is conspicuously parked on Harlem’s west side, where the traffic is clear and life slows down…for a minute.
Tuesday, 26 June 2007 00:00

Fallout Boy

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It’s another sunny, 74-degree afternoon in Los Angeles and casa Wentz is abuzz with activity. “I woke up to cameras,” Fall Out Boy’s bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz says, referring to the MTV crew encamped at his Hollywood Hills home, shooting an episode of “MTV Cribs.”