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Wednesday, 04 May 2011 19:50


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For Bryan "Birdman aka Baby" Williams, life's a beach and he's just playing in the sand. The New Orleans bred, but now Miami-loving mogul is a staple in the rap game, running sh*t with his YMCMB (Young Money Cash Money Business) label that boasts next-gen hip-hop heavyweights like Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne.
Friday, 18 February 2011 00:37

T-Pain: Jokers Wild

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It’s been a hot minute since T-Pain was on the cover of DUB , but his unique sound and mold-breaking music is still a hot commodity. In fact, a lot has changed for the R&B/hip-hop sensation in the last couple of years, including his most striking ride, the 1972 Chevy Impala ragtop, which was featured in the September 2007 issue of DUB Magazine.
Friday, 15 October 2010 20:39

Dana White: The Will to Win

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“Do you let your competitors just walk all over you and do whatever they want? Or do you wake up, get up out of bed, and try to kick their f*cking asses? When you punch in, you’re ready to go to f*cking war, and when you punch out, you hope you took another big chunk outta their f*ckin ass that day.”
Thursday, 09 September 2010 18:49

The Opposite Extremes of Ron Artest

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“Opposite extremes.” A phrase that has defined Ron Artest’s pro basketball career and, at times, also describes how he lives his life away from the court. Before the 2009-2010 NBA season started, Artest was most remembered for participating in the notorious Pacers/Pistons brawl six years ago, where NBA players and fans got into a physical altercation during the closing seconds of a hotly contested regular season game.
If you’re going to unveil anything at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, you better make the car’s design stand out from all the other debuts hitting the Cobo Hall floor to get some buzz...which is exactly what the 2011 DUB Edition Ford 5.0 Mustang GT did!
Constant evolution is a part of life. Accordingly, plenty has changed for North Philadelphia ex-con/turned fighter and entrepreneur, Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins since he graced the cover of DUB five years back. Hopkins, the first fighter to retain all four major championship belts in his former middleweight division, has surely gained exponential wealth.
Wednesday, 09 June 2010 02:13

DUB Q&A: Adam Sandler

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Adam Sandler is one of the most successful graduates from Saturday Night Live. He has a movie out every year and most of them are blockbusters. This summer, he stars in Grown-Ups, with fellow comedians Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade and Rob Schneider. They play old grade school friends who reunite at their summer cabin. We got to grill Sandler on his adult life at a press conference for the film.
Tuesday, 01 June 2010 19:35

Los Twiins Y DUB Edition Ford Fiesta

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Los Angeles…the home of many musical greats is about to get taken over by two up-and-coming producers, Los Twiins. Los hermanos Adolfo and Omar Valenzuela are big names within the Latin music genre, but they’re soon going to be huge within the general music scene after the world sees their talent en el nuevo reality TV show on Mun2.
Friday, 21 May 2010 20:52

Snoop Dogg: Malice N Wonderland

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Place both a sleek, modern new car and a custom old school in front of Snoop, and hands down, he’ll pick the old school. But you can’t be mad at the Doggfather for passing up on a new ride. “That’s my nature; that’s me,” he says about his preference. “I’m a ’70s baby, and I’m inspired by my generation ’cause when I was a kid that’s all I saw and it stayed in my mind—that’s what I get down with. These new sh*t don’t move me ’cause they ain’t gonna be here long since it changes all the time. Old…
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.