October 2008 Archives
It's like shooting fish in a barrel.
I got some Young Jeezy album information for you guys. But I can't decide if it's good or bad news.
Well look who's finally letting their guard down and cracking smiles.
Yesterday I got an email from Chaka Zulu's assistant granting my request to listen to Luda's new album, Theater Of The Mind. Anyone who checks in to SOHH Atlanta from time to time knows that I've been very expressive in my requests to listen to it. Check out my review on Chris' album below.
Am I spotting a trend? Yesterday I was taking my usual stroll around the internet, when I spotted a story about Nelly, and how he is about to form a super group. The group would consist of Nelly, Akon, Pharell, and T-Pain.
Immediately it dawned on me that we are in the midst of a new trend in this wretched industry we all call the "music business".
The self-proclaimed "King of The South" continues to infiltrate everything as far as his music is concerned. Check out the creative way a sixth & seventh grade debate team used T.I.'s current smash "Whatever You Like" to give our current political scene a little bit of swagger.
It looks like Ludacris pulled a fast one on us. Or should I say Rap-up.com.
The giveaways keep coming on SOHH Atlanta. Check out what's being given away now.
Shouts out to Ne-Yo for holding down the illest party over the weekend. You know I got pictures below. Check them out.
My dude Asher Roth hasn't even put out an album yet and already people are whispering about what he's going to do now that there's talk of an unexpected Eminem return. Is there about to be a battle brewing?
Are we over the BET Hip-Hop Awards yet? I got some more video from the red carpet.
Are Melyssa Ford and Devyne Stephens shackin' up? Is Lola Luv working on a new mixtape? I got Young Dro talking about his new album, and his confirmation that he and Fantasia are over. Lola Luv opened up about her aspirations to rap. And 50 Cent totally disses SOHH.com on the red carpet.
I've been meaning to talk about this video for a over a week. I swear I have SOHH many blogs already written out in my head, but there's always SOHH much to do that I forget. But I just heard the song on the radio and I knew I'd have to show luv.
Happy Sunday folks! I thought that I'd give you all a lil' tidbit of video from this years 2008 BET Hip-Hop Awards red carpet. I have SOHH much footage from the entire weekend that I am going to be sprinkling it throughout SOHH Atlanta over the course of next week. Of course I'll get you all the most important stuff first thing Monday morning. But for now enjoy the footage.
While I'm still collecting various BET Hip-Hop Award weekend footage, I was checking the SOHH News department. And a new report on Dallas "Damn" Austin had me slamming on my breaks while I was driving....and I'm not kidding.
Ludacris gave the city of Atlanta a first look at his new movie - which hit's movie theaters today - with a big red carpet premiere at the Rialto Theater last night. You know I was in the building. Check out the pics and video below.
The Atlanta premiere for Ludacris' new action flick Max Payne is tonight. But there are still a few free tickets left for you to come and be apart of the red carpet event.
If you didn't know tomorrow kicks off the third annual BET Awards and anyone who lives here already knows that the parties and events are going yo be going to be pretty crazy. But if I were you I wouldn't throw my money away on just anybody's party. Check out some places that I can guarantee will ensure that you have a good time.
Y'all better recognize my skills. Did the inspiration from Beyonce's new song come from a SOHH Atlanta post I did years ago?
A lot of you may not be aware, but So So Def's, Kadife Sylvester is the main man behind the Lil' Wayne/Static Major "Lollipop" song. But did you all know that it wasn't even meant for Wayne? The song was originally recorded for Dem Franchize Boyz..
Y'all already know that I'm apart of the Rock City movement. With so much bullsh*t out there, when I find good music I strive to support it. I was surfing YouTube over the weekend and came across an old video/song of the fellas from earlier this year. And though you can tell that the video was made with a very meager budget, the song is tight and has a dope message that you all need to absorb.
It warms my heart to know that someone else is stepping up and calling out hip-hop for all the f*ckery.
Ludacris fans listen up! The rapper turned actor has linked up with SOHH Atlanta for an exclusive give away. Who's interested in attending the star-studded Atlanta premiere for Max Payne?
There aren't many people who excite me in hip-hop these days SOHH when a rapper catches my attention, I usually go above and beyond to embrace them and show luv. Last month I put you all on to I-20's track "I Like Her" feat Ludacris and Rocko. And now that the video's out, you know I got it for today's Poppin' or Floppin' video of the week. Check it out.
No disrespect to Tip, but if I can get movies, a number one album, a new clothing line and all the luv in the world from my fans then I think I'd have no problem doing a bid.
Bow Wow and The Game have some serious explaining to do.
Yo, I don't know about you, but I've been laying low since these high ass gas prices and shortages have gotten out of control. However, thankfully for us Exclusiveaccess.net and Julia Beverly were out and about in the ATL.
Check below for some pictures on this past weekends homecoming.
Akon is making waves with a new track off his upcoming album, Freedom. But the minute I saw the title of the song, I knew I wouldn't like it. And this time I got some peeps who are agreeing with me.
Shout out to Lil' John on the new deal.
I've got to take this opportunity to say that I take back everything I've said about the true King of the south, Clifford Harris, Jr AKA T.I.
It's no mystery that the music industry is struggling, but can Beyonce, 50 Cent, Kanye West, Ludacris, Ciara, Andre 3000 and Jay-Z save it this fourth quarter? And why in the hell are people sleeping on Big Boi??
It's being reported that Ludacris has pushed back his album, Theater Of The Mind eliminating his hopes of becoming "Mr. October". But why does it seem like nobody cares?
Written By SOHH Gyant
T.I., Alphamega, DJ Drama and Kuntry King all stopped through Erik Parker's popular "Parker Report". And the subject of the day was T-Pain and that damn Vocoder. Check out what they had to say below.
Today I got something that I know a lot of you guys have been waiting for. Rock City's "Put The F*ckin' Album Out" Mixtape is finally available! And you already know I got it for you below.
Ludacris made a questionable apperance on Marta Stewarts day time talk show. Check it out below.
While there's clearly some problems going on with Big Boi's new album Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty because the release date is still up in the air. However, that's not preventing the southern MC from getting some luv from GQ magazine. Check out some pictures from magazine spread below.