Tyrese performed here in New York City on Monday (Oct. 16) not only as Tyrese, but as Black Ty, his rapping alter ego. Yes, homeboy is serious about being a triple threat: singer, rapper and actor.
Of the well wishers in the crowd the night Ty Ty performed was rapper Fabolous.
MTV News interviewed Tyrese on his thoughts about Fabolous taking one for the team. Tyrese recalls:
"I was just with him. He was in my dressing room last night hanging out. He leaves my concert, goes to a restaurant, gets shot. Crazy. But that's what hip-hop is. Is it threatening, intimidating? Yeah. At times."
I don't know, but that might make me not want to be a rapper if peeps in your own circle are taking bullets at random. But fools rush in, SOHH we'll reconvene once Ty Ty himself goes through said rite of passage. Dumb ass. Read full article here.
LaTavia, formerly of Destiny's Child, is officially on MySpace.com and has left a message for her fans.
I am in the process of completing my book, which will be out soon, and also working on my documentary/reality show. Because reading is so important to me, I would like for all of my fans and friend to support The Book Bank Foundation, which is in my #1 spot. Once again, thanks for the love and support.
But get in to the video message. It's so easy to dismiss her but we're gonna give her a hall pass. She too has a Grammy for "Say My Name" and is from the exact same boot camp as Bey and Kells. LeToya proved the underdog should not be counted out.
But while you were wondering why terror threats only appear at election time, we are counting the number of CDs Kelis sold on just one hand and compiling our...
5. Sterling featuring Paul Wall - "Juice In My Cup"
4. Usher - "Rumors"br
Sorry guys... no 'flashing lights' over here. But I am sure it's just leftovers.
3. Beyonce - "Greenlight"
Watch Beyonce eat it up from the fan's perspective.
2. Tyrese - "Turn You Out" produced by Lil Jon
1. Brandy - "Follow Me"
(get ready I plan to run this shit into the ground)
Lastly, check out my interview with Mathew Knowles on being a father, manager and h.n.i.c of Music World.