Throwback Thursdays…Jook Gal: Elephant Man: (feat. Bone Crusher, Lil’ John & Kiprich)

Rewind back to 2003, when Jamaican dancehall rapper Elephant Man linked up with Lil Jon, Bine Crusher and Kiprich for a summer hit jam. Continue Reading →

Way Back Wednesdays…Field Mob: Sick Of Being Lonely

Jumping back to 2002, and Albany, Georgia rappers Shawn Jay and Smoke, best known together as Field Mob, were riding the charts on the strength of their hit sophomore album, ... Continue Reading →

Way Back Wednesdays…A Town Players: Wassup, Wassup (AKA The Bankhead Bounce)

Jumping back to 1995, and a new dance out of the ATL was quickly becoming the predominant dance move, boosted in part by the success of a hit song called “Wassup, Wassup” ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Khia: My Neck, My Back (Lick It) *Uncensored*

Philly-born, Tampa-bred singer/rapper Khia dropped this gem almost 20 years ago, taking female sexual empowerment to a new level when it hit the radio airwaves. The track put ... Continue Reading →

New Video…Nicki Minaj feat. Lil Wayne: Good Form

Nicki Minaj dropped new visuals for “Good Form”; the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced track is the latest single off Nicki’s album, Queen, which dropped in August. Minaj ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays… Changing Faces: G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T.

Here’s a flash back to 1997, when NYC duo Changing Faces dropped their sophomore album, All Day, All Night, which included the breakup anthem “G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T.”. The ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…The Fugees: Ready Or Not

Here’s a flashback to 1996 and the chart-topping group The Fugees, whose sophomore album, The Score, would end up going 6x platinum–only a year after it was released. The ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…Jaheim: Anything

Jaheim exploded onto the R&B charts in the early 2000s and quickly became a fan favorite on the strength of his 21 track debut album Ghetto Love, which went platinum.  “Anything”, ... Continue Reading →

Flashback Fridays…The Poison Clan: Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya

Before Atlanta completed its takeover of the Southern Sound in Hip Hop, and eventually Hip Hop completely, there were groups from The Bottom who were filling up dance floors, blasting ... Continue Reading →

New Video…Drake: In My Feelings

New visuals from Drake: the “In My Feelings” track is currently still riding near the top of the charts after riding at #1. Its OK if you feel like you’ve already ... Continue Reading →

New Video…Tekashi69 & Nicki Minaj: FEFE

New visuals from the “King & Queen” of New York–Tekashi69 and Nicki Minaj. The video dropped the same day that Tekashi69 ended up in a local hospital after falling ... Continue Reading →

New Video…Ciara: Level Up

Superstar Ciara is here to show you that marriage and chirren haven’t diminished her ability to shake a tailfeather. Mrs. Wilson has now dropped a new video, ‘Level Up”. The ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays…Teddy Pendergrass: Close The Door (Video)

The late 1970s R&B and Soul belonged to Teddy Pendergrass. After a successful run with Harold & The Blue Notes (a run that is rumored to ended due to Melvin’s alleged ... Continue Reading →

Way Back Wednesdays…SWV: Rain

SWV–three friends from New York City–catapulted to fame in the early 1990s on the strength of their multi-platinum debut album It’s About Time, which spawned several ... Continue Reading →

Couple Says They Were Overcharged By $1.50 at Waffle House, End Up In Jail

A Fort Walton Beach, Florida, couple ended up in jail over what they said was a $1.50 overcharge on their food order at a local Waffle House. A Waffle House employee called police ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday…Intro: Come Inside

In 1993, a trio of young male singers from Brooklyn with a lot of Soul vaulted onto the music scene with a monster ballad simply titled, Come Inside. The song rocketed up the charts ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays…OutKast: So Fresh, So Clean

Here’s a throwback from the biggest rap duo ever: Outkast,the Atlanta-born and bred twosome of Andre “3000” Benjamin and Antwan “Big Boi” Patton. The ... Continue Reading →

Way Back Wednesdays…T-Shirt & Panties: Adina Howard Feat. Jamie Foxx

In 1998, music fans were thrilled to hear Adina Howard on wax and on their car radios again. It had been 3 years since Adina exploded onto the scene with an uncompromising style and ... Continue Reading →

New Video…Quavo & Nicki Minaj: She For Keeps

New visuals from Migos’ Quavo and Nicki Minaj. In “She For Keeps”, the duo pay homage to the 80s and 90s with some throwback visual references. Minaj is angling for ... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursdays…Mary J. Blige: You Remind Me

It’s hard to believe Mary J. Blige dropped the blockbuster What’s The 411? album more than 25 years ago, in July 1992. Mary J. Blige rocketed onto the scene with a trendsetting ... Continue Reading →