Sunday, February 27, 2011
During the interview he said that, “It’s been three years, and my hair was always getting in my eyes, and it was time for a change.” Bieber broke the news on Twitter about his new haircut and announced that he would be giving the remains of his hair to charity. As for the new look, he said he loves it because it makes him look more mature. Bieber is 16-years-old.
UPDATE: Jim Jones keeps it simple for the cover art to his upcoming E1 Entertainment album.
Diplomats member Jim Jones has been hard at work on his latest album, Capo for over a year. Originally planned to be his second major label album with Sony Records, the longtime E1 Entertainment (f/k/a Koch Records) artist returned to his former home to deliver his fifth official full-length, which will feature Snoop Dogg, Raekwon, as well as Dipset affiliates Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, Hell Rell and The U.N.'s Vado.
According to the label, Jones, who recently survived a serious car accident, recorded 60 new songs for Capo in the last several months. The Diplomats are also at work on an album planned for 2011 release.
Saturday, February 26, 2011
"New statistics show that New York Police Department officers made a record number of stop and frisks last year. More than 600,000 people were stopped, most of them frisked, and 85-percent of them black and Latino. The overwhelming number of them were innocent, with just 7-percent leading to an arrest and even fewer guns found. "New York needs to find a better way to fight crime than stopping half a million people a year only to get a few arrests," Vince Warren of the Center For Constitutional Rights said. " - New York
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Just when you thought he was down, the Mechanical Dummy Chris Brown bounces back up like “Look At Me Now”. Breezy unveils artwork for his forth studio album F.A.M.E, which will be released in stores on March 22nd. The highly-anticipated LP F.A.M.E has guess appearances from: Lil Wayne, Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber. With singles like Yeah 3X peaking at 15 on the Billboard charts and “Look At Me Now” at 11, this album is already officially Platinum.