Monday, October 12, 2009


The Python in one word is the ULTIMATE amphibious vehicle. It is a hot rod on the water, excess of 60 mph water speeds, and a hot rod on the street, mid 12 second 1/4 mile times and 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds. The engine is based on the famous aluminum LS Corvette power train. Enormous Horsepower!

The Video below is about to blow your mind...........


OMG!!! Str8 bananas I need one, we all need one lol.

Michael Jackson's Glove Sells for $70,800

Michael Jackson's famous illuminating glove has sold for $70,800, right in line with what is was expected to go for. Jackson wore the glove during the 1984 Victory Tour, 25 years ago. Hard to believe, no?

At the same auction of entertainment memorabilia from Profiles In History, a bidder paid $106,200 for a Martin D-28 guitar played by Elvis Presley during his final Las Vegas performance; a bullwhip swung by Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade went for $56,050; and full-scale Velociraptor model from Jurassic Park brought in $76,700.


Black Pharaoh – Death of Industry (D.O.I), Chris Brown - So Cold, All Around the A ft Cybil Knight, Naeto C & more,Joss Stone ft NAS - Govermentalist


Shyne Rejects Diddy, Plus His Father Asks For Pardon

Belizean Prime Minister Dean Barrow, the father of former Bad Boy rapper Shyne, has reportedly written to New York Governor David Paterson asking him to pardon his son so that he is not deported back to the Belize - the country of his birth.

Shyne (born Jamal Barrow) was released from prison on Tuesday (October 6) after serving eight years for his role in a New York nightclub shooting incident in 1999 involving rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs and Jennifer Lopez.

The rapper is currently in the custody of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities (I.C.E.) in New York.

Dean Barrow revealed to The Belizean yesterday (October 9) that he sought help from Charles Ogletree - Harvard law professor and a member of President Barack Obama's inner circle to assist Shyne in resisting deportation to Belize.

The prime minister told reporters he wrote the letter to the New York governor at the request of Professor Ogletree.

Barrow also revealed for the first time Friday that shortly after Shyne was sentenced to prison, he had written a letter to the then governor of New York.

In that letter Mr. Barrow said he asked that his son be repatriated to Belize to serve his sentence as that was what Shyne wanted at the time. "That never went anywhere. Just as well as it is now clear that he wants to remain in the U.S.A. to continue his career," stated the Prime Minister.

"I have not had a response," Barrow told reporters. “I have spoken to people close to the governor and I have been assured that the letter has been received and that it is under active consideration. But I can't say that I am able to call in any favors such that would guarantee that he is able to remain in the States."

Shyne released a statement to Rolling Stone on Friday shooting down claims that Diddy had reached out to him during his incarceration to settle their differences.

Diddy told New York radio listeners last week that he had a conversation with Shyne via phone prior to his release. Shyne says the call never happened

“It’s a blessing that [Shyne's] coming home. I spoke to him like a couple of weeks ago and he sounded like he was in good spirits. I know he can’t wait to get home. I know he is definitely going to heat the whole scene up. He was definitely one of talented young artists that I had the pleasure to work with. I’m quite sure he’s been using his time wisely and has some heat.” DIDDY

"I want it known that this supposed conversation is a figment of [Diddy's] imagination," Shyne stated. "He never spoke with me, he never visited me nor would I ever accept a phone call or visit from him. The only way I would do either of those things would be if he stepped up and did the right thing for the victims of the incident." SHYNE

The victim Shyne is referring to is Natania Reuben, who suffered a gunshot to the face in the club shooting that sent the rapper to prison. A $130 million civil lawsuit was filed by Reuben against Combs and Shyne, and is still pending.


The “Flocking Treatment” sneaker from Martin Margiela

Price: £279.00


Shopping While Black: Would you speak up??

This was a ABC NEWS special from March where the channel sent African American shoppers to Unpomela boutique in Soho, NYC and used actors as the security guard and store clerk to discriminate against them in plain view of other shoppers. In the experiment they see how other shoppers react and if they step in

Racism does still exist in America and also other parts of the world. I think one of the only ways we can stop it is by speaking up or standing up for someone if they are being mistreated. If we all work together towards a common goal we can end this ignorance.




Lil mama def needed to get her a** whipped for crashing the Jiggaman's performance whether she was in the moment or not lol!!!

Dolce & Gabbana Tricolor Silver Shoes

Price: $209.99

Brett Dennen-Make You Crazy ft Femi Kuti (Video)

So I stumbled upon this video of Singer/songwriter Bret Dennen featuring Nigeria's own Femi Kuti son of the afro beat king Fela Kuti. It sometimes shocks me when I see collabos like this cos I always think to myself, how the hell does he know about Femi Kuti lol? I guess you ca never really know how far your music will go or who it will affect until you putit out there. Great collab, Love the record. Actually made me interested in finding out more about Bret dennan and his music.


Tom Ford TF 44 Men's Christopher Sunglasses

Price: $ $167.99


Nigeria artist D'banj

Kenyan musician Amani

Fally Ipupa

South Africa's HHP

Nigerian superstar Tuface Idibia

Ugandan girlband Blu3

Thokozani Dube picks up the posthumous MAMA Legend Award for his father Lucky Dube

Nigerian Rapper M.I and the Chocolate City music family

Kenya's Nameless

Congolese Music fan Patricke-Stevie Moungondo beat thousands of music fans who submitted entries to win the MAMA MyVideo Award

Ghana's Samini

Kenya's Wahu

South Africa's Zebra and Giraffe

Best Male
2 Face (Nigeria)
HHP (South Africa)
D’Banj (Nigeria)
Nameless (Kenya) – Winner
Da L.E.S. (South Africa)

Best New Act
M.I. (Nigeria) – Winner
Shaa (Tanzania)
STL (Kenya)
Bigiano (Nigeria)
Rhythmic Elements (South Africa)

Best R&B
2 Face (Nigeria) – Winner
Darey Art Alade (Nigeria)
Loyiso (South Africa)
Beyoncé (USA)
Akon (USA)

Best Hip Hop
M.I. (Nigeria) – Winner
A.Y. (Tanzania)
Zulu Boy (South Africa)
Jay-Z (USA)
Kanye West (USA)

Best Female
Kel (Nigeria)
Amani (Kenya) – Winner
Lira (South Africa)
Zamajobe (South Africa)
Lizha James (Mozambique)

Best Performer
P-Square (Nigeria)
D’Banj (Nigeria)
Samini (Ghana) – Winner
Nameless (Kenya)
Blu*3 (Uganda)

Best R&B
2 Face (Nigeria) – Winner
Darey Art Alade (Nigeria)
Loyiso (South Africa)
Beyoncé (USA)
Akon (USA)

Best Group
P-Square (Nigeria) – Winner
Blu*3 (Uganda)
Gang of Instrumentals (South Africa)
Mo Hits Allstars (Nigeria)
Gal Level (Namibia)

Artist of The Year
2 Face (Nigeria)
D’banj (Nigeria) – Winner
Lira (South Africa)
HHP (South Africa)
Nameless (Kenya)

Best Alternative
Green Day (USA)
Coldplay (UK)
Cassette (South Africa)
Zebra & Giraffe (South Africa) – Winner
Aking (South Africa)

Best Video
2Face – Enter The Place (Nigeria)
XOD – I Want You Back (Uganda)
HHP – Mpitse (South Africa) – Winner
Da L.E.S. – We on Fire (South Africa)
Wahu ft Bobi Wine – Little Things You Do (Kenya).

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