8 Most Wanted for Feb. 18th 2011
1. Dr. Dre ft. Eminem - I Need A Doctor
2. TY $ - All Star
3. Snoop - Sweat
4. Rihanna - S&M
5. Baby Bash - Go Girl
6. Wiz Khalifa - Roll Up
7. Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
8. Lil Wayne - 6' 7'
Anyone else excited for Allstar weekend? This is the time of year I look forward to every year, hoping to see a new, insane dunk, but I often wonder, how many new dunks can people create? I saw one crazy dunk on youtube where some random guy does a 720 dunk (click here). I wonder if we'll ever see someone doing a front-flip dunk without a trampoline and landing mat. Maybe not this year, but who knows. The 3 point contest always seems to drag out a little for me, there's not too much excitement seeing someone shooting from various spots on the court, I see that in NBA games all the time. Just a few games ago when the Jazz played the Suns, Channing Frye had 6 three-pointers!!! The East vs. West game is really where it's at though. The East appears to have a good line-up but i'm still going to go with experience and pick the West. I guess we'll see though what happens. Allstar Weekend is going on this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on TNT
8 Most Wanted Feb 8, 2011
1. Lil Wayne - 6'7
2. Dr. Dre ft Eminem - I Need A Doctor
3. Kanye West - All of the Lights
4. Baby Bash - Go Girl
5. Rihanna - S&M
6. Wiz Khalifa - Black and Yellow
7. WC ft. Ice Cube - You Know Me
8. Chris Brown - Yeah (3x)
So alot of people have been talking about the half time performance saying that the vocals didn't sound too great. The blame has been put on the singers, the stadium, the sound equipment, the mic's and everything in between, here is what some of other fellow artist's had to say according to allhiphop.com.
Rappers like MC Hammer, Chingy, Chamillionaire, DJ Khaled and others rooted for The Steelers, while Jim Jones, Brian "Birdman" Williams, Lil Twist and Game cheered on Green Bay. "Cowboys Stadium is packed like crazy," revealed Houston rapper Paul Wall. The Black Eyed Peas' halftime performance was also the subject of conversation on Twitter. "I've played so many shows...1mil people in brazil, world cup, so many, and now I'm nervous for this one," will.I.am tweeted before The Peas performed. "I feel like crying. I'm not crying out of sadness or nervousness its joy and pride and memories and the journey."
Usher also hit the stage with The Peas and performed his hit single "OMG." "OMG! I Can't even Breath!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE @Slash I really cried My hero!" Amber Rose tweeted. "Maaaaaan Black Eyed Peas & Usher Kiiiiiillllleeed the Halftime performance!!!!!! Best one I have seen," Chamillionaire declared. "My ni99 from the black eye peas outfit was LIT.COM!!! dat ni99a s**t had its own light show..LOL!! #WTFMoment!" tweeted Yukmouth. "Hate if u want but Black Eye Peas SHUT THAT S**T DOWN!!!!!!!!" Busta Rhymes tweeted. "Regardless what people wanna say @william is a rapper, thats rap music with a pop feel, so go head and say it was the best eva I LOVE IT !!!" Jermaine Dupri tweeted. "Nudoknowthat! Stayn focused! Oowee," Snoop Dogg tweeted. Green Bay fan and rapper Brian "Birdman" Williams will reportedly collect $1 million dollars, after publicly stating that he wagered seven figures on the Packers. Green Bay prevailed over The Steelers, 31-25. In the end, Cash Money Records' CEO also stands to benefit from The Packers' Super Bowl victory. "Ymcmb birdman 1mill....paint tha t0wn red.greenbay in beast m0de.we tha business," Williams tweeted.
Lil Wayne has announced the “I Am Music” tour, which will lead up to the release of his anticipated Carter IV album. The New Orleans rapper will traverse across the United States with Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker. There are no New York City dates on the tour, which the rapper has said is in protest of his incarceration in Rikers Island on gun charges. The dates are below.
3/18: Buffalo, N.Y., HSBC Arena3/19: Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena3/20: Baltimore, Md., First Mariner Arena 3/23: Hampton, Va., Hampton Coliseum3/24: Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena3/26: Philadelphia, Penn., Wells Fargo Center3/27: Long Island, N.Y., Nassau Coliseum3/30: University Park, Penn., Bryce Jordan Center4/1: Chicago, Ill., United Center4/2: Detroit, Mich., The Palace of Auburn Hills4/3: Washington, D.C., Verizon Center4/6: Miami, Fla., Bank Atlantic Center4/8: Greensboro, N.C., Greensboro Coliseum4/9: Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena4/10: St. Louis, Mo,. Scottrade Center4/14: New Orleans, La., New Orleans Arena4/15: Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Arena4/16: Houston, Texas, Toyota Center4/19: Phoenix, Ariz., US Airways Arena4/23: Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center4/24: Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena4/26: Sacramento, Calif., ARCO Arena4/28: Edmonton, Canada, Rexall Place4/29: Vancouver, Canada, Rogers Arena5/01: East Rutherford, N.J.
This is according to AllHipHop.com
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