And the madness continues....A dozen fans commit suicide over Michael Jackson's death. Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks to his fans.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Monday, June 29, 2009
Friday, June 26, 2009
Yesterday evening I got a call that said "Michael Jackson is dead." In disbelief I turned on the radio (WPGC 95.5). Tigger was on the air and said that it was just in that M.J. was hospitalized due to cardiac arrest. Hoping that this was just a terrible rumor it wasn't. Within 24 hours Michael Jackson had 6 out of 10 of the top albums on iTunes and ALL of his albums were sold out in every music store. This sudden death has hit home to this nation. Michael Jackson has inspired millions of artist known and unknown! But something isn't adding up...
Michael Jackson....dead at 50.
Saturday, June 20, 2009
"You're a Jerk"--new track by the New Boyz....Legacy and Ben J. Not only is it a phrase of ridicule....Jerking is a new dance supposedly originated in L.A. Replicated by its familiar athleticism of bboying...except spinning which has been exchanged for footwork. If you ask me "Jerking" is like skipping backwards! Above, check out the official music video by the New Boyz...directed by Matthew Alonzo.
Below, get a closer look at the Jerk Movement.....Miss B~
Thursday, June 18, 2009
"Yo world? Move over...I just stepped in and I'll need some room. No need to break your neck, look at the big screen in front of you. Arrogance is in the eye of beheld; take it or leave it.I am an innovative, bold, creative, fashion-driven individual. My first thoughts in the morning are "what the hell am I gonna wear today?" and "i need some new clothes!" I've been told that the sinews of fashion thrive within my DNA, placed there before I crash landed here. Fashion comes in ones life to either make or break them. It's like a parasite...it searches for worthy hosts to carry it to its next evolutionary level. It feeds on the artistic creativity of individuals who allow it in their lives and toys with their psyche. What you see on the runway, in the magazines, on the streets.....is a result of fashion and its evolution is inevitable. " -J. Long
BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY Joel will endure his moment of breakthrough as the TOP PERSONAL STYLIST momentarily!!! Stay tuned...
I know him personally! HE'S AWESOME! :)
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
"Creatively, this is not even a mixtape. That's why I put LP next to it. ... My core audience will understand it immediately, and it's written specifically for that."
Available at 11pm tonight on Thisis50.com!
So from left to right:: Lesley, Binkie, Sarah, and Naomi!!! Hot stuff people...COP THE ALBUM!!
Check out the link belw...track is called: I Got that Drink in my Cup!
MEET THE GIRLS!
I get a lot of fan mail and everyone asks me how I’m doing? I say fine, the way I see it I never imagined making it this far with my sanity. Not being able to go somewhere when you want, see your family when you want (on many occasions when you need to), can't use the phone, take a shower, wear clothes, or even eat when you want - super aggravating. Whenever, which is almost everyday I get visits, a lot of kids ask for autographs. It’s something that I used to do almost everyday but now it actually feels weird, I really feel like an inmate.And as much as I hate to admit it, I really am an inmate. I mean, it kind of grows on you when certain people go out of there way to make you feel like that.
They have this program called YAP (Youth Assistance Program) they keep asking me to join. It’s a program that brings inner city kids to the prison to show them what it’s like to be incarcerated. I hear that every group asks about me but I’m a little hesitant to join. They think it will give the kids a reality check that this can happen to anyone. I however feel that it’ll be more of the kids wanting to see Remy Ma the rapper and because of that they won't get that I'm actually in jail. So I'm still contemplating. If I figure out a way for them to actually get it, that this is really not a place you would ever want to be whether for 8 years, 8 months, or 8 minutes then I’ll do it.
Everyone in prison isn't innocent but everyone in prison isn't guilty. So whether you end up here on purpose or by accident, the pain you’re feeling is still the same. And I can quote a lot "gangsters” by saying that “I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy…”
Sunday, June 7, 2009