Today, THQ has laid the Smackdown Vs. Raw series to rest. I’ve had every single one since it started. In it’s place is WWE ’12. Not an exciting name but a whole new exciting experience. IGN got the first scoop on some of the new things they’ve done including a whole new move system, more ring interaction and an overall realistic feel. We shall see but for now, you can read more over at IGN. Update: Hit the jump for a quick gameplay clip that surfaced today. That’s all well and good, but there are specific thingsÂ THQ has peppered in… continue reading
Noreaga reflects on his rap career among other things on this ‘Nore’ Easter EP cut. Stand out moments. Directed by DP TV Films. Shouts to 57th Ave. Previously: N.O.R.E. â€“ My Favorite Enemy
YN goes three for three on his RESPECT magazines. Eminem and Royce are the subject to a lot of talk with Hell: The Sequel hitting shelves on June 14. The timing couldn’t have been better. In addition, the other articles look really interesting too. I know Killer Mike has a lot to say. This goes on sale June 7. Previously: Eminem & Royce Da 5â€²9â€³ Ft. Mike Epps â€“ Iâ€™m On Everything (Prod. By Mr. Porter)
My mentor Lowkey, a few months back, would send tweets about blogging not being fun anymore. I would respond back saying he didn’t know what he was talking about. It was still fun. Up until about the last month or so. So much BS. School. Parents. Work. Blogging solo. Numbers. Effort. And about 50 other words I don’t feel like listing right now. It doesn’t make sense to me. Everything grew up so fast in the blogging game. It feels like I was kicked out metaphorically only to struggle.
Since April, the R&B crooner under the Maybach empire has been traveling on his own road aside from all the buzz and love Ricky was giving his new team. The end result of his travels is this 12 track EP with a little bit of assistance from Smoke Bulga, Bun B and Torch. Other than that, he shows off his creative concepts and voice with his third solo project.
This doesn’t make any sense. Rather than release one thing at a time or even all in one swipe, these MMG dudes want to put out stuff all damn day. Third Rick Ross post on this Tuesday. Spliff TV and Dre Films direct this simple visual from Self-Made. Literally simple since they’re just sitting at a table in suits and cigars. Hit the jump for Wale’s return to D.C. and doing an in-store signing. Previously: Video: Rick Ross & Maybach Music Groupâ€™s Memorial Weekend