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Friday, March 27, 2009

Elvis Crespo Accused of Masturbating On Airplane

Elvis Crespo Plays with His Microphone in Public

MIAMI — Merengue superstar Elvis Crespo is being investigated after a woman said she saw him performing a sex act on an airplane en route from Houston to Miami, according to Miami-Dade County police.

The Grammy winner was masturbating in view of other passengers Thursday, prompting the plane's captain to radio the Miami International Airport's air traffic control tower, the police report said. Officers interviewed Crespo upon his arrival but did not arrest him. No charges have been filed. When asked by police at the airport about the accusation, the 37-year-old Puerto Rican singer said: "I don't recall doing that."A message left by The Associated Press Wednesday for his publicist, Mayna Nevarez, was not immediately returned.

Because the incident took place over U.S. air space, the FBI is also investigating. Messages left for the FBI office in Miami also were not immediately returned.
According to the police report, 52-year-old Patricia Perea of Canyon Gate, Texas, told police she was sitting next to the singer of the hit song "Suavemente." She said that about 15 minutes after the plane left Houston, Crespo covered himself with a blanket and began to masturbate, then exposed himself.

On March 16, Crespo married his manager, Maribel Vega, in Puerto Rico.
He was scheduled to fly to New York on Thursday to participate in commitments related to the city's Puerto Rican Day parade, which is usually in June.

Elvis Crespo Seen here at the Latin Grammy Awards

Friday, March 20, 2009

Jadakiss & DJ Green Lantern Bury Their Beef and Are Back in the Lab

Jadakiss & DJ Green Lantern Bury Their Beef and Are Back in the Lab
This week was supposed to see the release of Jadakiss' The Last Kiss album, and since that project has been pushed back until April 7, your boy couldn't leave you without any stimulants. He has a mixtape out, so pucker up — Jadakiss is going to tell you to kiss his ass and there's just no escaping that. Although he had to change his official album's title to The Last Kiss, the Yonkers monster mouth used his original title idea for his latest mixtape, the sequel to his classic 2004 mixtape with Big Mike and Green Lantern, The Champ Is Here.

"Green is impeccable with blending and mixing, taking an acappella of a record that had a previous track to the next level," Kiss said of reteaming for Kiss My Ass: The Champ Is Here Pt. 2.

"A lot of DJs just want a couple of freestyles [when you make mixtapes]. Green wants some freestyles, a cappellas. He wants to do his thing and he wants some drops or whatever," Jada continued. "And he presents you with records. When you're working with him, you know what you're getting, and he's bringing some things to the table. He's really in there working. He's making it like a real album. He's gonna master it. It was definitely a good thing getting back with him."

To the dismay of fans — not to mention the two gentlemen involved themselves — Kiss and Green had a serious falling out on the heels of making the first Champ, one of the all--time great street CDs (no gas here, it was that damn good. A phone conversation between the two popped up on a street DVD. They were discussing Jada's then brewing battle with 50 Cent. In the aftermath of the footage going public, Green stepped down as Eminem's DJ.

Green Lantern has since gone on to spin at shows for the likes of Nas and Jay-Z. In fact, it was during an American Gangster tour stop in NYC that Kiss appeared onstage as Jay's special guest, but the Yonkers ripper and the Evil Genius had no synergy onstage. Kiss wanted to rock one of his hits, but Green Lantern only had "It's All About the Benjamins."

"I reached out to Green," Jadakiss said of how the two came to put this current mixtape together. "He kept 100. He came to Y.O. by himself. We sat at a restaurant and just kicked it. Ventilated. He said what he wanted to say, got off his chest how the whole thing went down."
As for the concert, Jada explained, "A lot of people thought it might have been some funny money, but one of the things we talked about at the table, he was like, 'Don't think I was doing you greasy.' He didn't have none of my music in his replay. I can't get mad at that. It's a Hov show. Hov made him put 'The Benjamins' in there. I just didn't want to perform 'The Benjamins.' "

Now on the same page, the two are already plotting to drop another Kiss My A-- CD. And if you're wondering why this current Kiss My A-- CD is a little shorter than expected, Jada said he's just looking out for his official release in April. The potency of the first Champ Is Here mixtape hurt sales of his official The Kiss of Death album.
"That's why I had to make this one tight, but not too much a full-length album, because [fans] will just sit with that and not want to get your album. ... Interscope spent a lot of money on that Champ Is Here [and it ended up hurting The Kiss of Death]. They made a lot of copies and put it in every region in the world. It was good and bad. That's why I went light. But we got volume two of the Kiss My Ass. I got more music I'm gonna let go in a couple days for you."
Jada said after his album drops in April, fans can expect a D-Block compilation followed by a LOX album at the end of the year.

Jadakiss' dropping even more new joints too
"Child Abuse." "That's a beat that Swizz used before," Jada explained. "I heard a lot of people that rocked over it. [Lloyd] Banks rocked to it. Ransom, Stack Bundles — rest in peace — before he passed, he ripped something on there. I said, 'This is a beat for MCs. I wanna get on that, let them know I got my ear to the streets.' 'Child Abuse'! Just some lyrical fun, smackin' the track around."

"Hard Times" featuring Barrington Levy. "That should be on the LP," Jada said. "I don't know. It's in the batch. It rings off in the club and I get a good look from all the yardies. They love the boy Kiss, respect. Barrington is raw. They call him 'The Mayor' over there [in Jamaica]. He's a real dude. ... He's making real music. He's trying hard to get me [to do the video] over there in Jamaica. I might pay for a video — shoot half over there, shoot half in Jamaica. It was a good look. I never did a reggae joint, and I did it with Barrington. I'm supposed to be hooking up with Beenie Man too this week while he's in town."

"The People" featuring Styles P. "We were just spazzin' on the Common beat," Jada explained. "I'm a big fan of Common. You probably wouldn't know, since we're [such] different artists, but Common's a spitter since back in the day. He gets it in with anybody, any type of song. I was big fan of that single when he dropped it, 'The People.' The cadence is crazy. Green had thrown SP on there in the middle of the track. I said, 'That ain't gonna work, Green. You can't just chop them verses up like that. You gotta let the whole thing rock, then let P come after that.' It came out tremendous."
All and all this will be a big year for Jadakiss and we wish him the best.
- The Great Hip Hop Music Blog Spot

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Keri Hilson New Album "In A Perfect World" Available March 24th, 2009

Keri Hilson has yet another New Banger that will be destroying Dancefloors across the world.

Keri Hilson's New Single "Swag On (The Remix)" which we heard at the nightclubs recently is an absolute heater. Her new album "In a Perfect World" drops this month. It will be available in stores March 24th, 2009. So far all the singles we have heard have been amazing with tons of energy. The album will most likely be a banger, with hit singles like "Turning Me On" "Swag On" and others. We recommend picking it up when it becomes available.

You can also become Keri Hilson's Myspace friend and keep up on her tours and projects by adding her myspace page to your list of friends.

Shooting at Beanie Sigel Birthday Party at Solo Nightclub S. Philadelphia

Beanie Sigel makes headlines for the wrong reasons once again, as the rapper's birthday party ended in violence.

The party, which took place last Friday (March 6) at Southern Philadelphia's Club Solo, had almost 600 attendies, according to

One person was shot inside the club, and a brawl involving numerous people ensued outside of it, according to police and a city official.

Sigel "was performing on stage at the club," said his attorney, Fortunato Perri Jr. "He was told later that something happened, but he didn't know who was involved," said Perri.

The shooting victim was Tyheem Baker, 24, who was shot in the upper left chest after getting into an argument with two males upon leaving the men's room.

Baker was taken to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and was listed in stable condition. He told police he doesn't know who shot him.

The District Attorney's Office is investigating the shooting. Police say that the surveillance system "mysteriously malfunctioned" inside the club, making identifying the shooter an even more difficult task.

Police are investigating whether those attending the celebration were properly searched by doormen, and whether they were properly carded. Obviously this club has issues with security breaches. Either poor searches at the door, or poor management of all the exits.

While this is not Beenie Sigels fault, and has more to do with the club itself, this still does not shed a good light on his stage show.

Sigel spent three months in federal prison last year for a third violation of his supervised release following a federal weapons conviction.

Ellen DeGeneres Questions Diddy About Rihanna and Chris Brown

Ellen DeGeneres had Diddy on the Ellen Degeneres TV show and asked him some hard questions about him opening up his Mansion retreat to Chris Brown and Rihanna.

"It was a dark time for them and I was there as more of a support," Sean P.Diddy told Ellen on her Tuesday show "I'm not immersed in it. I'm not going to pass judgment on it. I'm going to be there as a friend."

Clearly uncomfortable by the line of questioning – the talk show host raised the issue by asking Diddy to "clear something up" – the music mogul was initially defensive about his reasons for inviting the two to his Star Island home. (Brown was photographed jet skiing near the house, prompting criticism on the Web of his seemingly carefree behavior in light of the serious legal issues pending.)

"It's my house, and I'm allowed to give my house to whoever I want to give my house to," Diddy said on the show. "I don't cast a stone – cast judgment on anybody. So, if friends ask me for a favor, then I'm going to be there for a favor as long as I know the energy of the favor is positive." Plus, Diddy added that he believes it's positive for "two people to sit down and talk about a situation they're in." He also cautions to be wary of jumping to conclusions, saying, "We don't know exactly what's going on. There are two young individuals. We need to pray for them." But, he told DeGeneres, "I don't think it's right for anybody to hit anybody."

Rihanna and Chris Brown Get Back Together After Attack

Rihanna and Chris Brown are back together. The pair have reunited almost three weeks after Brown, 19, allegedly battered the "Disturbia" singer on Feb. 8.

"They're together again. They care for each other," The on-again couple are currently spending time together at one of Sean "Diddy" Combs's homes, on Miami Beach's Star Island. Adds the source: "While Chris is reflective and saddened about what happened, he is really happy to be with the woman he loves."In its latest issue, PEOPLE reports that Brown called Rihanna on her 21st birthday one week ago. "He called to wish her happy birthday," a source told the magazine. "They've reached out to each other. It's been mutual." Brown was booked by LAPD for making criminal threats but the case has not yet been presented to the District Attorney, who will ultimately determine which charges, if any, will be prosecuted.

In our opinion love sometimes hurts, but it shouldn't hurt physically. If Love turns physically violent, you should consider getting out of the relationship. No matter how much your heart hurts when you do so. A lot of these things tend to escalate as time goes on and you don't want to keep ending up in the hospital or in the morgue.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

DJ Ty Boogie and Blend Brothers 2008 Mixtape

DJ Ty Boogie and Blend Brothers 2008 (Blends 101 Class In Session) Mixtape

This is a really good example of a classic Blend mixtape. These two DJs really did a great job mixing and selecting their songs on all the blends. There are a ton of really great classic cuts that they remixed for this blend mixtape and most of the blend beats they chose worked well with the tracks they chose to remix.

We ran through quite a few blend mixtapes before choosing this one to let you al know about. Most of the blend mixtapes we found were simply compilations of remixes and not One hot continual mix. Not only that but many of the other blend mixtapes also had bad song choices and bad beat choices that didn't really blend well together. The whole point of a remix afterall is to make the remix at least as hot if not hotter than the original song. So many of the blend mixtapes were a bit of a disappointment. So when we found this one we were really happy to hear a continual mix of really great blends and mixes.

This mixtape was pretty much a heater from start to finish. Most of the blends were done really well and the overall vibe of the mixtape was excellent. This is a great mixtape for bumping in your ride, especially if you like some oldschool remixes. We'll be looking for more from these two DJs in the future, and we'll keep you posted on other hot mixtapes as well.
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Iron Man Mixtape Review 2 by Jay

Review 2 of The Ironman Mixtape CD by DJ Emir

Like its predecessor, The Transformers Mixtape, DJ Emir's new monster hit mixtape, the Iron Man Mixtape is making a huge splash in the mixtape circuit. After going all out on the previous mixtape and recieving several awards including the honor of VIP Nightclub Magazine mixtape of the year, DJ Emir simply had to go all out and try to out do his previous Nine mixtapes.

The monster mix session known as The Iron Man Mixtape is a monumental movement to bring back the true essence of real mixtapes, that is bring back mixtapes that are actually mixed. Real scratches, transforms, mixes, juggles, remixes, blends and dope overall DJ skills, yes folks, that's what real mixtapes are made of. Gun Shots, excessive yelling, lack of creativity and compiling songs just to get them out faster than the other guy... That's what fake mixtapes are made of.

Time and Time again DJ Emir manages to put out some of the best Real mixtapes we've ever heard. He mixes so fast and hard that Emir plays, as KRS One put it in his song the DJ "Only One to Two verses, just keep the party moving" Emir's mixes are hard fast and smooth, the entire mixtape flows from one song to the next with dope transitions and even tighter remixes. How else do you fit 62 tracks on One CD?!

Some of the remixes are so much better than the original songs that they actually became our new favorite songs of the moment. For example, DJ Emir's remix of 50 Cent Get Money was straight fire especially the spots where Emir caught the accapella and cut up the track with his scratch skills. Dude seriously was killing it on that remix! Same with his crazy intro.DJ Emir's Iron Man Mixtape is a 10 as far as DJ skill and overall entertainment go. Our advice to DJ Emir, just keep 'em coming! - Jay of The Great Hip Hop Blog

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Check Out My Twitter

Check Out My Twitter and start Following me Today.

I've added myself to the growing new social network craze known only as Twitter.

you can find my profile at:

Twitter is basically a quick and easy way to stay up to date with your friends happenings.

Everything on twitter is posted instantaneous and is logged on your page. It's sort of like an instant messenger version of myspace.

PS you can also add me on Myspace as well. ;)

- Vanessa V. Nightclub Diva