Esquire has made it official…. Mila Kunis is their choice for 2012 Sexiest Woman Alive. I know she has a special spot here at UML, but what do you say?
Brothers Got Off On This One
@AverySmith3, @__2Cool, @DraelonBurns, @VegazTheOne, @Champ5Mic, @calykris, @JAE_ACE, @RayNitti, @therealtaygutta @Blizzmcfly, @yunguml,@milwally_county,uml.com,dravo cypher
Like This Wack ass chick wouldn’t even normally be getting a UML platform because of her wackness, but did want to display how stupid she makes herself look with her little video about the Bawse Rick Ross. True indeed I’ve had my share of things to say about William Roberts on this site (circa 2009) but hey I gotta keep it 100 right???? But it just seems to me that anybody can spit a few bars put on some slick glasses and put a video on youtube, and then you greenlighted to talk shit about Vets and be on some reckless shit. And when you hear about or catch wind of an artist because they dissin somebody already famous thats the 1st and last time I will hear you. So enjoy the UML exposure honey! This one is on the house.
PS. tell ur homeboy in the video he look real suspect being so concerned with the Bawse’s sex life.
As Reported By Hip Hop DX
B.R. reveals that he’s off parole, and discusses the positivity in his life. The Harlem emcee says “Whoa” was merely a Diddy-decision, and claims that the media supported him more than his past label.
Burdened by issues at his label and a four year stint in prison, Black Rob has spent the last year of his life readjusting to life on the outside, reestablishing his presence in the music industry, and managing to remain well behaved in order to finish out his time on parole.
Now free of not only the legal system but of Bad Boy records as well, the rapper has taken a new path free of illegalities and full of new music, of which independent powerhouse Duck Down Records can now call its own. One of Harlem’s biggest stars of the last decade released his third album this week, Game Tested, Streets Approved, which in title alone, speaks volumes of what’s on B.R.’s mind.
HipHopDX: What do you feel was the biggest difficulty for you as far as readjusting to life on the outside once you got out of prison?
Ummm….I’m not quite sure what to say about this….other than it’s silly as hell! It’s a star-studded SNL tribute to the happy feeling that comes after gettin’ your successful ‘Freak On‘ However you feel it about it…it has gone viral…3 & 1/2 Million hits since Dec. 18th…
Sooo…if you need a chuckle…or just had sex…this may appeal to you:
The art of taking an already great song and making it better is one that often goes unnoticed. Why? Because few artists are willing to try. Can you imagine trying to follow Luther V. with your own version of “A House Is Not a Home“…(I know it’s a remake, but nobody in their right mind likes the original version better…for that sake, we’ll just consider LV‘s The Original)? Or trying to top Steve Perry‘s voice in Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing“?
The true art lies in being able to re-create the song in your own style, so that listeners won’t feel the need to compare the two versions. But…..on rare occasion, an artist grabs hold of a classic, and makes you forget the original. I know there are some who will disagree, but you know my motto….my opinion’s as valid as anyone else’s.