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Rihanna BBHMM iHeartRadio Awards Performance

Rihanna hits the stage looking smokin’ to perform her new hit “Bitch Better Have My Money” for the first time live at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday (March 29) in Los Angeles. The 27-year-old entertainer started out her performance stepping off of a helicopter on stage surrounded by backup dancers. Check out Rihanna‘s live performance of “Bitch Better Have My Money”…


10 at 10 Hiphop Showcase vol. 42 “LADIES FIRST” recap

In respects to International Women’s Day(March 8th), 10 at 10 Entertainment & Ill Movements present the LADIES FIRST edition for Showcase vol. 42. An all woman line up, filled with sponsors, prizes, donations and proceeds going towards the Women In Need Society of Calgary! :f: http://facebook.com/10at10:t: http://twitter.com/10at10calgary :i: http://instagram.com/10at10calgary


“Above the Rim” Turns 21, Here’s Why It’s The Dopest Classic Basketball Film

On this day back in 1994, the now cult classic basketball movie Above the Rim was released. The movie starred hip-hop superstar Tupac Shakur as the local drug lord/goon named Birdie. Above the Rim was a basketball movie, but Tupac’s character, Birdie pretty much stole the show. He showed that he was conniving, ruthless and willing to do anything to win, including having someone killed in broad daylight. He could be nice and warm one minute and willing to kill the next. It almost felt as if Tupac wasn’t acting, but really playing a version of himself. Duane Martin (who was really an NBA level player) was casted as Kyle Lee Watson, a super talented but self-centered, hot-tempered high school baller who falls under Birdie’s influence. Leon played Tommy Shepherd, a troubled local basketball legend with a few dark secrets, who returns to the neighborhood to bury his mother. The movie also featured Marlon Wayans as Bugaloo, Bernie Mac as Flip and a youngWood Harris as Birdie’s



Album Review: Kendrick Lamar – “To Pimp A Butterfly”

It’s been nearly three years since Kendrick Lamar burst onto the mainstream rap scene with his critically acclaimed, major-label debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city in 2012. Fast forward to 2015, the 27-year-old Compton emcee has returned, harbouring a vengeance, with his second major-label album To Pimp a Butterfly. TPAB is a monstrous step forward for Lamar in terms of lyricism, production and overall songwriting ability. Production that ranges from funk to jazz to conventional hip-hop all intertwines together to create a beautiful soundscapes for Lamar to express all of his emotions on. Lyrically speaking, Lamar is as polished as he’s ever been especially on tracks like “The Blacker the Berry”, “Hood Politics” and “How Much a Dollar Cost”. “Blacker” is the cry of the forsaken black man who, although tormented, is not afraid of speaking against the tyranny of his oppressors: “I’m the biggest hypocrite of 2015 / Once