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Bow Wow, G-Unit Speak Out, Jazmine Sullivan

Video: Bow Wow Interview
Nothing is off limits as Bow Wow speaks on a number of rumors and various celebs he's been affiliated with. Check it out!


Video: Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo Speak
Apparently these G-Unit comrades take the time to list all their adversaries and who's careers they've ended. Unfortunately they failed to mention that in the process, they ended their own careers. Check it out!


Music News:
Jazmine Sullivan will release her debut album, "Fearless" on September 16[or 23]. The album is lead by hit single, "Need U Bad" featuring Missy Elliott. I recently conducted a poll asking everyone who they preferred more, Sullivan or labelmate Jennifer Hudson. Below you can check out the tracklisting to her album:
1. Bust Your Windows
2. Dream Big
3. Need U Bad
4. Foolish Heart
5. Lions, Tigers, and Bears
6. After the Hurricane
7. Call Me Guilty
8. One Night Stand
9. Best of Me
10. Switch!
11. Fear
12. In Love With Another Man

The "VH1 Hip Hop Honors" are coming! Check below to find out more info:
VH1 has announced the five honorees for their fifth annual "VH1 Hip Hop Honors," Cypress Hill, De La Soul, Slick Rick, Naughty By Nature and Too $hort. Hosted once again by Tracy Morgan, this year's musical celebration will give viewers a chance to step back and reminisce on a time when hip hop music began to make its greatest impact on American pop culture.

Premiering on Tuesday, October 7 at 10PM*, generations of hip hop will bridge the gap for one exceptional night to set it off with the original style and flavor that sparked a revolution and continues to fuel an evolution around the world. Additional performances and appearances will be announced shortly.
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