Monthly Archives: February 2004
According to sources, incarcerated rap mogul Suge Knight is planning to release his own magazine. Titled “Uncut,” Knight’s publication would be part Hip-Hop, part tabloid.
The Polaroid picture company is enjoying a revived public image, courtesy of the multi-platinum duo, Outkast. Though the company says it had no idea its name… Read More
G-Unit member Tony Yayo pleaded guilty to passport fraud in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday, a move that his lawyers hope will lead to his freedom… Read More
Felony assault charges against Loon and two associates are now official. Loon, whose real name is Chauncey Hawkins, is charged with one count of assault with… Read More
February 26th, 2004 in Loon
Rumors are running across the music grapevine of another industry shakeup – this time of a rift between Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo of The Neptunes… Read More
Based on cult novelist Donald Goines’ novel of the same name, Never Die Alone is a richly literate film noir about King David (DMX), a hard-boiled,… Read More
February 24th, 2004 in DMX
February 24th, 2004 in Rap
Album: Bad Boy’s 10th Anniversary…The Hits (CD/DVD – 2 Disc Set) Single: “VICTORY 2004” The Notorious B.I.G., P.DIDDY, Lloyd Banks & Busta Rhymes Label: Bad Boy… Read More
Rapper Beanie Sigel, Damon Dash and Pro-Keds have just teamed up to bring back the icon sneaker to hip-hop’s new generation.
Bryan “Baby” Williams has inked a deal with Lugz and will create his own signature athletic shoe called “The Birdman.”