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Ryan Leslie makes a PSA in regard to his laptop being stolen while recently at a Germany Nightspot. Offers up a 20,000 dollar reward for any information on the whereabouts of his missing laptop and even offers up an email address where he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Damn homie, I know how you feel, especially with all your hard earned work and information in one place, that you can't recreate or get back. Hold ya head up bro, lord willing it shall be returned.
Region: World Filed Under: Music(Related Sections: Music, Technology)
Four Loko is basically a highly alcoholic energy drink. Three dudes from Ohio State University created the power drink in 2006 where it was first introduced in Ohio, then Arizona, California and Illinois by the middle of that same year. This energy drink contains the usual suspects, caffeine and taurine but also adds the kicker of high alcohol content that is three times that of a regular beer or six times more than a light beer.
Region: World Filed Under: Technology(Related Sections: Technology)
“It looks like The King might be caged once again as lawyers go back and forth for his upcoming hearing after violating his parole in September.
As previously reported, T.I. and his wife Tiny were arrested last month in L.A for possession of a controlled substance, after they were pulled over in West Hollywood and found in possession of ecstasy.
To make matters worse, not only did T.I. fail a drug test when traces of codeine were found in his system, but he was also traveling with a convicted felon named Cortez “C-Rod” Thomas.
All infractions are violations of the terms of T.I.’s three-year probation.
The rapper just came home from prison in December following a 12-month sentence for attempting to purchase machine guns and silencers just before the BET Hip-Hop Awards in October of 2007.
Kelly Rowland turns her tears into art in the eye-popping video for “Rose Colored Glasses,” the Dr. Luke-produced single off her third solo album. Directed by Rankin (Kelis’ “Acapella”), the clip shows the Destiny’s Child alum struggling with a relationship, while numerous wardrobe changes, vivid colors, doves, and stunning shots of Kelly burst onto the screen.
“The inspiration behind the song is just my real life,” Kelly said of the Ester Dean-penned track. “It’s just so nice to express that emotion and get it all out there because everyone out there, I’m sure you guys can relate to the pain of feeling like a complete idiot when everybody’s laughing at you when you’re getting played by the person in your life at the time. And you just need to take off your rose colored glasses.”
Region: World Filed Under: Music(Related Sections: Music)