Posts Tagged ‘culture’

VIDEO: Snoop Lion – Reincarnated (Full Movie)

Snoop Lion released an album and a documentary styled movie of the same name which was shown in select theaters in the United States. The film traces Snoop Dogg’s transition to Snoop Lion where he travels to Jamaica, embraces their culture and creates the studio LP while spreading the message of non-violence. Watch the movie.

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Mountain Dew & Complex Media Launch Green Label Entertainment Website

Mountain Dew has been experimenting in the world of music and youth culture over the years after partnering with Lil Wayne. The beverage company has decided to jump into the digital lifestyle arena after announcing a partnership with Complex Media to launch the new Green Label entertainment and culture website.

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Nicki Minaj will be getting her own Barbie courtesy of Mattel

Some things can be talked into existence: Nicki Minaj will be getting her own Barbie courtesy of Mattel….

Mattel is making a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll in the likeness of Nicki Minaj, which will be available for auction at CharityBuzz.com.

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Memorable Moments with Soul Train & Don Cornelius (RIP)

“Soul Train” was one of the most influential music and cultural programs on television. Known as the longest-running, first-run, nationally syndicated program in television history, “Soul Train” featured notable artists spanning the gamut of R&B/soul, funk and hip-hop from James Brown, the Jackson Five, Elton John and Patti LaBelle to later, Eric B. & Rakim,

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Lady Gaga Breaks Twitter Record

Lady Gaga has become the first to gain an astronomical following on the popular social site, a barrier she defeated over this past weekend

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**** Clark Passes Away At 82, The Hip-Hop Community Reacts

Iconic entertainment host **** Clark has passed away at the age of 82 from a heart attack. Best known as the host for “American Bandstand” as well as his Times Square appearances on “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve,” Clark is already being fondly remembered by the hip-hop community

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