Archive for March, 2010

NMC & The Empire Present Nicki Minaj – Harajuku R&Barbie

Posted in 1 on March 31, 2010 by bobbybounce

Shout out to


Posted in 1 on March 25, 2010 by bobbybounce

Comin soon! Dropping soon!!!
Big shout out to DJ SCREAM!


Posted in 1 on March 24, 2010 by bobbybounce

Shouts out to B Real.

Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival Set For July

Posted in 1 on March 23, 2010 by bobbybounce

Brooklyn Bodega, producers of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) have announced the 2010 event will take place this July.

Today (March 18), organizers announced that this year’s BHF event will span an entire week, featuring panels, films, theater and independent performances by national and international Hip-Hop talent.

According to West Jackson, the executive director of the BHF, this year’s event will return to the Brooklyn waterfront.

“We have been fortunate enough to host the Festival along the beautiful Brooklyn coast line since our second year [2006],” Jackson told “When the word came down that our home, Empire Fulton Ferry State Park was being closed for renovation we began to work closely with Regina Meyer and the good people at The Brooklyn Bridge Development Corporation. I am excited that not only are we returning to the Tobacco Warehouse for our Main Day, July 10th but have also added Brooklyn Bridge Plaza and New Dock Street. This increased space will allow us to produce two separate stages as well as build a large marketplace for our vendors.”

The dates for the 2010 Brooklyn hip hop Festival are July 5th- 11th, 2010.

More details and performers will be announced over the coming months.

A tentative schedule is listed below:

(MON. 7/5) Show and Prove – Showcase of independent local, national and international talent. Public Assembly, 70 North 6th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. · Bodega Education Initiative

(TUES. 7/6) – Day of panel discussions and seminars. · Hip-Hop Theater

(WED. 7/7) · Classic Hip-Hop Film Night

(THURS. 7/8) – Screening of classic Hip-Hop film “Beat Street” as well as shorts from local filmmakers. · Kickoff Party

(FRI. 7/9) – Party to formally welcome Festival goers, past and current artists and community leaders. · Performance Day

(SAT. 7/10) – Culmination of the 2010 programming. Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, New Dock Street and The Tobacco Warehouse – DUMBO, Brooklyn. · Family Day

(SUN. 7/11) – Closing BHF event is a classically, Brooklyn Block party, which focuses on improving the lives of our youth. Shouts out to


Posted in 1 on March 23, 2010 by bobbybounce

It’s blazing down in Acapulco, Mexico this week for Spring Break and MTV is there soaking up all the fun and broadcasting all the hottest likes. Check out Ludacris x Nicki Minaj, Drake, Trey Songz rocking the stage for those wasted college co-eds.

Joslyn James: This Is the Real Tiger Woods

Posted in 1 on March 23, 2010 by bobbybounce

Joslyn James — former porn star and alleged Tiger Woods mistress — says she published the infamous texts because there’s a lot of BS floating around … and she wants to show the world who Tiger really is.
Joslyn went on the “Keeler in the Morning” radio show in upstate New York today — and said she created her website so the truth could come out and Tiger could take responsibility for his actions.

According to Joslyn — there’s more to come.

Shouts out to TMZ!

Veronica Siwik-Daniels, an exotic dancer and former adult film star, told Bill Keeler, host of the ‘Keeler in the Morning’ radio show, the seedy details of her relationship with the golf star during an interview that will air Friday morning at 7:30 on 92.7 FM The Drive.

“I just wanted the truth to come out and I wanted the public to knew accurate information since people haven’t been getting accurate information from certain people, I’m not going to name any names,” she said. “And I feel also that Tiger hasn’t taken full responsibility for his behavior and the public has a right to know what had really occurred and they can draw their conclusions.”

Daniels, who goes by the stage name ‘Joslyn James’, released a website on Thursday that features more than 100 text messages that she claims were sent to her by Tiger Woods. She said the two met in Las Vegas, where he frequented her place of business.

The messages include arrangements for hotel and flight accommodations, as well as what seems to be requests for graphic sexual encounters.

The texts range in date from July 30, 2009 to October 4, 2009, and in one case, feature ‘Tiger’ asking about a sexual encounter referred to as a ‘golden shower’. She also responded “yes” when she was asked if Woods was into choking and slapping in the bedroom.

“He was into some pretty wild, fun stuff,” he said. “I guess it depends on your version of wild.”

During the interview, Daniels often refused to answer questions and said, “stay tuned to the website,” referring to her newly launched site that she claims will feature much of her story sometime in the near future.

As far as having regrets associated with sleeping with a married man, she said she has none.

“I was not the one that was married he was the one that pursued me,” she said. “I didn’t make vows to anyone. He was the one that made vows and broke vows, not me.”

She told the radio show that she was ‘in love’ with Woods and that he had led her to believe that she was the only mistress. Once the story went public on Thanksgiving Day, she said she quickly learned that Tiger had a number of mistresses.

“He alluded that I was the only girl other than his wife,” said Daniels. “Had he alerted me of the other girls, I would have gone about it in another way.”

Daniels said she was always aware of the fact that Woods was married and that she never thought he was going to leave his wife for her. However, she indicated that he has been less than sincere in his statements thus far.

“I think at this time all he’s trying to do is damage control and that’s it,” she said.

She said more text messages and information about the affair will be posted daily.

allegedly sent her — and the messages hit topics that include slapping, choking, three-ways and golden showers.

The site,, includes texts that say:

– OK, I would like to have a threesome with you and another girl you trust.
– I want to treat you rough, throw you around, spank and slap you
– Have you ever had a golden shower done to you? … just morbid curiosity.
– You are my f**king whore. Hold you down while I choke you

It’s interesting … Joslyn has omitted the messages she sent to Tiger, so we don’t know what she said that may have egged him on.

And then there’s this, on September 8, 2009: “Having a few issues at home. Might be a little later before I see you tonight.” That text is followed by “parent hood melt down :)”

And the last message is dated October 4, 2009. It says, “Don’t f**king talk to me. You almost just ruined my whole life. If my agent and these guys would have seen you there, F**k.”

Congress passes health-care bill

Posted in 1 on March 22, 2010 by bobbybounce

WASHINGTON — Summoned to success by President Barack Obama, the Democratic-controlled Congress approved historic legislation Sunday night extending health care to tens of millions of uninsured Americans and cracking down on insurance company abuses, a climactic chapter in the century-long quest for near universal coverage.

“This is what change looks like,” Obama said a few moments later in televised remarks that stirred memories of his 2008 campaign promise of “change we can believe in.”

Widely viewed as dead two months ago, the Senate-passed bill cleared the House on a 219-212 vote. Republicans were unanimous in opposition, joined by 34 dissident Democrats.

Obama’s young presidency received a badly needed boost as a deeply divided Congress passed the rare piece of legislation that will touch the lives of nearly every American. The battle for the future of the medical system — a sixth of the economy — galvanized Republicans and conservative activists, particularly the anti-government tea party movement.

Far beyond the political ramifications — a concern the president repeatedly insisted he paid no mind — were the sweeping changes the bill held in store for Americans, insured or not, as well as the insurance industry and health care providers that face either smaller than anticipated payments from Medicare or higher taxes.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said the legislation awaiting the president’s approval would extend coverage to 32 million Americans who lack it, ban insurers from denying coverage on the basis of pre-existing medical conditions and cut deficits by an estimated $138 billion over a decade. If realized, the expansion of coverage would include 95 percent of all eligible individuals under age 65.

For the first time, most Americans would be required to purchase insurance, and face penalties if they refused. Much of the money in the bill would be devoted to subsidies to help families at incomes of up to $88,000 a year pay their premiums.

For the president, the events capped an 18-day stretch in which he traveled to four states and lobbied more than 60 wavering lawmakers in person or by phone to secure passage of his signature domestic issue. According to some who met with him, he warned that the bill’s demise could cripple his still-young presidency, and his aides hoped to use the victory on health care as a springboard to success on bills to tackle stubbornly high unemployment that threatens Democratic prospects in the fall.

Johnson’s hand is OK in Syracuse’s win over Gonzaga

Posted in 1 on March 22, 2010 by bobbybounce

Buffalo— So how’s that injured hand now?

“I think it’s fine now,” Wes Johnson replied with a smile.

Johnson, Syracuse’s 6-foot-7 junior forward, gave himself a clean bill of health after a 31-point effort in the Orange’s 87-65 victory over Gonzaga in the second round of the NCAA Tournament here at the HSBC Arena on Sunday.

Johnson hit 11 of his 16 field goal attempts, including 4-of-6 shots from 3-point range, in churning out his career-high 31 points.

Johnson also grabbed 14 rebounds and Syracuse improved to 12-0 when Johnson puts up a double-double.

The performance made it glaringly obvious how much an injured right hand had hampered Johnson in the final weeks of the regular season.

Johnson injured his hand, bruising the area between his thumb and forefinger, in Syracuse’s game against Connecticut on Feb. 10. Over Syracuse’s next five games, Johnson averaged 13.4 points, but more specifically, his shooting fell off. He went 19-for-63 (30.1 percent) in those five games.

“He couldn’t hold (the ball) really well,” Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said Sunday. “He could shoot, but it was sore.”

Johnson started feeling better after taking a cortisone shot the day after Syracuse played St. John’s on March 2. In the four games since then Johnson has averaged 22.7 points. He has shot 33-for-60 (55 percent) from the field and an astonishing 11-for-18 from 3-point range.

“He’s just getting back,” Boeheim said. “If he hadn’t had this injury, he would be up at an even higher level now than he is. He was playing at a really high level and he was getting better. That just took him right back down.

“He wasn’t able to do some things during the last three or four weeks that would have raised his game even more.”

Mark Few didn’t see Johnson when he was dealing with the injury, but the Gonzaga coach came away impressed with Johnson on Sunday.

“Seeing him live right now the way he’s able to shoot it,” Few said, “that turnaround he hit on us on the free-throw line over our extended hand was, you know, that’s what NBA lottery players do.”

Nas & Statik Selektah Live in Hawaii!

Posted in 1 on March 22, 2010 by bobbybounce

This past Friday, With DJ Statik Selektah on the wheels of steel, Nas performed in the 50th state. He runs through “Hip Hop Is Dead”, “N.Y State of Mind” and “It Ain’t Hard To Tell”. Only thing better than that is getting lei’d!

Heather B. Returns With DJ Premier For ‘Open Bar’

Posted in 1 on March 22, 2010 by bobbybounce

DJ Premier will assist Heather B in ending an 8-year album drought by executive-producing her new LP, Open Bar.

Heather B’s last project was 2002’s Eternal Affairs. With production from Pete Rock and DJ Premier, the album met with positive reviews despite not charting on Billboard.

Since then, Heather diversified her portfolio with appearances in commercials, and running a successful business out of the New York metropolitan area.

Although Open Bar is just her third studio album, Heather B has been in the entertainment industry well over 10 years, receiving her first national exposure as a cast member of the original MTV Real World season in 1992.

In 1996, she partnered with Boogie Down Productions for her debut Takin’ Mine, which delivered two regional hits in “All Glocks Down” and “If Headz Only Knew.”

She cites these experiences as the reason her current music is more confident, and immune to the pressures of confirming to today’s image-driven expectations of female rappers.

“When I first came out, I felt like I had to do it and now I want to do it because I’m grown and my music is coming from a sincere and confident place,” Heather explained to “I’m not concerned with any trends or industry misconceptions; I want to put out some good music.”

While Premier is handling the new project’s direction, two other confirmed producers are Pete Rock and Kenny Parker.

The latter is behind on the boards on Open Bar’s lead single “The Game Don’t Stop,” which Heather uses to make a statement on the importance of creative, well-executed Hip-Hop.

“’The Game Don’t Stop’ answers all those questions that people have asked me and what I’ve questioned myself. What the end result of it all is, it doesn’t matter, Quality matters,” she declared.

Open Bar is tentatively scheduled for a May release.