Archive for March, 2011

Rihanna Reveals Sexual Fantasies, “I Like To Be Spanked”

Posted in 1 on March 31, 2011 by bobbybounce

Grammy-winning singer Rihanna opens up about her sexual fantasies and appreciating a male lover who knows how to take charge under the sheets in the new issue of Rolling Stone.

Based on excerpts from her feature, RiRi does not hold back when it comes to explicit topics.

“Being submissive in the bedroom is really fun. You get to be a little lady, to have somebody be macho and in charge of your sh*t. That’s fun to me…I like to be spanked. Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned – you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs. I’d rather have him use his hands.” (Rolling Stone)
She also reflected on the impact of child abuse on her current sexual appetite.

“I think I’m a bit masochistic and I did not realize it until recently. I think that is common in people who witnessed abuse in their childhood.” (Rolling Stone)
Earlier this year, RiRi showcased some sexuality in her explicit “S&M” music video.

The diva is back with her new single S&M – and the video is so steamy, it’s already been banned from 11 countries and counting. The vid features 22-year-old RiRi, writhing around in white latex (“with lube”, she says), sucking a banana (“I made ’em give me a spit bucket in between takes”), wearing bondage gear and simulates sex with a lifesize doll. And the words to the song are just as dirty as the images. “Sex in the air, I don’t care, I love the smell of it,” she sings. “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but chains and whips excite me.” Oo-er! Southern Asian countries immediately banned it. (Mirror)
When asked about singers like RiRi and Keri Hilson expressing their sexuality in music videos, R&B hitmaker Lloyd told SOHH it was all natural.

“Yeah man, it’s good,” Lloyd told SOHH about Rihanna and Keri Hilson’s racy videos. “I mean, I don’t even think they’re spicy I just think that for a long time [the music industry] has mostly been controlled by us, the young people. I mean, the biggest names in R&B right now are probably all under the age of 25 or right there at 25. I just think what you’re seeing is people growing up and exploring our sexualities on-camera and expressing themselves, you know. Not in a negative way, even though it may be offensive to some people, it’s not negative. It’s just an expression of what’s art. I think it’s always been controversial even in these times.” (SOHH)
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Rihanna Covers Rolling Stone

Posted in 1 on March 27, 2011 by bobbybounce

DJ Megatron Murdered In Staten Island

Posted in 1 on March 27, 2011 by bobbybounce

The NY Daily News reports, radio and TV personality, DJ Megatron was shot and killed around 2 am this morning in Clifton. Currently, no arrests have been made nor eyewitness have been found. Megatron worked at various radio stations along the East Coast including Hot 97 and was a regular host on BET’s 106 & Park. Our hearts go out to his family and friends.
A Staten Island DJ considered to be a rising star in the hip hop world was shot to death early Sunday in a possible rubout, police said.

DJ Megatron was down the street from his Staten Island home when his killer approached about 2 a.m. and fired a single shot with deadly accuracy, police said.

The round slammed into the torso of the 32-year-old regular on BET’s “106 & Park,” whose given name was Corey McGriff. He died on the street.

As NYPD detectives combed the scene of the whodunit, DJ Megatron’s family reeled from their sudden loss.

“It is just earth-shattering,” his mother, Louvenia McGriff, 60, told the Daily News by telephone from her Georgia home.

“Words can’t describe the way my husband and I feel right now. I just don’t know how we’re going to make it without him. He was our golden child.”

A person who was in the area and heard the gunshot called 911, police said. By the time paramedics arrived at the scene on Osgood Ave. in Clifton, DJ Megatron was dead.

He was lying on the pavement, his eyes facing the sky, his head close to the curb. A baseball cap was at his side.

NYPD forensics experts analyzed the crime scene for more than four hours as detectives canvassed the area, desperate to find a lead in the puzzling case. No witnesses have come forward.

“We don’t know what the motive was. We don’t know what preceded the incident, and we would love it if some witnesses came forward,” a police source said.

Family and friends of the slain DJ said he had a friendly personality and was not one to make enemies with people on the street. They could not believe someone would take his life.

“I’m still shocked that somebody killed him. I can’t even understand why,” said one close friend who asked not to be identified. “I can’t see it being a personal thing because I don’t know of anybody who had a personal issue with him.”

But about three months ago, a person who claimed Megatron owed them money began posting a flurry of nasty messages on nearly all of the deejay’s videos on YouTube.

“I always helped him out whenever he needed it, without a question,” said the poster, who used the handle “MegaPayup.”

“This one time tho, I was the fool. Did him a huge favor cuz i understand we all need the help at times. Time arrived for Mega to own up to his responsibility and what do u know? He is dodging me. How ugly is that?”

The poster railed in another comment: “How are u [a] superstar but yet can’t pay a f—–g phone bill. Dude, I told u all u had to do was pay the f—–g bill. I tried to help u out but u wanna play me, right? Bite the hands that feed u, right Mega??

“Bad s–t will continue happening to u, dude!”

DJ Megatron’s mother said her son had never said anything about owing someone a debt.

“I wouldn’t doubt that he may have borrowed money,” she said. “We all have to do that now and then. I don’t know about any financial hardship.”

One police source said DJ Megatron did not appear to be the victim of a robbery. An NYPD official could not say whether detectives are looking at the YouTube commenter as a possible suspect.

DJ Megatron showcased his talents on the hip hop radio station Hot 97 before signing on with BET. He was a regular performer on the city’s club scene.

His family said he had three children. The oldest is 11 and the youngest, a son, was born about nine months ago.

A close friend who showed up at the crime scene about 4 a.m. said she had talked to DJ Megatron a few hours before his was killed.

“He just called me,” Lisa Torres said. “He asked me if I was going to [a friend’s] party.”

Torres became inconsolable.

“He’s right there on the ground. I can’t believe this,” she screamed as she broke down, refusing to accept the awful reality.

“You’re lying! You’re lying! That’s not Megatron right there!”

Police ask anyone with information to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers tipline at 800-577-TIPS. All calls are confidential.


Snoop Dogg Gets Nate Dogg Tattoo

Posted in 1 on March 27, 2011 by bobbybounce

Snoop Dogg paid a visit to tattoo artist Mister Cartoon and got his arm inked in tribute to Nate Dogg.

Following the public wake the previous day, family and friends said their farewells yesterday during Nate Dogg’s funeral service at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal. Nate’s manager, Rod McGrew spoke during the service and had this to say:

“He fought a hard fight. The last three years were unbelievable. He didn’t give up. He just had a talk with God and gave up. Two hours before that he was fine. He wanted to go to heaven and hang with his boys. He loved Tupac. He recorded with him. He wanted to hang with Biggie. But the most important thing is that he can walk around heaven with his favorite artist of all time, Michael Jackson.” R.I.P. NATE DOGG.

Howard Stern Sues Sirius XM

Posted in 1 on March 22, 2011 by bobbybounce

Howard Stern, who seems to be in a perpetual fight with his bosses, is at it again.

The production company for the radio personality is suing Sirius XM, claiming the satellite radio company has refused to pay stock awards it owes to him based on subscriber targets in Stern’s contract. The lawsuit also says Sirius owes money to Stern’s agent under a consulting agreement.

“World-renowned radio personality Howard Stem (“Stem”) put Sirius on the map,” the lawsuit says. “But, with the exception of a stock award that Sirius paid for the initial year of Stem’s contract, Sirius has refused to pay One Twelve [the production company for Stern’s show] the additional performance-based stock awards to which One Twelve is entitled.”

Remember that Stern jumped from broadcast radio to Sirius in a deal starting in 2006. Stern’s contract had an initial value of $500 million in cash and stock. As his original agreement drew to a close, last year Stern persistently teased listeners about the possibility of leaving Sirius for greener pastures. He eventually re-signed for undisclosed contract terms.

Stern’s lawsuit says Sirius made the initial stock payment awards tied to the company’s subscriber levels, but stopped paying them after 2007. The lawsuit said Stern and his agent didn’t press the matter “while Sirius was struggling or reportedly on the verge of bankruptcy.”

Last year, according to the lawsuit, an official from Stern’s agency asked a Sirius executive about the stock payments. The executive said Sirius didn’t owe anything.

It’s hard to tell from one side of this contract dispute, but it appears the disagreement centers on whether subscribers from XM, the rival satellite company Sirius absorbed in 2008, count toward the subscriber goals in Stern’s contract.

Alchemist On Prodigy’s New Hunger, “No Disrespect, It’s Not A Shyne Situation”

Posted in 1 on March 19, 2011 by bobbybounce

Mobb Deep producer Alchemist has weighed in on Prodigy’s return home from a three-year jail sentence and how the Queens rapper seems rejuvenated.

Comparing P’s microphone return to the lackluster reaction fans gave Shyne with his new music following a ten-year sentence, Al said the gritty rapper is back to business.

“He’s home man,” Alchemist told reporters with a smile when asked about Prodigy. “[Our studio sessions?] Outstanding. He came right back to the ground running. That sh*t was kind of amazing. I’ve never seen anybody, no disrespect, it’s not a Shyne situation. No disrespect, but he’s like better than before. He sounds young — he’s got a book that’s like the size of a phone book — it’s just like scripts…The energy’s real good. Him and Havoc are perfect — he’s go the right people around, I’m over there making some sh*t, Hav’s making some sh*t. It’s really internal.” (VIBE)
Earlier this week, Prodigy and Havoc dropped their Alchemist-produced track, “Love Y’All More.”

Fresh off his prison bid, Prodigy reunites with Havoc for the first post-incarceration Mobb Deep track “Love Y’all More.” The gushy soul-sampled tune, produced by Mobb affiliate Alchemist, is a return to form for the Queens duo, with gruff rhymes dedicated to the fans for holding P down while he was serving his time. “Through the thick and the thin, strong and the long/ We love y’all, ’cause y’all love us/ We love ya’ll more,” raps the newly-liberated Prodigy. (Rap-Up)
A few days ago, Prodigy gave his first post-jail interview with The Source.

“It feels incredible, man,” P said when asked about his feelings since being released from jail last week. “I’m just happy to be back, be back to work on the music and everything we got to take care of. A lot of the things I was doing [in jail], I was writing a lot of blogs and putting it out there on the websites and the streets. I was writing a lot of lyrics, of course, for songs and I tried my hand at some poetry, different writing types of stuff. At this point in my life, I see a lot of people — just doing the same thing. Nobody’s unique. Everybody copies off each other, everybody wears the same kind of stuff. Nobody’s an individual anymore.” (The Source)
G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks recently talked about wanting to make new records with P.

The self-proclaimed Punch Line King announced a special track he has in mind for his former G-Unit teammate Prodigy. “I haven’t spoken to him yet,” Banks said. “We gonna get something done.” Banks added that he has, however, been in contact with the gruff-voiced rapper’s longtime producer and comrade the Alchemist and promised that the pair will work together. He mentioned that he already has a record in mind for the collaboration, which would include another artist. “I had the crazy record, [but] I’m not gonna say the other feature, but hopefully I get a good one,” he teased.

Mobb Deep – Love Yall More *NEW* 2011

Posted in 1 on March 17, 2011 by bobbybounce

Shout out to Mobb Deep, King Benny, Funkmasterflex and Hot 97 in NYC.

BREAKING NEWS: Nate Dogg Dies At 41

Posted in 1 on March 16, 2011 by bobbybounce

West Coast rap veteran Nate Dogg has reportedly passed away at the age of 41 after years of suffering from medical complications including two strokes in 2007 and 2008.

Reports of the singer/rapper’s passing emerged online early Wednesday (March 16) morning.

Nathaniel D. Hale, known in the music industry as Nate Dogg, died Tuesday, his family announced. The rap star, born and reared in Long Beach, Calif. was 41. Cause of death is not known. However, Hale had suffered two strokes, one in 2007 and another in 2008. Details will be available later. (Press-Telegram)
His death was later confirmed by media outlet TMZ.

Hip-hop star Nate Dogg died Tuesday after battling health issues for several years … TMZ has confirmed. Nate Dogg — real name Nathaniel D. Hale — had survived strokes in 2007 and 2008 … and was famous for his smooth vocal collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Warren G. and Dr. Dre to name a few. (TMZ)
In 2009, Warren G spoke to SOHH about Nate’s condition and wanting to raise funds for him.

“I’m talking to Snoop [Dogg] to try and do a new 213 album,” G revealed. “And we’d dedicate it to Nate. You know what I’m saying? It’s up to him if he wanna collaborate on it, we can do it. But I’ve been sending it out left and right for him to holler at me about it, we can talk and do it, you know what I’m saying? So it’s nothing, it’s easy.” (SOHH)
Nate’s run in hip-hop dates back to the early 1990’s.

After showcasing his laid-back rapping/singing delivery on Dr. Dre’s classic debut album “The Chronic,” Nate Dogg was featured on Warren G’s 1994 single “Regulate,” which peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100. The song was the first of a number of hip-hop singles, including Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode,” Fabolous’ “Can’t Deny It,” Ludacris’ “Area Codes” and Eminem’s “Shake That,” to feature a vocal hook from the rapper. Nate Dogg’s most recent solo album, “Nate Dogg,” was released in 2008. Shouts out to
Rest in Peace Nate Dogg……

Denny Love “Fuck You” (Cee Lo Green Cover)

Posted in 1 on March 15, 2011 by bobbybounce

Dennis that was AMAZING!!!!! The Dennis Padula Band’s official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. Follow him on twitter @Dennylovemusic

Prodigy & Lloyd Banks Light “Some Fire” In The Lab

Posted in 1 on March 15, 2011 by bobbybounce

G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks has remained true to his word of getting in the studio with recently released Mobb Deep member Prodigy by publicly revealing a public session.

Early Saturday (March 12) morning, Banks tweeted a picture alongside Capital P.

“@PRODIGYMOBBDEEP got some fire!!and he’s on cold corner 2,” Banks tweeted.
“RT @SLOWBUCKS_TV: ” & da studio with da homies @PRODIGYMOBBDEEP & @Lloydbanks putting it 2gether#KeepUp(Lloyd Banks’ Twitter)
This week, Banks revealed his intent to secure some studio time with Prodigy.

The self-proclaimed Punch Line King announced a special track he has in mind for his former G-Unit teammate Prodigy. “I haven’t spoken to him yet,” Banks said. “We gonna get something done.” Banks added that he has, however, been in contact with the gruff-voiced rapper’s longtime producer and comrade the Alchemist and promised that the pair will work together. He mentioned that he already has a record in mind for the collaboration, which would include another artist. “I had the crazy record, [but] I’m not gonna say the other feature, but hopefully I get a good one,” he teased.
Once P was released from jail earlier this week, 50 Cent publicly welcomed home the rapper.

“my man Prodigy is free! check out his first pic #WelcomeBackP @PRODIGYMOBBDEEP tweetedMonday (March 7). (50 Cent’s Twitter)
P’s release from a three-year weapons conviction sentence became public record Monday morning.

According to the NYS Department of Correctional Services, prisoner 08A1481 better known as Prodigy, was released from Mid-State Correctional Facility in upstate N.Y. after serving a three year sentence on weapons charges. Welcome back, dun.”