Daily Archives: May 24, 2011

Dirty Money-Looking For Love (Video Teaser)

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This is the trailer for the upcoming “Looking For Love” video from Dirty Money featuring Usher.

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Fresh Daily Live At The Loft

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Brooklyn emcee Fresh Daily performed at The Loft in Hoboken, NJ for the Rapture’s Eve on May 20th. Of course there was no Rapture but Fresh Daily put on a good show in support of The Quiet Life.

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Nikki Lynette-Nobody Loves Me

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Nikki Lynette covers Portishead’s “Sour Times” in her usual genre-bending style. The song is from her mixtape, Roses N’ Guns 2: The BADDER ASSED Mixtape That Rocks that you can download here.

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The Untold Story Of Detroit Hip-Hop (Trailer)

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Footagefadayz.com is putting out a documentary on the early history of Detroit hip-hop. Chuck D narrates the piece that has interviews with people like Esham and DJ Head who talks about the “Renegade” track he produced for Eminem and Jay-Z. There is footage of Proof’s last interview and comments from the man that was with him the night he got killed. Detroit’s pop culture of the ’80’s also gets surveyed with coverage on The Scene and The Electrifying Mojo.

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Meet the Choreographers Behind Beyonce’s Music Video “Girls Run the World”

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the Tofo Tofo Dancers

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Frank Gatson

The much-sought after Frank Gatson has served as Beyonce’s resident choreographer for over a decade. He boasts five MTV Awards for “Best Choreography” and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show. His work with the R&B female icon can be seen in “Single Ladies,” “Diva,” “Crazy in Love” and many more as well as choreographing her world tours, live performances and award shows. He is the driving force behind the moves of the woman the world has come to know as Sasha Fierce. Additionally he has choreographed pieces for a range of other artists including Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Usher, Fantasia, Mary J. Blige, Brandy, Toni Braxton, En Vogue, Ciara, Destiny’s Child and Trey Songz to name a few. Starting off as a background dancer in the video for Michael Jackson’s iconic “Smooth Criminal” he went on to work with Paula Abdul, Debbie Allen, Matthew Rolston and other until he received his “big break” choreographing for legendary R&B girl group En Vogue.

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