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Though hip-hop has gained an international following since its inception decades ago, MCs attempting crossover from outside the music genre’s birthplace have been relatively rare. One continent that’s had the best track record over time is obviously Europe. From the Golden Era rhyming of Slick...

Stylistically, found footage cinematography has almost become as synonymous with contemporary horror as zombies and torture porn. One of the genre’s biggest beneficiaries post-Blair Witch Projectwas 2009’s Paranormal Activity. Eventually becoming one of the most profitable films ever, it spawned three sequels normally released around Halloween. Subsequent...

“See, I got a lot to say and I ain‘t afraid to say it,” declares Def Jam signee Jhené Aiko on the track “Sailing Not Selling,” taken from her mixtape SailingSoul(s). Those statement lyrics have become an indispensable trademark for the former B2K associate turned R&B flower child.  Her 2011 breakout mixtape would eventually catch the ears of iconic producer and Def Jam Executive VP Dion “No I.D.” Wilson, who signed Aiko to ARTium/Def Jam, an exclusive label venture between the producer andIsland Def Jam.

Following 2003’s Elf, it was safe to assume Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy became next in a long string of blockbuster successes for Will Ferrell. The film stared Ferrell as the extremely egotistical news reporter dealing with the arrival of female co-anchor Veronica Corningstone played by Christina...

The Decoders Cover bands have normally existed for performing tributes which never matched an original tune’s unequivocal genius. Reengineering that notion is Los Angeles-based production collective The Decoders. Accomplished musicians in their own rights, Todd Simon, Itai Shapira and Adam Berg have gone on to effortlessly...

“Some would say hip-hop originated within a marginalized subculture in the South Bronx amongst black and latino youth during the 1970s in New York City. Look at what you have here: A black female artist and Latino male artist.”

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"Strong performances from Vaughn and subtle yet beneficial tweaks to a formulaic script really help turn Delivery Man into an above average comedy." Read my first film review for The Script Lab here....

There hasn’t been more a suitable MC to represent Memphis post-Three 6 Mafia than Yo Gotti. Even before releasing his major label debut Live From The Kitchenlast year, Mr. Mario Mims earned the respect of hip-hop contemporaries, including Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Wale and Nicki Minaj. Going from drug dealing to selling out shows domestically, Yo Gotti took his experiences from the street and applied them to music–both artistically and commercially. He hopes to continue to grow on both ends of the spectrum when he releases I Am November 19th. The first joint venture between his CMG imprint and Epic records, Yo Gotti hopes to transition smoothly from one of hip-hop’s rising stars to label owner.