Nas: The tone deaf emcee

The Tone Deaf Emcee

[minnosh_ext_dropcap font-size=”75″ font-weight=”700″]L[/minnosh_ext_dropcap]ast week we celebrated legendary Queens rapper Nas’ esteemed career by commemorating the…

The Break-up

The Break-up

Breaking-up is hard to do, but alleged break-ups are even worse. When Havoc of Mobb…

Dame Diddy or Dame Daddy

Dame Diddy, Dame Daddy or Dame Dummy

[minnosh_ext_dropcap font-size=”75″ font-weight=”700″]T[/minnosh_ext_dropcap]here was a time when the name Dame Dash rang bells in the…

Mega Millions lotto tickets

Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems

Hey, didn’t win the record setting Mega Millions over half a billion dollar jackpot?? Me…

The Usual Suspects: The Wire

The Usual Suspects: The Wire

It’s surreal, too real, vividly visual, disturbingly descriptive, brilliant and refreshingly groundbreaking. All of these terms can be used when describing HBO’s new show ‘The Wire’, which premiered its second season on Sunday June 1st. The show’s realism, coupled with the idea that this could be taking place in a town near you, forces us to care about what happens to each and every character. It’s nothing less than a cinematic masterpiece captured within the confines of a television screen. And after going to the premiere I have to say for those not in the know, ‘The Wire’ will be HBO’s next smash hit series. Our sit down with Lance Reddick, Idris Elba, Michael K. Williams and Wood Harris offers insight as to why ‘The Wire’ is on the verge of extreme success.

Mario, Growing Pains

Growing Pains

With that being said Mario is a throwback to days of yore. After getting signed…