I asked this question on Twitter… What’s more important the DC Metro train crash or the Iran protests? Better yet, Chris Browns 5 year probation sentence or Perez Hilton’s black eye… clearly, the Perez Hilton story will not die especially with TMZ’s new cell phone video footage
; however, this is my very last time blogging about it.
Looks like Polo, the Black Eyed Pea’s manager turned himself in to Toronto police. It is believed that he surrendered because officials threatened not to let the group leave the country until they got to the bottom of the mess with Perez Hilton. Out of fear of not being able to keep previously scheduled tour stops, Polo took one for the team and turned himself in. FREE POLO!!! Boom Boom POW!
BTW, is it okay for a flamboyant gay guy (Perez) to call an eccentric guy (Will.I.AM) a faggot?? Help me understand this. Even if Will.I.AM was gay, is it okay for gay people to use the word fag?
I was very fortunate to spend Saturday reliving Hip-Hop’s glory days at the ROCK THE BELLS festival. With 2008 marking the first year the ROCK THE BELLS festival will go global with four stops in Europe and one in Japan highlights of the festival include a return to the Glen Helen Pavilion in San Bernardino, CA where last year’s show sold out with a capacity crowd of 45,000 people. Although, I was back stage the entire show and was not able to enjoy the festival as a true fan due to the heat in San Bernardino, the performances I did catch were truly special. Not to mention, it was great being able to mix it up with old friends like Fat Lip (Pharcyde), Fuzzy (Los Angeles’s Power 106), Hen Gee (Ice-T), Herm & Jackie (Dub Magazine), Bri aka DJ 88 and be in the presence of others including will.I.AM (Black Eyed Peas), Rakim, and many more. As you can imagine my number one highlight was seeing NAS perform One Mic. If you love Hip-Hop and you are up to being Exposed to
this is a must see festival.
About the Festival
Rock The Bells is an annual hip hop festival that took place in California, until just recently when it was announced that the festival will travel to multiple locations. The first festival was held in 2004, and featured a re-united Wu-Tang Clan, who performed 4 months before Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s death. ROCK THE BELLS has established itself as a world-class hip-hop platform by hosting legendary performances. The 2007 festival series included performances by a reunited Rage Against the Machine, the Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band and many more. The tradition of top names and memorable performances continues in 2008 as the line-up and routing for this year’s ROCK THE BELL 2008 International festival series powered by SanDisk included hip-hop all-stars A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Nas, Mos Def, Rakim, Method Man & Redman, Raekwon & Ghostface (Cuban Linx), Immortal Technique, Dead Prez, Murs, Kidz In The Hall and the reunited The Pharcyde, and special guests. Fans will also see performances by the brightest names in the emerging electro-hip hop scene including Spank Rock, Santogold, Kid Sister, Wale, Jay Electronica and The Cool Kids with hosts B-Real of Cypress Hill and the world renowned Supernatural.
For more information about the festival and a complete line-up please visit ROCK THE BELLS website.
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of Mos Def, Method Man, Q-Tip, M.I.A., Raekwon, and Nas