Archive for December, 2009

ZoeMou on SpeakerTV

Posted in Fashion with tags on December 21, 2009 by tedwai

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The Wife Beater is Back

Posted in Hip Hop channel, Music with tags , , , , on December 16, 2009 by tedwai

J.Cole Interview

Posted in Hip Hop channel, Music with tags , , , , on December 16, 2009 by tedwai

John Mayer – Who Says Video

Posted in Music, Rock'en channel with tags , , on December 16, 2009 by tedwai

New Leak off Rebirth

Posted in Art/ off the wall, Hip Hop channel, Music with tags , , , , on December 16, 2009 by tedwai

The Rebirth (delayed until February) collabo that Weezy’s wanted since forever, since “Forever” doesn’t count.

And yes, Em Renegade’d this.

Rihanna Gq Cover Shoot

Posted in Art/ off the wall, Hip Hop channel, Music with tags , on December 16, 2009 by tedwai

(click to enlarge…yeah, I know you will ; )

Rihanna is the covergirl of the latest GQ magazine…and in the shallow Q&A, the writer tries to find something new to talk about with RiRi in vain. It doesn’t help that throughout the interview, Rihanna’s manager is said to be hovering…censoring topics that Rihanna willingly discussed with Diane Sawyer, with Angie Martinez and  others

GQ: Did you blame yourself?
Rihanna: Initially? I mean…actually, no, I never blamed myself, but I wondered what, what did I do to provoke it?…
(This is the breaking point. Hovering Manager chimes in with “You’ve exhausted it now.”)

That pretty much sums up the interview. The writer does manage to ask about the rumor that a herpes transmission caused the fight with Chris Brown. Which obviously Rihanna shoots down. Duh.

But lets be honest…who cares about the terse Q&A…the photos are insanely hot.  there’s no question…she  is killin’ these chicks out here. Dead!

Japanorama

Posted in Art/ off the wall with tags , on December 10, 2009 by tedwai

Japanorama is a documentary series focusing on Japanese films, TV shows, anime, manga & culture, hosted by Jonathan Ross. Interviews include those with Lone Wolf and Cub comic writer Kazuo Koike, director Takeshi Miike, and many more. Jonathan Ross visits the set of the current Ultraman TV series, allows two former Godzilla actors to stomp model buildings, and speaks with Japan’s top animators. Clips include those from Ringu, Spirited Away, Audition, Godzilla pics, some of Akira Kurosawa’s films, Babycart movies and many more. Manga artist Junko Mizuno, who is interviewed, provides cartoon characters that are used throughout the series.

You don’t have to have any knowledge about Japan to watch this documentary. It’s just an entertaining documentary about their culture on many levels. Welcome to the crazy world of Japan!