Archives for August 2009

The rumors are true. MTV The Hills reality star Audrina Patridge is leaving the show.

Audrina Patridge who has added flava to the show with her rocker chick, bad boy dating, insecure self has announced she is leaving after this season airs. We’ll get to catch her on her own show “Sorority Row.”

Raekwon’s Album Release Party Sep 8, 2009 at Santos Party House in NYC

In celebration, Hip Hop royalty and fans alike will gather together on Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at Santos Party House, to welcome back one of Hip Hop’s favorite MC’s Raekwon The Chef. To host the evening festivities will be none other than recording executive, performer, producer writer, arranger, clothing designer, and Broadway actor Sean “Diddy” Combs alongside HOT 97 morning personality Peter Rosenberg as DJ Kid Capri warm up the crowd on the wheels of steel. This album release party, presented by Ice H20 Records and Littles, is expected to be one of those legendary moments in New York City Hip Hop.

Throwback Friday- Sly and the Family Stone “Everyday People”

I wanted to go back a little further this week and tap a 60s classic. Sly and the Family Stone’s “Everyday People” became an anthem for so many things over the decades especially when it comes to equality and civil rights related to ethnicity, sexuality, and religion just to name a few.

Diamond Dog New York re-launches as ELLIE ROCKS NYC

New York, NY–August 26, 2009: ELLIE ROCKS NYC formerly Diamond Dog New York, is reintroducing the luxury line of fine jewelry for style hounds. The whimsical motifs inspired by designer Suzanne Mates’ pet dachshund ‘Ellie’ include Pit Bulls with attitude, high fashion Chihuahuas and many other artistically transformed breeds as well as bones, paw prints, crowns, and hearts.

MTV’s Real World Cancun (Season 22): What on earth is up with the girls?

I haven’t spoken out about this season, but believe me, I’ve been watching! So, I just finished watching episode 10…you know the one with the threesome. Don’t sleep on Canadian DJ Guy Pat (hereafter referred to as DJ Guy), he’s an opportunist and proved to have more game then attractiveness to me.