Snooki and Bow Wow made a little visit to Anderson Live this week, and graced us with their own beautiful raps. In the segment, Snooki and Bow Wow come up with raps on the spot for Anderson, who modestly denies that he himself cannot rap. Snooki, however, steals the show with her three line rap. “My name is Snooki, I like to play hooky, so give me a cookie,” she said. If I only knew that playing hooky would get my cookies back in the day.
The real star of the show is Bow Wow who raps for Anderson Cooper like nobody’s business. He even turns a simple every day sentence into a rap, blowing Cooper’s mind. I don’t know who’s cuter — Bow Wow for his adorable nature, or Anderson Cooper for his shyness.
Watch the video here:
We’ve been counting how many times Justin Bieber’s rapped on the radio recently and we’re at a whopping three times now.
The Canadian singer dropped by Hot 97.5 to lay down some mad rhymes as his alter ego, Shawty Mane. The hip-hop community is going bananas at how skilled Justin is. Just watch how amazed the radio host is at the end of the video.
It’s no wonder the rumours of Justin appearing on Asher Roth’s new albums are true, according to the Hot 97.5 DJ. If you ask me, Asher and Justin would make a great rapping pair. I can even see Selena appearing in his rap videos shaking her thing.
Let’s hope Asher and Justin hook up for more collaborations and music videos we can all enjoy.
Rapper Tupac Shakur’s only screenplay ever made will be turned into a film, reports MTV News.
A notorious double threat, Tupac produced platinum albums and singles and also earned notices for his acting in films such as “Juice” and “Poetic Justice.”
But the notorious rapper, who studied acting, poetry, jazz and ballet while performing in Shakespearean plays at the Baltimore School for the Arts as a teenager, not only acted in plays and movies, he also apparently wrote them.
Now, the rights to the only full screenplay Shakur wrote while he was in jail, titled “Live 2 Tell,” have been acquired by a production company that plans to start filming the movie next year.
One of the producers Preston Holmes has collaborated with Shakur’s mother, Afeni, on the 2003 documentary “Tupac: Resurrection” and Afeni will be an executive producer on the $11 million project as well.
The script is described as the story of a teenage drug dealer and his struggles to leave a life of crime. It was written by Shakur while he served an 11-month sentence on sexual assault charges.
“This kid was a genius, and the net of it is, he was from this community, he knew the struggles these young people were dealing with,” said Ivan Juzang, whose NStar Studios was behind the acquisition of the screenplay. “And he’s able to talk to young people in 2011, 2012, the same way he was able to talk to young people in 1995.” Holmes had originally contacted Shakur about the script when the rapper was still behind bars.
“We think that the name we need is the name we have, which is Tupac Shakur,” Holmes said.
This is the second attempt at making the film. The script was first optioned more than five years ago by the Insomnia Media Group and was slated to start production in March 2006. No casting for that version was ever confirmed.
I think this is a nice ode to Tupac’s work – the man had some serious talent, and it’s nice to be shared.