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Flavor Flav House of Chicken

Flavor Flav House of Chicken

Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav has step out from reality shows and ventured into the restaurant business.  And Rightfully so, Flav, whose real name is William Jonathan Drayton, is the son of a restaurateur and attended culinary school in the 1970s before gaining fame as a member of the rap group Public Enemy in the ’80s.  He now lives in the Las Vegas Valley.

On Thursday, Flav opened his latest soul food take-out spot.  “Flavor Flav House of Chicken”, at 3333 S. Maryland Parkway, offers such menu items as fried chicken, fried shrimp and red velvet waffles. Chicken dinners are $6 to $10, and an eight-piece box of fried chicken is priced at $12.99. About 100 people attended a grand opening ceremony.

               

               

 

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Welcome Back Mystikal

Welcome Back Mystikal

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mystikal spoke with Power 105.1 Breakfast Club about dropping his new album on Cash Money’s label.  The exact release date is uncertain, however Mystikal says it may drop towards the end of the year.  He talks about the six years he spent in prison.  He says,  the beefs were non-existing because he was among fans.   He mentions the lady who put him behind bars.  He wishes her well and blessings.

From this interview he’s all about fitting in today’s rap community and getting his money.

Watch the full interview here.

 

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DMX Says He’s Off The Hard Stuff And “Not Impressed”

DMX Says He’s Off The Hard Stuff And “Not Impressed”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DMX surfaced on Power 105.1 “The Breakfast Club” this morning.  During the interview they asked him how he felt about today’s hip hop, Drake, and Rick Ross.  Without hesitation, he flat out said, “I don’t like Drake”.  On Ross he said, “All he does is rap about weed and food”.

He also featured his latest single with Machine Gun Kelly.  You can listen here.

Check out the 23 min interview here.

 

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J-Cole Hangs out with Digital Underground and goinwaybackshow.com

J-COLE HANGS WITH DIGITAL UNDERGROUND BACKSTAGE AND TELLS HOW HE USED TO DO IT BACK IN THE DAY!

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SKID ROW MUSIC FESTIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS!!!

SKID ROW MUSIC FESTIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS!!!
The place was  6th and Gladys Ave. right in the heart of LA’s Skid Row. the historic “Operation Skid Row Music Festival” took place the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, the 20th anniversary year of the Rodney King riots and the 25th anniversary year of Public Enemy’s existence. Making the event possible were Pete White and LA CAN, Chuck D from Public Enemy and Skid Row’s General Jeff. The goal of the free show was for hip-hop artists to perform gratis for skid row residents, and to spotlight the economic and political plight of L.A.’s homeless. Participants included Public Enemy, Kurupt, King T, Egyptian Lover, Nipsey Hussle, Mellow Man Ace and Zzyzzx, Sir Jinx and General Population, Yo-Yo, OG Kid Frost, Lady of Rage, LA Posse, Breeze, Rapper’s Rapp Group, Ronnie Hudson, X-Clan, Freestyle Fellowship, Stylistik Jones, Medusa, M*A*S*K featuring Money-B from Digital Underground, Knowledge and more.
Skid Row artists included Twin- Skid Row Flowing, Unkal Bean, the Skid Row Players aka the Skid Row drummers, Skid Row Unit, College Division and Crushow! Check out photos from the event and short video featuring Public Enemy, Egyptian Lover, and M*A*S*K.

 

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Heavy D Cause of Death Revealed

Heavy D Cause of Death Revealed

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to TMZ the cause of Heavy D’s death was pulmonary embolism caused by deep leg vein thrombosis.  In short, blood clots in his lungs was the cause of death.

R.I.P Heavy D.

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