Fucking TMZ, wow. L’s expression at the 00:22 second mark is priceless, however.
LL gives us the release of his new single “Whaddup”, as performed on The Grammys last night. From the album, Authentic Hip-Hop.
WOW! Junkie XL tells us: “Back in 2002, after the Elvis remix was released, the amount of artists that were thrown at me to remix, was staggering. LL Cool J’s classic was also thrown into the Computer Hell Cabin with a remix request. I knew back then that I should not touch this classic, but [cont.]
From L’s new album, Authentic Hip-Hop. Who can name that sample?
LL’s 14th studio LP, Authentic Hip-Hop, will be released February 12, 2013. Here is a look at the tracklist. 1. Something About U (FTW) 2. Where Ya At (BOSS) 3. Take It (feat. Joe) 4. Closer (feat. Monica) 5. Too Late 6. New Love 7. Dream With Me 8. Girl So Bad 9. Ratchet 10. [cont.]
LL Cool J appears on Craig Ferguson, and speaks on his new album Authentic Hip-Hop, suggesting it’s coming out in February.
Another single from LL’s ironically titled Authentic Hip-Hop LP.
LL Cool J’s new single is “Ratchet”. Literally. Look out for his new LP, Authentic Hip-Hop, from which this track comes.
With all this talk about Marley’s recent Ableton video, showing how he created LL’s classic “Mama Said Knock You Out”, I figured I’d dig up that old Def Jam white label promo of Marley Marl’s remix of “Mama Said Knock You Out”. As far as I know, this was the only place it was released [cont.]
Zach Sciacca writes: LL Cool J and I got so hype off the Superbowl game; we wrote and recorded this track last night! We did it quick and dirty; for the love. The track was done in 30 minutes. Even though LL was sick he still sounds tight as hell! Check out the GOAT on [cont.]
Recently surfaced conversation between Canibus and LL Cool J during the historical “4,3,2,1″ controversy, which resulted in “Second Round K.O.”.
Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five invite Common, Lupe, and LL Cool J to perform their classic “The Message”, live at last nights Grammy Nominations Concert.
Here is what we found out on this: Back in 1994 K-Def was working on some beats out of the B Room in Marley Marl’s House Of Hits when LL Cool J walked in on his session and said “let’s make some tracks together”. Uncle L had always wanted to rhyme on a track using [cont.]
Says Z-Trip: When Automator played me this track. I knew I wanted to mess with it immediately. LL Cool J was the first person to come to mind. Yeah, he’s a hip hop icon…..BUT more importantly the guy can spit like crazy. Listen to this and see why LL Cool J is a legend. Kasabian [cont.]
Busta and Cool J team for this new collabo with Z-Trip on the cut. Who can name with classic LL song interpolated for the hook? LISTEN: Busta Rhymes – “Killin’ Em” (feat. LL Cool J + Z-Trip)
Ugh, what a mess.
This is making a little bit more sense now…. After news broke out yesterday that LL Cool J would appear on the debut episode of Sarah “It’s Too Hard To Be Governor of Alaska!” Palin’s new Fox News show, Real American Stories, the internet was set ablaze by Cool J’s questionable choice to help kick [cont.]
LL Cool J slides further and further away from relevance with his latest move, to appear on Governor Sarah Palin’s Fox News show, Real American Stories. It’s about “real americans”, not those evil freedom hating socialists that are getting themselves sick all the time. The show will replace On The Record With Greta Van Susteren, [cont.]
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