After 10 albums, Common has one of the most compelling discographies in Hip Hop, in part thanks to this type of streamlined tracklist. Even his utterly skippable mishaps were cases of trying something new to him. Nobody's Smiling is defiant, as full of ...
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Simpsons fans, rejoice!
Pretty soon, you’ll be able to watch EVERY SINGLE EPISODE of the longest running (and one of the greatest) TV series of all time anytime you please, granted you have a working Internet connection, of course.
Last November, FXX made the huge announcement that they had struck an unprecedented deal to obtain the exclusive cable and VOD rights to “The Simpsons” for $750 million, and in April of this year, the network announced that they would airing the longest marathon to ever hit television over 12 days in August.
All good stuff, but you know what’s even better? FXX’s new “Simpsons World” website!
According to the press release:
Be prepared to do nothing else but this app all day, every day. Or, as Uproxx put it, “You will never get anything done ever again.”
In Episode 9 of the second season of VH1′s “Hit the Floor,” Ahsha, Jude, Jelena and Pete all face the aftermath of their actions. Sloane is blown away by something she’s been waiting to hear. Kyle gets tied deeper to Oscar. And Derek, Terrence and Zero are exposed in more ways than one.
After a very successful first season, VH1′s original scripted series “Hit the Floor,” last summer’s #1 new scripted series on cable among Adults 18-49, is back for seconds!
Set in the world of professional basketball, “Hit The Floor’s” season one finale shook up Devils Nation with a new All-Star, a new Devil Girls Director and several new hook-ups. The series, which averaged 1.9 million viewers in its debut season, will pick up right where the juicy drama between the Devil Girls dance team and the coaches and players left off.
Now that Ahsha is single, there’s room for her and Derek to explore a relationship. Sloane has taken the job as Devil Girl Director, adding tension to an already strained mother-daughter relationship. Jelena, team captain, keeps a close eye on Ahsha and Sloane, watching for any opportunity to get rid of them both.
There are love triangles galore as new characters join this spicy soap including Lionel, Coach Davenport’s estranged, starlet wife; Zero, a God-loving superstar player who is immediately drawn to bad girl Jelena; and Jude, an ambitious junior agent who’s come to Devils Arena with a very big agenda.
Everyone has a secret to protect, until a big mystery threatens to expose them all. Hit The Floor season two gets amped up with cliff-hangers in each episode leaving viewers constantly guessing what will happen next. This hot new season brings more sex, drama, secrets and excitement as well as twelve new jaw-dropping dance routines choreographed by the legendary Michael Rooney.
WATCH VH1′S “HIT THE FLOOR” SEASON 2 EPISODE 9 ABOVE
In Episode 13 of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” Season 3, Mimi scores a spot on the cover of Stevie’s magazine thanks to her newfound fame, to Joseline’s chagrin. Meanwhile, Kalenna and Tony make a stunning discovery, and Bambi receives an interesting proposition from Scrappy.
Now in its third season, “LHHATL” continues to give fans an unfiltered look into the lives of those aspiring to make a name for themselves in ATL. With new players entering the game, the stakes are higher than ever before. Who will emerge victorious?
The much buzzed-about series again delivers its signature brand of drama, music, temptation and love, with a few new faces added to the mix.
Hit rappers Yung Joc and Waka Flocka Flame, along with Diddy-Dirty Money’s Kalenna Harper, will join fan favorites Joseline, Stevie J., Mimi, Lil Scrappy, Erica, Karlie, Benzino,Rasheeda and Kirk for another explosive look into the world of Atlanta’s entertainment elite.
WATCH “LOVE & HIP HIP ATLANTA” SEASON 3 EPISODE 13 ABOVE
YG delivers (via Noisey) the official video for his new single “Bicken Back Being Bool,” the DJ Mustard-produced track from his debut album My Krazy Life.
The Alex Nazari-directed video finds YG and his boys enjoying what they think to be a typical day on the block (“bicken back being cool” means “kickin back being cool,” btw) and then all hell breaks loose with gunshots ringing out everywhere, everyone scattering and the cops eventually showing up.
Look out for a cameo from Ty Dolla $ign too.
Watch the video above!