Chris Majette posted a Flyers Gallery of the Boarderline Thursday Sessions. The concept of the sessions flyer is really nice : each week the best trick of the night gets the flyer for next week (with some exceptions sometimes)!
CNN’s Alphonso Van Marsh looks at the mad rush to start online video sharing sites. (January 2)
CNN did a reportage on youtube and google video, speaking about the fact that they hosted controversial ‘unedited’ videos of Saddam Hussein being hanged. At the end of the video, the speaker talks about the fact that anyone can post their videos there and the famous gap of Eric Perkett is displayed.
[...] When it comes to Jim Jones, expect the unexpected. “Some people look at him and say he’s a criminal,” explains Hip-Hop mogul Damon Dash, who has known the artist since Jim was 7. “But he has an executive job, he directs his own videos. He can take care of his own destiny, and he’s always up in somebody’s school.” Some didn’t think he’d ever leave the ‘hood, but eight years ago Jim Jones became the co-founder of The Diplomats with Cam’ron.
Two years later, he started directing Dip Set videos, and in 2004, he unveiled his purple liquor “Sizzurp”, which came with its own mixtape, Sippin’ on Sizzurp Vol. I: Getting Drunk on Music. Jones released his own DVD, signed to Koch Records as a solo artist, put out two back-to-back albums (2004’s On My Way to Church and 2005’s Harlem… Diary of a Summer) and now a third, Hustler’s P.O.M.E.
Last year he founded a new label, Byrdgang Records, and also recently announced his sponsorship of his extreme sports team, affectionately called Dipskate. Next up in 2007 is a family line of clothing called Nostic.[...]