Jay-Z declared retirement after 2003's "The Black Album". It was a devastating moment in the hip-hop world. Eight years later, Jay-Z's claim to leaving his voice behind has proven to be the worst retirement in history.
Jay-Z brings with him the soul of hip-hop. Between cement-shattering beats and words that flow so effortlessly we should only be thankful that he hasn't let hip-hop die just yet.
His new song "Ni**as In Paris" featuring his apprentice, Kanye West, proves he's still got it.
Jay-Z shows off his natural talent at the 2011 Victoria Secret Fashion Show
Disaster strikes once again for the musically inclined and has proven that def-mutes are now taking over the world of iTunes top 10.
Coming in at Number 10 is the hit single from the show Glee, titled: We Are Young. To better understand why people have gotten so teen-bop-horny for this song I decided to further my education and watch the music video. After a grueling 2 minites and 35 seconds I wasted watching this I got two things out of it:
1. Kids who sing in plaid collared shirts for 2 minutes and 35 seconds while smiling the whole time just got as "high as the empire state buliding in the bathroom".
2. Kudos to the casting director for making it a point to include all ethnicities joining together as one and not forgetting the handicaps as well. The kid in the wheel chair looks like he might be struggling with the dance routine but by-golly he's still smiling!!
Jamie Anderson throws down an impressive video segment in "Paint It Gold" from Tall Teez. Her almost perfect 2011 season has put her standing on the podium at every major contest this season including the Dew Tour, TTR and the Euro X-Games.
Anderson's segment video shows a great deal of versatility as she charges some huge booters in the park, shows she can jib with the best of them and elegantly hauls ass while doing some big mountain riding. Props to Jamie for her awesome season.