Howard Stern interviews are good, but this interview with 50 Cent is even better. In the hour long interview, he talked about his encounters with Michael Jackson, new music, beef with The Game, Whoo Kid, romances including Chelsea Handler & Ciara, “friend” Daphne Joy and much more
After the jump, check out another clip from Howard Stern & the full-length interview with 50 Cent
Michael Jackson’s Bad 25 documentary aired on Thanksgiving night on ABC. The film, directed by Spike Lee, commemorates the 25th anniversary of MJ’s Bad album. To date, the album is 8 times platinum in the U.S. along with over 40 million copies sold worldwide.
The documentary features commentary from Stevie Wonder, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Quincy Jones, and Justin Beiber. Video courtesy of MWP.
First of all, R.I.P. Heavy D. I guess the title is somewhat unfair, let me explain though. I hate it when people talk horrible about a person when they are alive, but completely flip the script when they die. They’re dead, you can’t hurt them anymore. You made their life miserable, now they’re dead, and you praise their accomplishments? Heavy D’s people weren’t bad, but the passing of Heavy D sparked the thought. The fans who are killin’ me are mostly Michael Jackson, and Amy Winehouse “fans”.
The way people are celebrating Conrad Murray’s verdict makes it seem like Conrad Murray broke into Michael Jackson’s home and shot him to death. Then he stabbed him 19 times, took his heart out, took a bite, then threw it in the pool. All this in front of Blanket. No. Conrad Murray is actually a good guy. He was just caught up in an unfortunate situation. Calm down people. Nothing to celebrate here. Yo LaToya, justice was served here? Not really. You’re killin’ me.
Michael Jackson – “Hollywood Tonight” Official Music Video.
From Michael Jackson’s posthumous album Michael. Track was produced by Teddy Riley.
The girl dancing in this vid is too sick.
Michael Jackson ft Akon – Hold My Hand Official Music Video.
Off MJ’s posthumous album titled Michael. Out Tuesday!
Michael Jackson – Earth Song
Just reminiscing about my favourite MJ tracks. I thought I would post this up to remind everyone what a great video and song this is.
The lyrics are also inspiring and makes you think…
This tribute was performed in Sweden by a dance collective called Bounce on July 8, 2009.
They invited members of the public to a short choreographed session before performing in front of the public.
This is the video of the Michael Jackson accident when his hair was set on fire filming a Pepsi commercial. The video was finally released after 25 years!
This is it Tour Auditions and Rehearsals
I wonder how the dancers must feel right now. It can’t be good. Working with MJ must have been the best experience of their life.