Paris Hilton debuts her extended trailer for her new song, Good Time with label mate, Lil' Wayne. With EDM style, she's honed her skills under the mentorship of Birdman.
The lyrics are weak, but I still can't stop watching. How can you look so toned when all you do is talk about drinking and partying? The new single isn't out yet, but the extended trailer is here. Here is your guilty pleasure of the week!
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Apparently Paris Hilton signing to Cash Money back in May was no joke. The singer is preparing for the release of her first single with the label, entitled "Good Time," which features Lil Wayne. In an interview with MTV, Hilton let it be known that this upcoming release is only the beginning of her plans to break back into the music industry.
"Music has always been a big passion of mine, but I've just been so busy with everything else. But I've recorded some incredible songs, EDM-influenced, electro-pop, and working with very talented producers," said Hilton. "I'm excited to be signed with Cash Money...working with Birdman and Slim, they're amazing guys, and I'm really happy to be a part of the Cash Money family."
The Cash Money-Hilton alliance appears to be in full effect, which is a little bit terrifying. The video for "Good Time,"set to drop October 8th, doesn't seem to be nearly as appalling as anything Miley Cyrus has put out lately. Check out the teaser below:
Lil Wayne performs "A Milli" alongside cool guy Justin Bieber, as Floyd Mayweather walks to the ring
This was a sight to see — one that I hoped someone put on Vine right away so I can relive how weird it was to see Floyd Mayweather, a rapping Lil Wayne (I think... his mic was on, right?), and a swagged out, out of place Justin Bieber on loop. I'll settle for the video, which you can see above ICYMI as well. Mayweather (predictably) got the W, then I was sleepy, and fell asleep on the couch. Just adding some personal experience for you guys.
This ring entrance still falls short of Mike Tyson coming out to 2Pac's "Ambitionz As A Ridah". For an early #OldSchoolSundays, watch that below. The equivalent to the above would obviously be if 'Pac was there to perform it on Tyson's right and then I don't know... Madonna on the right...
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Mike Tyson enters to 2Pac's "Ambitionz As A Ridah" #OldSchoolSundays
As we all know, Dave Chappelle is a close friend of the hip hop scene and a very good storyteller. While on his ongoing comedy tour, the comedian shared a couple of priceless stories on Kanye West and Lil Wayne. If you liked #ClassicKanye with that rant last night, then you'll love this story of #ClassicKanye:
On Kanye West's rise to stardom:
"The first time Kanye West was on television was on the Chappelle’s Show. It was the week that The Black Album came out. I’ll never forget. We were all sitting in the trailer listening to The Black Album, and Jay-Z says on the record, “Kanyeezy, you’s a genius. You did it again,”* and Kanye stopped the tape and pressed rewind.
He had that energy. You knew he was gonna be somebody. And then they did the show, him and Common did it. And you remember that song The Food? “You love to hear the story, again and again. About those two brothers from the City of Wind.”
The crowd, “EGHHHHHHHEEE.” Motherfuckers go nuts. I said, “Hey Kanye, look, we’re going back to the studio. We got to edit some sketches, but if you want, you can come with us and check out some of the stuff we’re working on.” He says, “Oh that’d be great!”
He comes to the studio we’re all sitting and there watching all these crazy sketches. Nobody had seen any of this shit before. It was Rick James, all that shit. All on there. It’s on footage, we was all cracking up and then in the middle of it all, Kanye’s phone rings. This is when I knew he was gonna be famous.
He answers the phone, he goes, “Hello. Huh? What? Uh uh, I can’t. I can’t. Cause, I’m at Dave Chappelle’s show watching sketches that nobody’s ever seen before.”
And then he says, “Cause my life is dope, and I do dope shit,” and then he hung up the phone."
God, I can't wait to tell someone on the phone that I can't meet up, "Cause my life is dope, and I do dope shit." Then hang up. Then proceed to watch old episodes of Fresh Prince.
Here's Wayne's story:
On Lil Wayne's lyrical metaphors:
"One of my favorite rappers, I’m not even bullshitting, and I promise y’all I mean this, is Lil Wayne. I’ve never met him, but he’s one of my favorite rappers. I guarantee you he could win a Pulitzer Prize. This motherfuckers is one of the most descriptive artists in modern popular culture.
He says the coolest shit, just throws it a way. “I got three kids and they all three.” Like, goddamn, this guy’s a genius. He also says, “Real G’s move in silence like lasagna.” Shit like that.
And you can picture everything he says. There’s one song where he says, “I got a bitch that played in movies in my jacuzzi.” And then he says, “Pussy juicy.” I close my eyes when I listen to that and picture it in my head. I see Lil Wayne sitting in the hot tub.
And that’s when he and I are different. If I could tell the pussy was in the hot tub, I’d probably get out. But Lil Wayne is sitting there like (laughs), “What is this strange oil floating on top of my hot tub water?” I think this is pussy juice.
He’s like an expert, he walks on the set of CSI and says, 'Has anyone else been in this crime area?' “No, uh huh.” “What is this? This stuff on the ground… it’s pussy juice. That’s gotta be one of the worst jokes I’ve written in a long time."
Lil Wayne paid Katie Couric a visit today and talked about a wide range of topics including prison, his health, skateboarding and most notably: retirement. He says he wants to retire at age 35 (five years from now), so while I'll take this with a grain of salt since things can change very fast in that amount of time, it is food for thought at least. Follow the links above for the interview (the video won't embed :-/).