#EssenceFest yesterday brought together three major figures in their respective industries: Trey Songz, James Harden, & Kevin Hart. Trey performed, including his new single released a few days ago off the upcoming album, Timeless —"Sensational" — for the first time (below), and then the three were together as Kevin Hart fielded some questions from the media above (hilarious).
"I pushed my nigga @treysongz down a wheelchair ramp yesterday and let him go!!! #HeCouldOfDied #ShitSeemedLikeAgoodIdeaAtTheTime #IhadGlassesOnSoIdidntReallySeeTheRamp #HeWasntReallyHurt #SingersAreToDramatic #MyNiggaForLife"
Also, Metta World Peace chimed in on his former teammate Dwight Howard joining James Harden and the Rockets. Wasn't this a fun post?
Here's a new track from the Lakers starting Small Forward. He talks about his hard upbringing in Queensbridge and repping that hood. It's actually pretty good, save for the dabble into autotune (thankfully it was just 1 bar, but still)
The word Lifetime only amplified my excitement. The premise: World Peace plays a detective (already awesome), who is retiring from the force to serve in Afghanistan (getting better...) AND he is 90210's Jennie Garth's spiritual advisor (icing on the cake). Whoever thought this was a great idea... is right.
Above is an exclusive clip from ESPN and "The Eleventh Victim", shot during the Finals when the Lakers weren't playing, premieres on November 3rd. *sets DVR*