"We will not be the losers. Sorry, but we're not the ones." - N.E.R.D., Loser (w/ Clipse)
too many to count
you have feelings of guilt and embarrassment
time to build a good position
new new i think, yes.
second chance bank account
kill the pain or it will kill you
Some good folks at Nike got to thinking about Stones Throw's 10th Anniversary, the upcoming "Chrome Children" joint, and Quasimoto's general badassedness ... next thing you knew, we had a truck load of Quas Dunks arrive at the office.
“We have been so overshadowed. In Mississippi, we have total neighborhoods that have been just completely wiped off the map. Not even streets were left,” said Cynthia Seawright Wright, who lives in Ocean Springs, Miss. Before the hurricane, she lived in Escawtapa, Miss. Driving around nearby Gulfport and Biloxi, Miss., after the storm, she couldn’t find her way around areas she’d known all her life. Most apartment buildings were destroyed, Seawright Wright said.
Ain't no FEMA trailer.
No surprise, then, that after months of coaching and hectoring and mentoring from Diddy, the women of Danity Kane created a grimly competent debut album. It’s often dull (starting with the inert debut single, “Show Stopper”) and occasionally effective (especially when they get a fast, sleek beat to play with, as on “Want It”). The whole thing sounds pretty professional, though, and who knows? Maybe these job seekers would consider that high praise.
Bad Boy Records' red-hot girl group Danity Kane, stars of the hit MTV series Making the Band 3, have exploded at retail outlets nationwide with their debut album, "DANITY KANE." The multi-talented quintet is the music industry's newest Cinderella story, as Danity Kane is now neck and neck with veterans OutKast and Christina Aguilera for the top spot on next week's national album chart. Danity Kane's first-week sales triumph is unprecedented for a new artist with little radio or video airplay.