Jennifer Lopez And DJ Mustard Team Up For The Smash Hit “Girls”

GIRLSWell, we didn’t see this coming.

Their is no denying she is still ” Jenny from the block”. Jennifer Lopez hooks up with Los Angeles hit producer DJ Mustard for the world premiere “Girls. Serving as a warm-up to her most anticipated single “Same Girl”, this song is definitely a new look for J.Lo.

Tell us what you think about the track!

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– Andrew Somuah (@Drewtheabstract)

The Beautiful Lupita Nyong’o Makes A Visit To Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Lupita Nyong'oBeautiful is an understatement

The gorgeous and talented Lupita Nyong’o fresh off her recent success at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards payed a visit to Jimmy Fallon on wednesday night.

She talked about everything from, her being on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter with actress such as Oprah and Julia Roberts to getting photobombed on the red carpet by Emma Roberts.

Lupita even shared the hilarious instagram reaction of her brother when she recieved her Oscar nomination.

Tell us what you think about the interview!

– Andrew Somuah (@Drewtheabstract)

DJ Mister Cee Opens Up And Bares All With GQ Magazine

mistercee23f-1-webDJ Mister Cee aka “The Finisher”, is one of the New York’s most prolific DJ’s and radio personalities. Known for his relationship with hip hop heavyweights such as the Notorious B.I.G and Big Daddy Kane,  he is a staple in the New York hip hop community. Undoubtedly so, Mister Cee may be an iconic figure in the hip hop community, but his run-in’s with the law regarding prostitution have been noticed.

One of hip hop’s most beloved DJ sits down with GQ and gives his perspective on the situation and puts it to rest:

How his infatuation with prostitutes developed after a devastating breaking up with his ex:

“And I started tricking in the strip clubs. I don’t know if you know what tricking is—you’re taking [the girls] out the club”—literally right outside the club—“and you’re having sex with them.” He’d do it in places where he wasn’t liable to be recognized, usually spots around downtown Manhattan “where white guys was going,” he says.

What kept him so drawn in:

“The best way I can explain it is that I was so knee-deep into doing it that it became a part of me,” he says.

Why he continued to lie about the situation:

“It wasn’t even about losing the job. I was just afraid of what the perception was going to be about me and that people was still going to want to stand behind the Mister Cee brand,” he says. Promoters. People he worked with. And if they didn’t, “how was I going to be able to continue to support and take care of the people that I care about?”

On moving forward:

“at this point in my life, I can’t even begin to try to be in a serious relationship with a woman. That’s the point that I’m at now: What do I want? Where am I at? Now that it’s out in the open—everybody knows, I know—where am I going from here?”

On keeping the memory alive of other iconic artists in the hip hop community

“who’s going to really keep the memory of those people alive, the Bigs and the Pacs and the Aaliyahs and the Big Puns and the Big Ls and the Freaky Tahs and so on and so forth—who’s going to keep their memory alive the way that I do it?”

Whether Biggie Smalls would have understood his plight twenty years ago:

“Oh, I know that,” Cee says instantly. “I know Big stands next to me. I have no question in my mind.”

-Andrew Somuah (Drewtheabstract)

*Quotes Taken Via GQ.Com

Beats By Dre Introduces New Music Streaming Service “Beats Music”


 Just what the doctor prescribed. 

Just when you thought Dr.Dre and his Beats By Dre empire couldn’t get any bigger, it just did. Now introducing, “Beats Music” a streaming service that is dedicated solely to your preferences and tailored for your personal tastes.  Officially released today, Beats Music will serve and cater to your personalized user experience while helping you discover new and vibrant music.

In a market filled with an array of different music streaming services, Beats Music gives music lovers the ability to curate their song selections based on the emotion they are currently feeling. Beats Music puts everything in your hands and only thing you have to provide is your current mood. Interface features such as, “The Sentence” gives the consumer the ability to type out their current mood or activity they are partaking in which leads to the creation of a playlist.

Beats Music also serves as a traditional streaming service that provides playlists and albums from some of the best DJ’s and artists around.

Beats Music is available with subscription online on iTunes starting at $10 a month.

– Andrew Somuah (Drewtheabstract)

Sacramento Kings Preparing To Wear Google Glass On The Hardwood

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The Sacramento Kings are teaming up with the company CrowdOptic to be one of the most technology savvy teams in the league.

On January 24th, the Sacramento Kings and Indiana Pacers face off in a game which will be a new experience for basketball enthusiasts. Selected players on the Sacramento Kings, will be wearing “Google Glass” which will provide viewers a new vantage of them on the hardwood.

The footage from the glasses will show players as they prepare for the game on the court, and will be shown in the arena through mobile devices and the jumbo-tron.

-Andrew Somuah (@Drewtheabstract)