Stream Hot 97′s Summer Jam

Can’t make it to Hot 97′s Summer Jam today or, you’re like me and need to stay in for Game of Thrones? Peep the Livestream of all the festivities below!

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream


“Like” for a great cause/@50Cent’s ‘Hustle to 1 Million’ on facebook

50 spreads the good this holiday season. Love love love this. “Like” this page now!

Street King and 50 Cent are working with the United Nations World Food Programme to fight hunger worldwide. Every “like” this week on the Street King facebook page provides a meal for a hungry child.If they reach our goal of 1 million likes this week, 50 Cent will double the donation – 1 million MORE meals for 1 million MORE kids.

Additionally, with the purchase of every Street King energy shot, he will provide a meal to a hungry child.


50 Cent launches comedy site

No laughing matter. Fiddy has just launched ThisIs50Comedy, a sister to his already-popular ThisIs50 entertainment hub.

Per Popeater, “the site will feature the debut of 50′s comedy show — dubbed ‘This Is 50 Comedy Show.’ The show will be taped in front of a live audience in the Times Square Arts Center in New York City, and will be streamed live online.

The show will be hosted by ThisIs50 standout Young Jack Thriller, star of ThisIs50′s popular ‘So Disrespectful’ series, and will return on the last Thursday of each month, bringing the site’s subscribers “the cutting-edge humor of the nations [sic] funniest comedians.”

Access to the show will cost $2.99, the proceeds of which will go towards Japan’s relief fund.

As is, the site is very graphic-heavy and rather unwieldy to get around. But knowing Fif he’ll keep the star power high (as seen in the Kevin Hart interview below) and snag those sweet sweet pageviews.


50 Cent ‘Things Fall Apart’ premiere or how I learned of @vibemagazine ‘s @popchips addiction

Earlier this week I hit up an advanced screening of 50 Cent’s Things Fall Apart. Starring 50, Lynn Whitfield, Ray Liotta, and Mario Van Peebles (who also helmed the project), the film tells the story of a football star (50) stricken by cancer. I realized about halfway through the film that it was shot in Grand Rapids, Michigan (whattup 646?!).

The good folks at NR have video from the screening, which was also attended by DJ Pauly D, Maino, Floyd Mayweather, Carmelo Anthony, Ryan Leslie and Jimmy Jones.

Aside from the film, perhaps the most interesting part of the night was the truly monstrous amount of PopChips consumed by the Vibe homies J Hall and JFK. Guess you can’t just pop one bag eh?

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