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Who Flipped It Better?
Who Flipped It Better?
The Sample: Tom Scott and The California Dreamers - 'Naima' (1967) Tom Scott is a saxophonist, composer and bandleader who covered John Coltrane's 'Naima' for his first album, 'The Honeysuckle Breeze,' on Impulse! Records. Covers seem to be his thing -- you might recognize his rendition of Jefferson Airplane's 'Today' in 'They Reminisce Over You (T...
Game Shoots Wedding Reality Show, Coolio’s Son Pleads Guilty to Felony, Usher to Settle Custody Battle & More
Game Shoots Wedding Reality Show, Coolio’s Son Pleads Guilty to Felony, Usher to Settle Custody Battle & More
It's "Too Hot" for Coolio's son, Grtis Ivey, 22, who has pleaded guilty to a felony robbery charge, and is headed to prison for 3.5 - 10 years, after he and a prostitute friend robbed a man at gunpoint in Las Vegas. After his stepson's tragic jet ski accident, Usher has reported moved to settle his longstanding custody battle with ex Tameka Foster...
Mac Miller Sued by Lord Finesse for $10 Million, Mixtape Track Center of Lawsuit
Mac Miller Sued by Lord Finesse for $10 Million, Mixtape Track Center of Lawsuit
When Mac Miller put out a free mixtape in 2010, he likely never thought it would be costing him millions of dollars in the longrun. The Pittsburgh rhymer is being sued by veteran rapper Lord Finesse for $10 million as a result of the use of his 1995 "Hip 2 Da Game" instrumental, which Miller sampled for his breakout song "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza" off his 2010 K.I.D... Read