Initially, N.W.A. consisted of Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Arabian Prince. That’s right Arabian Prince (pictured on the right), the forgotten member of N.W.A. Here’s a few early photos of N.W.A. with Arabian Prince.
Check out the feelnumb.com definitive top 10 list of songs that contain the great State of California in it’s title. Please chime with your thoughts…
The Detroit home featured on the cover of the Eminem albums “The Marshall Mathers LP” (2000) and “The Marshall Mather LP 2” (2013) was actually the childhood home of Eminem aka Marshall Mathers. Located 19946 Dresden Street Detroit, Michigan 48205.
If the fight scene in “The Anchorman” didn’t give Will Ferrell instant street cred, then being sampled by Jay-Z and Kanye West has to. Ferrell voice as figure skater Chaz Michael Michaels and the voice of co-star Jon Heder were taken from the movie “Blades of Glory” and used in the song “Niggas In Paris” off the Jay-Z and Kanye West album “Watch The Throne”.
They are all white actors that released Rap Albums in the 90’s. Here is the breakdown…
Pearl Jam headlined the final night of the Made In America Festival in Philadelphia when they were joined on stage by the person who actually organized the event Jay-Z.
Just like the Nirvana “Nevermind” baby or the little girls on the cover of The Smashing Pumpkins “Siamese Dream”, The Notorious BIG classic debut album “Ready To Die” also featured a child on the cover.
During the Kanye West & Jay-Z “Watch The Throne Tour” Kanye & Jay for no apparent reason began performing the same song “Niggas In Paris” three times in a row before their encore.
On May 5, 2012, A very snobby Kanye West (via @kanyewest Twitter) sent this barrage of tweets insulting the way people on the streets of NYC dress.
“Radio” the debut album by 16 year-old LL Cool J and the first full album released by Def Jam Recordings was released on November 18, 1985. The album cover featured “The King” of all Boomboxes the JVC M90!!!