On the fateful Saturday morning of September 7, 1996, Tupac Shakur along with his cousin and fiance Kidada Jones drove from his home in Calabasas, California to Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a last minute trip to meet up with Suge Knight and attend the Mike Tyson vs. Bruce Seldon fight at the MGM Grand.
There’s a funny Stop sign near my house that says “Hammertime” under it. It always makes me smile and remember when “U Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer was a huge hit. Apparently there are quite a few Stop signs with graffiti pertaining to song lyrics.
Noel Gallagher slammed Glastonbury Festival officials in 2008 for booking Hip-Hops biggest act Jay-Z to headline that years festival that failed to sell-out. Gallagher said it was “wrong” for a hip-hop act to be booked to headline the event instead of traditional guitar acts who actually play.
Did John Lennon invent the art of “Making It Rain”? Not really but that photo of Lennon was obviously taken well before any of these guys “Made It Rain” or used money as a photo prop.
As owner and writer for feelnumb.com it’s pretty obvious that I am a big fan of The Beatles, Oasis, Nirvana, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, etc…but the little known fact is I am also a big fan of Rap & R&B. And as strange as it sounds R. Kelly is one of my favorites.
Check out this video of Pitbull knocking some dude out after he throws money in his face. Like a true professional Pitbull did not even miss a line in the song. I think the guy deserved it. “I’m bringing him onstage with no intention of doing nothing to him,”
Biggie Smalls and 2Pac were once friends years before their feud ultimately led to their respective murders. These photos look strange but check out Pac and Biggie performing and kicking it together. It would have been great to hear what kind of music BIG and Pac would be doing now.
On August 11, 2010 Kanye West (@kanyewest) posted this diagram and question on his official twitter page. To get to know our audience a little better, feelnumb.com decided to conduct a poll and see what two our readers would pick.
Quick poll to find our who is the best rapper using a number in his name. They could be using their nicknames, street name or just using the power of numerology but the nominees in this poll are pretty strong, cast your vote and let us know what you think…
When The Beastie Boys song “Brass Monkey” was released in 1986, it left many people wondering what exactly is “Brass Monkey”. Just so you know, The Beastie’s are not rapping about an actual monkey made from brass…