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Rick Ross, Flo Rida, DJ Khaled, and Trina rep the state of Florida in the new issue of XXL. Here’s the cover, in all its…well, stomach.
XXL is definitely ahead of the game, by doing this because Florida seems to be hip-hop’s hot spot of the moment, especially with newcomers like Ace Hood doing their thing. My only question is where is T-Pain! He should definitely have been on the cover, at least over Trina.
Last night, DSA Media Group, Don Pooh Music Group, and LTB Entertainment honored R&B Queen, Mary J. Blige at Spotlight Live in NYC. The extravaganza, which was held in correlation with the Heart Of The City Tour that wrapped up it’s final show at Madison Square Garden last night, brought out the industry’s most elite. DJ Goldfinger took care of the nights musical needs spinning the latest and greatest in hip hop & R&B.
Unfortunately I (LowKey) was still recovering from my previous rendezvous with the Heart Of The City show Tuesday night, so I didn’t get a chance to attend. Lyor Cohen, who was in attendance last night, said about the event ” Mary J is coming off a successful tour and we had to come out to celebrate. She has a rare, genuine quality and we have to celebrate it. Congrats to Mary J. Blige and congrats to my friends @ DSA Media Group for putting this together.”
The good folks over at PDG Public Relations (What’s up Carine????) slid a couple of visual goodies my way, so stop being lazy, scroll down and take a peek to see who hit up Spotlight Live.
Low “Last night sure as hell looked fun” Key
Warner Music Group CEO, Lyor Cohen
Stephen Hill, Mary J. Blige, Kendu Issac (MJB’s husband/manager)
Power 105’s, ED Lover and DSA Media President, Dante Simpson
The Retro Kids (Sighhhhh)
Trina and Lyor Cohen
L to R: NY Giants Brandon London, Geoffrey Pope, Derrick Ward
Kevin Lile, Mary J. Blige and Kendu Issac
Or actually, was she ever the baddest?? Really though. Trina’s new album, Still The Baddest, comes out April 1st. It features the single, “Single Again” (go to her myspace to listen to it). Not sure if Lil’ Wayne really cares, since he upgraded to Lauren London (that relationship is pretty much done too), but she’s really running with this “Single Again” gimmick. What do you think about the song? Her look? Trina, overall? Is she part of the reason that Hip-Hop treats women the way it does? And are her five minutes up? Or is she just a female rapper getting her money and doing it the way she should? Talk about it.