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VIDEO: Busta Rhymes: Doin’ It Again


Forget about the song for a moment and focus on the visual...Bust looks more diesel than Jason Pierre-Paul. He needs to get with Timbaland and Dr. Dre and go run the I-formation for some semi-pro squad in the tri-state.

Please Jam: It’s Easier To Make Friends Than Great Music


Busta Rhymes ft. Q-Tip - “Thank You”

TSL-Co-Sign: 2013 Nissan Pathfinder



Nissan's most popular SUV hasn't really resonated with me, since Busta Rhymes was in that Leader’s of the New School video, stunting in his cherry Pathfinder.

SL Black Music Month: 25 Years Of Reasonable Doubt

Released 25 years ago, Reasonable Doubt was Jay Z's true blueprint: a smooth, rugged and hilariously solemn piece of work that stands among the greatest albums and musical accomplishments ever. 

SL Black Music Month | Mary J. Blige’s What’s The 411?


When Mary J. Blige dropped the explosive summer album "What's the 411?" in 1992, her impact was so swift and thorough that she instantly became known simply by her first name. When people were talking about music and referenced "Mary", like Stevie

Happy 50th Birthday In Heaven To Music & Sports Boss Phife Dawg From ATCQ

Happy 50th birthday to the legendary Phife Dawg from A Tribe Called Quest. Phife was a long time friend of the TSL family and...

Black Music Month Masters: 24 Years of ‘Reasonable Doubt’

1996 was a year of dynasties, where the best of the best fulfilled the most burdensome of demands. On the college hoops scene, Rick Pitino's...

R.I.P Phife Dawg from ATCQ: Memories From a Fan and a Friend


I was a young boy like 9 or 10 and a diehard Giants fan. Every time my mom sent me to the corner store to fetch a pair of Virginia Slims, Id have to pass Jarobis house and then your grandmas house. Id often see you walking the opposite way rocking

The Leaves From Singleton’s Black Cinema Tree Are Still Bearing Fruit

Singleton didn’t just tell our stories, he turned some of our best talents into household names. John Singleton is no longer with us. However, there...

The Grammys Will Never Fully Recognize Hip-Hop And Black Culture

Some artists yearn for it, while others say it doesn't move them at all, but the Grammys are the definitive trophy for mainstream musical...