Lil Mama Set To Play Left Eye In VH1 Biopic

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Lil Mama as Left Eye ….that’s what the word is on the street. Lil Mama who will forever be remembered as the chic that crashed Jay Z and Ms. Screamy Keys performance of “Empire State Of Mind” has been cast as Left Eye in the Vh1 biopic. I’m not sure of Lil Mama’s acting skills but I absolutely loved her as a judge on America’s Best Dance Crew.

Lil Mama has that ability to reach into herself and display her exuberance human like ability when placed on a panel, which most older artist haven’t developed yet. Lil Mama is currently in the studio with MC Lyte so look for that.

 Love when women reach out to uplift one another ….we need to see more of that ……..

Do you think Lil Mama resembles Left Eye and can pull it off?

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JAY Z TAKES OVER CARNEGIE HALL

JAY Z IN WHITE TUX  AND HIS DARK SHADES  AT CARNEGIE HALL

NEW YORK — From Marcy to Madison Square and now from Crooklyn to Carnegie. Jay-Z has come a long way since releasing his 1996 debut, Reasonable Doubt, and the magnitude of his travels wasn’t lost on the God MC when he performed at Carnegie Hall on Monday evening (February 6).

 

 

The swanky crowd filled the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall for the first of two benefit concerts, which joined Jay’s Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation with the United Way of NYC to raise money for gifted high school students who aren’t financially positioned to attend college. The premium-priced charity tickets brought out the likes of Liza Minnelli and New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia.

 

With a full orchestra that included ?uestlove and Young Guru playing DJ, Hov took the stage at 8:45 p.m. ET after a dramatic string build. Emerging from the stage’s side door in a white tux jacket toting a gold bottle of Ace of Spades champagne, Jigga began his evening shouting, “Allow me to reintroduce myself, my name is Hov,” the iconic opening line from 2003′s “Public Service Announcement.”

 

Those who thought Jigga would conform to the stuffy artistic standard typically associated with the famed concert hall were mistaken. Jay strutted across the stage drinking from his gold bottle promising the crowd, “It’s just tea.”

 

On this night, Hov pledged to eradicate the divide that separates musical genres, only differentiating between good and bad music. “All those lines that divide us, we gonna step on ‘em,” he announced to the electric crowd.

 

As he’s done most of his career, Jay continued to stomp out the misconceptions that rap can’t be considered highbrow art as he tore through radio hits and street favorites like “U Don’t Know” and “Where I’m From.” Jay did balance things out when he invited Alicia Keys onstage for “Empire State of Mind” but got extra-gritty on the very next song, making way for Nas to perform his own “N.Y. State of Mind” from the Queensbridge MC’s 1994 classic Illmatic. There was a perfect juxtaposition throughout. The biggest musical clash came when Jay performed the “Annie”-sampling “Hard Knock Life.” Jigga rapped the song’s verses, while the wealthy crowd song the downtrodden chorus. By the time Hova rolled into the set’s next song “Izzo,” a marijuana smell filled the air. That must be a first for Carnegie.

 

 

Ever the master of ceremonies, the Brooklyn rap juggernaut slowed things down properly easing into “Girls, Girls, Girls,” then “Song Cry” and then “Glory,” the song he released days after the birth of his and Beyoncé’s first daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. “One hand in the air for Blue,” he screamed before delivering his heartfelt daddy raps.

 

“I didn’t think I was gonna make it through that one, that was tough,” Jay said at the close of the number.

 

The veteran MC launched into the set-closing “Encore,” but fans know by now that despite his exit at the end of the Kanye West-produced track, he would be back for more. During Jay’s overtime session, he re-emerged onto the stage with a Yankee snapback, diamond chain and black tee. Ever the showman, Jay climbed into the balcony and performed an array of hits from his early catalog like “So Ghetto,” “Ain’t No N—a” and “Can’t Knock the Hustle.”

 

By the night’s close, Jay-Z had kicked in another door. He wasn’t the first rapper to play Carnegie Hall, but lord help the MC who has to come after him.

ALICIA KEYS AND NAS ON STAGE WITH JAY Z AT CARNEGIE HALL: THE GREAT ONES

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WATCH JAY Z PERFORM GLORY

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JAY Z AND ALICIA KEYS BROUGHT DOWN THE HOUSE IN VEGAS

JAYZ AND ALICIA KEYS LIT THE ARENA ON FIRE PERFORMING THE EMPIRE STATE OF MIND

One of the biggest Air way dominators Clear Channel Radio, kicked off  their Music Fest in Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden. iHeart  Radio  bagged some of the biggest names in the game as headliners such acts as The Black Eyed Peas, Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys, and Jay Z. They performed on the first day of their two-day weekend music festival. As you know Jay Z and Alicia Keys lit that Arena on F.I.R.E. performing their power house single “Empire State  Of Mind“. Something about them singing their Ode to their city makes you sang out in unison, even if you’re not a New Yorker

BRUNO MARS ONSTAGE WITH HIS COLORFUL GUITAR LOOKING LIKE A YOUNG GEAORGE MICHAELS IN HIS WHAM DAYS

DOESN’T HE LOOK LIKE A YOUNG GEORGE MICHAEL IN HIS WHAM DAYS

BLACK EYED PEAS FERGIE AND TABOO FRONT AND CENTER AT iHEARTS MUSIC FEST

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