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GAME REVIEW: DJ HERO

    Developer/Publisher: Activision   Platform: XBOX 360   Players: 1 – 2 (Co-Op / Online) Rating: A++   For years corporations have tried to capture the essence of Hip-Hop culture onto video games. We’ve seen rapping aliens stuck on earth, Queen Latifah versus Coolio in a game of streetball, and actual emcees going at it… Read more »

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Monday Fashion Feature: Check Out Sean John’s Sexy New Couple!

  Let us introduce you to the real-life version of Love & Basketball – New York Giant’s cornerback Aaron Ross and his fiancé, athlete Sanya Richards.   Sports sexiest couple recently modeled exclusively for DrJays.com to debut Sean John‘s Holiday ’09 collection, which includes the relaunch of the brand’s new women’s line.   Aaron, 27,… Read more »

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GAME REVIEW: HALO 3: ODST

  Developer/Publisher: BungiePlatform: XBOX 360   Players: 1 – 16 (Online)Release Date: 9/22/09   Rating: B   It seems any form of enjoyment can run its course and face the dreaded fact of overexposure. Social networking is out of control, music isn’t what is used to be, and the list goes on and on. With… Read more »

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GAME REVIEW: NBA 2K10

    Developer/Publisher: 2K SportsPlatform: XBOX 360   Players: 1 – 10 (Online)Release Date: 10/6/09   Rating: A-   In the world of gaming, few releases fill the calendar with a yearlong hype until it hits the street. From role playing, first person shooters, sandbox adventure to driving; every genre has that one franchise title… Read more »

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Monday Fashion Feature: Is Masculinity Making A Comeback?

We noticed that when we’re talking about current trends in men’s urban fashion, it ignites a lot of passionate criticism here! Mostly because these trends have been leaning on the feminine side for some time now – slimmer fits, typically girly colors like pink and purple, “murses”, etc. The looks are coming back and being… Read more »

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MOVIE REVIEW: Good Hair

  Rating: Near Classic   It’s why black women sit under those big, hot machines for hours and why black girls sometimes sit by the bedside worshipping white Barbie dolls: good hair. Chris Rock channels his inner Ken Burns, giving celebrities, hair stylists and clients, and public figures the third degree about their hair practices,… Read more »

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GAME REVIEW: Beaterator

  Developer/Publisher: Rockstar GamesPlatform: SONY PSP Players: 1Release Date: 9/29/09 Rating: A-   Have you ever found yourself kicking back to some tunes thinking you could do better? Whether a casual listener or a long time music lover, chances are the thought of producing has come across your mind once or twice. But production equipment… Read more »

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Monday Fashion Feature: Jhung Yuro’s Kris Wright

Jhung Yuro recently unveiled its Fall 2009 Collection of sneakers. Jhung Yuro (pronounced ‘Young Euro”) is an independent sneaker company that handcrafts each sneaker.   The company was launched in 2005 by Kris Wright. The inspiration for the company is based on Wright’s travels throughout the world.   AllHipHop.com sat down with Wright to discuss… Read more »

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DJ Green Lantern: Honoring Hip-Hop

James D’Agostino, better known as, DJ Green Lantern, has been personally honoring Hip-Hop since ‘89. Creeping towards perfection, the self-proclaimed The Evil Genius can transform a computer into a musical instrument, “People are surprised when they find out I’m a professional producer. I’ve been producing since 1991; I never stopped.” Adding to his diverse musical… Read more »

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GAME REVIEW: Madden 10

  Developer/Publisher: Electronic ArtsPlatform: XBOX 360 Players: 1 – 4 (Online)Release Date: 8/14/09 Rating: A   It’s that time of the year again, and for gamers we all know what that means. Yes a new season of Madden NFL Football is upon us. While this title continues to be the premiere sports franchise across all platforms,… Read more »

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Transformers or Trans-Coon-ers?

That Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, which just opened this week, is a narrative and conceptual mess is neither surprising nor the greatest of its blames. That it is, at critical moments, visually incomprehensible—and this from someone who considered the faceted clatter of the first film’s shifting multiplanes, at moments, symphonic—is the least of its… Read more »

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