(AllHipHop News) First Lady Michelle Obama recently made an appearance on a Orlando, Florida radio station, where she discussed her healthy lifestyle, in addition to her love of old-school Hip-Hop music. Mrs. Obama appeared on 102 Jamz, where she was discussing the importance of voting in this years election, as well as the music she works out to. Mrs. Obama revealed that one of her favorite tracks was the late Heavy D.'s 1989 classic "We Got Our Own Thang," as well as Chubb Rock's party rocking classic "Treat 'Em Right." "A little Chubb Rock, a little Heavy D. That’s on my iPod," Mrs. Obama revealed during the interview. "That’s some of my 'Get me going music'."
Atlanta, Georgia rapper 2Chainz is slated to make a highly anticipated appearance in London this November. Representatives for the Electric Ballroom in London have announced that 2Chainz will hit the stage on Wednesday, November 14. The rapper is expected to perform a number of his hit singles, including tracks from his latest #1 album Based On a T.R.U. Story. Tickets for 2Chainz' London performance are on sale now at www.ticketweb.co.uk.
R&B singer Randy Jackson of the Jackson family fame recently won a legal victory, thanks to attorney Bret D. Lewis, who has also represented a number of rappers in the past. Randy Jackson was involved in a bitter child support battle with Alajandra Jackson. Court papers revealed that Alajandra waited until after the children were adults when she attempted to enforce a $500,000 award against Randy Jackson, stemming from a judgment in 1990. The court recently found that Randy Jackson was never served with a summons or complaint, and set aside the default judgment and all arrears. "I love my children, and I have always loved my children. I will always take care of them and I have always taken care of them. I thank my attorney Bret D. Lewis for all his hard work in bringing about justice for me," Randy Jackson said. Bret D. Lewis has represented artists like Snoop Dogg, Daz Dillinger, Knocturnal and others.