Flo Rida Owes $80,000 For Being A No Show

A concert promoter in Australia will be receiving $80,000 after Flo Rida failed to perform a concert. The concert promoter had paid Flo Rida $50,000 up front for an appearance which never happened. The promoter says that Flo Rida had a 'hissy fit' mi »»

Flo Rida To Attend DUI School

Flo Rida is taking steps to reduce his DUI charge to mere reckless driving.  As a part of a deal with the court, he will attend classes and perform community service.  He had been arrested on June 6 after driving erratically and blowing twice the l »»

Flo Rida's Assistant Arrested

While on a trip to Australia, Flo Rida's personal assistant was arrested on drug charges. Someone smelled marijuana coming from the room that Flo Rida and his assistant were staying in, and notified police. There they found marijuana, Viagra, and a b »»


Nominees for the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards were announced Wednesday night. The broadcast will take place Jan. 31, 2010, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Here is a shortened list of nominees from the major categories... »»


Apparently not happy with only spending 90 days in prison, rapper DMX is still bringing the shenanigans, and is now being charged with assault after throwing a tantrum, and a tray of food, at a corrections officer, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. ... »»

Tropic Thunder (2-Disc Director's Cut) - DVD Review

Tom Cruise dancing to hip-hop. Yeah...it's on now. »»

Short Attention Span Theater

Salutations and good morrow. Before we begin, I'd like to get my hustle on for a moment if you don't mind. I'm trying to sell my guitar and so far I haven't had a whole lot of luck. It's a Fender Strat, made in 2000 or 2001. It's got a wine-red finish with the solid maple neck. It's in great condition and has very rarely even been played. I'm looking to sell this along with a hard-shell case (disclaimer: the case does have a crack on the outside but it's not going to affect the guitar), a Crybaby wah-wah pedal that isn't in the best visual condition but still works, and some added accessories including a strap, picks, extra strings, and some amp cables. And all of this for the outright reasonable price of $300 plus shipping and handling. Contact me at my email, or on mine MySpace page, or through AIM at MurphToTheMax. Or just leave a comment on this article with your information if you're interested, and I can facilitate some pictures so you know what you're getting. If you or anyone you know is looking for a guitar, please let me know because I can't continue to crank out this award-winning column if I can't pay my rent. Poppin' Off on the Top Billboard.com's Top 10 Hot Rap Tracks 1. "Lollipop" by Lil' Wayne f/Static Major Lil' Wayne takes his at-bat with T-Pain's vocorder and makes a crazy danceable, addictive track. The current trend of hip-hop and techno fusion is starting to get interesting; considering my generally low opinion of all forms of electronica, it takes a little bit of a hip-hop groove to make any of that Star Wars-sounding shit danceable. This track is hypnotic, good for the dance floor and better for the blunt circle. »»

Short Attention Span Theater

Come inside, come inside. There's some musical philosophy, a review of a free EP, a rant against posers, fun, frivolity, and a whole heaping helping of snark. Poppin' Off on the Top This week's Top 10 Hot Modern Rock Singles, as per Billboard.com: 1. Foo Fighters, "Long Road to Ruin" Not to offend all the Grohl Trolls out there, but I keep wanting to be as impressed by the Foos as everyone else seems to be and I'm still not getting it. I loved the first album when it came out; I was too young and stupid to realize I was listening to Nirvana's reject bin. Every album since then, they've delved more and more into power pop to the point that I'm a little embarrassed to call them "rock" anymore. Dave is a talented songwriter and musician, and his side projects rarely if ever miss. His voice, though, is just too soothing and sedate to do justice to the songs he's writing. If "Long Road to Ruin" was made by Maroon 5 or someone rather than a band that everyone already respects, it would be written off as the lightweight trifle that it really is. »»

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