It's not official yet, but the news of the week is DMX taking up George Zimmerman's challenge to meet him in the boxing ring. The rapper spoke on-camera for the first time since the announcement when a FOX News crew caught up with him.
It's been a while since Kelly Price first hit the scene with 1998's 'Soul of a Woman,' but she's still going strong. Sixteen years after her studio debut, Price is preparing her seventh studio album, 'Sing Pray Love Vol. 1,' for an April release.
George Zimmerman isn't hiding from the negative public attention in the wake of Trayvon Martin's death and is instead deciding to take advantage of it. He's been looking for an opponent for an upcoming celebrity boxing match, and while Kanye West was his choice, DMX has come forward to face off against him.
Chris Brown's 'X' album is indefinitely delayed, and instead of finishing or promoting the project, he's taking some time to work on himself. The bad boy singer is spending time in rehab and a judge is pleased with the results.
'Consumerism' and 'Neurotic Society' haven't been met with positive reviews, but that doesn't take away from 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill''s legacy. So it's quite understandable that the crowd got excited when Ms. Hill decided to segue into 'Final Hour' from her stunning debut album.
Australian firefighters did their duty and raced to the scene when they saw smoke coming out of a hotel room and were surprised by what was actually behind the door. They were met with a chronic-smoking Snoop Dogg.
During their Jodeci days, K-Ci and JoJo were far removed from the Disney set. They were the "Bad Boys of R&B" after all. Anyone who saw Tupac's uncensored 'How Do U Want It' video or heard some of their material would agree. The singers sit down with The Boombox to reminisce over their golden days and detail why they were such "bad boys."
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