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Young Flex PD Music Video "Party" By New Diretor Antoine Chung

Posted by Vulpine on August 5, 2014 at 4:10 PM Comments comments (0)

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England base recording artist Young Flex PD visits Jamaica to shoot his NEW Music Video for his single title Party.

Flex Chilling Out on Set of His New Video

Posted by Vulpine on July 8, 2014 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Young Flex PD chilling out on the set of his new music video title "Party".

The video is being shot at Red Hills, St. Andrew in Jamaica. This will be Flex second music video to be shot in Jamaica, his first was "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEUfIIkTOow" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Nah Give Up"


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Young Flex PD - Bad Ina Crew ft Toiung [Raw]

Posted by Vulpine on July 2, 2014 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Young Flex PD - Bad Ina Crew ft Toiung https://soundcloud.com/toiung/young-flex-bad-inna-crew-remix" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Download

Toiung - Summa Done (FREE Downlaod)

Posted by Vulpine on September 7, 2013 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Team Vulpine at Project X

Posted by Vulpine on October 13, 2012 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Project X was a night to remember as the gate was flodded with patrons for this water party. Team Vulpine had to struggle to enter but when they did, all eyes were on them.

Antoine (Vulpine) & La La (Skullz Ent.)

Jamaica Dancehall artist Ninja Man and Son set FREE on bail

Posted by Vulpine on March 31, 2012 at 3:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Barbara Gayle, Staff Reporter

 

After being in custody for exactly three years, 46-year-old deejay Ninja Man, whose real name is Desmond Ballentine, and his son Janiel have been granted bail.

 

Yesterday, their lawyers, Valerie Neita-Robertson and Linton Walters, complained that persons were actually serving sentences before bail applications were made or before trial dates were set.

 

Neita-Robertson said she was extremely concerned about the latitude which the Bench gave to the prosecution in regard to trial dates and adjournments. She pointed out that accused persons had to wait two to three months before a date was set for bail application and that was in breach of the Constitution and the Bail Act.

 

The two have been in custody since March 2009. They are charged jointly with Dennis Clayton and Seymour Samuels who were granted bail some time ago.

 

A trial date has been set for July 16 in the Home Circuit Court.

 

They are charged with the murder of Richard Johnson who was shot dead in his yard on March 16, 2009.

 

Supreme Court judge Christine McDonald granted Ballentine and his son bail in the sum of $2 million each with three sureties.


Fighting Words: Are Celebrity Twitter Beefs Getting Tired?

Posted by Vulpine on March 14, 2012 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

From The-Dream and The Weeknd to Rihanna and Karrueche, celebrity tweet beefs keep us laughing our ass off. But with Twitter feuds spilling over into real world brawls, is it still only entertainment?

It used to be one mic. But when it comes to beef, now, all you need is one tweet. For all that’s redeeming about Twitter—its ability to mobilize protesters and topple oppressive regimes—there’s one side effect to the social networking platform that’s worrisome: the desire for brand-building and social identity has sparked the need to protect one’s digital neck at all costs. From Ray Js’ and Fabolous’ tweet-fueled fisticuffs to the Basketball Wives soap-opera showdowns, stars are throwing down their phones and putting up real dukes to defend their LLC. But in the race for virtual bragging rights, there’s never a clear winner.

Whereas Web beefs were once contained to Photoshop wars and hackings, these aren’t just isolated fights. It’s a contagion spread through the riff-raff of gossip blogs and instigating fans. This summer, a WorldStarHipHop-bound flip cam captured Chris Brown’s alleged cohorts hounding Frank Ocean’s BMW, threatening the Odd Future crooner with chants of “Chase the fade!” (a.k.a. take the fight like a man). This, after Breezy tweeted via an iPad: “I fuck wit Frank Ocean! Reminds me of a young James Fauntleroy or Kevin Cossum.” One intended compliment led to both singers testing each other’s character limits, and could’ve ended violently if not for cooler heads. Soon after, Basketball Wives’ Jennifer Williams accused fellow castmate Royce Reed of the unthinkable: following her ex-husband on Twitter and sending him direct messages. The apparent slight resulted in a permanent standoff between the friends-turned-foes. Days later, Lloyd and Miguel almost came to blows in Cleveland over Miguel tweeting about Lloyd stealing his haircut.

It’s not as if stars are more sensitive than ever—thugs have always needed love. But celebs have the biggest egos of all, which Twitter only heightens. Few people put much thought into crafting a tweet, an environment in which every tap-tap typed can be misunderstood as a jab (See: Ciara’s and Rihanna’s catfight). And every jab has the potential to spiral into petty exchanges, provoking a team of handlers to deal with a star’s digital diarrhea. Plus, Twitter makes celebs instantly approachable, so entourages of Yes Men can no longer act as bulletproof shields. Fabolous can’t clown Ray J (“...Ray J singing “One Wish” on the piano had me in tears!!”) without potential physical repercussions.

Cyber bullies will be bullies. Watching tightly protected stars unravel can be wildly entertaining—backstage moments caught with the curtain up. We feel like we’re a part of the action. Still, for all the fans circling up for these schoolyard feuds, just remember: It’s all fun and games until someone loses an iPhone. —Jeff Rosenthal


Lil Wayne "Mirror" featuring Bruno Mars [Teaser]

Posted by Vulpine on January 27, 2012 at 6:00 PM Comments comments (0)

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Lil Wayne "Mirror" featuring Bruno Mars [Teaser]

David Guetta - Turn Me On [Teaser] ft. Nicki Minaj

Posted by Vulpine on January 27, 2012 at 5:55 PM Comments comments (0)

 

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Check out the video teaser for David Guetta‘s latest single “Turn Me On” featuring Nicki Minaj!

The 29-year-old rapper drags an ax through a dungeon and is seen riding a horse in the clip for the video, which will premiere in full on Tuesday (January 31).

Nicki and David‘s collaboration recently took the top spot on Billboard‘s Hot Digital Songs chart becoming her first number one single on the chart.

ARE YOU EXCITED for Nicki and David’s new video?

 

Chris Martin - Link Pon Yuh Fren

Posted by Vulpine on January 25, 2012 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)

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