The Legend of Zelda MONOPOLY takes players on a trip through time as they travel through the land of Hyrule and beyond. Memorable locations include Link’s House, Temple of Time and the Lon Lon Ranch and are all up for grabs in this special collector’s edition of one of the most revered video games of all time. In addition to collectible tokens, custom designed game board, Zelda themed money and custom Chance, Community Chest and deed cards, the GameStop Exclusive edition includes the Ocarina of Time token, Hyrule Map Lithograph and 6 Item Cards for added game play.
What’s Corn got to do with it. Coming soon to a theater near you.
Wiz Khalifa “Under The Influence of Music” Tour be at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrision, Colorado August 19, 2014.
Under the Influence of Music, hip hop’s most electrifying summer tour, returns for its third epic year. Organizers announced today the tour’s massive line up will include hip hop heavyweight and tour founder Wiz Khalifa as well as Young Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign (canceled), and Rich Homie Quan. Also set to perform are some of hip hop’s hottest young acts including Mack Wilds, DJ Drama and more acts TBA.
Tickets are $54.50 GA ADV and $60.00 GA DOS plus applicable service charges.
Doors at 5pm
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Mear One Comic Con 2014 Live Art (Posted From His Instagram Page)
Common “Diamonds” Feat Big Sean is a track from his new album “Nobody’s Smiling”. Directed by Jerome D.
Grab Common’s album ‘Nobody’s Smiling’ on iTunes Here
The Simpsons x Family Guy Crossover was previewed at Comic Con 2014 International in San Diego. The “Simpson Guy” episode will air Sunday, September 28, 2014.
Black Jesus premiers on Adult Swim Thursday, August 7th at 11pm (ET/PT). The series finds Jesus living in present day Compton, CA on a daily mission to spread love and kindness throughout the neighborhood, with the help of his small but loyal group of downtrodden followers.
He was the nephew of Temptations singer Melvin Franklin; a boy who watched and listened, mesmerized from underneath cocktail tables at the shows of Etta James and Miles Davis. He was a vagrant hippie who wandered to Toronto, where he ended up playing with Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, and he became a household name in the 1980s with his hit song “Super Freak.” Later in life, he was a bad boy who got caught up in drug smuggling and ended up in prison. But since his passing in August 2004, Rick James has remained a legendary icon whose name is nearly synonymous with funk music—and who popularized the genre, creating a lasting influence on pop artists from Prince to Jay-Z to Snoop Dogg, among countless others.
In Glow, Rick James and acclaimed music biographer David Ritz collaborated to write a no-holds-barred memoir about the boy and the man who became a music superstar in America’s disco age. It tells of James’s upbringing and how his mother introduced him to musical geniuses of the time. And it reveals details on many universally revered artists, from Marvin Gaye and Prince to Nash, Teena Marie, and Berry Gordy. James himself said, “My journey has taken me through hell and back. It’s all in my music—the parties, the pain, the oversized ego, the insane obsessions.” But despite his bad boy behavior, James was a tremendous talent and a unique, unforgettable human being. His “glow” was an overriding quality that one of his mentors saw in him—and one that will stay with this legendary figure who left an indelible mark on American popular music.
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