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Last Night In NYC: Lil’ Kim, Wale, LaQuan Smith, Jonathan Mannion Celebrate Moët & Chandon ‘Nectar of the Culture’

Last night in NYC (Oct. 22), Moët & Chandon joined forces with iconic cultural photographer, Jonathan Mannion, and renowned fashion designer, LaQuan Smith to launch its new Nectar of the Culture campaign, which celebrates the people, places and moments that continue to push our culture forward.

The exclusive launch drew a cross-section of creative luminaries, including Lil’ Kim, Wale, BJ The Chicago Kid, Mack Wilds, SFPL & iOne Digital‘s own Gabriel Williams and Danielle Herrington, who arrived wearing custom LaQuan Smith attire. These notables and more all gathered for a multi-course pairing dinner prepared by CLEO TV’s own, Celebrity Chef JJ Johnson.

A pillar within culture for over 25 years, Mannion is infamous for having documented “The Golden Era” of hip hop and is now capturing the next generation of pioneers, in what has been dubbed the “Rose Gold Era.”  Debuting with New York’s pioneer – Queens-born designer LaQuan Smith – Moët and Mannion will continue to celebrate various pioneers in key cities across the U.S including Atlanta, Miami, LA and Chicago.

Check out more photos below by Lewis Mirrett for Moët & Chandon.

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#RichHomieKaraoke Is The Best Thing On The Internet Right Now!



ich Homie Quan might not want to check his social media accounts for a few days. Last night the Atlanta rapper became the subject of internet ridicule after he messed up and forgot Biggie’s “Get Money” lyrics during his Hip-Hop Honors performance.

He pretty much almost ruined what was already one of the best tributes of the night. Twitter was not forgiving for his blunder and proceeded to rake him over the coals and rightfully so.

ALSO READ: Rich Homie Quan Commits The Mortal Sin of Forgetting Biggies Lyrics During Lil Kim Tribute Gets Roasted For It!

That verse is hip-hop 101 everyone knows it! Well at least that’s what we thought.

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In light of his unfortunate blunder some good has come from it. The creative folks on twitter decided to make the #RichHomieKaraoke hashtag and it is absolutely hilarious. Folks have been taking well-known song lyrics and messing them up like how Quan completely ruined Biggie’s lyrics. Please observe some of them below:

You guy’s are absolutely hilarious, hit the gallery below to see even more of these hysterical spins on song lyrics Rich Homie Quan style:

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Rich Homie Quan Commits The Mortal Sin of Forgetting Biggie’s Lyrics During Lil’Kim Tribute Gets Roasted For It!



ich Homie Quan had everything aesthetically on point when it came to looking the part as the late iconic rapper Biggie Smalls. When it came to the most important part which were the lyrics, he let all of Brooklyn and the hip-hop community as a whole down. The “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)” rapper was pegged to perform “Get Money” with Lil’Kim during her tribute performance. He hit the stage and dropped the ball instantly when he flubbed Biggie’s lyrics in the song which can be seen in the video above.


The fallout on Twitter for the lyrical flub was instantaneous as no one could believe what they just witnessed. Here’s a sampling of the slander and outright disgust for Quans gaffe.

You can’t help but laugh at the frustration of #Blacktwitter over Quan’s unfortunate mishap.

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Even some prominent figures in the hip-hop community chimed in as well, including Lil’Cease himself who is mentioned in the verse Quan messed all up.


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Of course it didn’t end there, Quan was also memed to death on instagram as well. Hit the gallery below to see the best ones.

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Lil Kim – “Summer Sixteen” (Remix)


BARS. Lil Kim is back with a cover of Drake‘s trending track “Summer Sixteen” just after paying her respects to the late Notorious B.I.G. with a Maino-assisted song entitled “I Did It For Brooklyn.”

Check it out below:

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SFPL Music: Maino and Lil Kim Put On For Their Borough with “I Did It For Brooklyn”

To commemorate the 19th anniversary of Biggie’s passing, Maino and Lil Kim link up for “I Did It For Brooklyn.” Produced by Don Corleon and Mad Cheetah, the track pays homage to the borough that birthed them and the late Notorious B.I.G.. Check it out below. “I Did It For Brooklyn” is available on iTunes.

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Fly Visual: Puff Daddy feat. Lil Kim, Styles P & King Los – “Auction”


Taking us back to the classic black-and-white hip hop visuals, Puff Daddy sets free his new video release for the hit track Auction featuring Lil Kim, Styles P and Kind Los.

The Hype Williams-directed video shows the crew clad in all-black everything finessing to the intricate beat.

Puff is prepping for the next album No Way Out 2, which will resurface the entire Bad Boy family from past to present. A special tour may be in the works as well, capping off the special moment.

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SFPL Music: Lil Kim feat. Maino – “Panda” (Remix)


After being spotted at Kanye‘s Yeezy Season 3 listening/show via MSG, Lil Kim kicks out a new remix of “Panda”, a new trending track by G.O.O.D. Music‘s new signee Desiigner. Tagging onto the remix is Brooklyn’s own, rapper Maino who assists with a few bars naming himself  “the king of the streets.” 

Kim of course, comes with a few tricky lines like:

I got killers in Belize
I got n*ggas in the league
Watch how I blow off the Hennessy

Two straps like a backpack
Back2Back like Drake rap
Drive the ‘Rrari like I’m on a race track

Eat the booty like zucchini
He pulled it out – it was teeny

Check it out below:

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Fly Visual: London’s Own Cherri V Puts A Twist On Lil Kim’s Classic Song with “Insta Crush”


London’s seasoned songbird from the super duo Dora MartinCherri V debuts a new viral video entitled “Insta Crush.” The song is reminiscent to the sounds of Lil Kim‘s classic hip-hop track “Crush On You,” as Cherri adds her personal flavor to the massive cut.

In the video, Cherri struts through the streets donned in a long black suede coat, webbed bra top, accented with a gold-buckled belt with her signature red hair flowing in the wind as she sings about her Instagram crush.

“…the followers will know, an I’m tryna keep a low profile way down in your profile, I don’t wanna seem too keen I might, double tap 👆🏾👆🏾 one, two, maybe three, on a late night hope you notice me…. “

Twitter & Instagram: @CherriVoncelle


Happy New Year: Top 20 Moments of 2015


As we literally countdown the hours of 2015, check out our Top 20 recap of the Best and Hilarious Moments of the year. Trust us, this is our best line-up yet as the past 12 months was filled with some of the most news and happenings probably more than any year that we could remember.

Check it out after the jump!

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SFPL Music: Lil Kim – “That B*tch” (Remix)


Lil Kim jumps out the gate with a new remix entitled “That B*tch Remix” over Omarion original track “I’m Up” featuring French Montana and Kid Ink, produced by Nic Nac.

“If I could, i’d get the keys to the jail to free Bobby — we need the real n****s back”, the female vet rapper says about Bobby Shmurda, who recently was denied bail for the second time.

Kim also reunited with Mary J. Blige on Dec. 5th, as they hit the stage at Hot 97 & Footaction‘s Hot 4 The Holidays Concert featuring Busta Rhymes & Friends. The duo performed their classic hit “I Can Love You” at New Jersey’s Prudential Center.

Take a listen to the Queen Bee’s new remix below: