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Checkout teaser for Wayne and Tip “Ball” music video
Full video premieres after VH1’s “Family Hustle” on Monday, October 22nd at 11pm EST.
Rapper and Entrepreneur Lil Wayne skates in a new skateboard park he helped finance along with Glu Agency and Mountain Dew, in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans.
The new park is located in a building that survived the Hurricane Katrina flooding. It was constructed using recycled materials, will be run using solar energy and includes all the features skaters love — stairs with rails for sliding, skating embankments and half pipes.
The rapper partnered with Mountain Dew and Glu Agency, a New York-based advertising firm, to launch the new park, which will be open to the public seven days a week, beginning Monday.
While in New Orleans for Essence Festival 2012, SoulCulture TV sat down with DJ and legendary Cash Money producer Mannie Fresh at the House of Blues to discuss his hometown, commercial Hip Hop’s need to diversify, his thoughts on the Southern scene, what it’s been like working with Kanye West and the crew on Cruel Summer, and Lil Wayne’s work ethic.
Mardi Gras x Curren$y & The Jets
Shot & Edited by CJ Wallis, @fortyfps
featuring Currensy, Mousa504, FatMack187 & Jean Laphere
all music from #Here EP, released February 05, 2012
Shot in New Orleans, February 21st, 2012
Earlier this year (in January 2011) Michael Taylor was disciplined on YouTube by his uncle for posting false gang member statuses on Facebook and other social networks (video below).
According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said Michael Taylor, 16, was found shot to death shortly after 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7 when deputies responded to a report of gunshots in the area.
Taylor had been shot multiple times.
Sgt. Larry Dyess, JPSO spokesman, told the Times-Picayune that authorities had no suspect or motive in the incident.
Taylor’s mother, Kimberly Ward, told the newspaper that she kept strict tabs on her son, even making him stay on the sidewalk in eyesight of their home when he went outside. The night of the shooting, she said, Taylor received a text message from a friend at about 8 p.m. and went outside to chat.