I referred to Congressman Foley as a Vampire
Senator Allen as Dr Jeckell and Mr Hyde
and our inner city youth as Frankenstien monsters
after watching yesterdays episode of I’ll blame anyone just as long as I stay in power, I can only refer to the Congress as a shop of horrors
This Lizard knows Hyphy
Music in the Classroom
Outkast’s Andre 3000 (Andre Benjamin) unveiled his new animated series “Class Of 3000” at a recent Cartoon Network press event, set to debut in November.
Andre explained that the cartoon revolves around a group of gifted music students who look up to former graduate-turned superstar Sunny Bridges, voiced by Dre. One of the characters, Lil D, is loosely based on Dre’s childhood.
“I come from the projects and [I used to] go all the way across town to school, which is in Buckhead, a prominent part of Atlanta,” said Dre. “I went to school with mayor’s kids and commissioner’s kids, so it was a mash-up then. One of my best friends, he was French. Another best friend was Indian.”
“So when we created show, we didn’t want it to be just all Black characters or all White characters,” he said. “We just created a world and it kind of mirrors what’s going on right now. Everybody hangs out with everybody. It’s not like you just stay in your own little clique. There’s a huge Crayola box going on.”
Andre says he’s also looking to drop a soundtrack for the series, and is already searching for artists to make guest appearances during the show’s second season.
“We’re reaching out to a lot of people,” Dre said. “A lot of people are interested. Every time you drop an album, you kinda go through this whole run. You do TRL, you do all those shows. I think ‘Class of 3000’ will be one of those places that record companies will say, ‘We want our artist to be on this show.’ It’ll be a cool place.”
HOW RICH ARE YOU?
Every year we gaze enviously at the lists of the richest people in world.
Wondering what it would be like to have that sort of cash. But where
would you sit on one of those lists? Here’s your chance to find out.