drake&jayzOver the weekend, Jay-Z’s track “Off That” featuring Drake on BP3 was leaked and the blogs and social networking sites went crazy. There were many mixed reviews about the track. Some people love it, others hate it, and you have those in between.  Click the link to listen 

Jay-Z ft. Drake Off That

I like the song and the message that Jay-Z is sending. He is HipHops #1 trendsetter. “I might wear black for a year straight” everybody is wearing black. “I don’t wear Jersey’s I’m 30+” #deathtothrowbacks. Jay-Z has a very prominent voice in pop culture and so when he says something has got to go…chances are people will be on a new trend before the song is over. This track reminds me of “30 Something” off of the “Kingdom Come” album. Its like his way of saying grow up. You are still doing things that people were doing 10yrs ago acting like its hot. Now think about it…are 26″ rims really necessary? I don’t think so. “We off that” So for Jay, when something becomes popular its like ok I need to find something better to set me apart. I think I would’ve have liked the song better if Drake actually had a verse, but he’s just on the hook, but he served his purpose.

What do you think about the track?

Jay-Z on MTV


I don’t know where to begin with this show this season. I am just disappointed because I had high hopes for this show. The past three seasons were PHENOMENAL and now it just seems like its all about gimmicks. Every group on the show is talented, but I don’t think the groups are being challenged enough. I honestly think the judges (not Shane, Lil Mama, or JC) who selected the groups to be on the show were either drunk or high during the audition process. I am all for creativity, diversity, and versatility, but I cannot accept gimmicks. Southern Movement and their hick hop, Afro-Borike and their reggaeton, Massive Monkey’s and their sub par tricks, We Are Heroes and their stiffness, Vogue Evolution and theri flamboyance, Beat Ya Feet Kings and their one trick….I can go on and on

abdc2 . Each group has talent and courage and I commend all of them, but compared to the last three seasons, these groups are sub par. Dynamic Edition (the cloggers) would destroy Southern Movement, Beat Freaks and Fly Khicks would murder We Are Heroes, Super Crew and Supreme Soul would demolish Massive Monkey’s. Fanny Pak would kick Vogue Evolution’s butt all around the stage. The only crew that I actually like is Rhythm City but please don’t bring Live In Color from Season One…smh. I want to be entertained and if you follow me on twitter for the past three weeks you would know that I am disappointed. I want to be inspired! I want these crews to make me want to dust off my jazz shoes and take another dance class again. I want tune in every Sunday anxious to see what they do, but I those feelings do not exist. I want more dancing and less gimmicks. This is the only week that the judges were right on with their feedback, with the exception of Lil Mama (smh) These crews need to step it up! More intricate choreography, cleaner transitions, less gimmicks and more dancing. So if anyone from ABDC reads this, please for the sake of your fans, next season GO HARD OR GO HOME!

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