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5Jun
2011
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Eminem Disses Lady Gaga In New Song “A Kiss” Listen Now!

 

Oh boy.  Eminem has made a career on taking anyone on. Maybe this time, he took on more than he can chew.  In a new track called "The Kiss", he disses Lady Gaga.

In his side project "Good Meets Evil" with another Detroit rapper Royce Da 5'9, he talks about wanting to get with Katy Perry but when it comes to Gaga, he takes a stab at her gender.  "Good Meets Evil" will be released June 13th.

"Tell Lady Gaga she can quit her job at the post office/She’s still a male lady"

Wow.  Not as powerful as some of his other disses at NSYNC and Moby back in the day, but still.  Her fan base is huge.  It is either on her to ignore it or give it juice n pour some fuel on it. 

What do you think of the song and what do you think of Em's diss at Gaga?-Dr.FB

Diagnosis:  Role Play

5Apr
2009
3

Exclusive! “Change Begins Within” Review With Photos of Paul McCartney, Ringo Star & Eddie Vedder!

Paul McCartney & Ringo Star! 04/04/09 Photo: G. Dicker For Drfunkenberry.com
Paul McCartney & Ringo Star! 04/04/09 Photo: G. Dicker For Drfunkenberry.com

Paul McCartney & Ringo Star! 04/04/09 Photo: G. Dicker For Drfunkenberry.com

Paul McCartney & Eddie Vedder.  04/04/09 Photo: G. Dicker For Drfunkenberry.com

Paul McCartney & Eddie Vedder. 04/04/09 Photo: G. Dicker For Drfunkenberry.com

April 4th, 2009 is a date we won't be forgetting anytime soon. 

David Lynch hosted the "Change Begins Within" benefit show at the Radio City Music in New York to promote children being taught meditation in schools for relaxation and creativity.

While the premise of the benefit sounds wacky, the believers in the organization that turned up to show their support included: Eddie Vedder (From Pearl Jam), Sheryl Crow, Moby, Bettye Levette, Paul Horn, Donovan, Mike Love (From The Beach Boys), Jerry Seinfeld, Ben Harper, Howard Stern, Laura Dern, David Lynch, and the first public performance of Paul McCartney & Ringo Star since the passing of George Harrison.

The 6,000 seat venue gave a thunderous applause for a set that included "Yellow Submarine", "Blackbird", "With A Little Help From My Friends", "Drive My Car", "Jet", "Band On The Run", "Let It Be", "Lady Madonna" and "I Saw Her Standing There". 

Wow!  Have to Thank GED for this report and photos!  What an amazing night.-Dr.FB