To be honest, it is hard to sell me on festivals because....I'm a diva. I don't want to be up against some sweaty people, even if it would allow me to see Jarvis Cocker and Pulp rock it out. At The Drive In returns after an 11 year absence and that still is not enough.
This year, the festival extends to 2 weekends. 2 weekends of overpriced water and food items. Woo hoo! Ahem. Not really.
Radiohead has never done it for me. I have tremendous respect for The Black Keys...just not enough to justify putting up with a Coachella crowd. Snoop Dog and Dr. Dre together again. Still....not enough.
Perhaps if I was hooked up by Goldenvoice and had use of its private facilities, I would enjoy it. For those that know the Doc well...i can be somewhat cockshy...or pee shy when it comes to having to use a port a potty. Again, I know I am a diva. I didn't even attend Coachella when Prince rocked it.
Are you guys impressed with the Coachella line up of 2012?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Yes....I said Cockshy....
Snoop Dog and Wiz Khalifa performed "Young, Wild, & Free" with The Roots on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
They cleaned up the song a little bit but it still has its cool funk and when you throw in The Roots as your backing band, you know it is going to be hot!
Check out the video above. It is hard not to funk side to side while listening to it.-DocFB
Diagnosis: When you live like this you are supposed to party.....
It is hard to believe that it has been over a decade since Eminem was brought on to rap scene by Dr. Dre. His very first MTV Video Music Awards performance showed that Eminem was here to stay. The next night, he rocked the Gibson Ampithetre in L.A. with Dre and was my first time seeing Eminem electrify a crowd.
Not only did he perform "My Name Is" and "Guilty Conscience" and "Nothing But A "G" Thang" with Dre and Snoop Dog, he walked away with the best new artist that night. Unlike the Grammy's, MTV got it right that night.
Check out this classic performance by Eminem featuring Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dog.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: It's Like That N Like This And.....
"So What" is the latest video from Far East Movement. It has been a successfull year for FEM with "Like A G6", "Rocketeer" and "If I Was U" with Snoop Dog.
"So What" has the vibe and video to find itself another major hit for Far East Movement.
I think this gets the FUNK pass and won't be a DUNK.
Check it out and let us know what you think.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: All I Want Is Bass
Here is the premiere of "It's In The Morning" by Robin Thicke and he is not talking about breakfast at McDonalds.
Snoop Dogg has a cameo in this video as well. Check out the smoothness and let me know what you think.-Dr.FB
Check out the preview commercial for the "Star Wars" line of Adidas apparel coming out later this month. It features David Beckham and Snoop Dog and a cool mix of the evil empire song.
Me loves. What do you think?-Dr.FB
Jay Z is nothing but D.O.A. when it comes to leading the list of top money makers in Hip Hop & Rap.
Forbes released their annual list and Jay topped it by bringing in $35 million in the past year. 50 Cent pulled in $20 million while Kanye pulling in $25 million and Lil Wayne pulling in $18 million. That's a lot of lollipops to say the least.
Here is the list:
1 - Jay-Z - $35 million
2 - Diddy - $30 million
3 - Kanye West - $25 million
4 - 50 Cent - $20 million
5 - Akon - $20 million
6 - Lil Wayne - $18 million
7 - Timbaland - $17 million
8 - Pharrell Williams - $15 million
9 - T-Pain - $15 million
10 - Eminem - $14 million
11 - Dr. Dre - $13 million
12 - Snoop Dogg - $11 million
13 - Ludacris - $10 million
14 - Swizz Beatz - $8 million
15 - T.I. - $8 million
18 - Will.i.am - $8 million
18 - Common - $8 million
18 - Big Boi - $7 million
18 - Andre 3000 - $7 million
20 - Flo Rida - $6 million
20 - Rick Ross - $6 million
20 - The Game - $6 million
20 - Young Jeezy - $6 million
Interesting to me how many on the list have thier own clothing line or other ventures.-Dr.FB