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Rihanna featuring Drake 'What's My Name' video

If you've been here recently, you'll have noticed this song pop up a couple of times. I love this track on some next levels. I don't even like Drake like everyone else so don't take me for one of them dudes that go on like Drake is the saviour and worship his royal blockhead and carpet eyebrows.

Rihanna is a different story. I'm not a great fan of a lot of her track but this new Rihanna is raveshing. Look at her. Damn fam. Once again, the forehead never EVER put me off. Stargate on this island pop ting + Rihanna saying "Dung town wid a gurrl like me" is an instant win.



@MikillPane Mikill Pane
RT by @MarvinSparks
'Oh nana, what's my name?'. Rihanna, if your gran can't remember your name, seek advice on Alzheimer's - don't write fucking songs about it

Throwback Tune of the Day: Rihanna featuring Cory Gunz 'If It's Lovin' That You Want (remix)'

Hated the original. Much preferred this version. Cory Gunz has been about to blow longer than a reformed hoe.



Tweet of the Day: Trevor Nelson's senior moment

Legend DJ Trevoe Nelson tweeted: "Shame I went all the way to the west end with different shoes on"

Don't believe him? Well here's photographic evidence



Just think, one day I'll get that old. Poor ting

To make matters worse the following tweet: "Left foot is a black puma right foot is a dirty suede Clarks style comfy shoe.the look on my face was crackheadish" What's "Clarks style"? That sounds like them poor kids with two-stripe Zumbro jackets. "Clarks style" is a bigger fail

Disclaimer: unless he tells me they're some random expensive brand

Disclimer of the disclaimer: I don't rate super brands, materialism nor vanity. But Clarks are shoes of the don's. Ask Dudus.

Tweet of the Day (for real): Diddy about Jay-Z signing Jay Electronica

Ok, I've just seen this tweet by P. Diddy and it has taken over the above Trevor Nelson one.

News broke that Jay-Z signed another one of the hottest rappers about, Erykah Badu's 3rd rapper babyfather pka Jay Electronica



Diddy who supported and promoted Jay Elec heavy on these streets tweeted: "Damn it hurts in a whole other way when someone you felt and I mean really felt was your Friend, Betrays you. It hurts when Breathe."

Erykah Badu responds: "@iamdiddy im sorry."

Poor ting. Remember when Jay-Z stole Kanye from Dame Dash? Bit of a regular thing here.

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