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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Lil' Wayne "BONE HEAD" plays of 2009!!!

When I think of the "bone heads" of music I always think of self proclaimed best rapper Alive Bull****!!!, Wezzey Jefferson Lil’ Wayne.  A guy with so much potential in making records and so much fan morale, and he goes out and makes a BONE HEAD decision to get him locked away like a caged parakeet!!!!  I do not fault Wayne for wanting to get his smoke on, or his sip on, or even his pill pop on every man deserves to snort a little cocaine if he's rich right??? tend to his vice.  But dude hire licensed security to hold you fire arms #comeonson!!!!!!!

You had one of the highest selling albums of 2008 and a highly anticipated album in 2010 album Rebirth and you can’t hire security to hold your heat. I guess those 8 baby momma’s are milking you huh son???  But honestly son you call yourself a business man and you call yourself a person who makes smart moves, dude prison is not a smart move by any means. 

Hopefully you are in a cell all by yourself or else your kissing antics will be tested in the pen.....”Hey I’m Just saying!!!” #kanyeshrug.  Wayne will probably be out in less than a year with another couple million copies under his belt.  He will still be a role model to millions of Ghetto children, and skinny jeans will be the new urban fashion sense.  Hey I’m just saying, now days kids look up to guys that go balls to the wall and get locked up for making bad decisions, but it's OK because he was being hard when he got locked up so that's why I'll still support his music!!! D*** Dumb A** Rappers Are Making All Rappers Look Like A**** #SMH. 

and you know that the ladies love the bad boy with the track record.  I mean who wouldn’t want a guy with a prison record 5 baby momma’s and a drug habit shouts out the Lauren London!!! I guess the Million+ bank account makes it all better aye???

I don’t mean to be mean but these women are just as delusional as die hard Wayne fans, at least I admitt when my Fav Rappers are f****** up!!!!!  I’m outta here!!!

Until next time this has been "Note" of THE SCORE

Saturday, December 26, 2009


Robot Takes Music Where You Want to Hear It (December 15, 2006)

The robot can play a particular track at a set time. (c) 2006 ZMP INC.
There is now a robot that will come over to you and play music with just the push of a button on a remote control. ZMP Inc., a startup company that develops and sells humanoid robots, released the "miuro" in December 2006. It is the first such product capable of autonomous movement to go on sale anywhere in the world. Mobile-Phone Controlled
The small robot "miuro," which contains a music player, is essentially a moving stereo. It measures 35 cm across and 22 cm high, it weighs 5 kg, and it moves on two wheels. Priced at an affordable ¥108,800 ($907 at ¥120 to the dollar), with the purchase of an add-on package for ¥19,800 ($165) users with a computer and wireless LAN can enjoy having the robot autonomously navigate their house using onboard cameras and sensors, finding its own way to the living room and other preprogrammed locations. For example, it could be used in place of an alarm clock, moving into your bedroom and waking you up with the song of your choice in the morning.
Miuro blends into your living room. (c) 2006 ZMP INC.
The miuro uses a lithium battery that allows up to four hours of use on a single two-hour charge. It is operated by means of an infrared remote control, but it is also possible to give it instructions using a mobile phone. Using the remote control, the user can select and play music taken from an mp3 player, a computer, or Internet radio. On top of that, when users are away, they can keep tabs on what is happening at home by instructing the miuro go to a preprogrammed location, take a photo, and email it to them.
A yellow miuro. (c) 2006 ZMP INC.
An Integral Part of Life
Industrial robots account for most of Japan's robot market at present. When Sony Corp. released the dog-like robot AIBO in 1999 for home use, sales were not as good as expected, and the company later halted production. Robots that feature human-like intelligence and those that can walk on two legs are still in the development stages, and those that are available remain too expensive for ordinary consumers to purchase.
The miuro, however, is priced affordably enough for most households. A company spokesperson explains: "Robots had previously attracted attention just for being able to move. What we're trying to do is make this kind of robot a part of everyday life, showing people a new kind of lifestyle."

Friday, December 25, 2009

(Billboard) Ke$ha Bumps Jay-Z, Clocks First Hot 100 No. 1

Newcomer Ke$ha takes her first solo chart single "TiK ToK" to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 (2-1), set to be released on Thursday (Dec. 24). Ke$ha is the first female vocalist to rise to No. 1 with her debut single since Lady Gaga stormed the list with "Just Dance" in January 2009.

"TiK ToK" is actually the second Hot 100 No. 1 to feature vocals by the 22-year-old. She had a non-credited appearance on Flo Rida's six-week chart-topper "Right Round" earlier this year. "TiK ToK" is the first single from Ke$ha's debut album, "Animal," which is set for a Jan. 5 release.

"TiK ToK" also moves 2-1 on Digital Songs with 221,000 downloads (up 40,000) and is the Digital Gainer on the Hot 100. The song's weekly total is the highest sum since Britney Spears' "3" posted 254,000 on the chart dated Oct. 24. "3" remains in the Hot 100 top 10, falling 9-10 this week.

Ke$ha's move to the top bumps "Empire State of Mind" by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys from its perch (1-2) after a five-week run. In a rare chart occurrence, an acoustic version of "Empire" by Keys debuts at No. 55. Most often, different takes of a song are merged with the original versions for the purpose of chart rankings, but in the instance where a contributing vocalist (Keys) takes the reigns without help from the lead act (Jay-Z), the songs are tracked separately.

It's another stationary week in the Hot 100 top 10, as no new tracks enter the upper tier for a third straight frame, the longest stretch in almost six years. Rihanna was close to ending the drought this week as "Hard," featuring Jeezy, hops 21-11.

Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" holds at No. 3 and is the Airplay Gainer for a third straight week, gaining 15 million listener impressions (to 91 million) while jumping 6-3 on Radio Songs.

The songs at Nos. 4-7 all remain in place: Iyaz's "Replay," Owl City's "Fireflies," "Sexy Chick" by David Guetta Featuring Akon and Jason Derulo's "Whatcha Say," respectively.

Jay Sean's "Down" rebounds 10-8, while the Black Eyed Peas slip 8-9 with "Meet Me Halfway."

Eminem has the chart's Hot Shot Debut, coming in at No. 29 with "Hell Breaks Loose." The song features Dr. Dre and is one of the new tracks that appear on Eminem's re-released "Relapse: Refill." Another new cut, "Elevator," debuts at No. 67. "Hell" opens at No. 12 on Digital Songs (74,000 downloads) with "Elevator" entering at No. 31 on that sales tally with 36,000.

Rounding out the Hot 100's debuts are Adam Lambert's "Whataya Want From Me" (No. 72), Robin Thicke's "Sex Therapy" (No. 79) and "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)" from Usher featuring Plies (No. 94).

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New Up and Coming MC and his name is simply "OUTLAW"!!!!!!!

I've never been a fan of the crunk southern party style of music until I heard this guy.  Along with a huge bag of tricks that extend from a backwoods southern style to a catchy name and lingo to match I learned quite a lot from Rodney Outlaw within 5 mins of talking to him.  "I just want everyone to have a good time to my music" he exclaimed while shaking the hands of any fans or admirers that crossed his path. 

With flavor and energy that would make any southern jook joint stand to their feet and with the rapid production and lyrical content that would make any so-call true hip-hop head lend a second ear  Outlaw could rock any crowd and arena that I have ever been in.

Rodney also has a great music business sense too, He has created Outlaw Entertainment Group with his business partner and is managing a few up and coming artist while he perfects his craft.  "Moves are being made and if the music is quality, we can't be stopped" are the words that he said when I asked him about the state of the music industry.

So call me dick rider big fan of the guy or what ever you can dish out at me, fine!!!!.......But this guy has something special.  The energy in his music is undeniable and is sure to rock radio stations, ipod's, and MTV in the near future.

Until next time this has been "Note" of THE SCORE

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