While the piece of televised insanity known as 'Breaking Bad' had its mid-season premiere last night, entertainers were being honored over at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles for the annual Teen Choice Awards.
New York City fans were treated like royalty as the Kings of the Mic tour tested the walls of Roseland Ballroom last night (June 20) with performances from LL Cool J, Public Enemy, Ice Cube and De La Soul.
It's strictly a Queens thing on Action Bronson's remix of 'Strictly 4 My Jeeps.' The chef-turned rapper welcomes fellow Queens natives LL Cool J and Lloyd Banks on the effort. The original song was already a certified street banger now the remix is on another level.
The year was 1993, and it seemed rapper LL Cool J could do no wrong. At 25, he was the poster boy for commercial success in hip-hop with four major selling albums under his belt. So his fifth studio LP, ’14 Shots to the Dome,' was highly-anticipated when it was released on this day, 20 years ago.
LL Cool J is a confident rapper who is never afraid to go shirtless onstage when he's rocking the mic.
The New York native has always stayed in tip-top form and in good health. Honestly, we don't think we ever saw him overweight or bloated in his 40-plus career...
'Radio' is considered by many to be Cool James' finest work, but within the confines of 1987's 'Bigger and Deffer,' his second LP, is where our childhood memories abound.
Even amongst accusations that the rapper sold out his cocksure style for a softer pop trail (the absence of 'Radio' producer Rick Rubin didn't help, either), tracks like 'I'm Bad' and 'I Need Love' are full of B-boy delights and
While people are in an uproar over 'Accidental Racist,' which is country superstar Brad Paisley's song featuring LL Cool J, the rapper feels that the art has done its job, since it has sparked conversation.
Now that we've heard LL Cool J and Brad Paisley's polarizing tune 'Accidental Racist,' here's another collaboration from the duo called 'Live For You.' Thankfully, the song is not as bad as some people might expect.
Legendary rapper LL Cool J might be the first rapper to ever pose with an animal on an album cover. For his 1989 LP, 'Walking With a Panther,' the Queens emcee is in a stance behind a black panther.
Back in the days, this really looked cool (excuse the pun), but today it's kind of kitschy...
Brad Paisley's song, 'Accidental Racist,' featuring LL Cool J, has garnered a tidal wave of reactions on Twitter. The song has been universally panned by the hip-hop community for its absurd lyrics by both artists.