Here’s something you don’t hear everyday: a Philly boxer busted in a gay threesome porno, says he was drugged and he’s actually a ladies man. Yusaf Mack, an engaged father of 10, sounds a little confused about what it means to actually love sexing women, but that’s neither here nor there.
The iconic Philadelphia International Records sign outside of the Sound Of Philadelphia building will be removed on Wednesday (Oct. 15), marking the end of an era. The label’s building, owned by legendary songwriters Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff and Thom Bell, was sold this week and will make way for a hotel and condominium project.
The City of Brotherly Love has more to offer than a rich history, water ice, and cheesesteaks. At least that’s what we gather from our latest Bangin Candy selection, Lira Galore.
The Roots have been ambassadors for Philadelphia in Hip-Hop and world culture overall since hitting the scene with 1993 debut Organix!. The City of Brotherly Love recently implored a bit of reciprocity to the hometown heroes by dedicating a mural to them in their honor on the corner of Broad Street and South Street.
Damn Beans! 2013 is not bringing much good news to Beanie Sigel these days.
A few nights ago, an unfortunate shooting that occurred outside of French Montana’s tour bus after a Philadelphia show deferred attention from the damn good concert the Bronx native put on prior to the incident. During his performance at the Theatre of Living Arts, the “Pop That” rapper surprised fans by bringing out Meek Mill to run […]
Since his well publicized beef with Meek Mill, Cassidy has been propelled back into the public eye. Now it’s on him to capitalize on his re-found “fame,” and thus far some of the Philly MC’s decisions have been questionable. We see you “Condom Style.” You can be the judge of Cassidy’s latest venture with fellow […]