All you Jay-Z and Kanye fans, get ready…. According to producers involved with the project, Watch the Throne, the collaborative album by the two biggest names in hip hop, is almost ready. The album will likely feature production from Kanye West, No ID, Q-Tip and Pete Rock.Click the image to enlarge.
Friday, the Coachella music festival- the unofficial kick-off to the summer music concert season- kicked off. And surprisingly, the concert got a big “F*** You” from a normally upbeat performer. Cee Lo Green,a ordinarily jolly Goodie Mob and Gnarls Barkley frontman, arrived a half hour late for an unusually early set for an artist of his caliber, and he wasn’t happy at all. An angry Cee Lo demanded that the audience flip Coachella the bird, and a few spectators obliged. The organizers pulled the plug on his set after just 20 minutes and an irate Cee- Lo stormed off the stage. Click the image to enlarge.
When explaining his tardiness, Cee Lo said, “It ain’t my fault; they should have given me another set time!” Your thoughts?
Miley Cyrus, aka Hannah Montana, has set her massive “Gypsy Heart” world tour in the summer, taking in South America and Australia, but she hasn’t scheduled any dates in North America. Cyrus admitted she is unsure about fans here and fears they might not want to see her live shows. She went on to say,” I don’t want to go anywhere where I don’t feel completely comfortable with it.” Click the image to enlarge.
You know what makes a cool gift? An Aaron the Artist cartoon drawing of course! Whether its for your Twitter or Facebook avatars or simply a drawing that you think would look cool on your wall, I can make that happen! If you’re interested in getting a customed drawing, customized comic strip, logo and even a personalized animated cartoon, send me a message by using the contact form located on the right side of this site. Below is a pic I did for a friend of mine, Barry Floyd, aka Tee Tee from The Game. Click the image to enlarge.
There’s a very big change coming for a major cell phone provider. Verizon Wireless is phasing out its famous cell phone commercials — featuring actor Paul Marcarelli uttering the phrase, “Can you hear me now?” “Don’t feel bad for me, but I’m definitely glad that chapter is over,” Marcarelli said. “Most people my age are now trying to trade in their street cred for money, and I kind of made my money.” Marcarelli played the Verizon Test Man for nine years. Click the image to enlarge.