Left Unattended: Ice-T on Acting, Video Games and the State of Hip-Hop
D-Stroy breaks down rappers who have successful acting careers (Queen Latifah and Ice Cube, anyone?) and those who do not (Word to DMX.)
Then he spends quality time with legendary rapper, actor and entrepreneur Ice-T. The rapper opens up on why he was terrified about acting and has a beef with...Xbox One. He also tells D-Stroy why he took a long break from making music. Have no fear though, the rapper warns there will be blood on June 10 because he's finally dropping a new album called Manslaughter with his band, Body Count.
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It's pure comedy watching people celebrate holidays they know nothing about. This group of Mexicans have decided to flip the switch on some Americans by celebrating the 4th of July just like Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
The festivities include getting wasted, spitting out false facts about the Great Battle of Fourth of July, dressing up like a patriot and singing the U.S. National Anthem, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."
Oh how the tables have turned!
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"Spanish is a beautiful language. It's also a language where you can find yourself accidentally saying the world, dick, a lot."
Flama producer Joanna Hausmann is back at it and this time around, she's ranting about accidental Spanish curse words.
As Latinos, "we may all speak the same language," says Joanna. "But with over 20 different Spanish-speaking countries it makes sense that we're gonna have different bad words." Yuuuuup!
In Puerto Rico, la concha means seashell but in other countries? Vagina. And don't get Joanna started on the many different meanings of straw. It's insane because a straw, as she says, "is the most boring thing there is on earth."
What are your favorite Spanish dirty words that have different meanings?
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After attending countless weddings and eating countless slices of cake all in the name of research, we've put together all of our favorite Latino songs that we've heard at weddings for the ultimate dance party collection! From cumbia, salsa and bachata to throwback mambo, Mexican regional and some we can't even classify, they're all here!