Thursday, April 28, 2016

New Drake Mixtape Feat Various Artist From the 6



K Zeus presents The 6 Mixtape Featuring Drake,PartyNextDoor,The Weeknd, Justin Beiber, K Zeus, & Tory Lanez....ENJOY THE TAPE




New K Zeus EP "Modo Deum"



When It Rains it Pours

Ever since the end of 2014 K Zeus has been relatively quiet. His last EP  TNK: Kobe Year (The Next King) told the story of peasants journey from peasant to potential King, and was received well by fans and critics alike. 

There where rumors of unreleased Projects Like BLVKK GAWD & Land Of The Sin but out side of relatively random singles being released on Soundcloud featuring various artist like Tinashe, Charles Hamilton,Childish Gambino , Chance The Rapper and his stand out single Space Jam no new information regarding K Zeus or his music has been found until now.


The artist known as K Zeus has been working on a EP called "Modo Deum"  which is Latin for God Mode. This EP is unlike any other project K Zeus has released because it will be officially distributed by UMG (Universal Music Group) during the summer of 2016 and will be available for purchase and streaming on Itunes, Tidal, &; Spotify. The EP stands as a preview for a future album Named Shinra Tensai which is Japanese for Almighty Push which is slated for a 2017 release. K Zeus promises some dope songs,features, and music videos all dropping Summer & Fall 16.


To promote the mixtape the EP "Modo Deum" K Zeus has released a new single champ and promises a Drake V  Zeus mixtape in the immediate future, and promotional mixtape Starchaser as we wait for the official release of "Modo Deum" &; "Shinra Tensai"...

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Prince has died at the age of 57


Sad Day Purple Rain

Via Complex

Legendary singer Prince has passed away at the age of 57 at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota. As of right now, details are scarce, but police reportedly responded to an emergency around 9:30 this morning. TMZ is reporting that Prince's body was found earlier this morning at his residence. The AP has since confirmed Prince's passing.

Last week, Prince was hospitalized after his plane made an emergency landing in Illinois following a show in Atlanta. At the time, his team released a statement that he had been battling the flu, and he was later seen riding his bike around his neighborhood over the weekend. As of now, there's no word on the cause of death, though Prince had to cancel multiple shows recently due to health concerns.

Prince's contributions to the world go far beyond just his music, but his impact on the music world can't be understated in any way. His countless classic albums and songs over the years—1999, Purple Rain, Sign o' the Times and many more—helped shape generations of music forever. The legendary singer brought an unmatched style and enthusiasm to everything he did, which spanned far past just his music. Prince was dominant on the charts over the years, hitting No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart five times throughout his career. During his career, Prince released a whooping 37 studio albums, with the last being HITnRUN Phase One and HITnRUN Phase Two​, which were released in 2015. We'll continue to update this story as more details are made available. We've reached out to his reps for comment.

Monday, April 18, 2016

The Neighbors 2 The Funniest/ Hottest Movie of the Summer






The original comedy Neighbors was a rare non-visual effects-filled studio-released summer blockbuster, it ended up being a huge hit when it was released back in 2013. When inexpensive movies make studios huge profits, it usually means that the sequel green light isn’t far off – and the Nicholas Stoller-directed comedy is no different. Now Neighbors 2 is set for release next summer, and it has just been revealed that it has a subtitle which gives us some insight into what the movie will be about: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Really, we should have seen this coming.



Production Weekly posted the full title, which seems to sync up with what we’ve learned so far about the sequel currently in production. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising will revolve around a sorority house moving in next door to the family played by Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne from the first film. When they have trouble dealing with the sorority, they turn to their previous nemesis, played by Zac Efron, for help. We assume shenanigans ensue at this point.

As was confirmed earlier this week, Chloe Moretz has been cast in a major role in the film, and it’s expected that she will be the primary antagonist sorority sister. The female Zac Efron if you will. Moretz was the highlight of the Kick-Ass movies and we know Hit Girl could get pretty vile, so Moretz should feel right at home with the exceptionally vulgar comedy. In fact, we're more than a little curious to see what this plot will have her up to.

Neighbors R rating was one of the reasons its success was so surprising. During the summer movie season, PG-13 is always the ideal rating in order to allow the majority of moviegoers into the theater, but the Nicholas Stoller movie blazed the trail helped formed by titles like The Hangover and Ted. Ultimately, the movie managed to gross $268 million on an $18 million budget – so, again, it’s little surprise a sequel got the go-ahead. That being said, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising will need to provide the same sort of laughs, but without being the same laughs, to be successful – which is arguably a much higher bar.

Of course, that may be the only problem facing the movie. One wonders if the plot of the movie feels too obvious. It would probably be very easy for the production to take the original script, run a "find and replace" and swap out fraternity for sorority, and call it a day. One thing that would be nice would be to see a female-centered story that gives Rose Byrne more time to shine. Critics hailed her as one of the highlights of the original, as she really held her own. Maybe it’s time for Rogen to play second fiddle. That could go a long way to making the movie feel fresh.

Whatever ends up happening, we’ll certainly be checking out Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising when it hits next summer. Chloe Moretz has high bar to clear if she wants to out do Zac Efron’s performance in the original, but if anybody can do it, we have a feeling she can. 



Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Doctor Strange - Marvel Back At It Again with the Dope Trailers



The very first trailer for Doctor Strange premiered tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, setting the stage for Benedict Cumberbatch's entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Dude was first chosen for the role in December 2014, but because of rewrites filming didn't begin until November 2015. The flick just finished filming in New York earlier in April, where Cumberbatch made a surprise appearance in costume at JHU Comic Books.


Check the trailer and Emergency Awesome Breakdown

The Knicks Reportedly Want To Interview Mark Jackson For Their Head Coach Job




Via: Dana Scott

KNICKS

Knicks president Phil Jackson likes the prospects of hiring interim head coach Kurt Rambis to take the reins as head coach for the Knicks to instill the Triangle Offense next season. Perhaps Rambis' losing record as an NBA coach is an afterthought to Phil.

Although, Jackson wants to interview some other available coaches first for who he feels could bring the Knicks back to prominence next season. Those names now include former Cavaliers coach David Blatt and Mark Jackson (sorry, Patrick!)

Jackson, a defensive specialist, helped mold the Golden State Warriors into a playoff contender before he was fired from their head coach position in 2014. SNY.tv reporter Tommy Dee stated:

"A source close to the situation told me on Monday that Jackson has reached out to former Golden State Warriors head coach and Knicks point guard Mark Jackson to discuss the Knicks head coaching position. In what was termed a 'generic initial discussion,' the Knicks president is exploring several options and plans on interviewing more than a few candidates for the position including Mark Jackson."
Jackson would be a hometown favorite, being that he's a Queens native who helped lead his alma mater St. John's to the 1985 Final Four, and was drafted No. 18 overall by the Knicks in 1987. He won Rookie of the Year in 1988, and played for the Knicks before he was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers in 1992.