They want that old thing back? Though “The Game” fans seem to be getting acquainted with newbies Keira and Blue, it’s obvious that fans are still missing Melanie and Derwin. Fortunately for those fans, actress Wendy Raquel Robinson (Tasha Mack) says the show’s beloved couple will definitely be returning to the series at some point.
“I think you will definitely see them back because it’s a mutual love, you know,” Robinson told Mara the Hip Hop Socialite during a recent interview. “Pooch and Tia they do want to continue on and do the show, but you know, things change, careers go in different directions and things like that.”
Interestingly, she adds that the duo were actually supposed to appear in the show’s upcoming season finale; however, their hectic schedules did not permit for them to be there…
Pharrell Covers GQ’s April Issue, Responds To Oscars Loss Cleverly [PHOTO]
Seeing Pharrell win never gets old. That said, the Grammy winning producer appears on the April cover of GQ magazine. That’s right, The Neptune’s flourish continues. But this wasn’t completely the case at the Academy Awards earlier in March. Many assumed that Pharrell would win Best Original Song for his smash record “Happy” from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, but the Academy instead awarded “Let It Go” from Disney’s box office smash Frozen. When asked about being snubbed by the awards show, Pharrell cleverly answered:
“Well, trust me; when they read the results, my face was…frozen. But then I thought about it, and I just decided just to…let it go.”
Asher Roth ft. Vic Mensa – “Fast Life” [VIDEO/LISTEN]
It’s difficult to guess when an artist will find themselves musically, but it’s very apparent when it finally happens. That said, Asher Roth sounds very comfy on the material set to appear on his RetroHash sophomore LP, and that continues with today’s release, “Fast Life,” featuring Chicago MC Vic Mensa.
On a song dedicated to the curveballs life throws at you, the two MCs detail two totally opposite stories that are directly inspired by things they’ve seen and/or experienced. Roth’s verse follows the tumultuous life of a teen girl, who’s living in an abusive household and the damage that causes. Next up is the Save Money wordsmith, who discusses the difficulties of staying on the straight and narrow trail while growing up in his native Chi-town…
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