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The Source Magazine's principal lender is off to a bad start in its attempt to take over the publication.
New York State Supreme Court Justice Richard B. Lowe said that he had doubts regarding Textron Financial Corp.'s legal strategy. The Source reportedly owes Textron $18 million and lost $11 million in the past four years.
Rap feuds aren't usually about differing opinions on President Bush. However, that appears to be the case with 50 Cent and Kanye West.
50 says he disagrees with West's remark that ''George Bush doesn't care about black people,'' proclaimed during a September telethon for Hurricane Katrina victims.
Being the angry black editor that I am, I almost hate to say this but even I can only deny the truth for so long.
50 Cent is a fucking genius.
Hip hop collectively embraced Fif with open arms, whether you extended it lovingly or to throw a blow in his direction. Hate it or love it, Curtis Jackson gets results (and keeps a lot of y’all clicking the links with his name in it).
For months, staffers and visitors to the West 23rd Street offices of hip-hop bible The Source have had to step gingerly through a construction site. Now, it appears that the mag, whose masthead mingles in the same elevator as Radar’s, situated a few floors above, is having trouble coming up with the rent—reportedly overdue to the tune of $156,000.
Indie distributor ThinkFilm said Tuesday it nabbed worldwide rights to "Awesome: IF
'Shot That," a kaleidoscopic Beastie Boys concert documentary shot mainly by 50 fans on hand-held Hi8 cameras at Madison Square Garden.