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- Geek & Sci-Fi
Back in 1997, a star-studded Def Jam roster paired a resurging LL Cool J with a handful of superstar hopefuls in Red & Meth, DMX and Canibus to deliver what they anticipated would inevitably be a classic single from from LL's Phenomenon album.
I don’t remember when or where I saw it, but I remember reading the song title “Accidental Racist,” by Brad Paisley featuring LL Cool J and wondering if country western artists had to deal with fake track lists surfacing on the ‘net the way Hip-Hop acts do.
If only some savvy sponsor could take advantage of LL's oral obsession.
A playlist of eight songs from LL Cool J to listen to before he hosts the 2013 Grammys.
We've all come to accept the fact that the Grammys have totally lost touch with Rap music and what is considered, you know, good.
On the flipside of how far rap has come (and the polar opposite of Gucci's education push), here's a really rare, odd clip of LL Cool J in action for a group of kids circa 1985.
There's absolutely no reason for reasonable human beings to attach anything more than minimal importance to the Grammys, arbitrary and out-of-touch as they are.
For many, the '90s were the Golden era of Hip-Hop where the genre reached its artistic pinnacle.
We're here for LL's "6 Minutes.
Charles Barkley has this catchphrase on Inside The NBA preaching something to extent Father Time is the only undefeated player in basketball history.
Here's a picture of Jonathan Kirby, a 56-year-old transient who broke into LL Cool J's house and received an ass whoopin' for his troubles.
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"I eliminate punks cut 'em up in chunks, you were souped then you heard me and your ego shrunk." -- LL Cool J
LL Cool J's music career pre-dated gangster rap and now he plays a cop on a bland TV show, but that doesn't mean he won't still beat you to a pulp if he catches you trying to steal his stuff.
In a new web series called "Classic Recipes," producer Marley Marl explains how he and LL Cool J came up with the beat for "Mama Said Knock You Out."
Marley Marl, one of the greatest producers and DJs in hip-hop history, shows you how he produced the beat for the 1991 Grammy-winning single "Mama Said Knock You Out" by LL Cool J.
As Hip-Hop comes to terms with the passing of MCA, pioneers from the group's past have started sharing their experiences with Yauch and the trio.
"The act of making love is.