With Aladdin ficially hitting theatres tonight, a porn studio has decided to make a timely parody the live-action classic. One the most anticipated movies the entire year is nearly upon us and much like with every other blockbuster, adult entertainment companies are looking to make some money f the blockbuster. After porn searches went up by an insane margin when Avengers: Endgame premiered, Pornhub has just released a teaser clip for their new Aladdick film which, course, is a parody the Will Smith-starring movie.
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As reported by Complex, the video is presented by WoodRocket, featuring a man in all blue make-up who introduces himself “a fuckin’ genie,” an unconvincing actress looking for someone “daddy enough” to sleep with her, and Aladdick, the title character. The two-minute-long preview features the crew singing along to some very cringe-worthy tunes, the genie saying how embarrassed he is to even be cast in the film, and some censored action. The standard version the parody porn will release today for free while an extended edition will be exclusive to Pornhub Premium subscribers.
If you’re actually interested in checking this out, peep the ficial synopsis: “When Princess Jizzman goes looking for a prince to satisfy her royal genitals, she comes across Aladdick over and over again. With the help his Vagenie and flying carpet, he disguises himself as Prince All D. But will evil Jafuck, screw him over?”
Former NFL defensive end Chris Long recently appeared on The Dan Patrick Show where he talked about his 11 years in the NFL and how he used to smoke his fair share weed during his playing days. The conversation came in light the report that the NFL is currently looking into marijuana research when it comes to pain management. For Long, smoking weed helped him deal with stress a lot better.
“I certainly enjoyed my fair share on a regular basis through my career,” Long explained. “I was never afraid to say that, but I’m able to say it more explicitly now. Listen, if not for that, I’m not as capable coping with the stresses day-to-day the NFL life.”
Long went on to say that testing for marijuana usually occurs once a year at a predetermined date so players know when to stop using drugs. However, Long explained that players end up resorting to more destructive coping methods for their pain, including pills and alcohol. The former Eagles player hopes the NFL sees the light and stops testing players altogether.
“In that month or two that you stop, you’re going to reach for the sleeping pills, you’re going to reach for the pain-killers and you’re going to reach for the bottle a little bit more. On the weekend, you’re going to have a few more drinks, and a few turns into a few too many. It’s just not the same,” Long said. “If you’re serious about players not using, you’d be testing more ten. I hope they go the opposite direction and just kind realize how arbitrary that one test is.”
Contrary to reports that his manager Wack 100 bought him a car, Blueface says he gifted himself with a new ride on Wednesday. The 22-year-old rap star visited the Mercedes-Benz dealership in Valencia, California and picked up his new matte blue whip. Wack 100 was there with the “Thotiana” rapper, but it wasn’t to buy anything; according to Blueface, he just needed a ride to the dealership.
His manager shared a video the luxury purchase on Instagram with the caption, “@bluefacebleedem got another toy. @travforthestars did this one in his sleep . Enjoy nephew.” Blueface also shared clips his car on his Instagram Story where he showed the moment he got the key to the Benz before flashing his blinged out wristwatch.
Meanwhile, Wack 100 has found himself at the center multiple controversies lately. First, he stated that Cardi B’s “Thotiana” remix was better than Nicki Minaj‘s “Barbiana.” Next, he went after Joe Budden because the podcast host said he wasn’t a fan “Thotiana.” In retaliation, Wack said Budden’s aversion to the song was because his then-fiancé Cyn Santana was a thot. Later, he ripped into rapper E-40 on video, saying that the two have some beef that stemmed over an unpaid debt. He’s certainly not one to mince words.
Houston, TX – Before strutting out to meet her Houston audience at the Red Bull BC One Camp USA, Dreezy toasted a full bottle of Hennessy to her team in her dressing room. She’d finished up a recording session that morning at 3 a.m., gotten on a plane at 5 a.m., was performing at midnight and would get back to traveling that morning at 6 a.m.
“Girl, what’s sleep!?” she jokes.
Besides the Red Bull BC One weekend, Dreezy’s been cooking up a busy year, too. The Chicago-bred artist dropped her album Big Dreez in January and is already looking to follow it up with a new full-length project later this year. She’s also making her film debut in the upcoming Netflix movie, Beats, starring Anthony Anderson and Dave East.
Dreezy says she’s been focusing on diversifying her brand and getting creative with her promo. For example, becoming a multi-talent by acting and fashion designing and printing up “Dreezy Dollars” to throw out at her audience during “Where Them $ @.”
“I learned, like, how to be more creative with the music,” she tells HipHopDX.
Here, Dreezy opens up about her work ethic, getting back into her vulnerable bag in her upcoming project and her love for Kash Doll.
HipHopDX: You’re about to perform at BC One, how are you feeling?
Dreezy: I’m so excited because every time I’m in the studio I drink Red Bulls and to actually be invited to the event it’s like, ok, my shit coming to life! It’s cool. I know this is a big brand and I know if [the audience is] off the Red Bull I bet they turnt up right now!
HipHopDX: Do you have a connection to breakdancing?
Dreezy: That’s a real sport, that’s something that I don’t think I would ever be able to do. It takes a lot of strength—head strength. They be balancing on their head!
HipHopDX: Congrats on your movie coming out! Can you tell us a little bit about it?
Dreezy: Thank you! The movie’s coming out June 19th. My first movie, I’m so excited. I got to work with Anthony Anderson, y’all know he’s funny as hell, but in the movie he played a very serious role but behind the scenes he was just so fun and so cool and teaching me how to do this stuff. I’m excited to see it. I haven’t seen it yet, so when y’all see it, I’ll see it.
HipHopDX: Did you feel a personal connection to the movie since it takes place in Chicago?
Dreezy: I felt real appreciated ’cause even with the role they didn’t go through an agency. I didn’t do like an acting audition or nothing. Well I did end up doing an audition, but they specifically wanted me for the role. I get to be the girl repping for my city, like this is my life story.
HipHopDX: You’re working on a new album and you’ve said you’re going to get back into your emotional bag. Why didn’t you do that with Big Dreez?
Dreezy: I think when I was making Big Dreez I was at a point in my life where I really just didn’t give a fuck. Like I was single, I had my money, I was traveling–I just really stopped caring about the little things. I was just feeling myself– Big Dreez! –you know? So it wasn’t personal for me and I felt like as the year was going on real shit started happening to me. I lost my friend, like my work and my career, I had to figure out my management situation, I was just going through a lot of stuff and wanted to express it and I felt like, damn, maybe I should put this on the next album.
HipHopDX: Is it coming out this year?
Dreezy: For sure this year. I just thought of a name for it today, but I’m not gonna tell you [laughing]. It’s kinda—it’s pre-named. You know how you start coming up with ideas? Like this might be it.
HipHopDX: Who do you want to be featured on it?
Dreezy: I want Meek Mill on it and Rihanna. That’s what I’m trying my best for. We gon’ get it.
HipHopDX: Do you think it’s possible to be on top of both the sexy and lyrical food chain as a female rapper?
Dreezy: Yes. You definitely gotta have both. Well, you don’t have to have both, [but] when you do it’s like, ok, she’s a double threat. Sometimes a triple threat, because I sing too. It just gives you a one-up on everything and it makes you more of an artist than just a rapper. I don’t like being called just a rapper. I like music, I like melodies, I like singing, I like these beats, I’m into the whole thing.
HipHopDX: You’ve said 2019 is going to be a big year for you. You’ve got two albums, a movie, what else is in store?
Dreezy: We’ve got a lot of merch on the way, making product. I can’t really tell you what it is but it’s gonna be a big thing for me. I’m customizing my merch to where it’s not like t-shirts and just hats, it’s like real cute and stylish and like what girls would want to wear and it’s stuff that I haven’t seen designed before, so I’m coming up with new designs. Fashion Week coming, BET Awards coming, my album is coming, it’s gonna be a No. 1 album, [Jacquees’] album coming, we’ve got a new song on the way, I got videos on the way. I’m shooting this month, so I’m trying to stay busy.
HipHopDX: Are you still going to go out on tour?
Dreezy: I was planning on a solo tour, but I’m thinking about canceling it because I wanna work on my next album. There’s videos that I haven’t shot yet from my last project that I would wanna shoot first before I go out on the road. Like we dropped Big Dreez but we didn’t shoot no videos for it, except for “Channel Slides,” which is doing real good. But I just want to put out more content before I go on tour.
HipHopDX: Will Kash Doll and you make another song together?
Dreezy: She wants to be on the next album, so we definitely will. That’s my bitch! Kash Doll is one of the realest female rappers. I love her, we act like sisters when we’re together.
HipHopDX: BC One is here bringing out the Hip Hop culture of Houston, your movie focuses on the Hip Hop culture in Chicago, how important is it to you to represent the culture?
Dreezy: Not just the culture, but even myself as a brand. Like, last year I went through a time where I was in a bad contract and I couldn’t get out of it for like almost two years, so I couldn’t make no music. I was like, wow, what’re you gonna do Dreez? Two years with no music, how are you gonna pay the bills? Then I started thinking of myself as a brand, like, oh, you can act, you can do fashion, you can do merch, you can do real estate, you know what I’m saying? That’s when I started thinking of myself bigger than a musician. I feel like once you’ve got a platform or a fanbase, period, you can do whatever you want to.
HipHopDX: What did you learn from Big Dreez?
Dreezy: Creativity comes first–always–which I already knew that anyway. But nowadays like the internet is driven off the internet, so you can’t just put out music no more, you gotta think of ways to present it and bring it to life with your graphics, videos, that’s something I experimented with in this project that I didn’t do with my last project and it worked real good for me. Like it kept my Instagram and followers going, just having content to push your music. The attention span for the generation right now is real short, so you just gotta entertain people. Like I think Big Dreez taught me that I’m more of an entertainer.
HipHopDX: Final thoughts?
Dreezy: Big Dreez is out right now, album number two, movie coming June 19th on Netflix everywhere, new single with me and Jacquees coming, new videos coming with me and Jeremih and me and Jacquees, “Ecstasy” and “Love Someone.”
The NBA’s tv ratings are down this season, thanks in part to LeBron James’ decision to leave the East coast and his Lakers’ inability to make the playfs. According to Sports Media Watch, regular season games across ESPN and ABC averaged about the same as last year, but TNT averages were down 12% from last season.
During an appearance on The Today Show, NBA commissioner Adam Silver addressed the tv ratings decline, and admitted “not having LeBron in the playfs, not having him in the East, has clearly impacted ratings.”
Face it, LeBron is one the biggest stars in the world, and he also played in the East.
And so, the reason I look a little bit tired is a lot our games are in the West, and it’s late at night. And I recognize most people choose to go to sleep at a reasonable time. And so, from a rating standpoint, not having LeBron in the playfs, not having him in the East, has clearly impacted ratings.
Silver is also considering moving up the start West coast games because 50% television households in the country are in Eastern time zones. Earlier tipf times would be great news for everyone on the East coast who has struggled to make it past halftime the Western Conference playf games, but it wouldn’t be ideal for West coasters.
Fifty percent television households in this country are in the Eastern time zone. And so if your West Coast games start at 10:30 at night in the East, you’re invariably going to lose a lot viewers around 11, 11:30. I mean, you can just chart it. You see how many television households turn f around 11:15, 11:30 at night, just because people have to get up for work in the morning.
I mean, it is something we can address. We’re talking about it. I mean, it would obviously be less convenient to those fans on the West Coast if we played even earlier. I mean, just think about people getting to those arenas after work if you start a game at 6 p.m. local time in the West. It’s not the most convenient thing. It’s not as convenient for a television watcher on the West coast, either. But when you look at the league from a national standpoint, it may make sense to play a little bit earlier in the West. And that’s something we’re going to talk to our teams about this summer.
You can listen to the commissioner’s comments regarding the decline in ratings at about the 20:00 mark in the video embedded below.
Billie Eilish is the 17-year-old who’s taken over the Billboard charts and most your streaming platforms due to her beloved album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? At one point, Billie was the second most streamed artist behind Ariana Grande and it all makes sense now considering just how much a fan Billie is the “Needy” singer.
“Ariana is a f**king king! Like a king,” Billie told Entertainment Tonight at the 2019 ASCAP Pop Music Awards. “She is just so… God, man, and the sh*t that she’s been through. I don’t know if I have respect for anyone like I have for her, honestly.”
According to Billie, she’s secured the texting rights with Ariana, sometimes picking her brain on the industry. “You can just tell she knows what the f**k she’s doing, and even if she doesn’t realize it, she knows what the f**k she’s doing. And it’s really impressive,” Billie added. “She just deals with it so well. It’s so impressive.”
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On the topic her seemingly never-ending success, Billie is through the ro. “I’m just happy about it, you know. I don’t know what else I’m supposed to be…I’ve been having to talk about myself in the third person because I don’t know how to be like, ‘I just did that, I just did this.'”
Florida rapper, Denzel Curry, took to Twitter last night to inform fans a listening party he would be hosting on 22 May for “Speedboat,” which he posted with accompanying cover art, featuring the rapper squatting and looking contemplative in front an orange background. Curry did not specify whether “Speedboat” would be a single or a whole album (given the fact he had not previously alluded to the possibility a new album any time soon), but fans are guessing the latter is probably the case.
Curry’s creative mind and rapid flows have come to define him as an artist, and fans now know to expect straight bangers – with his own unique, dynamic twist – from him. A look at our Top 10 Hardest Bangers list for the artist will give you a preview into the scope his talent, and his creative capabilities. So it’s really no surprise that most are anticipating the drop his latest album, and I definitely think it’s one to look out for.
Child star Aaron Carter sang his way into the hearts millions back in the year 2000 when he dropped his hit single “I Want Candy,” a track that he would later perform at Michael Jackson’s anniversary celebration at Madison Square Garden. Carter developed a friendship with Jackson and throughout the years has been questioned about the late singer due to accusations from others regarding alleged sexual abuse. In 2004 the singer, whose brother is Nick Carter the Backstreet Boys, was in his late teens and told PEOPLE, “Michael and I have been friends for three years…Nothing happened between me and Michael. We didn’t sleep in the same room, we didn’t share a bed. We have a normal friendship. There’s nothing sexual to it.”
Carter hadn’t deted from that narrative until recently following HBO’s Leaving Neverland documentary. It’s been revealed that the entertainer will be a cast member on the next season Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition and he’s speaking on his relationship with Jackson. In a green-screen interview clip from the show, Carter explains, “Michael was a really good guy, as far as I know, a really good guy. He never did anything that was inappropriate,” before adding, “Except for one time. There was one thing that he did that was a little bit inappropriate.”
Back in April, Carter promised to talk more about his “experience” with the music icon. “To be honest, after seeing everyone’s story unfold, I was a little aggressive when I talked about it at first. I mean, everyone has their own stories and everyone has their own situations so I can’t really take away from that,” he told TMZ. “In regards to that situation, I actually have my own experience that happened with Michael, so I’mma be talking about that in the future.”
This week, Logic will sit at the top the Billboard 200 albums chart, earning his third career No. 1 project with Confessions a Dangerous Mind. The project debuts with 80,000 equivalent album units with 24,000 those accounting for pure album sales while the remaining units are collected streaming numbers. In total, Logic earned 73.93 on-demand audio streams in his first week.
Previously, Logic led the chart with his Bobby Tarantino II album last year and his Everybody outing in 2017. The first time he ever graced the chart was in 2014 when Under Pressure peaked at No.4 becoming the first six total albums that he has logged in the top 10.
Following behind is Billie Eilish’s When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? at No. 2 with 68,000 units while Khalid holds steady at No. 3 with Free Spirit earning 46,000 units.
The next debut the week belongs to Sammy Hagar & The Circle with Space Between opening up with 40,000 for a slot at No. 4. Ariana Grande closes in at no. 5 with 36,000 units for Thank U, Next while Queen’s Greatest Hits I, II, & III: The Platinum Collection zooms up from No. 29 to No. 6 with 32,000 earned units. The jump is attributed to a sale price $6.99 in the last week.
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Luke Combs’ This One’s For You inches back into the top 10 with 28,000 units largely attributed to the country singer’s newest “Beer Never Broke My Heart” single, a track that Combs also performed on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show.
Another interesting top 10 debut arrives DaBaby whose Baby On Baby album reaches a new peak, sliding up from No. 14 to No. 8 with 28,000 equivalent album units this week. The project previously debuted at No. 25 back in March and has since occupied the top 40. It’s actually increased its pull and ranking as intrigue and streaming activity for the Charlotte rapper positively increase, especially as project select “Suge” makes an embedded mark.
At No. 9, you’ll still find Post Malone still living in the top 10 with beerbongs & bentleys holding on at No.9 with 27,000 units. Closing things out is Mac DeMarco who earns his first top 10 with Here Comes The Cowboy at 27,000 units.
The biblical name, which means a sacred song or hymn, was likely inspired by Kanye’s spiritual path and his Sunday Service, which he brought to Coachella on Easter Sunday.
He is now reportedly looking to start a church of his own. “He is extremely passionate about his faith and wants to share it more regularly with people,” a source told PEOPLE. “He spends a lot of time studying and praying, and wants to share his journey.”
Psalm joins his three siblings including sisters North, 5, and Chicago, 1, and brother Saint, 3.
The newest addition joins siblings North, Saint and Chicago.
HipHopDX sends its congratulations to the Wests.
[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on May 9, 2019.]
The surrogate hired to carry Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s fourth child has reportedly gone into labor. According to TMZ, the famous couple was at the hospital on Thursday night (May 9) with the surrogate.
Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner was blindsided with the news while taping an episode of The Ellen Show. She had no idea the surrogate was prepping for delivery.
“I surprised @KrisJenner with 6 of her grandchildren,” Ellen wrote on Twitter. “Then I surprised her with one more. Sending love to you, @KimKardashian and @KanyeWest! @kourtneykardash.”
Although ‘Ye and Kardashian were in the delivery room for the birth of Chicago, their third child, it’s unclear if they will be in the room this time. The woman who they brought on board to carry Chicago was unavailable to carry the new baby boy — only because she just gave birth to her own child less than 12 months after delivering Chicago.
The newest addition to the family joins his older siblings Chicago, Saint and North.
A shirtless Shemar Moore isn’t hard to find as he’s ten topless in music videos, television shows, movies, or social media. His physique has been a talking point throughout his career, but so have rumors about the actor’s sexuality. For years people have stated that Moore is gay, and no matter how many times he flatly denies the accusations, the public doesn’t seem to let up and let the man live.
Case in point, earlier today Moore shared an image his bare chest while writing that he’s working on getting back into tip-top shape. He used the opportunity to motivate others who may be struggling with adhering to similar weight loss goals. “It’s Fridaaaaaaaaaaay!!!! THIS IS NOT A GAME!!!!!! I (am 49) and am getting my 33 year old body BACK,” Moore wrote. “By busting my whole entire ass in the gym, lifting weights, running, stairs, hiking, cycling, boxing, swimming, massages, dieting, SLEEPING!!!! Just gotta ask yourself in life, no matter what or who it is…. ‘HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT… or…. ‘HER’…… hmmmmm 😏😉🧡?!…… if you TRULY BELIEVE IN YOU then SHUT YO MOUTH n GO GET IT DONE!!!!!!! It’s gonna HURT and it can get OVERWHELMING and LONELY, at times feel impossible…. so what??!!! STOP making excuses n JUST GET IT DONE!!!!!”
Instead just thanking him for the social media pep talk and being on her way, a woman slid in his comments to let him know that he doesn’t have to keep acting as if he’s interested in women. “Seriously, stop trying so hard. IT’S OK THAT YOU’RE GAY! We still love you!” she wrote. Moore could have ignored her comment but instead, he let her know that he’s ready and willing to show just how heterosexual he is.
“Introduce me to your man so I can turn him DOWN and YOU…OUT!!!” he replied. “Keep playing with me…I’m READY!!!!” Within minutes there were plenty responses from those who were ready and willing to volunteer as tribute. The commenter, however, decided not to respond and take him up on his fer.
Los Angeles, CA – The term “Crenshaw rapper” has been made possible by none other than the late, great Nipsey Hussle and Steven G is looking to keep the legacy going by repping his neighborhood to the fullest.
For his HipHopDX-premiered, Top Shelf Junior-directed “Super Villain” video, the EMPIRE-signed artist checks off all the boxes by taking viewers throughout the streets of Slauson Ave, Yee’s Chinese Food and even Crenshaw High School.
Coming off his breakout performance winning Mozzy’s “Sleep Walkin’” challenge, Steven G is fully prepared to capitalize off his moment with the upcoming release of his mixtape ShowGreat 3 through EMPIRE and ArtClub International.
For some the millennials, Saw is a horror film that may have given you nightmares after you didn’t voice your distaste for the movie at a sleepover. There are a total eight films in the franchise, the first arrived in 2004 and the last being 2017’s “Jigsaw,” which means a lot people may have grown up watching the films as they were released.
Comedian Chris Rock has now signed on to reboot the franchise, bringing to the table his own ideas on how to add a modernized twist to the horror films, Variety reports.
“When Chris came to us and described in chilling detail his fantastic vision that reimagines and spins f the world the notorious Jigsaw Killer, we were all-in,” Joe Drake, chairman Lionsgate’s said.
“Saw is one the highest-grossing horror franchises all time and it’s one Lionsgate’s most successful film series. This upcoming film will still be as mind-bending and intense as all the previous Saw films. Chris conceived this idea and it will be completely reverential to the legacy the material while reinvigorating the brand with his wit, creative vision and passion for this classic horror franchise.”
The first film re-helmed by Chris arrives October 23rd, 2020.
Knicks fans across the country were absolutely crushed last night when they lost the Zion Williamson sweepstakes to the New Orleans Pelicans, and many them took to social media to express their frustration. That included ESPN host, and long-suffering Knicks fan, Stephen A. Smith.
Shortly after the Knicks failed to land the top pick, Smith posted his reaction video to twitter, in which he assured fellow Knicks fans that the team would’ve tried to trade Zion to New Orleans anyway.
“Typical Knicks, man,” Smith said. “They get close. They tease us. Then they wouldn’t get it done. I know the Knicks were denying it. I know the Knicks had everybody believing that if they got the No. 1 overall pick they were going to hold on to Zion. But I’m hear to tell you that no matter what they tell anybody, they were thinking about moving their pick for Anthony Davis.”
After sleeping on it, Stephen A seems to have come to terms with the third pick, and warmed to the possibility RJ Barrett being a star in New York. Just kidding.
In fact, Smith was even more fired up today than he was last night. First, he vented about his frustrations on ESPN’s “Get Up!” His meltdown continued later this afternoon on his radio show.
Check out the videos embedded below for a recap Smith’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.