LADIES Harajuku is into geeky indulgences and fierce Japanese fashion [Suicide Girls]
Chicks dig Pokémon.
BANGERS Joe Budden "Spring Training" [XXL Mag]
Tight leak off Mood Muzik 4.5, dropping later this month.
BIKES Step by Step: Cory Nastazio, back flip tabletop [Alli Action]
From the guy who invented it.
PLASTIC This summer's 10 biggest movies in LEGO form [NextMovie]
LEGO Green Lantern looks way too polite to fight crime.
TRAINING Stuff you should know: getting in fighting shape [Smoking Jacket]
Take it from Shane Mosley, the guy who will throw down with Manny Pacquiao this weekend.
WHOA Everyday superhero can turn his head 180 degrees [Daily What]
He's also got a a built-in Halloween costume.
FANGS War Dogs: the ultimate war dog gallery [Uproxx]
On the ground, taking names and giant dumps.
DRAWN Sci-Fi Ikea manuals [CollegeHumor]
Assembly of dinosaurs and lightsabers made easy.
Photo: Suicide Girls
In the beginning, G-Unit was 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo--three plucky kids from South Jamaica, Queens, with the abilities to both rap and get shot without dying. Then the group expanded to include Tennessee rapper Young Buck and Compton MC Game. That's the G-Unit we all knew and loved, and if Lloyd Banks has his way, it's the G-Unit we may never know again.
On this weekend's premiere of "Funk Flex Full Throttle," Banks tells Funkmaster Flex that there are no plans to get Game and Buck back into the group. And even if there were, the time isn't right for a group album now anyway. "I think it's pretty much finished," Banks said about a possible reunion. "It's time to branch out and do your thing as a solo artist." Anyway, what he didn't say but was probably thinking, was only weird dudes make group albums these days.
Watch the premiere of "Funk Flex Full Throttle," Saturday, May 8 at 1:30p/12:30c.
Photo: Getty Images
LADIES Happy Cinco de Mayo! The 25 hottest Mexican women [Complex]
This should help boost tourism.
SOLO Eddie Vedder plays ukulele in clip from solo LP [SPIN]
The Pearl Jam front man takes it down a notch in "Longing to Belong."
LEGEND The 5 best and 5 worst moments in the MMA career of Randy Couture [Cage Potato]
"The Natural" is not without a handful of dark moments.
DIAPERS "Hardcore" Parkour failure causes dude to poop himself [BroBible]
Time for a new hobby once his anus heals.
KEVIN "Home Alone" house on sale for $2.4 Million [BuzzFeed]
I'd pay at least $10 to go sledding down those stairs.
SEAL TEAM 6 The bin Laden movie: animated [The High Definite]
Meanwhile, Michael Bay is working feverishly on a live action version.
EXPENSIVE PADS 7 awesome apartments in movies [Unreality]
You like Huey Lewis and the News?
GEEK UP Daily Dose: Pokeman the musical, Jessica Rabbit gallery & more [MTV Geek]
It's about time for Christina Hendricks to play the part.
It could be argued that the highest honor a recording artist can receive is induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, or a Kennedy Center Honors Award, or a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Of course, anyone making those arguments would be an idiot, because the highest honor a recording artist can receive is having a beer named after him. No other accolade comes from the people who really matter: drunken suburbanites with too much time on their hands, also known as fans. People slaving over a vat of barley to invent something bearing an artist's name is much more special than some bald suit handing over an award.
That's why Ghostface Killah is likely walking with a little pep in his step today. A Colorado-based brewery recently concocted a new beer it's calling "Ghost Face Killah," and it debuts tomorrow! The brew, which honors the Wu Tang Clan rapper--even though it spells his name wrong--is made with six different types of peppers and is therefore "the hottest beer this side of hell."
Ghostface joins a illustrious club of recording artists to receive this ultimate honor, including...
LADIES Pilot is into ceramic animals, records and vinyasa [Suicide Girls]
Vinyasa is a form of yoga, which means that Pilot is flexible.
TURTLENECK & CHAIN The Lonely Island--"Attracted To Us" ft. Beck [SKA]
The anthem for all the shy guys.
BOARDS Cody Davis: "It's Your World" video [Alli Action]
Davis doesn't always go skating in his pajamas, but when he does...
IN REVIEW "It's __ meets ____"--the worst of Hollywood shorthand [Film Drunk]
Put simply, this feature is like crystal meth--on internet paper.
WELL DONE Sara Jean Underwood does the reverse hover hand [BroBible]
Never before attempted, executed perfectly.
BENJAMINS 10 of the most ridiculous celebrity purchases of all time [Guyism]
Because money earned is money to blow on lavish items, amiright?
LEARN Stuff you should know: Donald Trump [Smoking Jacket]
Also, there's a motionless cat on his head.
WHEEEEE Wii price dropping from $200 to $150 and more [TDW Geek]
Spend the difference on Wii Fitness and Taco Bell.
Today is a banner day in the world of things called "Mac": The new 21.5-inch iMac just hit stores, stirring Apple fanatics into near frenzy. Tech blogs are already breaking down the new features and dissecting every which way the iMac compares to similar computers.
On the other side of the blogosphere, "Glee" fans (aka "Gleeks") are hunting down all the information they can on Fleetwood Mac. The folk-inflected British-American rock collective that rose to fame in the '70s is an odd object of obsession among today's youth, so why the sudden interest in your dad's favorite band? Could have something to do with the fact that all of the songs featured on last night's episode of "Glee" were Fleetwood Mac covers.
We can't possibly tell you anything about the new iMac that isn't already posted on your nerdy cousin's blog. And we don't have any insight on Fleetwood Mac that you can't ask your still-a-stoner-after-50 aunt. However, we can pit these burgeoning Google trends against each other to see who will reign SEO supreme!
+ iMac–-Features quad-core Intel Core i5 processors
+ Fleetwood Mac–-Now features four core members
+ iMac--Up to 1.7 times faster that past models
+ Fleetwood Mac–-Members move 1.7 times slower each passing day
+ iMac–-Includes one or two Thunderbolt ports
+ Fleetwood Mac–-Frightened by technology and AC/DC's "Thunderstuck"
+ iMac–-By 10 a.m. today, already has 294 positive ratings on MacRumors.com
+ Fleetwood Mac–-Still telling grandkids about the good reviews of 1977's Rumors
+ iMac–-Apple says, "The most powerful graphics seen in an all-in-one desktop."
+ Fleetwood Mac–-Former member Peter Green now has to work at a customer service desk.
+ iMac–-Includes a new FaceTime HD camera
+ Fleetwood Mac–-Stevie Nicks claims, "I've never had a face-lift."
Photos: Apple.com, Getty Images
LADIES Jessica "Rabbit" from "Real Chance of Love" takes the #4 spot [XXL Mag]
This Jessica Rabbit is no cartoon.
JUICE Does Soulja Boy have the "Juice" to take on Tupac's prized role [RapFix]
He's got gigantic shoes to fill.
OCTAGON UFC 129 GIF Party: The Flying Triangle and more [Cage Potato]
John Makdessi's spinning backfist is 100 percent pure humiliation.
LAFFS Drunken old men dance party: El mejor video de internet [Double Viking]
Add English subtitles and this is you in 30 years.
HAMMER Thor music parody [BamKapow]
I bet you didn't know that Thor loves Slurpees and dances like an awkward teen.
HAMMER HEAD Crazy guy head-butting a car [BuzzFeed]
Don't act like you're not impresssed.
WHEELS 20 amazing Ferrari creations [Walyou]
No. 21: Ferrari girlfriend.
HOOPS LeBron James ditches Space Jam [CollegeHumor]
If there was any remaining doubt that he's not MJ.
Pop quiz, smart guys: What do all Beastie Boys albums have in common? Words! Yes, every Beastie Boys album has lyrics! Well, OK, not counting The Mix Up, which was instrumental, but besides that. So we decided to examine those lyrics.
Using Wordle, a website that creates pretty word clouds out of text you feed into it, we've aggregated the lyrics for each Beastie Boys album, minus The Mix Up (naturally) and Hot Sauce Committee, Part 2, the long-awaited new Beasties album that comes out tomorrow. But you can bet once some bored kid transcribes all the lyrics and submits them to one of those lyrics websites, we are ON IT.
To quote the only Beastie Boys song your grandmother knows: Kick it!
Licensed To Ill (1986)
The group's first album, which included odes to monkeys and girls, was the band's most narcissistic. On no other album do the names of the group members--Mike, M.C.A. and Adrock--appear as often.
LADIES Britney and the 50 hottest celebrity women in stars and stripes [BroBible]
It feels like the right day for this collection.
BANGERS Nicole Scherzinger featuring 50 Cent, "Right There" [XXL Mag]
She wants hands on her body and 50 obliges.
BOARDS Analog at Ashbridges Skatepark [GrindTV]
Quick hit up north with Sam Winter and Ben Nordberg.
ON THE ROAD 9 road signs for your life [CollegeHumor]
A delightfully cynical road map from cradle to grave.
ON THE WALL Brand-new street art in Italy by Blu [Daily What]
Meatballs sold separately.
IT LOOKS LIKE 8 incredible real-life examples of architectural porn [Smoking Jacket]
Make a left at the huge boner and continue straight until you reach the tower of vagina.
BOX OFFICE "Fast Five" took in an incredible $83 million [Film Drunk]
Gigantic win for the wheeled franchise that will never die.
DAILY DOSE Darth Vader urinal, bad celeb action figures and more geek [MTV Geek]
Geeks: making art out of broken urinals since whenever this picture was taken.
Prodigy, half of the Queens hip-hop duo Mobb Deep, recently found himself on a forced break from hip-hop as he served out a three-and-a-half-year prison sentence on a gun possession charge. All was not lost though. Only a month after getting released he released an autobiography called "My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep's Prodigy." In it, he reveals the good, the bad and the ugly about his life as a Grammy-winning artist, his family tree and getting into trouble.
Here are six things you may not have known about Prodigy before he released the book.