1-Royce 5’9 f/Sy Ari Da Kid, White Gold, CyHi The Prince & T.I.-Black Savage
2-Fat Joe f/Cardi B, Anuell AA-Yes
3-Tory Lanez f/Fabolous-If You Gotta
4-The Game f/Chris Brown-Gangstas Make The Girls Go Round
5-Summer Walker f/London On Da Track & Chris Brown-Something Real
6-Dave East f/Ty Dolla $ign-On Sight
7-Eric Bellinger-Surprise Me
8-Tory Lanez & T-Pain-Jerry Sprunger
9-Tinashe f/G-Eazy-So Much Better
10-Krept & Konan f/Spice & Tory Lanez-First Time
11-Jim Jones f/Rick Ross, Marc Scibilia-State Of The Union
12-Chris Brown f/Gunna-Heat
13-G Eazy f/E-40-No Rappers
14-T-Pain f/G Eazy-Girlfriend
15-Kid Ink-Slide Up
The NBA-Who’s on Top?
We are at the Quarter mark of this year’s NBA Season and both the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference have been playing some serious early competitive ball to jump start this NBA season 2019/2020.
The Milwaukee Bucks are taking claim of the No. 1 Spot on the Eastside for the time being with an impressive start of 20-3 record. The Bucks have been looking good and playing hard on both ends of the floor and although we are early in the season, they are definitely seeking to hold onto that No. 1 spot. The Boston Celtics’ 16-5 record is a well-balanced squad with Kamba Walker now leading the show and definitely keeping it interesting with their play. The surprising play of the Miami Heat 17-6 has made things very interesting.With the addition of Jimmy Butler, the Heat have improved dramatically in a competitive way. Without Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green, our own Canadian Team the Defending Champs the Toronto Raptors 15-7 have managed to stay competitive at both ends of the floor and they’re not showing any signs of folding under any pressure of the competitive Eastern Conference. That being said, the Philadelphia 76ers 17-7 and the Indiana Pacers 15-8 are not to be overlooked.
The Los Angeles Lakers are also taking claim of the No. 1 Spot on the Westside with their own impressive start of 21-3 records. The powerful combination plays of LeBron James and Anthony Davis creating havoc on both ends of the court is this year’s version of showtime. The Lakers are looking to hold on to their No. 1 Spot but doing so will not be easy. The Dallas Mavericks 16-7 are surprisingly climbing up the rankings with their steady play as of late. They have a deceiving squad that can hang with the best of them on any given night. The Los Angeles Clippers 17-7 have all the goods and can turn things around in a blink of an eye. The combination of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George is certainly keeping this team in the running. The Houston Rockets 15-7 are not to be taking lightly. As long as they stay focused and competitive, they can duke it out with the best of them on any given night. The Western Conference is a battle within itself. That being said the Denver Nuggets 14-7 and Utah Jazz 13-10 can’t be slept on just yet.
Stay tuned in. This NBA Season is full of surprises.
Wold Heavyweight Championship Challenge
In a beautiful display of boxing at the open-air arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, Anthony Joshua (23-1, 21 Kos) successfully regained his crown by defeating Unified IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO Heavyweight Champion of the World Andy Ruiz Jr. (33-2, 22 Kos) by unanimous decision.
A slimmed down and focussed AJ showed up tonight to silence all the naysayers who counted him out and rewrite the wrong of June 1st when he suffered his first humiliating defeat at the hands of Andy Ruiz Jr. at Madison Square Garden.
From round 1 to round 12, AJ executed the “game plan” to a “T” and never wavered from it. AJ stayed long and tall, moved and jabbed his way to a unanimous decision. The Judges scored it 118-110, 118-110 and 119-109 all in favor of Anthony Joshua.
AJ boxed and maintained his composure throughout the entire bout. Andy couldn’t close the distance or administer any type of sustained offence. AJ ‘s movement was clearly frustrating Andy as the rounds wore on.
That being said, the naysayers will still have some negative things to say about AJ ‘s win but truth be told, AJ dominated Andy in such a convincing fashion that cannot be ignored by his peers.
Hate him or love him, Anthony Joshua has now regained his rightful position in the Heavyweight Division and is now a Two-Time IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO Unified Heavyweight Champion of the World.
Congratulations Anthony on a job well done. Now on to the New Year 2020!
Jay-Z f/The Braxtons-So Many Ways (rmx)
Jay-Z f/Shai-Don’t Want To Be Alone (rmx)
Jay-Z f/Horace Brown-Things We Do For Love (rmx)
Jay-Z f/SWV-Your The One (rmx)
Jay-Z f/Lil Kim & Lil’ Cease-Big Momma Thang
Jay-Z f/Jon B & Coko-Keep It Real
Jay-Z f/Blackstreet-Call Me (rmx)
Jay-Z f/Mary J. Blige-Can’t Knock The Hustle