Rap acts on television this week include:
Hurricane Chris, who visits ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday and performs on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Wednesday
Salt-N-Pepa, who talk about settling their differences and reuniting on ‘The Tyra Banks Show’ on Thursday
Q-Tip, who performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Friday
Contributed by AdamBernard:
The other day I was watching some old music videos on BET Jazz or VH1 Soul (it was one of the two) and a video block came on that consisted of Heavy D & The Boyz “Nuttin But Love,” Chubb Rock “Just The Two Of Us” and Salt N Pepa “Shoop.” I can’t lie, I rocked out to ‘em. It wasn’t some deep nonsense like it reminded me of a simpler time or brought me back to my youth. The fact of the matter is the songs just made me feel good. There was an innate quality about each one that just makes me want to smile and vibe with them. To me, this is a quality that’s harder to find in music today, but it’s completely worth it when you do. For the full article, visit adambernard.blogspot.com.
Sandra ‘Pepa’ Denton was honored at the 43rd Anniversary of the Independence of Jamaica on August 8th at City Hall in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic and WireImage.
Pepa of Salt-n-Pepa was on hand for 2005/2006 MTV Networks UpFront on May 3rd at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic (arrivals / departures), GettyImages (show / backstage), and WireImage.
In an interview with the Press of Atlantic City, Eve tells Robert DiGiacomo she has learned from watching the “old school” of hip-hop stars. “Salt-N-Pepa, Queen Latifah, Fresh Prince, Big Daddy Kane,” she says. “I’ve met Pepa from Salt-N-Pepa. The first time I met her I think I hugged her for an hour. With Latifah, too, I have so much respect for the old school. Every time you see her, she’s so supportive and so positive. I feel like you have to show the old school respect.”