What do you think of this remix of John Legend’s song “Green Light” by Atlanta group Rock City?
Timothy and Theron Thomas AKA “Da Spokesman” and “Don’t Talk Much” are signed to Insterscope Records/Konvict Music. “Gotta Go Right Now” is the group’s first single.
Click below to listen to their smash record “Ridin For Obama”.
Ridin For Obama
An industry friend just called me asking for “that Sarah Palin photo. The one with her holding the rifle.”
People, that photo is a fake. I thought everybody knew that by now, but I guess not. So here is the proof.
Photo: INF DAILY
CSI star Gary Dourdan and his Alicia Keys look-a-like daughter were spotted out shopping in Milan, Italy today. OK, I know that’s not his daughter, but…
It looks like Gary’s thunder thighs are creeping back. Remember when Gary tipped the scales at 280 pounds?
Thanks to loyal reader Sunshine for sending this pic of R&B Diva Monica and her two sons Romelo, 9 months, and Lil’ Rocko, 3. As you can see, Lil’ Rocko is styling an profiling with his sharp new haircut! Lil’ Rocko is a model now.
His mommy Monica’s new line for boys called Regions of Rock is almost ready to be launched. Of course you’ll see the clothes first right here on Sandrarose.com!
Loyal reader Zuley sent me this pic of VH1 reality stars Chance, Real and their brother Love. Zuley stated, “there is nothing heterosexual about that picture.”
But Zuley is too young to remember when Def Jam CEO L.A. Reid, Babyface and Dr. Dre (above, with his group The World Class Wreckin’ Cru) wore more make up and eyeliner than Chance and Real.
Having style and a certain swagger does not necessarily equate to homosexuality. The difference is the swagger which true punks lack.
Chance and Real will be featured in their own reality series titled “A Real Chance at Love“. The brothers will give 15 young ladies the chance to move into their Stallionaire ranch house and try to capture their hearts.
“A Real Chance at Love” premieres on November 3rd on VH1.
According to source close to Janet Jackson’s camp, she suffered dizzy spells during sound check in Montreal yesterday and had to be rushed to a hospital.
The source says Janet was treated for dehydration and exhaustion and released.
In an earlier post about Janet’s illness, a loyal reader left a comment stating dehydration is not a serious illness.
Dehydration is indeed a very serious illness and can result in death if not treated. Dehydration occurs when the body loses more water than it takes in, such as losing water through diarrhea, vomiting, burns or engaging in physical sports without drinking water.
Dehydration is usually the main culprit when football players suddenly collapse and die on the field. The three main electrolytes found in the blood are Potassium, Sodium (salt) and Chloride. If any one of these electrolytes are present in too little or too much amounts, serious problems such as cardiac arrhythmias can occur.
You should familiarize yourself with the signs and symptoms of dehydration especially if you have very active children:
- Thirst (some people react to thirst by eating instead of drinking)
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes
- No sweating
- Muscle cramps
- Nausea and vomiting
- Dizziness or lightheadedness especially when standing
Please consult with your doctor or visit an emergency room if you experience the above signs and symptoms.
A simple way to check for dehydration is to locate the bony prominence on the outside of your wrist. Pinch the skin above that bone on your wrist and hold it for five seconds then let go. If the skin remains pinched or slowly returns to normal, you may be dehydrated and should see your doctor.
If necessary, you will be hospitalized and given IV fluids and electrolyte replacement to rehydrate you.
This has been your Medical Minute.
Yesterday, Green Party presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney, held a press conference to reveal 5,000 black males were suspiciously murdered during Hurricane Katrina.
According to McKinney, the names of the 5,000 are contained in a Pentagon computer. She claims the men were prisoners whose bodies were dumped in a swamp.
I do recall New Orleans prison officials releasing a large number of black prisoners after Hurricane Katrina when rising water flooded the prisons. Does anyone know what happened to those prisoners?