Hamilton Park and Jermaine Dupri recently filmed a video for their “Things Called Us (Remix)” and sent over a few behind the scenes shots.
The 4-member band, named after Atlanta’s Hamilton Park Recreation Center, the spot where the members honed their vocal skills, spent vigorous hours learning their strengths and weaknesses as a group, and building camaraderie & teamwork on the basketball court, are on a mission to bring back “real” r&b love songs, , drawing comparisons to hometown platinum-selling groups 112, Jagged Edge and the 1990s group Jodeci.
The group is currently on The Scream tour alongside Mindless Behavior and Diggy Simmons and each of the four members of Hamilton Park brought along a set of their own special talents:
NIGGAS IN PARIS, IF YOU KNOW WHATS UP THAN YOU KNOW I HAD TO STAND IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET TO TAKE THIS
BRIAN P WHATS UP ? I NEED THESE MIXR
Dr. Dre’s popular “Beats by Dre” line adds two new models to the line: the Beats Wireless and Mixr headphones. The wireless model is their first Bluetooth-enabled model with a portable folding design and controls built right into the earcup. The Mixr is a new DJ-specific model designed with DJ David Guetta that features 180 degree swiveling earcups and dual audio inputs. Link
THEY NEED TO JUST COME TO GLOBAL14 LOL (IM LAUGHING BUT IM DEAD ASS)
The Huffington Post Catharine Smith
Google announced a “fall sweep
” on October 14, detailing the shuttering of several products, including Google Buzz, the company’s controversial attempt at a social network.
In a few weeks we’ll shut down Google Buzz and the Buzz API, and focus instead on Google+. While people obviously won’t be able to create new posts after that, they will be able to view their existing content on their Google Profile, and download it using Google Takeout.
Visit the Official Google Blog
to find out what else Google has placed on the chopping block in its “fall sweep.”