Mase (@MasonBetha) Announces ‘Now We Even’ Album

Mase is ready to officially come back to the music as he just announced that he is working on a new album. Mase took to his Twitter to reveal that it will be called Now We Even and then goes on to say that he is currently listening to Life After Death, All Eyes On Me and Reasonable Doubt for inspiration. And last Mase said ideally he would like to get Lauryn Hill, 2 Chainz, Jay-Z, Drake, Seal, Cee-Lo Green, Diddy, Meek Mill, Beyonce, Destiny’s Child, Ariana Grande, Dipset and Fabolous on his album.

NBA Legend Bill Russell Arrested In Airport


NBA legend Bill Russell was arrested Wednesday at Sea-Tac International Airport for bringing a gun into a prohibited area, KIRO 7 has confirmed.

Russell, who won 11 NBA championships with the Boston Celtics and coached of the Seattle Supersonics and Sacramento Kings, had a permit for the gun and was released. His background check was clear, an airport spokesman said.

Russell’s .38-caliber Smith & Wesson handgun was found at a security checkpoint Wednesday evening during routine screening of carry-on baggage, TSA spokeswoman Lori Dankers said in a statement. Russell was cited by Port of Seattle police on a state charge, she said.

Firearms, ammunition, firearm parts and realistic replicas of firearms are always prohibited in carry-on baggage. But those items can be transported in checked baggage provided a traveler declares them to the airline during the ticket counter check-in process.

Firearms in checked baggage must be unloaded and stored in a locked, hard-sided container.

In addition to facing local or state criminal charges, TSA will levy a civil penalty against a passenger who brings a firearm to the security checkpoint, Dankers said. The recommended civil penalty ranges from $3,000 to $7,500, but each penalty is evaluated on a case-by-case basis, she said.

Russell spent his career as a center for the Celtics from 1956 to 1969 and also won a gold medal in 1956 as captain of the U.S. national basketball team. A graduate of the University of San Francisco, Russell was also inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006.

He first was a player-coach for the Celtics and became coach of the Supersonics in 1983. He became Sacramento’s coach in 1987.

Named one of the NBA’s 50 greatest players, Russell also was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011 for his efforts during the civil rights movement. Russell, 79, lives on Mercer Island, a city about a mile and a half east of Seattle.

New Message From Mariah

Hey lambs,

Thank you (!!!!!) for all your comments this week about the announcement of “The Art of Letting Go.” I wish I could answer all of your questions and I’m gonna try my hardest and definitely tell you a bit more about the song.

I wrote and produced “The Art of Letting Go” with my friend, the uber talented Rodney Jerkins. We had worked together before, but this time around, I feel we went down a more organic path in terms of our approach to the songwriting process.

“The Art of Letting Go” was the second of two beloved songs I wrote with Rodney for this album. As we were writing, we both got goosebumps and a feeling of nostalgia. It might sound over the top but when I was singing this song, I felt like I had touched upon certain emotions within myself that I haven’t put on a record in a very long time. I truly can’t wait for all of you to hear and share these feelings with me.

#LettingGo !!!! 11.11.13 !!! –MC

1201 Laurel Way


This luxurious, newly built Beverly Hills property was developed by Richard Papalian and designed by Michael Palumbo in collaboration with architect Marc Whipple.  The stunning part is not only its location – on a promontory gathering views of Downtown Los Angeles and the Californian coastline – but its architecture and design. Surrounded by a “moat” that generates a modern fairytale-like architecture, the contemporary elegance of this spectacular residence can be seen throughout. Its future inhabitants will be amazed by the home’s finishing touches – for example, many pieces of art on the walls were custom-made for this modern residence. On the market for $36 million, the sleek and elegant dream home boasts 6 bedrooms and no less than 10 bathrooms.

Clippers Will Hide Lakers Banners at Staples Center Home Games


The Los Angles Clippers will cover up the Los Angeles Lakers’ championship banners during home games this year. So instead of 16 purple and gold reminders of the Lakers’ historical dominance, fans attending Clippers games will get to see the giant faces of Blake Griffin and friends.


Christie’s announces its first online-only sale of Picasso Ceramics


The highlight of the collection is the Service Visage Noir, which is known to be an extremely rare and early set of Picasso plates. Picasso’s trademark style shows up in form of mischievous and playful motif of fauns’ heads. Only 100 such sets of thirteen plates were made of which very few sets comprising of all the plates have hit the auction block. Not only is this set complete, but it also has a consistent shade of deep emerald green in the decoration. Estimated to fetch $65,000 to $113,000, this rare set of Service Visage Noir offered in sale is one of the first ceramic editions Picasso created. It was originally presented as a wedding gift to Rita Hayworth and Prince Aly Khan by the town of Vallauris in 1949. Consisting of one large plate and 12 small plates, each piece of the set is stamped and marked ‘Madoura Plein Feu/D’Apres Picasso/Edition Picasso’.