K Michelle has the honor of being the first Love and Hip Hop star to drop a mix-tape. The recently released, 0 F***S Given, boasts 24 tracks and covers more familiar samples from Meek Mill’s and Frank Ocean. Fans of the show might be interested to know that K Michelle goes in on Joseline Hernandez and Karlie Redd. K Michelle isn’t holding anything back. She even sports her naked torso on the cover, for her fan’s enjoyment (of course).
Fans can download the Mixtape at www.datpiff.com
The stunningly gorgeous, Sofia Vergara, star of Modern Family is officially engaged to her off and on again, boyfriend Nick Loeb. Nick is the son of a former Reagan administration ambassador. The pair became engaged while visiting the Ruins of Chichen Itza, in Mexico. At 40, Sofia Vergara is still considered to be one of Hollywoods most attractive and recognizable figures.
We wish Mrs. Vergara-soon to be-Loeb a wonderful future with her husband to be.
Frank Ocean has released his new album, Channel Orange, early on ITUNES and the project has been met with rave reviews. It remains to be seen if the revelations about his sexuality will effect album sales but reviews of his album are no less than stellar. Critics seem to be in awe of his lyrical skill, and they have offered Ocean rare and effusive praise. The Washington Post says the album offers a “somber self-awareness rarely expressed so profoundly in song“. Frank Ocean, they argue is “Reimagining the melodic sensibilities of Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder and the evaporated song structures of D’Angelo, Maxwell and Erykah Badu, he’s forging his own brand of neo-neo-soul“. In there most meaningful praise, they suggest that “Channel Orange is an album best experienced with your eyes closed. Listen carefully and the plot will unfold on your eyelids”.
Global Grind calls Channel Orange, the most important album since the Miseducation of Lauren Hill; they add that its “Unlike anything music’s ever heard, unlike any cable channel we’ve ever watched – Channel Orange is a channel no cable company can provide.“
If the early reviews are any indication, Channel Orange and Frank Ocean are definitely “WORTHY” of your time. But until you purchase it on iTunes, enjoy his performance on the Jimmy Fallon Show.