Thursday, March 8, 2012

Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina video tops 1 million views


No one can deny the love Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina had for each other.

And it showed on Sept. 1, 2009 when Bobbi Kristina joined her legendary mom on stage during her comeback show in Central Park.

As of today, more than 1 million people have watched their memorable mother-daughter moment on YouTube. (which I posted on Sept. 2, 2009)



Houston was performing "My Love is Your Love" when her daughter came on stage at the special Good Morning America performance.

"Clap your hands," Bobbi Kristina softly sang in her raspy voice.

And like a true mother, Houston had some instructions: "Turn it up, y'all!"

The two playfully danced, and Houston continued singing: "See, I got my baby. Me and Bobby's baby."

One YouTube viewer commented on the 77 second clip, noting their favorite moment: "That KISS at the end is EVERYTHING! #Nothinglikeamother'slove!"



Friday, March 2, 2012

Second-generation rappers bring "The Pain"

Their fathers are household hip-hop names, but forget all that - they want their music to speak for itself.

The kids of Peter Gunz and rap legend Doug E. Fresh have teamed up to release a video for their collaboration, "The Pain."

Trips and Slim, known collectively as Square Off, made a second-generation collabo tapping YMCMB's Cory Gunz for a feature. The song appears on Square Off's mixtape, "Money, Moet and Memories," which was released over the summer.

Trips and Slim are the kids of Doug E. Fresh and Cory Gunz is the son of Peter Gunz, most known for his uptown anthem with Lord Tariq, "Deja Vu."

Check out an interview I did with Square Off last year: click here.

Below is the video for "The Pain":