The movie "The Interview" is now available for rent or purchase through Google Play and Microsoft Xbox Video. This comes in wake of the Sony decision to release the film despite the North Korean threats and hacks that infiltrated the company . If you're interested in viewing this movie in the comfort of your home this is a great alternative. Be sure to check back with The Media Bee for the review of this highly talked about movie
Nicki Minaj's new album The Pinkprint dropped this week. Singles released earlier this year like Pills N Potions and Anaconda set the tone for this project- fun and exposed. Tracks like Only ft. Drake, Lil Wayne, and Chris Brown and Feeling Myself ft. Beyoncé have self empowering lyrics while songs like I Lied and Grand Piano have a more personal emotional tone. Recently split from her fiancé of 10 years it seems as if music was a form of therapy for the Grammy nominated artist. I have to admit I was expecting to hear more harder rap tracks but I think the songs she sings on gets out her story of betrayal and heart break best. Minaj even released a 16 min video showing the story of a tumultuous relationship. Not to worry Hip-Hop heads this album does pack a punch with tracks like Four Door Aventador and Big Daddy ft. Meek Mills. Nicki Minaj is a rapper yes, but she never has a problem with crossing over commercially and serving rotational tracks and not just as features on more commercial artists songs. Her voice is cool and calm and still able to take it from 0- 100 real quick! Still in front on a short list of real female MC's she style flexes her lyrical muscle on tracks like Shanghai and Want Some More. Check out the link for her 16 minute movie featuring tracks I Lied, The Crying Game and Grand Piano.
Great sit-down footage as "Tom Terrific" talks shop (e.g. Patriots football) with former teammate and current FOX Sports commentator Randy Moss, asking the tough questions...
Producer and Oscar nominated actor Mark Wahlberg is asking the state of Massachusetts to pardon his arrest and conviction of an assault that occurred in 1988 when the 43 year old actor was just 16. He served 45 days in jail for assaulting two Vietnamese men with a 5 foot stick leaving one partially blind. The New York Daily News is reporting that this is so he can become a reserve officer for the LAPD.