Hip Hop's self-made reality star talks girls, girls, girls and 'No Love Lost'
(Atlanta, GA) Rolling out sits down with "Love & Hip Hop's" newest cast mate Joe Budden to discuss his role on the VH1 reality series, which isn't our first invitation into Budden's life as he installed cameras in his home years ago. The cameras captured his tumultuous relationship with his curvaceous then-girlfriend Tahiry, and his reality star fame was born.
Since then, Budden has had several very public relationships and suffered loss and setback. He speaks candidly with rolling out about his new album, titled No Love Lost, personal shortcomings and addiction. Joining the cast of "Love & Hip Hop" is just another chapter in Budden's story- one he feels will help others deal with their own tribulations. "I'm just thankful that rolling out would even consider having me on the cover. I appreciate it. It was a great shoot, great interview. Hopefully the fans enjoy it," Budden offers modestly.
Visit rollingout.com to read the interview in its entirety. Be sure to check out the exclusive photo shoot and video footage with celebrity photographer DeWayne Rogers.
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This is the most I've watched of that minstrel television show Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. I just flat out refuse to watch that garbage show, but I have to agree with The Roots' Questlove who mentioned via his twitter page that it's safe to assume this comedic spoof is what the show is really all about. Check out this comedic spoof of the TV show Love & Hip Hop Atlanta starring Miguel Nunez, Verne "Mini Me" Troyer, Lunell, Essence Atkins, Buck Wild, Reginald "Bra Man" Ballard & many more directed by Devin Hampton.
VH1's "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" stars Lil Scrappy and Erica Dixon's turbulent relationship played out in front of millions of viewers. Public perception of the proclaimed "Prince of the South" was less than stellar as the show focused on Lil Scrappy's balancing act between his girlfriend and best friend and even included his mother's comical views on his relationship. Lil Scrappy surprised viewers with his commitment to be "stand up and be a man" and proposal to Erica on the "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta: Reunion." "I can't wait to change her last name to Richardson," the hip hop star admitted to rolling out. "It was time to take it to the next level. It was time to do something really grown up."
Rolling out's DeWayne Rogers interviewed and shot the "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" couple for this cover. Wardrobe stylist Kudzi, inspired by an era of sophistication, took the couples' over the top hip hop image back to the 50s. Erica Dixon flaunts her engagement ring on the cover solidifying there is some love in hip hop after all. "It was important for us to take this opportunity to celebrate some positivity that came from drama surrounding a reality TV show. Lil Scrappy deciding on national television to honor his family and step up to the plate is something we felt was cover worthy", says publisher Munson Steed.
In addition to discussing the upcoming nuptials, Lil Scrappy and his bride to talk candidly with rolling out about the editing process and how the popular show was received with fans. "It wasn't scripted or fake, but the editing process is what makes things seem a certain way," Erica explained.
Rolling Out, the nation's largest free urban weekly, is a digital and print magazine that focuses on the black experience in response to entertainment, politics, fashion, culture, sports and lifestyle points of interest. Headquartered in Atlanta, rolling out is positioned as the voice for the African American experience, using its newspaper as a platform in the marketplace to express urgency in reform for education, finances, entrepreneurial endeavors, and other issues prevalent in the Diaspora. For more information on Rolling Out, please log on to http://www.rollingout.com.
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