Jalon Olive "Boyzie", one of the most humble Soca artist in Grenada's music industry. Boyzie is young and talented and is bless with a mystical voice, he jumped on the soca train in the year 2009 with a song enitiled "Best Mass".
The following year he blessed the place with one of the biggest and most popular renditions enitiled "Never tell her". In 2011 boyzie took a break from singing due to him apart of the Grenada cricket team and was out of the country. He return in the year 2012 with "Born Troublesome" and took the roadmarch and placed 2nd in the national Soca Monarch. Boyzie is presently in New York Heading over to Miami for Carnival
MTV handed out Golden Popcorn statues at the 2013 Movie Awards last night and Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson were among the honorees.
The Django Unchained stars took home the prize for Best WTF Moment and Foxx was also awarded the Generation Award by his co-star Kerry Washington. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper earned the top performance awards for Silver Linings Playbook and jointly accepted the prize for Best Kiss. Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson hosted the show and also won for Breakthrough Performance.
The night's big winner was The Avengers. The action ensemble took home three awards, including the big fish Movie of the Year.In his acceptance speech, director Joss Whedon teased the film's sequel for 2015.
Chris Rock, Snoop Dogg and Kim Kardashian were among the presenters and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Selena Gomez performed.
Taylor Lautner, who won for Best Shirtless Performance (a new category) delivered the night's funniest acceptance speech. "This is as high as it gets," he remarked. "This is the shirtless Oscar. For all of us who do take our shirts off — McConaughey, Tatum, Lena Dunham — this is it."
Rapping about a "Gold Digger" could end up costing Kanye West now that the children of late singer David Pryor have named Yeezy in an alleged 15-year "copyright infringement scheme."
While it's common knowledge that Ye's 2005 hit featuring Jamie Foxx samples Ray Charles' "I Got a Woman," sister and brother Trena Steward and Lorenzo Pryor believe their father, who died in 2006, also deserves credit.
Their father was a former member of Thunder and Lightning and can be heard on the group's 1974 song "Bumpin' Bus Stop" saying, "get down with the bus stop."
The siblings believe that West hijacked his voice for the "get down, girl/go 'head, get down" that he repeats throughout "Gold Digger," and although they have not disclosed exactly how much money they are seeking, it's also common knowledge that they aren't messing with anyone broke. The father-to-be's net worth is roughly $70 million.
The children's copyright/RICO lawsuit also names various labels — including Roc-A-Fella Records, Island Def Jam and Bad Boy Records.