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Wednesday
Dec222010

Ludacris Tops Vevo's Top 10 Videos of 2010

Music video site Vevo has compiled its list of the 10 most-watched videos of 2010. And of course, teen pop sensation Justin Bieber takes the top spot with his video for “Baby.”

The 10 videos were the most popular across the company’s entire platform, which includes Vevo.com, mobile apps on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, connected devices (such as Google TV and Boxee) and syndication partners like AOL, BET, Last.fm and YouTube.

Take a look at all 10 videos below:

1. Justin Bieber feat. Ludacris - Baby

2. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance

3. Shakira feat. Freshlyground - Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)

4. Eminem feat. Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie

5. Justin Bieber - One Time

6. Eminem - Not Afraid7. Rihanna - Rude Boy

8. Justin Bieber feat. Jaden Smith - Never Say Never

9. Lady Gaga - Alejandro

10. Usher feat. will.i.am - OMG

Wednesday
Dec222010

Southern Smoke TV: Lil Wil

New Orleans born and Dallas bred, Lil Wil, reconfirms his stance as the creator of the "dougie," a dance  behind Cali Swag District's certified gold single "Teach Me How To Dougie".

Wednesday
Dec222010

Jamie Foxx Performs "Yep Dats Me" On David Letterman



Yep, that’s Jamie and last night, he made his way over to the Late Show With David Letterman and performed his latest single. He talks meeting Prince recently at MSG. Best Night Of My Life in stores now.

Wednesday
Dec222010

I-20 - The Eulogy

Tuesday
Dec212010

106 & Park Presents: Keri Hilson Live

Keri Hilson stopped by 106 & Park today for a mini concert and performed some of the hits off her No Boys Allowed album, which is in stores now.

Tuesday
Dec212010

Drake Says Lil Wayne Didn't 'Waste One Bar' On '6 Foot 7 Foot'

Tuesday
Dec212010

Nicki Minaj Uses Others' Success As 'Fuel To Go Hard'

Tuesday
Dec212010

Dorrough - My Name

Tuesday
Dec212010

Young Money's Tyga Talks Lil Wayne, Chris Brown & Miami Women

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Get up close and personal with Lil Wayne's Compton protege Tyga inside his Fountainbleau suite as he dishes on Young Money's growing mass appeal, collaborating with Chris Brown and ringing his birthday in the Magic City with celebrity promoter Michael Madd.

Tuesday
Dec212010

Pitbull and others donate toys to Wynwood kids

Pitbull donates toys in his old neighborhood. Hundreds of children showed up for holiday gifts donated by rapper Pitbull at Roberto Clemente Park in Wynwood. Under the rain, Shenandoah Middle School student Anderson Cheatham, 13, played basketball with friends at Wynwood’s Roberto Clemente Park. Anderson killed time shooting hoops, while his mother, brothers and sisters waited in line to enter the park’s Dorthy Quintana Community Center Building to get a new basketball.

“I love to play basketball,” he said. “It is so much fun.”

He and his family were among more than 450 people who attended the annual Toy A-Way event Saturday at Roberto Clemente Park, 101 NW 34th St.

“I can’t wait to play with the ball with my friends,” said Anderson.

Over 500 toys were donated to neighborhood kids ages 1 through 16 by hip-hop musician and Miami native Armando Pérez better, known as Pitbull. William Rice, better known as DJ Rice, and other community members also donated toys.

The event was hosted by Planetpit.com, the city of Miami and the Imaginate Foundation, a non-profit organization. Everything from Barbie and Bratz dolls to footballs and pre-paid cell phones were given to children who were pre-registered by park officials. Bicycles and other soccer balls were also raffled. Not only were toys given away, but children and families enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs, cotton candy, bounce houses and music.

Derrick Turton, of Pitbull Productions, said Wynwood is dear to the rapper since he was raised in the area.

“Because of the financial times this is a way of giving back,” he said. “It’s not about the presents or any of this stuff it is really about these kids having a good holiday.”

Students from William H. Turner Technical Arts High School and community members also volunteered to organize the event and distribute food and toys. Holding an umbrella, Wynwood resident Anna Echevarria said she was grateful for the effort.

“We are appreciative because sometimes we don’t have things for the kids so we do what we can,” she said. “So for them to do this for us, it touches our heart; it shows that they care.”

Angie Lee of Youth Community Help Services, who coordinated the event, said it’s about brightening families’ lives.

“We want to put a smile on these kids faces this holiday season,” she said.