Saturday, April 25, 2009

DJ DIphoeniX's top 20 Jamz - EVERY FRIDAY!!!..[the hottest songs on urban & pop radio] + updates on other Charts {April 24 - 30, 2009}

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April 24 - 30, 2009

30. if u seek amy [britney spears] (28)
29. you complete me [keyshia cole] (21)
28. sugar [flo rida/wynter] (-)
27. we made you [eminem] (-)
26. my love [the-dream/mariah carey] (30)
25. knock you down [keri hilson/ne-yo/kanye west] (29)
24. gives you hell [the all-american rejects] (16)* {Pk:1(1wk)}
23. turnin me on [keri hilson/lil wayne] (17) {Pk:2}
22. my life would suck without you [kelly clarkson] (15)
21. boom boom pow [black eyed peas] (25)

20. welcome to heartbreak [kanye west/kid cudi] (22)
19. love sex magic [ciara/justin timberlake] (24)
18. sobeautiful [musiq soulchild] (23)
17. never ever [ciara/yung joc] (20)
16. just dance [lady gaga/colby o'donis] (13)*~ {Pk:1(3wks)}
15. i love college [asher roth] (9) {Pk:9}
14. turn my swag on [soulja boy tell 'em] (19)
13. boyfriend #2 [pleasure p] (18)
12. rockin' that thang [the-dream] (12)* {Pk:1(2wks)}
11. if this isn't love [jennifer hudson] (14)
10. jai ho! (you are my destiny) [a r rahman/the pussycat dolls (nicole scherzinger)] (11) {Pk:10}
09. blame it [jamie foxx/t-pain] (5)*~ {Pk:1(5wks)}
08. magnificent [rick ross/john legend] (10) {Pk:8}
07. halo [beyonce] (8) {Pk:7}
06. dead and gone [t.i./justin timberlake] (2)* {Pk:1(1wk)}
05. the climb [miley cyrus] (7) {Pk:5}
04. day 'n' nite [kid cudi] (6) {Pk:4}
03. kiss me thru the phone [soulja boy tell 'em/sammie] (4) {Pk:2}
02. right round [flo rida] (3) {Pk:2}
01. poker face [lady gaga] (1) {Pk:1(2wks)}

* - Former NUMBER 1 'jam'
~ - Nominee for 'jam' of the year(2008)
(#) - Previous Week
{Pk:#) - Peak Position (shown for top 10 peakers only)
RE - Re-entry (to the charts)

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Shoutouts to the Jamaican massive and the Campion College men's basketball and girl's hockey 2007-2008 teams.

Producer: Xavier Thompson a.k.a. DJ DIphoeniX

"DJ DIphoeniX man, get yo' shit right!"

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NOMINEES FOR TOP JAMZ OF THE YEAR (no particular order):
live your life [t.i.]
single ladies (put a ring on it) [beyonce]
just dance [lady gaga]
blame it [jamie foxx]


Mad A Yaad Entertainment™ (M.A.Y.E.™)


Girlz {Radio Version} (Ft. Vegas, Chico, Kiprich, Hawkeye & Mr. Lex)
Dj Diphoenix & Dj Dimitri - USA

Ms. Body {Tha THICKness} [Tha Ladies ('Y U Wanna' & 'B. Girls' Mix)]
DJ DIphoeniX & ZJ Ice (Ft. T.I., Munga Honorebel & Aidonia)
Diphoenix, T.I., Munga Honorebel, Sean Kingston, Cham & Beenie Man - USA

One Woman’s Man (2008)
Shonie Featuring Diphoenix - USA

Meeting In My Bedroom
Silk & Diphoenix - USA

Filthy Rich (Meking Money)
Serani & Konshens Featuring Diphoenix - Jamaica

Romain Virgo & Diphoenix - Jamaica
TO VIEW THE TOP 50 JAMZ OF 2008 go here:


Reggaefusion (Reggae fusion)

Old Skool R&B/HIP HOP Joints

Classicz from early 2000s

Pop-Rock.Soft Rock hits from the Mid (& early) 90s

Hitz from the "POP ERA" (1997-2002)

F*** songs

ONE Hit Wonders (Late 90s to Early 00s)
by Richie B - host of "HOT MIX" on HOT 102 FM - JAMAICA
April 24, 2009

Radio: Weekly Countdown with Richie B Fridays 4:15pm to 5:00pm on Hot
102 FM
Print: Published weekly in X-News
TV: The Top 10 is presented on TVJ's Entertainment Report (ER) -
Fridays at 8:00pm



01 1 12 Head Caan Hot So- Prodigal Son-Main Street Records (2wks@#1)
02 2 18 Dip Again- Elephant Man feat. Ding Dong - Big Ship NM
03 4 13 This Means Money - Konshens - Head Concussion U-1
04 7 7 Mama-Vybz Kartel- Not Nice/Adidjaheim Records U-3
05 3 16 I'm So Blessed - Mavado - Big Ship(2wks@#1) D-2
06 9 6 I Am Blessed-Mr. Vegas-Liv-Up U-3
07 5 13 Last Man Standing-Vybz Kartel - Not Nice/Adidjaheim Records
(2wks@#1) D-2
08 6 18 Time To Shine-Laden-Big Ship (3wks@#1) D-2
09 8 8 Nuh Daggera -Spice-Equinoxx (pp#8)D-1
10 12 5 Mind Pon Mi Money - Vybz Kartel -Live-Up Records U-2
11 13 6 Man A Galis-Ding Dong-Notice U-2
12 10 12 Get Wild-Vybz Kartel- Not Nice/Adidjaheim Records (pp#6) D-2
13 14 7 Bad 2 Da Bone-Brick & Lace-Birchill Records U-1
14 15 5 Hustler For Life (La La La) -Andrew & Wada Blood-Notice U-1
15 17 3 Hallelujah - Elephant Man -Very Huge Records U-2
16 18 4 Watch Your Friends-Javinchi-Not Nice/Adidjaheim Records U-2
17 11 8 Stamma-Busy Signal- Big Ship (pp#6) D-6
18 20 2 Ugly - Kiprich & Black-er -Fresh Ear U-2
19 16 16 Romping Shop-Vybz Kartel feat Spice-Adidjaheim Records/NotNice
(2wks@#1) D-3
20 19 13 Ben Ova - RDX- (pp#6) D-1



01 2 10 A Thousand Miles Away-Ras Penco-Uprize Music (1wk@#1)U-1
02 1 18 Missing You Right Now-Daville-Fashozy (2wks@#1) D-1
03 5 8 Call On Me- Jah Cure feat Phyllisia -SOBE/Dangerzone U-2
04 3 19 Can't Sleep-Romaine Virgo-Penthouse Records (2wks@#1) D-1
05 4 18 You've Lost That Loving Feeling-Noddy Virtue/Jodi-Ann Pantry-
Reflection (pp#4) D-1
06 8 8 Good Life-Chuckle Berry-Taxi U-2
07 6 13 Start Anew-Tarrus Riley-Juke Boxx (pp#6) D-1
08 9 13 Jah Jah Blessing -Etana feat Alborosie-Forward Records U-1
09 10 11 Save The Juvenile-Ruffian-Get Up Yute Records U-1
10 12 7 Head Above The Water - Capleton - Downsound Records U-2
11 11 11 Cassava - Andrew Mistiq aka P. Zed -Inspire NM
12 13 6 Under My Skin- Anthony Red Roze -Taxi U-1
13 7 13 Bad Man Don't Cry-Shaggy-Big Yard Music (pp#3) D-6
14 14 25 My Jamaican Girl-Prince Pankhi-Otis Riddim Records(pp#4) NM
15 17 5 Too Late - Junior Kelly & Queen Ifrica - AL.TA.FA.AN U-2
16 18 3 So In Love -Hezron - Tads Int'l Records U-2
17 15 22 Jah Jah See Dem A Come-Sugar Roy/Conrad Crystal & Gyptian -
Fireball (2wks@#1) D-2
18 20 2 Pray Fi Dem - Harry Toddler-Downsound U-2
19 - New Don't Wanna Miss A Thing-Anthony Cruz-Footprint
20 16 25 I Love You Anyway-Barbee-It's Not A Game Records (2wks@#1)



01 2 5 Mr. Brooks - A Better Tomorrow - Mavado - VP Records
(1wk@#1) U-1
02 1 13 Waiting - Cecile - Danger Zone (2wks@#1) D-1
03 3 11 Pull Up Selector-Jimmy Riley-Taxi NM
04 4 15 Stronger - Fantan Mojah-Greensleeves (2wks@#1) NM
05 5 15 Reggae Jammin Vol. 1-Various Artistes- Tads Int'l Records
(3wks@#1) NM
06 7 3 The Very Best of Elephant Man-Elephant Man - VP Records U-1
07 8 3 Universal Cure - Jah Cure - SOBE/Danger Zone U-1
08 9 3 Brand New Me - Gregory Isaacs -Tads Int'l Records U-1
09 6 5 Ragga Ragga Ragga 2009 - Various Artistes-No Doubt Records/
Tads Int'l Records(2wks@#1) D-3
10 10 25 I Can Feel Your Pain- Gyptian-VP Records/Cannon (2wks@#1) NM


Numbers in bracket indicate the number of weeks at the No. 1 Spot.
Key: U - Upward, D - Down, NM - Non-Mover
TW - This Week, LW - Last Week, WC Weeks on Chart, PP in bracket -
Peak Position
Sources: Sound Systems, Record Shops, Night Clubs & Radio Play

Eminem, Green Day Make Big Hot 100 Debuts

Eminem's "We Made You" debuts at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
April 23, 2009 11:00 AM ET
Silvio Pietroluongo, Miami and Keith Caulfield, L.A.
The Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow" holds at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for a third week, while the tally's highest debut comes at No. 9 from Eminem with "We Made You."

It's the best Hot 100 debut of his career and its fast start is owed to the digital track shifting 167,000 in its first week of release. That's a somewhat disappointing sum considering his last single, "Crack A Bottle," set a then first-week record with 418,000 downloads in February.

Though the "Made" video has proved popular due to its skewering nature (it's the No. 1 ranked video on MTV2), "Bottle's" higher number can probably be attributed to it having been the rapper's first release as a lead act in more than three years. It also received airplay at R&B/Hip-Hop stations, resulting in a larger audience at the time of release (33 million listener impressions), compared to the 19 million impressions garnered by "Made" the week.

The Hot 100's next-highest debut comes from Green Day at No. 40 with "Know Your Enemy." It's the band's best Hot 100 bow ever -- which also happens to debut on the Modern Rock radio airplay chart at No. 8. It's the first single from the trio's "21st Century Breakdown" album, due on Friday, May 15.

Making a big move up the Hot 100 is Taylor Swift's "Crazier," which zips from No. 38 to No. 17 thanks to a hefty 110,000 digital downloads sold (up a handsome 57% over the previous week's haul). The tune is included on this week's No. 1 album, the soundtrack to "Hannah Montana: the Movie." "Crazier" is Swift's ninth top 20 Hot 100 hit.

Back in the top 10, Lady GaGa's "Poker Face" holds at No. 2 while Flo Rida's "Right Round" stays steady at No. 3. Miley Cyrus' "The Climb" rises to No. 4, giving the artist a new career-high peak. She matches the highest rank that her father Billy Ray Cyrus has achieved. The elder Cyrus' "Achy Breaky Heart" hit No. 4 in July 1992 (four months before Miley was born).

"Kiss Me Thru the Phone" by Soulja Boy Tell'em (featuring Sammie) slips a notch to No. 5, while Kid Cudi's "Day 'N' Nite" jumps a space to No. 6. Jamie Foxx's "Blame It" (featuring T-Pain) slides two positions to No. 7 while T.I.'s "Dead and Gone" (featuring Justin Timberlake) also drops two spots to No. 8. Rounding out the top 10, the Fray's "You Found Me," slides one rung to No. 10 in its 22nd chart week.

Aside from Eminem's "We Made You" and Green Day's "Know Your Enemy," here are the remaining seven debuts on the Hot 100 this week. Kevin Rudolf's "Welcome to the World (featuring Rick Ross) enters at No. 78; Kelly Clarkson's "I Do Not Hook Up" starts at No. 88; Silversun Pickups nets its first Hot 100 hit with "Panic Switch" at No. 92; Norwegian duo Madcon enters at No. 95 with its European smash "Beggin';" Pink arrives at No. 97 with "Please Don't Leave Me," the third Hot 100 hit from her "Funhouse" album; Ashley Tisdale's "It's Alright, It's Ok" -- the first track from her June 16 album "Guilty Pleasure" -- starts at No. 99 and Kenny Chesney's "Out Last Night" begins at No. 100.

Re-entering the Hot 100 this week at No. 83 is Nickelback's "If Today Was Your Last Day." The tune originally spent four weeks on the list in late 2008 and in early January.

Rick Ross Vs. 50 Cent: Behind The Beef

Rick Ross (right) has a beef with 50 Cent.
April 24, 2009 12:13 PM ET
Mariel Concepcion, N.Y.
In early April, Rick Ross, the Miami-born rapper known for highlighting his coke-dealing past, found himself in Medellin, Colombia—a city known for its coke-dealing. Sporting a white linen suit, his staple dark shades and an iced-out bracelet, Ross was filming the video for the single “All I Really Want.” At one point, a sun-kissed woman wearing a gold bra-and-panty set caressed the shoulders of the 300-pound self-proclaimed boss as he sat on the edge of his bed, overlooking the city.

Last weekend, when he shot a video for the promo single “Cold Blood,” Ross traded the sunshine of Medellin for the darker tones of a funeral parlor. Clad in a black suit, black leather gloves and another pair of shades, he sat in a back pew and watched a makeshift ceremony. It was a memorial for the death of Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent.

Since the beginning of this year, Ross and 50 Cent have taken verbal and visual jabs at each other. While this beef hasn’t—and hopefully won’t—escalate to physical confrontations, the release of Ross’s first promo single “Mafia Music” led to an onslaught of Web-released diss tracks, cartoon spoofs, comedy skits, music videos, photos, Web sites and more from both sides.

The real winner may be Universal Music Group, which owns Island Def Jam and Interscope, the labels the rappers are signed to. Since the dispute started in January, the sales of Ross’ two previous albums have increased by 62%, while sales of 50 Cent’s three catalog titles grew by 74%, according to Nielsen SoundScan. And the more that bloggers wrote about the battle, according to the online chatter tracker Nielsen BuzzMetrics, the more the two artists reaped the benefits. “Deeper Than Rap” looks as though it will debut atop the Billboard 200 next week with sales of about 150,000 copies.

“For Ross, the beef actually elevated him to a national platform, but his music is incredible enough to back it up,” says Chris Atlas, senior VP of marketing for IDJ, Ross’ label. “If it was just purely beef and we had wack music, there’s nothing to sell. But the beef got him even more national attention, and when those who hadn’t checked for him went out and heard his previous music, Ross was able to back it up. And now, controversy aside, the music is speaking for him. There is a lot of anticipation for this album.”

Some critics question if the beef was a publicity stunt by Ross to draw attention to “Deeper Than Rap,” but the album has its own bona fides; it features production work from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, the Runnerz, the Inkredibles and Tricky Stewart, as well as guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Kanye West, T-Pain, Nas and the-Dream, among others. The first single, “Magnificent,” is No. 7 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and features John Legend.

“People made plenty of assumptions [about the beef] but my name was mentioned before I ever did anything,” Ross says. “And where I grew up, if I have a homeboy that gets shot at every time he goes down a certain street and if I’m riding in the car with him one particular day and we go down this same street and they happen to shoot at the both of us, I’m involved now. When someone mentions my name because they’re attacking someone that I’m close with, it’s my problem now.”

That’s how the feud got started, according to Ross. First, he released “Mafia Music” online, which referenced the public rift between 50 and his son’s mother about child support and the house she lived in with their child, which mysteriously burned down after a court ruling in 50’s favor. 50 struck back with “Try Me” by way of his blog site,, in which he rhymed, “Officer Ricky! Radio for backup/See his ass anywhere, you know I’m gonna act up.”

“We’re going to act like we didn’t hear that,” an unimpressed Ross said during a radio show interview about the comeback. “We gonna give him 48 hours to come up with another one.”

A few days later, 50 posted another video, which warned, “There’s nobody in control of me. I do what I want to do. Rick Ross, I’m-a fuck your life up, for fun. You’re gonna really understand how resourceful I am.”

At the beginning of February, Ross released the video for “Mafia Music,” in which he flaunts his mansion, cars, jewelry and handgun, among other things; he also put out another diss track, “Kiss My Pinky Ring.”

Despite the apparent animosity behind the feud, Ross says “Deeper Than Rap” isn’t an angry album. Other tracks include the reggae-tinged “Yacht Club”; “Lay Back,” with vocals from Robin Thicke; and “Bossy Lady,” which features Ne-Yo and may be the third single.

While IDJ’s Atlas says the beef may help sales, he isn’t relying on it to promote “Deeper Than Rap.” A strong viral campaign featuring videos of Ross doing everything from recording a track in the studio to sending direct messages to fans has also taken off on Ross’ site,, bolstering the banner ad campaigns on other sites like, and, among others.

To hear Ross talk, it sounds as though the video for “Cold Blood” just metaphorically buried 50 himself—not their feud. “Money doesn’t make me—I make the money,” he says. “That applies to my opposition. If you rely on your money, you’re engaging in something that won’t work. If you aren’t making music that people want to hear or are in the streets with the people, you’re going to run out of things to do. Cartoons can only take you so far.”

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presenting ... [drum roll]

Angel Fershgenet


Angel Lola Luv


Fershgenet Melaku

Fershgenet Melaku aka Angel Melaku aka Angel Lola Luv or Lola Luv (born on October 25, 1986) is a hip hop model of Ethiopian descent[1] who has been frequently featured in urban magazines. Melaku quickly became popular for her often questioned and highly rumored to be fake, physical assets. She appeared on BET's fashion show Rip The Runway and won their Video Vixen of the Year award. In April 2007, she appeared on the cover of Black Men magazine and was named, the new "It girl" for 2007. Questions about authenticity of Angel's body arose when past images surfaced of her earlier days as a model, which showed a visibly less curvy appeal.

Fershgenet Melaku aka Angel aka Lola Luv
Birth name Fershgenet Melaku
Also known as Angel Melaku, Lola Luv
Born October 25, 1986
Origin Ethiopia, moved to Washington DC, U.S.
Genre(s) Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, Model, Actress
Years active 2006-present
Label(s) Indie

Life and career

Angel was born in Ethiopia. She was discovered in DC by photographer/model agent Mike Styles, CEO of the small-scale agency Style Entertainment, to this day, the agency highlights Melaku as its only success story. They met and talked about him doing her photo shoot and managing her, and soon thereafter Angel was introduced to various rappers who chose to use her in their videos. They started working together with Mike's partner Michelle Vierya and everything has blossomed since March 2006.

Within 8.5 months Angel's career took off from the very beginning. Angel's measurements are 34 C, 22, 40.

Outside of modeling, Angel is interested in getting into real-estate. Angel has been in fashion shows, numerous national magazine covers, top principal roles in music videos with major artists, roles in movies, hosting events, and promotional campaigns.

[edit] Music career

In late 2008, Angel Lola Luv announced that she was going to start rapping and will release her debut album. She has been in and out the recording studio recording her debut album and mix tape Cd. Several tracks have been release on her music myspace page,and online too.She has also recently performed in several clubs along with Rick Ross, Haitian Fresh, and Pleasure P. There has not been any information on as what record label has signed her, many suspect she will be on rapper and friend 50 cents label. No official date has been released for both the album and mix tape.Angel Lola Luv has been recently in and out the recording studio recording tracks and cutting tracks for the album and mix tape.She has so far recorded 8 tracks and can be heard online.Still there is no official release date or record company claiming her under their label.

[edit] Discography

  • Boss Bitch
  • International Boss (featuring Rick Ross)
  • No Panties (featuring Hatien Fresh & Pleasure P)
  • Ain't I remix ( Young LA featuring T.I.,Young Dro, & Angel Lola Luv)
  • Turning Me On remix (Keri Hilson featuring Lil Wayne & Angel Lola Luv)
  • About Me
  • Ready Or Not (featuring Lauren Hill)
  • Diva remix (Beyonce featuring Angel Lola Luv)

[edit] Albums

  • Angel Lola Luv 2009
  • Welcome To A Boss Bitches World 2009

[edit] Videos

Song title, artist Released
"Nike Bootz",Wales January 2009
One More Drink, Ludacris November 11, 2008
Ride "Remix, Ace Hood October 2008
Good Life, Kanye West 2007
I Get Money, 50 Cent August 2007
Give It Up, Twista 2007
Beat Rocks, Tabi Bonney 2007
Wonder Women, Trey Songz 2007
Corporate Thug, Young Jeezy ft. USDA 2006
Bury Me A G, Young Jeezy 2006
I Luv It, Young Jeezy November 2006
I Know You Want Me, Young Buck August 2006
In the Ghetto, Busta Rhymes 2007
Hands Up, Lloyd Banks August 2006
Cake, Lloyd Banks July 2006

[edit] Magazines

Release date Magazine
April 9, 2008 King Magazine
January 2008 XXL Magazine
December 2008 King Magazine
November 2006 XXL Magazine
September King Magazine

[edit] Filmography

Release date Movie title Role
2009 Queen of Media Husband Mistress
2009 Crazy Like a Fox Lead
Early 2009 Before I Self Destruct Unknown
2009 Yo Mama Is Fat Macy


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