Monthly Archives: May 2009

Planet Abiola Q&A: Out Of This World

Abiola Abrams

It takes a certain kind of person to do a reality show… and I am not saying that in a bad way. You just have to have a certain personality or you end up like John (aka the dude with eight kids and a wife that drives him crazy on national TV only to allegedly cheat on her). I just don’t have that kind of personality (Thank God) but I am fortunate to know someone who does and who actually was on a VH1 reality show.

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B.o.B. x Reebok


Reebok has been making noise all year with their innovative Classic Remix collection. Partnering with today’s newest acts to re-interpret an influential ’80s or ’90s song to be distributed exclusively with the purchase of their “classically remixed” sneaker styles, the kicks company has already enlisted the services of Kidz In The Hall, Kid Sister and now B.o.B. (aka Bobby Ray). I guess Kid Cudi is waiting for his own Air Yeezy deal.

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Dwight Howard Has My Life… Sorta

Dwight Howard

When I was younger, I dreamed about having my own cartoon, not to mention being a millionaire and Superman. Sadly none of that has come true for me, but at least Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has had the chance to live out my dreams. Lucky son of a…

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Happy Birthday, BIG!

Notorious B.I.G.

There isn’t much else to say… other than rent Notorious tonight. Cue the videos.

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Let The Data Force Be With You


As a self-proclaimed “nerd” and part-time technie, I OMG’ed (not really) when I saw the Star Wars Mimobot Series 4’s Darth Maul. Don’t know what a Mimobot is you say? Well…

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“Elementary, my dude Watson”

Robert Downey Jr.

Robert Downey Jr. is genius. First, there was this and now Sherlock Holmes. Check out the trailer here.

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Not Your Father’s Kravitz

Elevator Flight

Elevator Fight

I usually think the celebrity offspring gets a raw deal. They don’t usually ask to be famous but they get sunned when they bask in the limelight and when they shun it. And when they decide to make a name or themselves, forget it. That’s why I was intrigued by Zoe Kravitz’s band Elevator Fight.

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