Rapper Krayzie Bone from the group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, canceled a recent show due to Sarcoidosis. The disease appears as a collection of inflamed cells and took the life of comedian Bernice Mac in 2008. Krayzie Bone took to Twitter to send a message to fans, “Canada thank you for your support sorry I had to cut it short due to sickness but I will be back to make those date up soon! Much Love” Afterwards, he posted that the remainder of the tour dates were postponed.
Artist William Holmes is putting Iowa on the Hip Hop map, and he is using a helpful member of the police force to do it. Dana Wingert was awarded his police officers badge a year ago, and now he is starring in a music video aimed at helping troublesome youth. Holmes, known to his fans as Will Keeps, escaped gang violence himself when he was younger and now he wants to help teenagers and young adults who might be facing similar dangers to what he experienced. The music video, set to Holmes’s song “We Fight” is seven minutes in length and stars police officer Dana Wingert as a regular police officer who comes across a troublesome man in a gas station and a gun battle ensues. Holmes states that he wants to use the music video to teach youth about respecting authority figures and law enforcement officers trying to keep Iowa safe. His aim is simple, to “put Iowa on the map when it comes to music.”
source – whotv