In honor of what would have been the late Chinx’s 34th birthday, Fab and Kiss add one of his verses to “All About It” from their Friday On Elm Street project. Listen below. Previously: Fabolous & Jadakiss ft. Future – Stand Up The post Fabolous & Jadakiss ft. French Montana & Chinx – All About It (Remix) appeared first on Nah Right.
With his Karma mixtape still ringing out, Dave East jumps on the “Soul Food” instrumental from the Fabolous and Jadakiss project Friday on Elm Street for his latest EASTMIX. Check it out below, where I’ve also included Dave’s new collab with Wavy Morton on the “Vacation” Remix. Show More Summary
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Well, it took them long enough, but Fab and Kiss have finally delivered their long teased Freddy vs. Jason project, now renamed Friday On Elm Street. The 12-track project features appearances from Styles P, Jeezy, French Montana and Swizz Beatz. Show More Summary
Jadakiss And Fabolous Drop Their Joint Album The ?long-awaited collab album from Fabolous and Jadakiss finally dropped, titled Friday on Elm Street. The project was first hinted at all the way back in the beginning of 2016, at that ...
After an extended wait, the joint project is finally here. Continue reading…
The years of 1987 and 1988 were the peak of Freddymania, when the awesomeness of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS, released in February of 1987, paved the way for A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 4: THE DREAM MASTER to become the most financially successful film in the franchise (until the crossover FREDDY VS. Show More Summary
Fabolous and Jadakiss will keep their word and finally release their Freddy vs. Jason themed project on Black Friday, November 24th. On Halloween, which would’ve been a perfect release date, the pair released the project’s lead single, “Stand Up” featuring Future. Show More Summary
Mondo has announced a re-release of the rare Nightmare on Elm Street novelty album Freddy's Greatest Hits, but only in very limited quantities.
These do more justice to the franchises than many of the actual films. Fan Sonny Fernandez has been doing something pretty awesome over on his YouTube channel for the last couple years. Under the banner Down Twisted Shorts, Sonny has been making, in his own words, “insanely dark and twisted short animated films,” and they’ve […]
“If you go to sleep… you will surely meet… up with Freddy.” One could argue that it was A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors that truly turned Freddy Krueger into a pop culture icon. The franchise’s second sequel, released in 1987, firmly established Freddy as we know and love him today, and oh boy […]
Interview with Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm St) We recently sat down with Amanda Wyss who played Tina Gray on a Nightmare on Elm Street and recently starred in The Sandman which was executive... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
From parades to music festivals, Veterans Day will be marked Saturday by a variety of events across Southern California. Long Beach will host its 21st annual Veterans Day Parade beginning at 10 a.m. at South Street and Elm Avenue. Festivities include food and music that will continue until 3 p.m....
Both prominently featured the colors red and green! In his must-read The Slasher Movie Book, author J.R. Kerswell pinpoints the years between 1978 and 1984 as being the “golden age” for slasher cinema. John Carpenter’s Halloween no doubt kick-started the sub-genre proper (even if it was very much inspired by Black Christmas, released four years prior), […]
Most people would agree that John Carpenter's Halloween is a legitimate masterpiece. Long before anyone was scared of Elm Street or Crystal Lake, the film basically invented the slasher genre. And while it's easy to say how great it is, it's harder to watch the film and point out exactly why that is. More »
The cast of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 reunite to recreate one of the sequel's most memorable promotional photos.
Only one sequel in the original A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise is “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes, and not surprisingly, it’s the one most beloved by fans of the series. I’m of course referring to A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, the film that firmly established Freddy Krueger as a pop culture icon. […]
You might think you know Freddy Krueger, but there are a lot of secrets left to be uncovered about the Springwood slasher in A Nightmare on Elm Street.
A Nightmare on Elm Street came out more than 30 years ago, and to commemorate that horror-movie milestone, Craig Marks and Rob Tannenbaum assembled an oral history of the fright-night classic. We also dug deep into the photo archives and pulled out these rare on-set shots, which include a baby-faced Johnny ... More »
If you’re sick of Michael, spend Halloween with Freddy. While the Halloween franchise takes over AMC’s FearFest today with an all-day marathon that runs straight through the wee hours of tomorrow morning, Syfy has decided to instead go in a totally different direction with their Halloween day marathon. They’re devoting the entire day to A […]