A selection of this week's celebrity news...

Kate Middleton's Family Bails Out Brother James From Cake Business Debt

Oscar Pistorius Plans Memorial Service for Reeva Steenkamp While on Bail for Premeditated Murder Charges

Alec Baldwin Smacks Down Racial Slur Allegations on Late Show With David Letterman

Zero Dark Thirty Torture Controversy: Senate Committee Drops Investigation

Michelle Obama's Oscar Dress Photoshopped by Iranian Media

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Sam Khan

At the age of 23, British Muslim rapper Sam Khan was the CEO of his own company, a clothing range, website and a record label called Be Somebody. Three years on, he has launched The B Somebody Project to raise funds for orphans in Gaza. The project follows in the fundraising footsteps of previous music he has done for Pakistani flood victims. Green Left's Mat Ward spoke to him.


A selection of this week's celebrity news...

Mug Shot of the Day: WCBS Anchor Rob Morrison Flashes Bloody Face After Domestic Violence Arrest

Mindy McCready: Why the Late Singer Shot Her Dog

Pamela Anderson Selling Malibu Home for $7.75 Million—Take a Look Inside!

Justin Bieber Murder Plot Details Emerge: Inmate Wanted Singer Castrated With Hedge Clippers and Suffocated

Searching for Sugarman
Directed by Malik Bendjelloul
Starring Rodriguez, Malik Bendjelloul
Music by Rodriguez
Now showing at selected cinemas

Director Mike Malik Bendjelloul’s film Searching for Sugarman, which has been nominated for best documentary film at this year’s Oscars and the British Film and Television Awards, traces the efforts of two South African fans to find out what happened to the mysterious Mexican-American folksinger known as Rodriguez.

Verbal Reality Volume One
Native Sun / Hustle Hard, 2012

"Every time you see in the media someone's been killed by police it always just happens to be an Aboriginal," says radical rapper Provocalz.

It's 9.30 on a Saturday morning and the south-west Sydney spitter is telling Green Left why he made his hard-hitting horrorcore track, "Cop Shot".

A selection of this week's celebrity news...

Vivienne Jolie-Pitt's Salary Revealed: Angelina Jolie's Daughter Earns $3,000 a Week for Maleficent

Zero Dark Thirty: Osama bin Laden Shooter Says Jessica Chastain's Performance Was "Awesome"

Kate Upton, Katherine Webb, Fellow Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Do Late Show Top 10

Alyssa Milano's Dog Diesel Dies of Cancer: "Rest in Peace," Actress Tweets

Vibes, Love, Revolution
Fear Nuttin Band
Released 2012

Fear Nuttin Band blend Jamaican yardie culture with American hardcore punk in the hybrid genre of “yardcore”. The Massachusetts-based group also throw in plenty of pugilistic politics and sharp satire. Front man Prowla and guitarist Christafari Regan spoke to Green Left's Mat Ward.

A selection of this week's celebrity news...

Beyoncé's Sexy 2013 Super Bowl Outfit Slammed by PETA—Too Much Skin!

N-Dubz rapper Dappy guilty of assault and affray.

Russell Brand hits on Katharine McPhee HARD. Funny or creepy?

Kate Middleton's Cousin Strips Down for Men's Magazine—See the Provocative Pics

Pregnant Kate Middleton, Prince William Take Mustique Babymoon: Report

Katu Arkonada, a researcher at the University of the Cordillera in La Paz, Bolivia, gives a 2012 balance sheet of Bolivia's achievements and challenges.

It was translated from Spanish with additional notes by Richard Fidler and is reprinted from Bolivia Rising.


Idle No More (Invasion Day) The Mixtape
Featuring K-Otic 1, Darah, Felon, Mr Forge, Toombs, Provocalz, Teila, Unda Dwella, Lorna Munro, Kaiyu, Boe Knows, Big Luke, Dubbzone


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