Snoop Dogg is among the celebrities who’ll appear during the two-week charity edition of A-B-C’s Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, which kicks off Sunday.
Too Short plans to publish a memoir titled Life Is Too Short: The Resilient Life of Todd Shaw, named in part after his hit 1988 album. The book, which is being written by Bay-Area Hip-Hop enthusiast and sportswriter Dale Tafoya, will feature Short’s take on his 25-plus-year career in rap.
Eminem denies he’s the rapper heard on “Die Already,” a diss track aimed at Soulja Boy. Em says on his Twitter page, “Wow, whoever made ‘Die Already’ really does sound like me. But it ain’t.”
Proceeds from SlumVillage‘s new disc Villa Manifesto — featuring reunited group member Titus “Baatin” Glover — will go the deceased rapper’s family. The disc arrives September 22nd. Glover, 35, was found dead on Saturday. Police are awaiting a toxicology report.
Last night’s first quarterfinal of America’s Got Talent started off with a surprise — executive producer Simon Cowell expanded the field from 40 to 48, and 12 acts performed last night instead of the expected 10.