Sex And The City 2 – The Return of Carrie Fever!

SJP and Chris Noth as Carrie and Big

SJP and Chris Noth as Carrie and Big

Women worldwide can finally begin to look forward to the next instalment of female cult favourite Sex & the City. The cast of the second SATC movie began filming in New York this week after months of speculation.

Following the success of the first SATC movie, the cast and production were keen to get the ball rolling with the sequel, which will reportedly focus on the aftermath of the recession. The movie is reportedly set in both New York and London and explores the fate of the characters during the financial crisis.

Both Mr Big, Carrie’s businessman husband played by Chris Noth, and the oversexed PR genius Samantha Jones, portrayed by Kim Cattrall, are depicted as having lost out big time during the recession.

The SATC team have been quick to explain that despite the content of the movie, the wardrobe (a significant attraction of the film) will be far from recession-reflective.

Kim Cattrall as audience favourite Samantha Jones

Kim Cattrall as audience favourite Samantha Jones


African Remix – Crank Dat Naija Boy

Speaking of ‘Crank Dat’…

I’m sorry but I couldn’t resist! This video never fails to make me smile!

Soulja Boy & Kanye West Team Up

Despite the endless criticism from the hip hop community, Kanye West has always been a big supporter of teen superstar Soulja Boy. In fact, the young rapper revealed that he was currently working on Kanye’s fifth studio album.

Soulja Boy, who rose to international fame with the success of his debut single ‘Crank Dat,’ explained that he was ‘remixing a couple of records for’ Kanye. He then continued to explain that the super producer would be contributing to his latest project ‘The DeAndre Way.’

He then suggested that there was a mutual respect between the two artists, stating ‘We working together on production because he make beats and I make beats.’

Kanye has also in past showed a lot of respect for the young rapper’s work ethic, especially after the criticism from veteran rapper Ice-T. Shortly after the infamous insult, Kanye was quick to defend Soulja Boy, explaining that he is ‘fresh as hell and is actually the true meaning of what hip hop is supposed to be,’ before posing the question, ‘if that ain’t hip hop, then what is?’