Adele Silva

Adele Silva was born in Norbury, Surrey, England, on November 19, 1980. It was obvious to her family that she was destined for greater things and so at the age of 5, her mother enrolled her in the Peggy O’Farrell Dance School, where she trained in dance and drama. A casting director quickly realized how talented the young girl was. As a testament to his faith in her, he cast her in London Palladium’s production of Babes in the Wood, in which she played one of the babes. This 1985-1986 production saw Adele sharing the stage with such notable actors as John Inman and Barbara Windsor.

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Soon after, Adele joined the Sylvia Young Theatre School, where she further honed her skills. In 1989, she made her television debut in the cult science-fiction series Doctor Who. The episode she was in was called “Survival” and she got to act alongside the show’s stars, Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred. She did so by appearing in a number of magazines and newspapers including Maxim, Front, Daily Star Sunday, StarMag, and FHM. The truth was that her body had matured, making her incredibly attractive to men everywhere. A near death experience left Adele somewhat rattled though. A carjacking ended badly when she chose to defend her Peugeot 205 convertible. The carjacker overpowered her and dragged her from the car, leaving her embarrassed and injured. Adele remains a top icon in modern entertainment and she is currently moving between several outstanding projects. She still lives with her parents in their Croydon home.



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I’ve come across all different types of art work in my travels, and I love putting the more interesting ones up.  But when I saw a collection of works made by slow motion cameras and water drops, the results just kinda wow-ed me.  So click the pic to check them out.

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Every true Hip Hop head knows about the lyrical tenacity, crippling metaphors, and ahead-of-the-curve punchlines of Canibus.  But what they may not know is that on Wednesday, May 12th, Sellasse and ‘We All We Got’ will be hosting the rap titan for a show on the Melatonin Magik tour.  Click the pic to get pre-sale tickets.  Its going to be one to remember.


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When it comes to cult-classics, a reinvention, a re-imagining, or a remaking can never come close to the soul the original posses.  Growing up, ‘Species’ was one of my favorite movies.  The new film ‘Splice’ isn’t a reboot, or a sequel to ‘Species’, but seems to have to same feel.  A feel that got my attention.  Two young scientists (Brody and Polley) achieve fame by splicing human DNA with the DNA of different animals to create a new creature. In the process they ignore their society’s ethical and legal boundaries. The scientist’s name their creature “Dren,” which is initially a deformed infant. However, it rapidly develops into a deadly, winged human-chimera.  Click the pic to check the trailer.

The Tripple Dub

I know that many Americans want to lose weight, and here’s a novel new workout craze to help you do just that. Combining racial stereotypes with exercise techniques, exercise guru Ty Bowman has created Southern Cali’s latest workout craze…The White Women’s Workout.  As a New Jersey native, I think this will work well in certain neighborhoods in Plainfield, Newark, Hillside, Trenton, and Camden.

Money To Blow… On Designer Drugs.

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Its always great as a musician when your inspired by your peers, especially if they aren’t in the same field of work as you are.  Not too long ago I was at Stanford University, when a friend of mine, (Rodney Gateau) turned me on to a song named ‘Drop Down’ by the electro group Designer Drugs.  After procuring the song for myself, I began to come up with a mix in head, put it on the tables and fleshed it out.  If you manuvered your way to this blog from, then you have already heard some of the mix, if not all.  But here for your listening pleasure, is a remix of ‘Money To Blow’ by Baby, ft. Drake & Lil Wayne, with the beat of ‘Drop Down’ by Designer Drugs.

Whats in store for Thor.

From the looks of the first exclusive picture, the costume Thor will be using in the film is based more upon Marvel’s mainstream “Thor” series rather than the “Ultimate” version of Thor. This is especially interesting, given that many of the other Marvel movie characters have used the publisher’s “Ultimate” universe as source material.  While we don’t get to see Thor’s magical hammer, Mjolnir, in the picture.  I would suggest, anyone going to see ‘Ironman 2’ this weekend, should stay after the credits if they want a look.  I can’t give away too many details, but trust me.  Its going to be epic.