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Best Of Voodoo 2009 Airing On Fuse On Friday, November 6th

November 4, 2009

Fuse was in NOLA this past weekend covering all the Voodoo Experience action and performances, and the Best of Voodoo 2009 is set to air on Fuse this Friday, November 6th at 10pm ET.

Even better, Fuse just announced that Eminem and Lenny Kravitz performances have been added to the schedule for Friday’s Special TV Concert event! To hold you over until then, Fuse has posted tons of pictures, videos, and interviews from this year’s Voodoo Experience festival. Check out Eminem, The Flaming Lips, Lenny Kravitz, Kiss, and loads more at
Additional Fuse Voodoo 2009 Assets:

Twt-a-Voo: Your one-stop Voodoo Twitter spot! Find, filter, and interact with thousands of tweets from the musical acts that played this year’s fest! Twitter and Facebook connect enabled:
Exclusive Countdown to Voodoo Widget (add it to your page or site):

Fuse Fest: Voodoo 2009 Promo Spot:

Hip-Hop Week On Fuse TV

September 14, 2009

Written By: Victoria H. (Urban Editor)

This week is Hip-Hop week on Fuse TV as the channel airs movies, interviews and documentaries about some of the most popular and influential rappers of all time. Check your local listing to confirm the dates and start times.

50 Cent: Refuse 2 Die– Filmmaker Mike Corbera interviews friends and colleagues of the successful rapper.

The 50 Cent Chronicles– Music videos show the artist’s rise to stardom from humble beginnings.

Tupac Shakur: Before I Wake– Hip-hop pioneer Tupac Shakur during the final year of his life.

Juice– Four Harlem buddies hold up a store, and one of them (Tupac Shakur) gets hooked on the thrill of the gun.

The Jay-Z Chronicles– The history of Jay-Z.

Jay-Z: Conversations In Hip-Hop– Jay-Z discusses several topics including his album “The Blueprint 3.”

Jay-Z Live From Madison Square Garden: Answer the Call– The rapper performs a charity event.

Beef: The MC Battle– High profile disputes among artists; featuring 50 Cent, Jay-Z, Nas, DMX, Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Dr. Dre and Ice Cube.