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Ed Lover Drops “C’mon Son” 2012 Year-End Review
Ed Lover made a name for himself playing host on Yo! MTV Raps and radio stations like Hot 97 and Power 105. The funny man…
Peep This: Ed Lover’s ‘C’mon Son 28′
Ed Lover is back! In the latest episode of the hilarious C'mon Son web series, the radio personality goes in on some…
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Ed Lover Goes In On BET Hip-Hop Awards, Ray J and Diddy – ‘C’mon Son’ 27
(via HipHopWired) Ed Lover is back with a new edition of "C'mon Son." In "C'mon Son" 27, the former Power 105 radio personality puts Diddy,…
Ed Lover’s ‘C’Mon Son’ Favorite Moments Of 2010 [VIDEO]
Its the last day of the year and Ed Lover has got 2010 wrapped up in the latest edition of 'C'mon Son'. In Ed's new…
A Long Convo With…Ed Lover
Ed Lover has been making a living off of his wit and sarcasm for over 20 years. He went from hosting 1989’s Yo! MTV Raps…
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During his first visit to an American mosque, Barack Obama thanked a group of Muslim-Americans for their continous community efforts.
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