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Porn Star B Pumper Talks Advice From 50, Beyoncé's Freaky Side & Grading Montana's 'Skills'

The man that goes by B Pumper is no Rick Ross. In certain sticky circles the 29-year-old Long Island native is very much a star. Known mainly for his 10-year career as a porno actor, director and producer, Pumper has earned an increased hip-hop profile over the last five years by prefacing his films with his own rap videos. This summer his celebrity reached new heights after he was solicited (successfully) by Laurence Fishburne’s daughter Montana for on-camera work. Knowing Pumper is as talkative as he is muscular VIBE phoned his cell for not exactly a Q&A––the adult actor doesn’t really need conventional queries to divulge about his mother being a crackhead, his bedroom grade for Larry Fishburne’s seed or his desire to “tutor” Beyonce—but an extremely interesting (X-rated) conversation nonetheless. Kiss the babies goodnight. —Bonsu Thompson

 


 

VIBE: Usually artists like Big Daddy Kane and Snoop Dogg start rhyming then transition into the pornographic world. How’d you get into porno first?
B Pumper: Around 19 I was always watching pornos, so I was a big time playboy mack. I was the only nigga that had a passion to please women. Because I asked questions, I became a real sex doctor. I wasn’t one of them that just wanted to get my jollies off. So naturally, I was gifted in the bedroom ‘cause bitches left and right was giving me feedback like 'Oh my God, that [sex] was crazy. Boy you off the chain! My man don’t even do it to me like that.' So all that’s getting to my head. I been watchin’ pornos since I was young... I just like challenges but this is before the music.

Ok so how did you start rapping?
I always listened to rap. I’m a fan of NY music 100 percent to the fullest. Busta Rhymes; back in the days, LL Cool J; anything that knocked. Traveling to the NY clubs, I was taking the train; me and my best friend running trains on bitches. My mouthpiece, swag, charisma and game was stupid. Fuckin' bitches in arcade bathrooms. So before the idea came about to start rapping, I was just a lil’ horny nigga.

So what's good with you rapping?
I’m really finessing this hip-hop porno shit because nasty songs have been current for years. Everybody, even gangsta rappers, gonna have a sex song on their album. I’m the sex song king. I got other topics––I wanna do a Grandma song ‘cause my grandma was there for me more than my mother. My mother was a crackhead, but I love her. So when I first started rappin I knew my niche was gonna be sex songs ‘cause you gotta keep it real about what you do and the fans will respect you. I was a little insecure of the idea ‘cause the feedback I got when I first started rappin was 'Yo Pump, you a porno star so #1, nobody gonna take you seriously and #2, you doing sex songs, they too explicit for the radio.' But then I heard other niggas like Ying Yang Twins and Plies coming out with sex songs. I’m like ‘Hold on, niggas is getting away with that right there?
Ok.

Do you rap just to add to your porno’s entertainment value or are you really serious with MC’n?
Yeah, I’m real serious with the music. It’s not a game.

Are there any notable rappers who are B Pumper fans?

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DAWN Relishes In Self-love On New Song "Sauce"

DAWN is back with a sexy single off her forthcoming project, New Breed. "Sauce" is a sonic ode to pleasing all her hedonistic sexual desires after a long work week. Lyrically, the song is filled with suggestive lines and clever double-entendres that are far from coy when describing what she wants in the sack.

Just as much as “Sauce” is about sex, it’s also about basking in self-pleasure that comes after genuine self-love. In a statement published by Stereogum, the former Danity Kane member described the message behind the song:

“‘Sauce" is about women taking pride in their prowess, and about being raised to celebrate my skin,” DAWN said. “I lost focus of that when so many men degraded and disrespected my brown skin. ‘Sauce’ is about being bathed in your own beauty, being sexy for you. The new breed of women are unapologetic about sex and the way they choosing to express themselves.”

DAWN recently joined Aubrey O’Day and Shannon Bex of Danity Kane for the DK3 reunion tour across the U.S. In an interview with Billboard, the Louisiana native revealed she wants to give fans more of her authentic self on New Breed.

“This album is my relationship with New Orleans, me as a woman, and how being from New Orleans has created a person in me that acts and sees things a certain way. "'Jealousy'" is a prime example of that,” she said. “I just want to give you the girl from the 9th Ward that you guys only met once on [MTV's] Making The Band.”

Listen to "Sauce" below. New Breed drops on Jan, 25.

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LaVar Ball Is Requesting $3,500 From Anyone Planning On Recording Son During Tournament

As we know, LaVar Ball goes above and beyond in terms of making sure his sons become the superstar basketball players he wants them to be. His youngest son LaMelo is currently playing for SPIRE Institute in Ohio, and they have an upcoming tournament taking place in Kentucky. Mr. Ball is reportedly asking outlets to pay $3,500 at the door to videotape his son playing.

"All games are free to film except for the Spire Institute games,” an email reportedly sent by LaVar read. “To film either of the 2 Spire Institute games, you will have to present $3,500 at the gate, as per rules of the Big Baller Brand media credential… If you accept these conditions, you may present this email at the gate as proof of our approval where you will be given a media pass.”

While a few Internet folks are scoffing at the idea of having to pay that sort of money, others are pointing out the fanbase of LaMelo, stating that there are outlets who certainly would (and have) paid the fee for the chance to record LaMelo and SPIRE moments from the game. According to Forbes, this is one of many revenue streams for the Ball family.

"The Ball Sports Group in November entered into a partnership with FloSports Inc. to live stream five SPIRE games featuring LaMelo, beginning with one on Tuesday (Jan. 14) at Brush High School in Ohio," the site reports. "FloSports Inc. agreed to pay $5,000 per game, according to the contract which was signed by Foster."

Here's the email telling video outlets they must pay $3,500 to film LaMelo and @SpireBasketball this weekend in Kentucky. pic.twitter.com/XoiiorNxVr

— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) January 17, 2019

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Big Boi Purchases Studio Where OutKast First Began Their Career

Big Boi is going back to his roots with the recent purchase of the Atlanta recording studio — legendarily dubbed The Dungeon — where he and Andre 3000 recorded their classic albums at the beginning of their OutKast career, WSB-TV reports.

The veteran rapper, born Antwan Patton, announced the news via Instagram. The studio is located in the Lakewood Heights neighborhood. The studio once served as the hub for production crew Organized Noize, creating the beats for some of OutKast’s biggest hits.

 

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New day new Lot ... Just copped the Dungeon #WeDF #playingRealLifeMonopoly #RealEstate

A post shared by Big Boi (@bigboi) on Jan 16, 2019 at 10:54am PST

The Dungeon also served as a beacon of creativity for the group. In addition to OutKast recording their 1994 debut album Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, they also recorded 1996’s ATLiens and 1998’s Aquemini at The Dungeon.

Deep in the Dungeon 👑 pic.twitter.com/IFLLONpSzp

— Big Boi (@BigBoi) January 16, 2019

In buying The Dungeon, Big Boi is securing an important piece of hip-hop history, especially considering how popular Atlanta has become in the entertainment industry. However, this wasn't always the case. In an interview with Rolling Stone, he admits that Atlanta wasn't always respected in creative circles like it is now.

“When we first started, it wasn’t cool to be from Atlanta,” he said. “Now Atlanta is the place to be with music, film, and television. To have people excited about the city and the culture and the lifestyle, I’m very proud of that. We’re the pioneers of it, and we’re still at the forefront of what’s happening. There’s plenty of people over the years, hundreds if not thousands like, ‘[1994 LP] Southernplayalistic … made me move to Atlanta.’ There’s no greater place in the world to be but A-Town.”

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