The History of Entertainment Buzz

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If you want to stay informed about the latest happenings in the world of entertainment, you may have heard of the show called Urban Entertainment Buzz. The magazine replaced Showbiz Lingo and featured a segment called On the Come Up. The show was hosted by Rene Lapus. In addition to news, entertainment buzz covers events in urban communities across the country. Here are some of the highlights from its first season. We hope you enjoy this show as much as we did.

Urban Entertainment Buzz was a weekly magazine for entertainment news

In addition to its monthly magazine, Urban Entertainment Buzz has produced several television shows. The show, which aired nationally, focused on bringing entertainment to the urban communities nationwide. The show’s style was highly creative and its host, Ren, was well-known in the entertainment industry. The show’s other features included the music of Christina Sanchez, who recently released a remake of Denise Williams’ “Free.”

It replaced Showbiz Lingo

In May 1997, S2 started airing a show called Showbiz Lingo Plus, a sequel to Showbiz Lingo. Starring Pilar Mateo and Aster Amoyo, the show was also anchored by Dolly Anne Carvajal, daughter of legendary showbiz reporter Inday Badaday. As the show’s name suggests, it is a talk show focusing on showbiz lingo.

It featured a segment called On the Come Up

The segment was first aired in 1999. The segment was a tribute to hip-hop and a celebration of the freedom of speech for young black people. It features many ironic and humorous images. As its title suggests, the segment pays homage to some of hip-hop’s most influential figures, including Biggie and Notorious B.I.G. It also pays tribute to the “SNACK” commandments, which were used to punish black men for using violence.

It was produced by MadBrad

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Janu Abbasi is writer, editor, and devoted bookworm based in Abbottabad, Pakistan. While he currently is the Senior Editor for content marketing agency Rehan Networks, he’s been slinging copy in various forms for more than a decade.

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