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Actress, creative director, entrepreneur, writer, producer and now parent trap artist Nicole Richie, aka 'Nikki Fre$h,' releases her debut album, Unearthed, today. Listen below!The album consists of six "voicemail skits" and seven tracks that Richie cowrote along with celebrated songwriters Sarah Hudson (Dua Lipa, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber) and her husband Joel Madden (Good Charlotte).Richie is an executive producer and star in Quibi's "Nikki Fre$h." The series was released on the brand-new mobile streaming platform this past April and was just recently renewed for a second season. 'Nikki Fre$h,' unites her passions for Mother Earth and hip hop into her eponymous alter ego, Nikki Fre$h. Nikki brings a new voice to wellness with a totally fresh style of music - dropping socially conscious and educational rhymes on the world. Nikki Fre$h interacts with real life seekers and consciousness experts to learn ways to better serve our bodies and our planet -- while comedically exaggerating those solutions to the edge of sanity.


Imaginative second grader Eugene McGillicudy protects the town of Sunnyview as his alter ego named Captain Awesome with his best friend Charlie Thomas Jones (a.k.a. Nacho Cheese Man) and sidekick Turbo the hamster in this entertaining chapter book series.


Every NBA fan knows Allen Iverson for his insane handles and elite scoring ability, but they probably don\u2019t know about his alter-ego as a rapper. That\u2019s right, in 2000 Iverson made a full rap album under the pseudonym \u201cJewelz.\u201d He planned on releasing the album in 2001, but NBA commissioner David Stern shut the idea down after listening to the lyrics. Iverson was always one to speak his mind no matter how controversial, but his rap lyrics were so offensive Stern never let the album see the light of day.\n\n\n\nAllen Iverson aka \u201cJewelz\u201d made a rap album in 2000\n\n\n\n\nIn 2000 Allen \"Jewelz\" Iverson released a rap single called 40 Bars before his album \"Non Fiction\". But due to the songs content NBA commissioner David Stern flexed his power on AI & threatened to \"disqualify players who engage in offensive conduct including inappropriate speech\" pic.twitter.com\/g9PGnUQc4Q\u2014 ALL-MET ELITE (@all_metelite) April 24, 2019\n\n\n\n\n\n\nIn 2000, Allen Iverson was in the prime of his NBA career. He averaged 28.4 points and 4.7 assists per game during the 1999-00 season. Iverson apparently wasn\u2019t satisfied with just one career, though, so he branched out into the music industry that summer.\n\n\n\nIverson released a single titled \u201c40 Bars\u201d under his rap name \u201cJewelz\u201d in 2000. It was meant to be a lead-in to his debut album, \u201cNon Fiction,\u201d but the violent and misogynistic lyrics in the single forced the NBA to step in.\n\n\n\nThe rest of the album was apparently just as offensive. NBA commissioner David Stern had no choice but to deny its release.\n\n\n\nDavid Stern stopped Iverson\u2019s album from being released in 2001\n\n\n\n\nWe talkin about practicing social distancing!!! #StayHome #StaySafe pic.twitter.com\/wJZjQU5I7V\u2014 Allen Iverson (@alleniverson) May 8, 2020\n\n\n\n\nBefore Iverson was able to drop his debut album, David Stern caught wind of the project and gave it a listen. Suffice it to say he was not thrilled with the lyrics.\n\n\n\n\u201cThe lyrics that have been attributed to Allen Iverson\u2019s soon-to-be-released rap CD are coarse, offensive, and anti-social,\u201d Stern\u00a0said in 2000. \u201cWhatever constitutional rights of free speech an individual may have, there is no constitutional right to participate in the NBA and I have the power\u2026 to disqualify players who engage in offensive conduct \u2014 including inappropriate speech. Allen Iverson has done a disservice to himself, the Philadelphia 76ers, his teammates, and perhaps all of the NBA.\u201d\n\n\n\nIn October of 2000, Stern and Iverson met with civil rights leaders to discuss the album. Iverson agreed to change the offensive lyrics ahead of the planned 2001 release. He also changed the album title to \u201cMisunderstood,\u201d but it never reached the public.\n\n\n\nIverson\u2019s rap album never saw the light of day\n\n\n\n\n\u201cYou went platinum with a ghostwriter, so the game you won, you cheated\" -Allen Iverson #Jewelz pic.twitter.com\/K4vSaPI9JN\u2014 Double L must Rock The Bells (@LoveThePuck) June 21, 2019\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\tRelated\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tAllen Iverson Wasn\u2019t Always Financially Responsible, But He Never Actually Went Broke\t\t\n\t\n\nIverson still planned on releasing his rap album in 2001 after being told to lighten up the lyrics. He even issued a pre-apology warning listeners of the offensive content.\n\n\n\n\u201cIf individuals of the gay community and women of the world are offended by any of the material in my upcoming album, let the record show that I wish to extend a profound apology,\u201d\u00a0Iverson said.\u00a0\u201cIf a kid thinks that I promote violence by the lyrics of my songs, I beg them not to buy it or listen to it. I want kids to dream and to develop new dreams.\u201d\n\n\n\nIt was clear Iverson didn\u2019t really care who got offended by his lyrics. He just wanted to share his message. Eventually, though, Iverson quit on the album. He said he was tired of the controversy it had caused.\n\n\n\nSome tracks on Iverson\u2019s album have leaked online throughout the years. \u201c40 Bars\u201d is also still available on YouTube, but the lyrics are just as bad as Stern said. Listen at your own risk. \n","ptime":"2020-06-09T11:10:45","custom_date":"","custom_datedesc":"","author":"name":"Jack Dougherty","slug":"jack-dougherty","url":"https:\/\/www.sportscasting.com\/author\/jack-dougherty\/","twitter_link":"https:\/\/twitter.com\/jackdoc13","facebook_link":null,"linkedin_link":null,"instagram_link":null,"comment_count":0,"review_schema":"\"@context\":\"https:\\\/\\\/schema.org\",\"@type\":[\"NewsArticle\"],\"mainEntityOfPage\":\"@type\":\"WebPage\",\"@id\":\"https:\\\/\\\/www.sportscasting.com\\\/allen-iverson-made-a-rap-album-in-2000-but-we-never-got-to-hear-it\\\/\",\"headline\":\"Allen Iverson Made a Rap Album in 2000 but We Never Got to Hear It\",\"description\":\"Every basketball fan knows who Allen Iverson was on the basketball court, but they probably don't know about his short-lived rap career.\",\"articleBody\":\"Every NBA fan knows Allen Iverson for his insane handles and elite scoring ability, but they probably don\\u2019t know about his alter-ego as a rapper. That\\u2019s right, in 2000 Iverson made a full rap album under the pseudonym \\u201cJewelz.\\u201d He planned on releasing the album in 2001, but NBA commissioner David Stern shut the idea down after listening to the lyrics. Iverson was always one to speak his mind no matter how controversial, but his rap lyrics were so offensive Stern never let the album see the light of day. Allen Iverson aka \\u201cJewelz\\u201d made a rap album in 2000 In 2000 Allen \\\"Jewelz\\\" Iverson released a rap single called 40 Bars before his album \\\"Non Fiction\\\". But due to the songs content NBA commissioner David Stern flexed his power on AI & threatened to \\\"disqualify players who engage in offensive conduct including inappropriate speech\\\" pic.twitter.com\\\/g9PGnUQc4Q\\u2014 ALL-MET ELITE (@all_metelite) April 24, 2019 In 2000, Allen Iverson was in the prime of his NBA career. He averaged 28.4 points and 4.7 assists per game during the 1999-00 season. 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