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2001 Playlist
  1. Ja Rule/Ashanti - Always On Time
  2. Destiny’s Child - Bootylicious
  3. Destiny’s Child - Bootylicious Remix
  4. City High - Caramel
  5. P.Diddy - Diddy
  6. Missy Elliott - Get Ur Freak On
  7. Britney Spears - Ima Slave 4 U
  8. Jennifer Lopez - I’m Real
  9. Jennifer Lopez/Ja Rule - I’m Real [Murder Inc. Remix]
  10. Eve/Gwen Stefani - Let Me Blow Ya Mind
  11. 3LW - No More
  12. 3LW - Playas Gon Play
  13. Lil Bow Wow - Puppy Love
  14. Nelly - Ride Wit Me
  15. Trick Daddy/Slip N Slide - Take It To The House
  16. Dream - This Is Me (Bad Boy Remix)
  17. Usher - U Got It Bad
  18. Usher - U Remind Me
  19. Ray J/Lil Kim - Wait A Minute
  20. Jagged Edge - Where The Party At

My top songs from 2001. Feel free to reblog and add your fave songs from this year. 

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OUR TOP TEN FRESHEST MULLETS OF ALL TIME

Because a definitive mullet ranking was something the world needed, obviously.

(created in collaboration with @supremepsychogoddess )

1. Billy Ray Cyrus

The curator of the mullet. There will never be another. This mullet is first in our achy breaky hearts.

2. Alexander Hamilton

Founding mullet father Alexander Hamilton knew the meaning of “business in the front, party in the back” long before its time.

3. Blake Shelton

Before he was crooning country ballads and judging up-and-coming singers on the Voice, he was up-and-coming in the mullet world.

4. Keith Kogane (Voltron: Defender of the Universe)

We know Legendary Defender Keith has a mullet of his own (as Lance reminds us nearly every episode), but the true mullet icon was his 80s predecessor.

5. The White Guy in Your English Comp Class

We don’t know him. But we can guarantee that mullet is solid. Even if there’s a MAGA hat on top of it.

6. Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris once encountered a wild mullet, and he scared it into sticking to his head. Or something like that. We’ve heard a couple stories going around.

7. David Bowie

We weren’t so sure about putting Bowie on this list, because he’s a celestial being that transcends space and time, but we’ve gotta admit if anyone could make a mullet look classy, it was Bowie.

8. Ben Franklin

Another iconic mullet in history, but not quite up to A-Ham’s level. Regardless, it’s a valiant effort.

9. Ellen DeGeneres

A female mullet pioneer. We salute you, Ellen, for your time of bravery.

10. Mario Lopez

Mario Lopez was his cutest in his mullet era. Don’t try to argue.

Kirk Acevedo Cast As Ricardo Diaz (Richard Dragon) In Season 6

Kirk Acevedo has been tapped for a season-long recurring arc as Ricardo Diaz, based on the Richard Dragon character. In the comics, Ricardo is one of the identities Richard Dragon takes on.

A hardened ex-con recently released from prison for crimes he didn’t commit, Ricardo Diaz (Acevedo) is bent on taking over Star City’s criminal underworld. A master in hand to hand combat, honed by years of life on the street, Diaz has yet to meet a foe he can’t take down.

Acevedo is one of three new Arrow cast additions playing big villains for next season, along with Michael Emerson (N/A) and David Nykl (Anatoli Knyazev).

Acevedo most recently recurred as Dominick Ramos on Kingdom and as Det. Ray Lopez on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

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‘Arrow’: Kirk Acevedo Cast As Ricardo Diaz (Richard Dragon) In Season 6
During the Arrow Comic-Con panel, executive producer Marc Guggenheim teased the introduction of Richard Dragon, a Green Arrow villain from the comic, for the CW’s series’ upcoming sixth…
By Nellie Andreeva, Denise Petski

During the Arrow Comic-Con panel, executive producer Marc Guggenheim teased the introduction of Richard Dragon, a Green Arrow villain from the comic, for the CW’s series’ upcoming sixth season. The key part has now been cast. Kirk Acevedo has been tapped for a season-long recurring arc as Ricardo Diaz, based on the Richard Dragon character. In the comics, Ricardo is one of the identities Richard Dragon takes on.

A hardened ex-con recently released from prison for crimes he didn’t commit, Ricardo Diaz (Acevedo) is bent on taking over Star City’s criminal underworld. A master in hand to hand combat, honed by years of life on the street, Diaz has yet to meet a foe he can’t take down.

Acevedo is one of three new Arrow cast additions playing big villains for next season, along with Michael Emerson and David Nykl.

The new season debuts on a new night, Thursday, October 12 on the CW. Arrow is produced by Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television. Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim, Greg Berlanti, Wendy Mericle and Sarah Schechter exec produce.

Acevedo most recently recurred as Dominick Ramos on Kingdom and as Det. Ray Lopez on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He’ll next be seen on the big screen in Insidious: Chapter 4.