The Talk: LL Cool J
From the hit series NCIS: Los Angeles, star LL Cool J returned to The Talk, this time in New York City. The co-hosts agreed that they love his scent; why didn’t they ask him what it was? He also promoted his new album, Authentic.
The Talk: NCIS: Los Angeles Season 5
What will happen to LL Cool J’s TV character, Sam, on the next season of NCIS: Los Angeles? Sheryl Underwood said she can’t wait to see what’s coming next.
“Next year, a lot of people are going to be really shocked by what happens with the characters,” he said of his drama series. Whether you think the changes are good or bad is up to you.
He said it’s nice that actors get attention for playing heroes, but he likes to keep in mind the real heroes out in the world who are protecting and serving.
The Talk: LL Cool J New York Vs Los Angeles
LL Cool J moved to the West Coast a few years ago to film the TV show, but he is a born and bred New Yorker. He doesn’t mind living in LA, but New York will always be his home, he said.
He and his wife have four kids, who are obviously growing up differently than he did. Times have changed over the past few generations. He said he is grateful to be able to provide for them, but hopes they can keep things in perspective, without becoming entitled.
The Talk: Kriss Review – Queens Jamaican Restaurant
LL Cool J said he owns his grandmother’s house in Queens, where he was raised, and his kids have gotten to see where he grew up. He also recommended the jerk chicken at a Jamaican restaurant on Farmers Boulevard, called Kriss.
The Talk: LL Cool J Authentic Review
You can also check out some new music from LL Cool J on his new album, Authentic. Charlie Wilson is featured on two tracks from the release, including “Something About You” and “New Love.”
The album also includes appearances by Van Halen, Seal, and even Earth Wind and Fire. It sounds like there is something for everyone on this new record. It is his first project since 2008, and he has kept busy with the TV show for the past few years.
But something inside him drew him back to music, and he made this new album independently, for the love of the work. “I know people will enjoy it once they hear it,” he said.