On the way back to Brooklyn, I stop by K-Town (32nd Street) and pick up a roll of Korean “kim-bap” from a tiny closet-size takeout spot called E-Mo (which translates into As soon as I get home, I jump in bed with full drag-queen hair and makeup intact and take a long nap. I switch to PG Tips tea instead of more coffee, smear my makeup back in place, and head back to the city.
I grab an early dinner with friends at Sant Ambroeus in Soho.
Over the past 20 years, it’s risen to be held as a genuine masterpiece of hip-hop.
But back in the era that it was released, there was one writer who helped push that belief into the minds of rap fans.
The ungodly wake-up time is because I’m headed to the WPIX 11 Morning News show to promote tonight’s .
If Wheaties is the breakfast of champions, then Cool Ranch Doritos are my brunch of shame.
I head over to my bi-monthly nail-art appointment, which is right across the street from both a Juice Press and a Birdbath Bakery.
To keep me from keeling over into Nick’s lap, our publicist Kelly Anderson gets me an açai-and-hemp granola bowl from Juice Generation … Works like a charm, because I am definitely buzzing as Nick serenades us with “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” That really happened.
By the time I’m done with press at noon, I’m delirious with fatigue and hunger.
And, forget the rumors, HOT97 is family for forever. Miss Info will be focusing on her website, Miss and a book on parenting.