Fabolous and Trey Songz recently had some studio fun with Rihanna’s “Sex With Me” track. The sultry record was featured as a bonus song on RihRih’s most recent album, ANTI. On the new remix, Loso and Trigga brag about their bedroom abilities over the slightly tweaked instrumental.
Usher’s Hard II Love LP is only three weeks away, hitting retailers on Sept. 16 via RCA Records. The entertainer is slowly rolling out records from the upcoming album, like last week’s offering “Missing U.” The Atlanta veteran liberates another new track off Hard II Love, premiering the Future-assisted “Rivals” on TIDAL.
The video for “Rivals” follows Ursher from sunrise to sun dawn, as the singer connects with the community of Atlanta. From the barber shop to the studio, a day party and finally a strip club, watch as Usher and Future enjoy the more simple entertaining day-to-day things life has to offer.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get weirder than Lil Yachty, Nardwuar releases this new interview with the walking whirlwind of wackiness known as Eric Andre. In what might be his toughest interview yet, The Human Serviette tries to hold his guest’s attention with GG Allin gifts and Archie Shepp records. But even those aren’t enough to stop Eric from wrestling control of the conversation and turning the questions back on Nardwuar — specifically regarding his trademark tam o’ shanter and “magical box.” “I’m taking a vow of silence and a vow of celibacy until you answer me,” he says.
Ty Dolla $ign will be releasing the retail mixtape Campaign next month on September 23. After unveiling the 16-song track list, the L.A. singer/songwriter drops an official video for the track “Zaddy.” Directed by Jay Ahn, Ty $ enjoys the sights, sounds, and one particular beautiful girl while overseas in Tokyo.
Campaign includes guest appearances by Future and Big TC, watch “Zaddy” below.
The DMV has been a music hot bed for the last couple years, boasting acts like Chaz French, GoldLink, Shy Glizzy and now Innanet James. Introduced to the world roughly a year ago (via “Black”), the Maryland native closes out the summer with his debut project entitled Quebec Place.
Rick Ross celebrated the 10th anniversary of his recently certified platinum debut album, Port of Miami, with a special concert at the actual Port of Miami in Florida’s Biscayne Bay last night. The MMG bawse toasted to 10 years in the game by performing his 2006 LP in its entirety, in addition to more recent hits from his catalog.
Rozay also delivered on his promise of special guests by bringing out Meek Mill, Wale, Ace Hood, Tory Lanez, Rich Homie Quan and Young Greatness, as well as his old foe Jeezy for the “Hustlin” remix. And it was only right that fellow Miami rap legends Trina and Trick Daddy made an appearance as they took it back to the ’90s with “Nann N*gga” and “Da Baddest B*tch.”
Watch highlights of the concert below, or stream the full thing on TIDAL.
Kembe X revisits his well received debut Talk Back and delivers the animated visual for “Oxygen.” Directed by Christopher Han and Yellow Nguyen, the clip compliments the Bentley Hazelwood-produced standout from the Chicago native flawlessly.
Be sure to catch the TDE affiliate on the road with Alex Wiley and Supa Bwe this fall.
TMZ reports that a woman called 911 to claim that Chris Brown threatened her with a gun. Breezy was reportedly hanging out at a California house with several people — including singer Ray J — then several reportedly uninvited guests entered the residence.
Bronx born, Virginia based rapper Levi Carter follows up his first quarter effort ANTISOCIAL with Presence of A Lord. Comprised of fact based rhymes and hard hitting production, the 10-track mixtape lives up to the hype surrounding the newly signed Roc Nation asset.