Using Chris Brown’s now famous drop, N.O.R.E. gives Funkmaster Flex the green light to premiere this posse cut with Busta Rhymes, Game and Waka Flocka. Expect this cut to appear on N.O.’s upcoming Crack On Steroids mixtape.
New Music: N.O.R.E. Feat. Busta Rhymes, Game & Waka Flocka – “Lehhhgooo” (No Tags)
Shad Moss goes the futuristic route in the Lil’ Wayne-assisted video for “Sweat.” Bow Wow’s new album, Underrated, is now set for a spring 2012 release and will feature Busta Rhymes, Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Talib Kweli, Chris Brown, and Musiq Soulchild.
Watch Bow Wow’s recent appearance on 106 & Park with guests JD, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg and more, after the jump….
By now you know Wale loves to add sports references into his lyrics and song titles. For this leftover cut that didn’t make Ambition, the DMV representer gets help from Rick Ross and Fabolous for this collab named after the new $254-million dollar man.
New Music: Wale Feat. Rick Ross & Fabolous – “Albert Pujols” (prod. by Southside) (Tags)
If you’ve been looking to widen your usual playlist options, and liked the musicality of that recent Yuna post….check out another new artist with Pharrell Williams’ stamp of approval; Miami-based singer/instrumentalist Cris Cab! Not only is he Pharrell’s protégé but Cris is also down our homie Stadium Dan‘s management company. His new mixtape Echo Boom, presented by Billionaire Boys Club, features high-wattage help from Skateboard P, Shaggy, Melanie Fiona, Daytona, Mavado, and Wyclef.
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“Your base tan’s lookin’ nice. I’m hoping to get there myself this season.”
I’ve been trying to escape something horrible awful hurl-inducing that infected my eyes the other day….but to no avail. I’m talking about those photos of Christina Aguilera singing at Etta James’ memorial service. It wasn’t her weird bank teller skirt suit, or her inappropriate Frederick’s of Hollywood bustier. Or her aggressive thighnees. And I fully admit that she rocked her rendition of Etta’s “At Last.” But as much as we all keep telling ourselves that Xtina had an unfortunate “spraytan” malfunction…my twisted brain just keeps poking holes in that explanation for what my eyes can’t un-see.
Two Queens, NY natives come together to promote the biggest night in music, the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. Nicki Minaj and LL Cool J show appreciation to one another in the first viral ad for the upcoming awards show. While LL will be hosting this year’s event, the first last of Young Money is set to perform during the show and is also nominated for four awards.
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards arrive February 12th from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Broadcasted on CBS at 8 p.m. EST.
Lil’ Wayne gets chest-naked and plays in paint for the official video of his current single, “Mirrors.” Bruno Mars avoids splatter. Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) directs. (Wonder what’s up with Fuqua’s Suge Knight and Pablo Escobar film projects)
The duo of David Guetta and Nicki Minaj bring us their medieval-themed video for the pop anthem, “Turn Me On.” Don’t expect the usual bright, colorful video we’ve become accustomed to in popular music, as the pair gives us a high-energetic and gloomy visual in support of Guetta’s Nothing But The Beat LP. Catch some suspense in the mini-movie from the #4 record in the country (#1 digitally) above.
The Kang meets the new school, as Future and T.I. drop the video for their remix cut of “Magic.” Welcome to Atlanta’s famous gentlemen’s club, Magic City captured by director Decatur Dan. Future’s debut album, Pluto, set to drop this spring via Epic Records.