Keeping the lyrics on the small screen, Cee-Lo lets go of his new tune, which will be one of the three songs off the upcoming The Lady Killer re-release.
After the show, it’s the after party? Nope, it’s overtime. The Throne had 10 minutes to spare before the Madison Square kicked in their overage fee last night, so Jay and Kanye performed some of their fan favorites like “Blow The Whistle”, “Lucifer”, “Get Em High”, and a 16 second speed through of “Dead Presidents” . Classic shit, ya feel me?!
[vodpod id=Video.15664550&w=540&h=350&fv=] Continuing his chat with business partner Steve Stoute, Hov reflects on his 2008 Glastonbury performance and working with Pharrell on “Change Clothes”. Yea ma, ya dude is back. hhnm
Pushaton performed alongside a band last night at Complex‘s first media conference at NYC’s Rivington Hotel. Fear Of God: Let Us Pray available here. info
Heavy D’s first cousin, Pete Rock, called Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg this morning on Hot 97 to talk about his relative’s passing. He said they were recently in the studio working on new music. Condolences to the Myers family.
mastered: engine room audio After dropping countless music and videos, Aftermath’s Slim The Mobster finally releases his mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. Proceed after the jump and let his music begin.
“Everyone cell phones n the sky one time…Heavy D, Heavy D” The Throne held their second concert last night at Madison Square Garden. During the tail end of their performance of “Made In America”, Hov gave two rest in peace shout-outs to Heavy D. (Sorry, we only caught the second). We still got nuttin’ but love for ya. Sidebar: Jay-Z Shows Off Emmy Award UPDATE: Better sound quality. Fastfoward to 2:38 mark.
During the launch of Donatella Versace’s new line for H&M last night, Nicki brought Roman back while performing “Roman’s Revenge”. Prince also performed during the festivities as well.
I’ma rap to you real quick. With Miguel in tow this time around, Wale returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night for a performance of their duet, “Lotus Flower Bomb“. Do remember, Ambition in stores now.
Back in 2009, Wale’s debut album, Attention Deficit only moved 28k its first week. Fast forward two years later, and his sophomore set Ambition moved 164,062 units landing him the number two spot on Billboard. DMV we outchea!