Guided by the green screen, Azealia Banks brings her voyage to Atlantis to the tube in support of her Fantasea mixtape. Too bad this wasn’t left out in sea.
Fresh out the studio, Spitta and Young Roddy release a new recording in light of their Saints handing the Falcons their first loss of the season. Good thing this didn’t slip away.
R&B singer Major Harris passed away Friday at his home in Richmond, VA from congestive heart and lung failure. He was 65. As a solo artist, Major Harris is well known for his hit “Love Won’t Let Me Wait”. The Delfonics have been frequently sampled in Hip-Hop by many artists, most famously by, Ghostface Killah and The Fugees. His last performance was in 2011 when he reunited with the group. R.I.P. Major. billboard Previously: Breaks Tribute
While Nas takes Radio City, Coldplay announced that they will be playing alongside Jay-Z at the Barclays Center on December 31st and the night before. Tickets go on sale November 17 on Live Nation. This marks the second time the tandem performed on New Year’s Eve. In 2010, they headlined the grand opening of The Cosmopolitan in Vegas with guests Kanye, Beyoncè and John Mayer.
Luda and company clears the runway and takes off with their motivational visual. The dance tune is the latest single off Ludacris’ eighth LP, Ludaversal, scheduled to land early next year.
Before today’s kick-off, Dwayne interviewed 49ers receiver Randy Moss on ESPN’s NFL Countdown. They discussed trash talking, coming out of retirement and advice from former player, Cris Carter.
More plaques on plaques for Jay and Ye. Last month, their single “Otis” from their platinum album, Watch The Throne, was certified 1 million units in sales. Otis scream to that. mr.carter.org