[vodpod id=Video.5641424&w=540&h=350&fv=] Rozay has already got the wheels in motion for his fifth LP, God Forgives, I Don’t. And for the first installment of his new vlog series, he hits Zenith Studios with DJ Toomp.
[vodpod id=Video.5640884&w=540&h=350&fv=] Down in the studio, DJ Khaled and Ace Hood are listening to what could possibly be Ace’s follow-up to his hit record. If all goes well, we could be looking at the next big street anthem real soon. Sidebar: DJ Khaled & Friends NBA All-Star Takeover
photo: female rappers Still waiting by the mailbox for that Lil’ Kim Black Friday mixtape? Well Foxy Brown’s here to turn that frown upside down. The Ill Na Na tells Billboard that she’s still working on her fifth solo project, Black Roses and that it’ll be a double CD. Oh, joy. And you’re prepping new music yourself, right? The new album! “Black Roses.” I’m in the studio every night, slaving. It’s going to be the first double CD from any […]
As Young Chris prepares for the release of his forthcoming album, Alive, he pairs up with his Division 1 head Rico. Ladies, feel free to shake what your mama gave ya.
It was only a matter of time until those flashing lights caught up with Kanye West. According to Contact music, Epilepsy Action has requested the removal of “All Of The Lights” from YouTube. The organization claims the bursts of lights can trigger epileptic seizures. So far, no reports of this image causing any brain damage. hhnm UPDATE: That was fast. The video is back online with the warning message below.
[vodpod id=Video.5640537&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] All good things must come to an end and this Friday, Feb. 25 will be super-producer Just Blaze’s final night rockin’ at NYC’s Santos. No worries though, he’s goin’ out in style. Besides the in-house heavyweights: DJ Soul, Max Glazer, DJ Gravy and Micro Don, special guest spinners will include, A-Trak, Clark Kent, DJ Premier, Evil Dee, Stretch Armstrong, and Tony Touch. Geesh! That’s a whole lot of cuttin’ and scratchin’. Expect a lot of classics comin’ out […]
Steve Stoute brought his soapbox to The Gayle King Show a few days ago. As expected, he spoke on his Grammy Advertorial in the New York Times and the voting process of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Previously: Arcade Fire Responds To Steve Stoute