Remixes for Kelly Rowland’s hit have been coming in from all angles. And next up is Kid Sister’s rendition.
No Jay, but anyway. Ms. Adu continued her Soldier Of Love Tour last night at the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island. For those who missed out, you’re now Live From The Front Row. Now go pick up Soldier Of Love now.
After the original it’s probably this. Pill enlists a few more additions to track four of MMG’s compilation LP. Self Made in stores now. Bonus: Tity Boi “Tupac Back (G-Mix)”
When it was announced that Shawty Lo signed to G-Unit Records two weeks ago, it left many scratching their heads. This morning, Fif turned to his Twitter account to provide clarity regarding the signing. Announcement: I have a vision for the music business I worked on this idea for some time now its called 50’s new 50/50. @thatsshawtylo Is the first to sign the deal. He is the head of his own label D4L records and is now being powered […]
This is just great. During a lacrosse game at Boys’ Latin School Of Maryland, the color commentator quotes B.I.G.’s “Big Poppa” following a goal. True fuckin’ players, indeed.
Yo Gotti spoils video vixen Keyshia Dior with his riches in this new video. It ain’t trickin’ if ya got it, right? Cocaine Muzik 6 and Live From The Kitchen coming soon.
Andrew states that Cocaine 80s is a collective consisting of No I.D., Common and many others. With no heads up, they have just released their The Pursuit EP. One of the songs is a new Common track with No I.D. on the production.
Enrique takes it to the champagne room for his new video featuring Usher and Lil Wayne. Looks like Mr. Iglesias had the time of his life.
Gee Roberson (pictured right) has been named the Chairman of Geffen Records. He and partner Kyambo “Hip Hop” Joshua (left) are co-founders of the Hip-Hop Since 1978 management firm. Clients consist of Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Drake and Lil Wayne. In a statement, Interscope chief Jimmy Iovine said the following: “Gee has a unique combination of talents that the music industry really needs running a record company today.” billboard
Billboard will have a new number one tomorrow with Bad Meets Evil’s Hell: The Sequel claiming the top spot. According to Hits Daily Double, the EP sold approximately 166,992 copies. This will be Eminem’s eighth number one and Royce’s first. Congrats guys. UPDATE: Final numbers in 171,135.