This is it—literally: Disc one features the original album masters of some of Michael’s biggest hits such as “Billie Jean,” “Smooth Criminal,” “Human Nature,” and “Thriller” arranged in the same sequence as they appear in the film. The disc ends with two versions of “This Is It,” the original and an orchestral version. “This Is It” is featured in the film’s closing sequence and includes backing vocals by Michael’s brothers, the Jacksons. Props: X
Interscope’s boss hog, gives an endorsement to Mr. Young and HP’s collaborative effort: Beats HP Envy. According to Woooha, the laptop will retail for $2,299 and be available on October 22nd. Log on. Previously: HP Envy 15: Beats By Dr. Dre Edition
Before turning himself in for a two year bid, Boosie Boo, hooks up with a few good men for the remix to “Better Believe It”. No Jeezy, but the neck’s still freezy Props: TNT & RealTalkNY
After a premature leak of the info, Drizzy has now come clean to the fine folks at Billboard about the first single from Thank Me Later. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s called “Shut It Down.” Drake describes the track as “an R&B song…It’s sexy. It’s slow, but there’s an energy to it. I rap on it. Me and Dream both sing on it. It’s cool.” It also has a “message that’s never really been explored by male singers,” he says. “This […]
As real as it gets?
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3622864&w=425&h=350&fv=] Since we’re seemingly all about award shows this morning, here’s another tease from the Def Jam gala which airs this Tuesday. The Dog tryin’ to get the party started looked real lame in person and appears slightly better on screen. Still, dancers on a Dark Man set? Fuck outta here!
Barbie was in the building for BET. Props: Nigel D, you crazy for this one! And um, she can rhyme too. At least, Bobby Ray thinks so. Bonus: Last year’s business.