With JD and Brian Cox on the boards, Usher puts pen to pad on his deceitful ways. Shame on a nuh. Tiger Woods anyone? Props: UHTN
Last October, Game boasted that “Big Money” was the first single off The R.E.D. Album. And although the beat knocks, the track’s marred by Jayceon’s consistent name drops (Young Jeezy, Kobe, Gucci Mane, etc.) and mediocre chorus. These days, Chuck’s been working diligently with Pharrell. Hopefully by the time The R.E.D. Album drops, “Big Money” is small change compared to the rest of the LP. Before: RR’s ’09 Worst Singles: #8 T.I. x Mary J Blige “Do You Remember Me”
Marshall Mathers returned to the rap game clean and sober but his mind was still on drugs. Relapse is chock full of references to seemingly every prescription your grandma ever thought of havin’ in her cabinet. Unlike any other MC on your iPod, Eminem is truly in his own dark and demented world. He’s poppin’ valium like ma dukes on “My Mom”, disintergrating babies on “Stay Wide Awake”, and chokin’ Lindsay Lohan with a sixty-six inch extension cord (“Same Song […]
FUSE’s Hip Hop Invasion begins 2010 with the top dogg of them all. Calvin goes on the record with Touré and discusses his album, pimpin’ and more. Full episode airs tomorrow at 8 pm EST. Fa shizzle! Heads Up: DiggersUnion
Last spring, the promo machine behind T.I.’s last days of freedom was on full tilt. So we didn’t need a song to remind us to keep him in the forefront of our minds as he went on his Forest City vacation. This was the lead single of the aborted Paper Trail re-release and, thank God, Lyor’s squad came to their senses. This songs reeks of schmaltzy melodrama. The Queen of Hip-Hop’s hook is excruciating and The King really has nothin’ […]
This wasn’t televised, but here is Yeezy’s 808s & Heartbreak’s cab anthem live. You can find this as a bonus clip off Kanye’s VH1 Storytellers CD/DVD. Follow those street lights to the stores and pick it up today. Props: Andrew Barber Yesterday: Kanye West “Paranoid” x “Homecoming” (VH1)
This wasn’t televised, but here is Yeezy’s 808s & Heartbreak’s cab anthem live. You can find this as a bonus clip off Kanye’s VH1 Storytellers CD/DVD.