The-Dream yapped about this remix a month and a half ago. And today, HHNM came through with the rip off Dream’s site. Look out for the song’s remix video featuring Ludacris soon.
Jay Rock brings the rain and the pain on this new cut. Don’t worry y’all, the sun will come out tomorrow.
[vodpod id=Video.3357677&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dord%253D422098971437662850%2526tile%253D2%2526reportDartNValue%253Dmusicnewserykahbaduerykahbaduwishshewrotebiggieslyrics040110%2526reportDartSubValue%253Dvideohub%2526reportDartZone%253Dvideo%2526reportPropSubSection%253Dmusic_news%2526reportPropSeason%253D_2010%2526reportPropPageName%253Dmusic_news__erykah_badu___erykah_badu_wish_she_wrote_biggies_lyrics__040110] While discussing the song “Fall In Love” from her new album, New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh) Erykah says that she flipped and wished she wrote Chrissy Poo’s iconic line “There’s gonna be a lot of slow singin’ and flower bringin’, if my burglar alarm starts ringin’”. Warning, no biting allowed. Ha! BET
Although Lil Wayne’s locked up on Rikers Island, that isn’t stopping him from staying connected to his fans. And today a new site was launched with a kite from Weezy. In his first letter, he announces that he’s blogging for ESPN again and touches on the success of Rebirth. Read up underneath.
Stash magazine was in the building last week in San Jose, California to celebrate the release of E-40’s new albums Revenue Retrievin’: Day Shift/ Night Shift. Shorty at the 3:37 mark is definitely having a good time. Ooooh! 57thave
[vodpod id=Video.3356825&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D499466%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A499466] At the N.Y. Auto Expo, Fab spoke to MTV about the back-and-forth tweets between him and Jim Jones. Earlier this week, the rappers were engaged in a, um, style war. Loso explains that it was nothing serious and all in fun. Catch up on what they tweeted below.
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”cole”] Cole typed this cryptic message last week. He says he’s having a tough time narrowing down the tracklist for his debut album. One of the pending songs is “Never Told” produced by No I.D. Let’s see what he do wit’ it. Sidebar: Jon Caramanica’s NY Times Review Of S.O.B.’s