Jay Rock’s seen one too many scary movies. Inspired by the film A Nightmare on Elm Street comes his new track featuring Kendrick. One, two, Rock’s comin’ for you.
With “Young Forever” entering the Billboard Top 10 this week, Jay-Z set a new hip-hop record for scoring his 17th chart topper. The honor was previously held by Ludacris with 16. But just like the weather, that’s subject to change with Luda’s “My Chick Bad” coming in at number 11. Tune in next week! Related: Ludacris Ties Billboard Record Heads Up: EW
[vodpod id=Video.3563062&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D514434%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A514434] Jadakiss wants to do it big on his next album, Top Five, Dead Or Alive. He tells MTV that he’s already got three unrecorded joints in the stash. “I got about three good ones,” he said of the songs. “Not even recorded. I got probably two verses off each song. Maybe four good ones. [DJ Drama] sent me something. I’m doing real careful selection on production on this project. “Just fire,” he added about what he’s looking for. […]
It’s… about… to go… down. JZW Via HelenAsPopkin
This ain’t funny, so don’t you dare laugh. Here’s some new material off Shallah Raekwon’s upcoming mixtape, Brinx Boys. Sounds serious. Miss Info
So sick. So sick.
David Banner is a jack of all trades. For Gatorade’s new ad campaign, he wrote, produced, and arranged the song “Evolve” performed by Kermit Quinn. Cut the check! Banner’s currently working on the joint album Death Of A Pop Star with 9th Wonder. Release date, TBD. UGC