A new acquisition to the Brick Squad Monopoly is Young Thug, who’s set to release his mixtape on Livemixtapes tomorrow. Take a listen to the first offering from his mixtape, 1017 Thug.
Pusha T made his way through the red carpet at the GRAMMYs, where FUSE asked about his debut solo album, My Name Is My Name. Pusha T announced that the project is now scheduled for a May release.
Prior to the ether laid upon his head gear, @MrTeriusNash was on the Red Carpet talking about about being in Paris and working with Kanye West on new music. Also, The-Dream told Billboard his new album is now called Fourplay and is set to arrive in stores May 7th.
Kanye West and Will Smith were spotted holed up in a studio that wasn’t quite anywhere near West Philadelphia. Yeezy and The Fresh Prince were in fact down in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil but why and for what? We’ll see.
The Throne and Frank Ocean cleaned up at the GRAMMYs tonight, with Frank winning an award and performing, as well as Niggas In Paris winning and Jay-Z performing alongside Justin Timberlake. The win column stacked up more as Hov, Frank and The-Dream stepped up to accept an award for “No Church In The Wild” from…
Justin Timberlake isn’t letting up. After his GRAMMY performance tonight, J.T. turns it up another notch by releasing a new single from his upcoming and highly anticipated album The 20/20 Experience. So far he’s 3 for 3.
Bruno Mars brought out Sting to perform Locked Out Of Heaven, which for some reason segued into a tribute to the late great legend Bob Marley. Luckily, we didn’t have to agonize through more Bruno Mars but instead Ziggy and Damian Marley paid homage to their father with some assistance from Rihanna.
After winning Best Rap Album at the 55th Grammy awards for his sophomore album, Take Care, Drake made his way to the red carpet to chop it up with Ryan Seacrest. Drake reveals the title for his next album is called Nothing Was The Same. Watch the video for Started From The Bottom.
Frank Ocean gave a noteworthy performance, making his debut at The GRAMMYs and taking home an award in the same night. With Chris Brown seated in the audience, Frank Ocean did a live rendition of Forest Gump.
Alicia Keys joined forces with Adam Levine and Maroon 5 for an alternative version of Girl On Fire, performing it as a duet at the 55th GRAMMY awards.