Curtis took to twitter to vent about his label woes, pointing the finger at Interscopes lack of effort in helping him ready his next yet to be titled LP. Advertisements
@TheGAME spoke with Rap-Up on the final segment of their interview, he says although he hasn’t reached out to Jermaine, he digs his style and wants to work with him in the near future. Jayceon also talks about that awkward moment when he met Tyra Banks after rapping about her forehead on Higher back in…
These labels play musical chairs. The Hollywood Reporter has learned former Def Jam exec and X-Factor judge Antonio L.A. Reid is taking his talents to the newly restructured Epic Records. The revamped label has combined their roster with Jive Records, which puts L.A. back with his protege, Usher.
1 1/4th of The Machine explains his piece in the puzzle and how things came together to form the super group known as Slaughterhouse. “[At the time] there was something in the air, where [me and Joe Budden] were taking shots at each other. So it was kind of like a point where we came…
@RyanLeslie was the next contestant for Apple’s series of free shows held at their 14th street branch in New York City. R. Les premiered a new song during his set, that he wrote for Red Cafe and features Rick Ross, called Fly. ThisIsRNB
@FRANK_OCEAN delivers the official visual to his break out single, that will be on his Def Jam re-released debut album, Nostalgia: Ultra. Directed by Nabil.
While a definite TM103 release is questionable, Jizzle shows no sign of slowing down by shooting a visual for he and Weezy’s collab. Some snap shots from Derick G’s lens below.
Out of left field comes @JoJoistheway, putting her own creative touch over Drizzy’s new song, Marvin’s Room. I gotta say this caught me off guard, as she did the cover version justice. I wonder if any other females think they can do better than her remix. ha. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/JoJo-Marvins-Room-Cant-Do-Better.mp3]
I’m not sure what we’re suppose to expect from a kid who’s twitter name is “FuckTyler” but in any case, the Golf Wang front man defended himself about critisim of using derogatory words such as “faggot”, which was counted 209 times on his album. “Well, I have gay fans and they don’t really take it…
The Wu (Method Man, U-God and Masta Killa) assembled at Tim Westwood’s headquarters to drop some bars for over 11 minutes, even spitting over Tyler, The Creator’s infectious “Yonkers” beat.