Ludacris (@ludacris @jeremih @wizkhalifa) send a cordial invite to some lovely ladies for a small gathering in a luxury home as the back drop to the visual for “Party Girls”. Assisted by Jeremih’s vocals, Wiz Khalifa and Cashmere Cat. Directed by Hype Williams. Watch below.
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko) kicked it with The FADER during Coachella for an in depth interview which captures an idea of what she has in store for fans with her debut album “Souled Out”. The unconventional pint size singer details the tone this body of work is set upon and names producers who have contributed as…Details
Busta Rhymes (@BustaRhymes @GENASISISHERE) and his Conglomerate signee Genasis tackle Future’s “Move That Dope” for a remix of their own. Listen below.
L.A’s Slava (@salva, @ScHoolBoyQ, @kurupt_gotti, @ItsaPROBLEM & @Badlucc354) and a few of his friends all come together for a new remix of his poopin’ record “Drop That Bitch.” The up-tempo track should do some damage on the radios and clubs out west. Listen below.
Aloe Blacc (@aloeblacc @DJKhalil) took stage on the Late Show with David Letterman as the musical guest for this episode. Aloe crooned a live rendition of the hit single “The Man” (produced by DJ Khalil) from his album “Lift Your Spirit”. Watch below.
He’s not talking about coke and birds, it’s still more like spoken word. According to a report, Kanye West is planning to follow up his sixth studio opus Yeezus with a full length spoken word album. For those who have been following Yeezy since the start of his career, you’ll remember Kanye’s numerous appearances on…Details
Bas (@fiendbassy @jcolenc) is J. Cole’s protege signed to the Dreamville imprint and now sets forth his first official debut project Last Winter. Here’s a track spawned from the body of work called “My Nigga Just Made Bail” which features J. Cole. Listen below and support on iTunes.
I guess this couldn’t wait until #WeezyWednesday? Lil Wayne unveiled some artwork which may or may not be the album cover for Tha Carter V but now he circles back to address the outrage caused by racially discriminatory comments made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. Watch Tunechi’s video on the next page. NEXT…Details