Emilio Rojas (@emiliorojas) links up with producer Sickness Beatz for this new joint, “Ziggy,” first off of Opportunity Knox Vol 2. This is brought to you by the good folks over at Deep Concepts Media.
Before Omarion (@1Omarion) releases his highly anticipated LP, ‘Love & Other Drugs,’ he will be putting out part 2 of his mixtape, ‘Care Package 2’ on November 5th. To get things rolling for both project, O releases the title track to his LP, produced by Swiff D and D&D.
Beyonce finally caved into the #BeyHive and shared a new song in the trailer for her “Life Is But A Dream” DVD which goes on sale November 22nd. Mrs. Carter’s fans were growing weary and restless within the last week due to lack of a single from Bey’s forthcoming album. Hopefully this snippet of “God…Details
Drake (@Drake) sat down with @RevoltTV to talk about the song he debuted at Barclays Center called “Trophies“, which is produced by Hit-Boy. Drizzy says the song didn’t come out because when creating the hook he wasn’t pleased with the outcome and started sending it around to others for contributions but decided against putting it…Details
Professor Charles Xavier and his clan of Mutants are back for another action packed story on the silver screen. This installment of X-Men finds Wolverine time traveling into the past to summon allies for a war in the future. Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy all reprise their roles for the film which is…Details
To quote Kendrick Lamar’s album “Young man, why are you so angry?!” It appears that Chris Brown’s tumultuous life has reached a breaking point after his recent run in with the law for an alleged assault.
Naught Boy (@NaughtyBoyMusic) and @WizKhalifa kick it with Ella Eyre in this visual for his single “Think About It” from Hotel Cabana. Watch below.
Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) @BigSean hold it down together in this visual that places the 19 year old songbird in a Masquerade event for a cliche “happily ever after” themed setting. Watch the official video for “Right There” off Ariana Grande’s debut album Yours Truly.
DJ Khaled (@DJKhaled) gathered rap’s finest for his seventh studio album, Suffering From Success. However, it seems as if the Miami native suffered from lack of promotion more than anything, as this has been his lowest selling album, only moving 26,965 copies in it’s first week. Although it didn’t sell heavy, it did manage to…Details