Talib Kweli (@TalibKweli) has been trying to deliver his Prisoner Of Conscious album for a while now and it seems there’s another setback this month as the project was to be out on April 23rd. Kweli took to twitter to announce Prisoner Of Conscious would be delayed again due to a sample clearance but promises…Details
Iyanla takes on her biggest challenge yet, DMX. In this episode that aired on OWN, Iyanla Vanzant digs deep into the past of Dark Man X hitting nerves with his childhood and drug abusing adulthood, which have strained his relationship with his wife and family.
Drake invaded the house that Hov built, heading into Brooklyn to perform as the musical guest for this years Jordan Brand Classic event at the Barclays Center. Drizzy had a quick set but cranked out live renditions of Headlines, The Motto, HYFR, Started From The Bottom, and more. Watch below. via WordonRDDetails
Miguel (@MiguelUnlimited) continues his rise to mainstream prominence after sweeping GRAMMYs for his single Adorn and project Kaleidoscope Dreams. Last night Miguel took stage on SNL to perform Adorn and How Many Drinks, which you can watch below.
Trae Tha Truth (@TraeABN) and @1Future slow things down with some help from Mike WiLL Made It on this DJ Screw influenced single with an visual that takes you into the trillest side of town…Houston, Texas. Trae Tha Truth’s forthcoming album Banned is coming soon.
Pusha T (@Pusha_T) sat down with Fuse yesterday at Coachella and revealed a number of producers and features on his upcoming album, My Name Is My Name. Set to produce on his debut are the likes of Pharrell, Kanye, The Dream, Don Cannon, Swizz and more with Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Future, 2 Chainz and…Details
Janelle Monáe (@JanelleMonae) has called on @FatbellyBella to assist her on the new single from her long awaited follow up to her debut album called The Electric Lady. Janelle announced that her and Erykah Badu’s collision would be making impact on April 22nd at 7:54 PM EST.
Out of nowhere @Cocaine80’s decides to unleash a new track steered by Common and backed by Cocaine 80’s collective. The smooth and silky No I.D. produced track allows Common to glide over and tell a story that gets more interesting as you listen. Check it out below.