Terius resurfaces after a hiatus, with the two part combination song, which are the first leaks from his next album, The Love, IV (Diary Of A Mad Man) set to be released on his birthday, Sept 20th. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/The-Dream-Body-Work-Fck-My-Brains-Out.mp3]Details
@BIGSEAN is finally releasing his debut album, aptly titled Finally Famous. The LP hits stores on June 28th and has features from Chris Brown, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa and more. 1. “Intro” Produced by: Kevin Randolph, Key Wane 2. “I Do It” Produced by: No I.D., The Legendary Traxster 3. “My Last”…Details
@NICKIMINAJ is taking her show on the road with Britney Spears, starting on June 16th. Onika tells MTV she wants to step her performance game up, as far as putting on a show. “I’m just trying to put more theater on that stage. So much to me is music, but it’s also about putting on…Details
Lady Gaga’s latest LP, Born This Way is indeed flying off the shelves, but not in a way she’d like to be. With the success comes backlash, and despite selling over a million copies in it’s first week, the Poker Face singer card has in fact been pulled by the Lebanese government, who has deemed…Details
We get a glimpse of Tunechi’s performance on Unplugged, with him doing a rendition of his first Carter IV single, with some assistance from Cory Gunz.
@Stalley samples the Godfather of Rap on this joint. I’ll let him tell it tho: “Summer In America” was inspired by the passing of Gil Scott Heron and his song “Winter In America”. He inspired me. I need everyone to get in their cars and ride around their neighborhoods to this. If you haven’t heard…Details
Tunechi talks with Sway about one of the new songs he debuted at MTV: Unplugged, called Nightmares Of The Bottom. In this clip, Weezy gives an in depth explanation on what the song means.
Well I’ll be damned, ruined marriages and two books later, Karrine Steffans most notoriously referred to as Superhead, breaks her silence on the first published work where she blew the whistle, and a lot of rappers or athletes.