Mathaius Young capitalizes on the attention he’s received from song release “Go” and “Look At Me” by setting forth his new mixtape Pilot. Mathaius calls on Ye Ali, Outfit and Dray Mccoy as featured guests on selections through out the project. Listen below.
Can it be Vanity from Last Dragon? You might remember the 80’s girl group Vanity 6, which was backed by Prince and led by his protege Vanity. Unfortunately the front woman Denise Katrina Matthews has passed away after a losing battle to an inflamed small intestine known as sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis. Nasty Girl was a…Details
Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz united as Collegrove to perform on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Tunechi and Tity Boi have a joint album coming together also titled Collegrove and for their first official appearance together they did a live rendition of a new single called “Rolls Royce Weather Everyday”, which hopefully is released…Details
Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson (@BrunoMars @MarkRonson) took home Record of The Year at the 58th GRAMMY Awards. Beyoncé stood before the audience and read off the nominees before presenting Ronson and Mars their trophy for “Uptown Funk”, which makes it the second time in a week these three have been on stage together following…Details
Drake was (@drake @shaq) Shaqtin A Fool on Inside The NBA at the NBA All Star Game. While seated next to Reggie Miller, Charles Barkley and the rest of the crew, Drizzy was put on the spot to demonstrate his rap skills while assisted by Shaq who provided a beatbox for the Toronto rap star…Details
Pitbull (@Pitbull) closed out The 58th GRAMMYs by performing a new song called “Bad Man”. The Miami rap star brought along Robin Thicke, Joe Perry and Travis Barker to asisst him in the live rendition at The Staples Center. Watch below. Pitbull, Robin Thicke & Travis Barker Perform At The 58th GRAMMYsDetails
Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) definitely had his moment in the sun tonight as the Compton rapper walked away from The 58th GRAMMYs with five awards. K. Dot won Best Music Video (Taylor Swift/Bad Blood), Rap Album Of The Year (To Pimp A Butterfly), Best Rap Song (Alright), Best Rap Performance (Alright) and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration (These…Details