Joe Budden (@JoeBudden @201Ransom) continues on with his #SomeLove release series by dropping off “Make A Deal” assisted by estranged partner in rhyme Ransom. The Slaughterhouse rapper will be delivering his solo body of work “Some Love Lost” on November 4th. Listen below.
From shady ex-girl friend to Slim Shady. Big Sean (@BigSean @Eminem) paid a visit to Detroit’s 97.1 Radio Station to promote his “IDFWU” single which is currently picking up rotation. During the interview Sean Don revealed he has in fact recorded a song with Eminem. No telling where the record will end up but hopefully…Details
Rick Ross (@RickyRozay) shares some new visuals in which he unveils both the standard and deluxe album covers for his upcoming album Hood Billionaire, which hits shelves November 24th. Rozay also gives a quick snippet of the intro track. Check it out below.
The Weeknd (@TheWeeknd @ScHoolboyQ @RickyRozay) calls upon Q and Rick Ross for the official remix to his Summer release “Often”. Clean for now.
OG Maco (@OGMaco) continues to release music at a torrid pace. The buzzing ATLien just dropped his latest single “All In 2”. The record actually dropping in early August, but was taken off of SoundCloud to be remastered (shouts to Coach K from QC with the budget). Now, we have the polished product, which features…Details
First off, J$tash (@FuckUSluts) is a faggot. If you aren’t familiar with this unaccomplished struggle rapper, he made headlines a few weeks back after it was reported that he physically assaulted his now ex-girlfriend Danielle Phaeton (Danii Phae). Phae, a model and event host widely known for her Tumblr presence took to her very own…Details
Justin Bieber (@justinbieber @MAEJORALI) connects with Maejor Ali for the official remix to Meghan Trainor’s No. 1 hit “All About That Bass”. Take a listen below.
Sam Smith (@SamSmithWorld) returned to Jimmy Fallon but this time it’s his first appearance on The Tonight Show as the musical guest. He performed a live rendition of his heartbreak hotel anthem “I’m Not The Only One” from his critically acclaimed debut (and my personal favorite) album “In The Lonely Hour”. Watch below.