Janelle Monáe (@janellemonae) delivers an official video for the title track to her sophomore album The Electric Lady. Janelle kicks it with some close friends and family in this upbeat and celebratory visual aid which has appearances from T.I., T-Boz, Monica, Estelle and more. Watch below.
Gangsta’s Paradise. Lil Wayne was exiting Supperclub in Los Angeles last night after celebrating Mack Maine’s birthday only to almost have his candles blown out by a random gang member. Tunechi made his way to the Maybach with Christina Milian in tow and got approached by a man claiming to be a Crip urging the…Details
Vin Diesel took a break from dancing to Beyonce songs and sat down for an interview with Skyrock FM. While being probed about his new film Guardians of the Galaxy, he divulged some exclusive information about Fast And Furious 7. When asked about new music, Diesel brought up Iggy Azalea and revealed that she has…Details
Atlanta’s Lucci (@I_AM_LUCCI @SB_Skooly @RichHomieQuan) and Skooly hop on a track together to issue a rebuttal to Rich Homie Quan’s “Talk”, a diss aimed at Skooly released yesterday. This is the second beef that Rich Homie Quan has gotten himself into in the past few months, and like the one with Johnny Cinco, I have…Details
DJ Mustard (@DJMustard @2Chainz @TyDollaSign) gathers up 2 Chainz and Ty Dolla Sign for the video to his single “Down On Me”. The track will be featured on Mustard’s 10 Summers, dropping August 12th. The video was directed by Matt Swinsky. Take a peek at the video below [springboard type=”video” id=”967823″ player=”ddto001″ width=”640″ height=”460″ ]Details
Gucci Mane (@Gucci1017 @C4Bombs) drops off the stream to his next album, The Oddfather. The project is produced entirely by C4. Features include Young Thug, Young Scooter, PeeWee Longway, and OJ Da Juiceman. Take a listen to the project below and purchase on [itunes link=”https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-oddfather/id904001313?uo=4″ title=”The Oddfather”] to support:Details