@LLCoolJ followed suit of @50Cent and @Ludacris by unveiling his latest venture. Todd James explained the Boomdizzle website as an online threshold for artists to come together and create music virtually. Source: 57thAve
@JColeNC gets the year started off right with another notch under his belt. The Dreamvillain Capo has earned a RIAA certified plaque for his already Gold selling single, Work Out off Cole World: The Sideline Story.
Already in progress. @darealAMBEROSE and @YoGottiKOM will be discussing their new work, with the Rosebud mistress dropping her new single FAME and CMG Capo releasing a new album, Live From The Kitchen.
@1Future channels @IamDiddy and MJ on this visual, take a sneak peek before Astronaut Status releases tomorrow.
@NipseyHussle drops off a visual for the Cookin Soul produced track off The Marathon Continues. Directed by Chris Martinez.
@Ludacris was also present at the Consumer Electronics Show expo in Vegas. He speaks with Spike TV correspondent Jessie Cantrell about his brand new line of headphones, SOUL By Ludacris. Previous: 50 Cent Talks SMS Headphones & Label Woes On CES 2012
The Teacher and Kenny Parker connect for this new single off a project that released on iTunes yesterday, called The BDP Album. Nav on the recovery. DOWNLOAD: KRS-One & BDP – Do It
The Wu was assembled in Chi-Town for a performance at Congress Theatre. They ran through some of their catalog and reminded the crowd, Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nothin To Fuck With. Check it out below. Source: FSD
@IamMarkRonson @FatBellyBella and the artist formerly known as Mos Def huddled up together for Hyundai Veloster-sponsored documentary project, RE:GENERATION. Also adding their creativity to the process are Trombone Shorty, Zigaboo Modeliste and Members of The Dap Kings. Check out the DJ Premier and Nas contributions for Re:Generation.
I personally think @AzealiaBanks and @kreayshawn should hash this out. From what I understand the white girl mob leader was a fan of Azealia’s music but that all went awry due to a Twitter misunderstanding. In any case the newest buzzing sensation out of Harlem is on the cover of The Hundreds magazine, Vol. 3…