Atlanta’s K Camp grabs up 2 Chainz for the “5 Minutes music video. In front of an all white backdrop, the trap stars claim they only need 300 seconds to get the party started and snatch your girl at the same time.
K. Camp’s DJ, Genius, also just released a full length album featuring Que, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Mr. 2-17, K-Noe, Rich Espy, T-Hood, Coca Vango, Scotty ATL, and Two-9. It’s available on iTunes now.
Usher’s ninth studio LP is expected to arrive later this year, as the entertainer recently dropped the dual singles “No Limit” featuring Young Thug and “Crash.”
For the VEVO premiere of “Crash,” the R&B singer delivers a stunning performance visual, where the 37-year-old channels his emotions through dance. A simple yet captivating video, Usher shows off his slick choreographed moves on a sleek stage as his on-screen love interest is projected on a giant screen.
The LA Leakers just blasted off a new single from Teyana Taylor and Chris Brown. DJ Mustard laced the Adina Howard inspired track with some bass heavy sounds. Despite being a new mommy, Teyana gives her fans a reminder that she likes to get her “Freak On” — every now and again.
Red Bull Records’ is now home to the Venice Beach trio of Ray Wright, Serk Spliff and Manu Li aka Warm Brew. In a strategic partnership with Fakework Management Group and Dom’s imprint The Other People’s Money Company, the fellas are headed for the big leagues in 2016.
Their latest single, “The Mission,” comes to us with production by Swiff D, who also produced ScHoolboy Q’s“Studio.” It will be included on their Diagnosis project — slated for release on July 15.
Kanye West might be focused on his fashion endeavors but he’s still in the studio, too. Last night (June 13), Yeezy added the final version of “Saint Pablo” to his Life of Pablo album. U.K. singer Sampha handles the hook, and Mike Dean & Allen Ritter added their Midas touch to the beat.
The track finds ‘Ye opening up further about his issues with financial debt, navigating his deal with Apple, Jay Electronica, Hov and more.
There’s obviously been a lot going on in Vic Mensa’s life since INNANETAPE dropped, and he’s been an even busier man on the press run for his new EP this month. Last week the Chicago MC stopped by L.A.’s Real 92.3, where he talked to Letty Martinez and DJ Damage about what made him choose Roc Nation over G.O.O.D. Music, his experience writing for Kanye West and why he isn’t feeling most of the music that’s out right now (“it’s just xans, lean, dope, bad bitches. It’s not exciting, it doesn’t make me think about anything”).
YG gives fans one major surprise, with the early release of his new album Still Brazy. Available three days before its official release date, the Compton rapper’s sophomore LP can now be streamed exclusively via Apple Music for the next 48 hours. The 17-track deluxe edition includes the singles “Twist My Fingaz,”“FDT” and “Why You Always Hatin?,” and the title-track “Still Brazy.”
The follow-up to YG’s highly-praised debut album My Krazy Life features guest appearances by Lil’ Wayne, Drake, Nipsey Hussle, and more. Catch YG 400 on “The Endless Summer Tour” with G-Eazy, Logic, and Yo Gotti, kicking off June 28 in Dallas, TX.
Stream Still Brazy below and pre-order a copy here.
Khloé Kardashian is clearing the air about her love life.
The reality star, who recently filed for divorce from Lamar Odom for a second time, opens up to Harper’s Bazaar about dating and the men in her life. Though the 31-year-old is currently single and ready to mingle, she admits she’s not ready to date someone outside the industry for one sole reason.
“The thing I dislike the most [about being a Kardashian] is the judgment on us,” she confesses. “If I want to go out with a group of friends, it’s never as harmless as that. There has to be some story the next day that I’m dating somebody.”
Mara Wilson came out to her fans as bisexual on Twitter on Monday, June 13. The Matilda actress, 28, revealed her sexuality via a series of tweets following Sunday’s tragic massacre at Orlando gay nightclub Pulse that left 49 dead and 53 injured.
The Mrs. Doubtfire star tweeted out a photo Monday of herself at a gay nightclub from when she was 18, explaining that although she was a “straight girl,” she “felt so welcomed there.”
Recently, R. Kelly has contributed guest vocals on remixes of Chris Brown’s “Back to Sleep” and French band Phoenix’s “Trying To Be Cool.” The Pied Piper is back on the solo tip, doing what he does best, delivering that dirty talk on a new track “P*ssy Is Mine.” Laced in Auto-Tune, Kellz mixes singing and rapping on the playful track, strictly for the bedroom.
Produced by Tra Beats, hear R. Kelly’s new offering below.
Castle Hill’s young gunna touched a brand new Heat Makerz-produced track today (June 13). A$AP Twelvvy let loose on the song, “Baby Glock,” with some real Uptown flavor. For anyone in the NYC area, you can also catch 12vy at Just Blaze’s event in Brooklyn on Wednesday evening.
It might not be an official G.O.O.D. Music cut, but it damn well should be. Major Lazer’s Peace Is the Missionsingle “Night Riders” sets things on fire, even though 2 Chainz, Pusha T and Mad Cobra don’t appear in the clip. Travis Scott is front and center, flicking his lighter and posting up with some females, as the clip moves from different scenes that also show fire.
Like so many of us, Mariah Carey regrets her ’90s style.
In a recent interview with PrideSource, the elusive chanteuse was asked what “1990 Mariah would think of 2016 Mariah” today. According to the singer, her younger self would certainly care more about looks.
“I was such a kid, just in over my head, but I knew that I was gonna do this for my life and so I probably would’ve been like, ‘Who does your hair and makeup?'” Carey said. “‘Cause they had me with some people who didn’t know what they were doing, and I knew it wasn’t really good, and I’d just be like, ‘Who does your lighting, hair and makeup?'”
Media mogul Queen Latifah and her intimate friend, actress Paula Pattonattended the 15th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball held at a private residence in Mandeville Canyon, an upscale hamlet in the prestigious Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.
King La and Paula refused to take any photos together, even though they were in the same house. Tongues were wagging when Latifah and Paula showed up at the same party. But you don’t have to believe me.
Kanye West is coming to a city near you this fall. A day after Kim Kardashian West revealed to a fan on Twitter that an announcement was coming as early as Tuesday (Jun. 14), West has announced his 32-date tour “Saint Pablo.”
Hitting various cities across North America, the two-month tour kicks off Aug. 25 in Indianapolis, IN, wrapping up in Las Vegas, NV on Oct. 29.
They may have only released their debut album back in February, but apparently Lion Babe couldn’t resist the idea of returning with a spankin’ new soundtrack for the summer — and judging by this song, we don’t blame them.
The first slice of their upcoming mixtape Sun Joint, “Endless Summer” is an island-flavored anthem all about carefree living in the sun. “This ones really special to us, its a product of the work of us and our best friends together,” says Jillian Hervey and Lucas Goodman.
With Pablo Escobar’s brazen escape from prison (on the show), the Netflix series Narcos is set to pick up where the story left off on Sept. 2. As we count the days down until the show’s return, the streaming channel released the official trailer for season 2.
Released late last month, Curren$y’s The Legend of Harvard Blue project is still fresh on fans ears. After dropping dual videos for “Enter” and “Kilo Jam,” Spitta wastes no time an gives us a visual for “Supply & Demand.”
From smoking with the homie inside the crib to laying back around a fleet of old school cars and a pretty lady friend, watch Curren$y’s new clip below.
Princess Charlotte made her first public appearance on Saturday (June 11, 2016), as she made her debut on the Buckingham Palace balcony. She joined her older brother Prince George, her parents Kate Middleton and Prince William, her uncle Prince Harry, and the rest of the Royal family as part of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday celebration.