Archive for March 2012
After dropping several of the featured tracks, Ace Hood releases his new mixtape, Starvation. The project consists of 15-tracks with features from Game, Kevin Cossom and more. Production from The Renegades, The Monarch, Dane Cash, The Runners and others. Check out the tracklist, stream, and download link after the jump.
It’s official, Usher is working on his seventh studio album. He announced today the official title of his upcoming album, Looking For Myself. The project will hit stores on June 12th via RCA Records. Aside from Diplo working on the first single “Climax”, others who have worked on the LP include Max Martin, Jim Monsin, Rico Love and Salaam Remi.
All four members of Slaughterhouse were supposed to perform last night at NYC’s Best Buy Theater, but an issue with police forced Joe Budden to miss the show. According to MTV, shortly after 10 PM when the DJ cued “Sound Off”, only three members were present on stage with Budden missing. It was announced by the remaining three members that he had been arrested by the NYPD for an ’07 unpaid parking ticket. Huh? Really?
As the crowd chanted, “Joey, Joey Joey”, Royce responded, “We love Joey too, chanting for him ain’t gonna get him outta jail.”
This guy just keeps going and going. While in Vancouver on his Hustlaz Ambition tour, Nardwuar caught up with Young Jeezy for a hilarious interview. Jeezy finds this amusing. Ha!
After dropping her new record “Bombs” earlier in the week, Dawn Richard storms the desert in the new visual for the first single off her EP, Armor On. Check out Richard bust out some fancy footwork in the new clip above. Produced by Druski.
We were just as surprised as many of his fans that Diggy Simmons‘ debut album Unexpected Arrival only sold 22,124 in its first week. Although its a bit of an upset, Diggy tells Karen Civil that he’s happy his project is out and how it has affected his fans positively. If you haven’t purchased the LP, grab a copy here.
The king of auto-tune was featured on VH1′s latest episode of Behind The Music last night. During the one-hour episode, T-Pain gave viewers an in-depth look into his childhood growing up in Tallahassee, FL, dropping out of the eighth grade to focus on his group the Nappy Headz, and eventually going out on his own and signing with Akon’s label Konvict Records. Check out the full episode above.
Last night in Atlanta, Grand Hustle’s newest signee Iggy Azalea performed for the first time at The Basement. During her set, she brought out her mentor T.I. to perform their new collabo joint “Murda Bizness”. Definitely starting to feel this record.