The Kaaaang’s back and he’s hard at work! Diddy and his Dirty Money clique (Dawn & Kaleena) collaborate with T.I. on a hot song called “Good Morning”. The track, produced by Danja and written by Rico Love is a hot club banger with booming bassline.
“Good Morning” ~ Dirty Money ft. T.I.
It also includes a few signature ad-libs from Puffy… oops! I mean Diddy. (“Let’s go, let’s work”). Diddy will perform the song live for the first time on Wednesday’s episode of “American Idol.”
The official video for Usher’s O.M.G featuring Will.i.am dropped today. *sigh*
I featured this song on The A-Pod a while back but I swear I couldn’t watch more that 30 seconds of the video. That split screen combined with those two grown men dancin to a song called “O.M.G.” just did something to me.
And to think…I gave Ursh so much credit with “Daddy’s Home”. Who authorized this? I need to write a letter to my congressman or something cause this sh*t right here ain’t right.
Usher hit up Good Morning America today (3/30) and performed at the Nokia Theatre in New York City. His Raymond vs. Raymond project dropped today and Ursh says his swagga is on swole:
In case you missed it, check out Usher’s interview with GMA’s Robin Roberts & George Stephanopoulos below PLUS his rousing performance of “There Goes My Baby” (My personal favorite track on Raymond vs. Raymond): Continue Reading…
So the internet has been buzzing over Erykah Badu’s newest video. You either love it or you hate it. And most people are loving it. Well the people of Dallas are not feeling it. She even posts on her twitter page how the people were shouting “Put your clothes back on”.
Dallas city officials issued a statement saying the video was filmed without the proper permits and that Erykah could have been arrested for indecent exposure and disorderly conduct.
Well let’s hope that no charges come about from this. In the mean time go ahead and check the video out!
Antwan “Big Boi” Patton sat down with the homie GyantUnplugged recently to discusses his recent decision to move from his long time label Jive to Def Jam and how it all came about.
Gyant conducted the interview and Twan’s legendary Stankonia Studios and they discussed everything from “Sir Lucious Leftfoot: Son of Chico Dusty”, to an unlikely production collaboration with current production leper Scott Storch.
Oh yeah…. they even talked about what’s up with Outkast.