Check out Luda’s new video for “One More Drink” featuring T-Pain. The video was filmed at Cafe Noir in Atlanta and also features Katt Williams and a whole lotta other people whose names escape me right now. LMAO @ Drinkers + Daters Anonymous. 😆 Cute song….but I don’t need NO MORE DRINKS today!
Beyonce and her lil sis, Solange, hit up the EiGHT MiLLiON Ginza Gates Store Opening in Tokyo, Japan Friday to promote a line of handbags by Japanese designer, Samanath Thavasa. The sisters made history by being the first African-Americans to appear in an ad campaign for the company. A billboard of the two is also prominetly displayed in the fashion district in Tokyo.
Beyonce also performed “If I Were a Boy” live on Japanese television. Video under the cut: Continue Reading…
I know this remix has been out for a minute…but so what. I still like it! Slim, formerly of 112, has recruited Faith Evans and Big Boi for the remix of “So Fly”. The song is Slims first single from his upcoming “Love’s Crazy” release. The album is expected to drop November 18th.
T-Pain goes hard on everyone biting his style with the vocoder thingy in this video for “Karaoke”. He acknowledges Kanye & Lil Wayne as doing an OK job with it, but everyone else sounds like they’re doing Karaoke. He also shouts out Roger Troutman and gives props to him being the first. Ummm…OK. Teddy. We get it. Now trademark it already…
Peep the video for Keshia Cole‘s single “Playa Cardz Right” featuring Tupac Shakur. The song is her first single from her third studio album “A Different Me” which is expected to be released December 16, 2008. This video was shot a few weeks ago at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Memorial Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain, Georgia and features a cameo by Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur.
Akon, Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy celebrate the life of the rich and famous in the new video for “I’m So Paid”. The song is the first single from Akon’s upcoming, “Freedom” cd, which drops November 25th. Honestly, I like the song and all jokes aside, I honestly feel that Akon’s response to the controversy surrounding the drop was heartfelt. Yes…we are in a recession and people are losing their jobs and homes everyday and No…it’s not his fault that he’s still rich as hell. Get over it. Dance to the song and move on.