A new single from Slim (of 112) called “Don’t It Feel Good” featuring Maino has just leaked and made it’s way into my inbox. Slim’s voice has always stood out to me and most people slept on his last cd. “Love’s Crazy,” which was way better than I thought it would be. I think this new song is from Slim’s upcoming project “Cruise Control” which is currently in development.
Lil Wayne and his new artist Shanell (aka SNL) tear up the stage during a performance of “Lollipop” while on the AMW Tour. In the above video, Shanell breaks it down as she backs it up on Wayne and he pulls her hair. A few months back I’d heard that Shanell was putting the moves on Wayne but she quickly denied all those nasty rumors. One things for sure…she can’t deny the chemistry the two have onstage!
[Sidenote: Shanell watch out… they say Lil Wayne is quite the fertile one. LMAO!]
“So let’s talk about the Jay sh*t/ Some days I wish that I ain’t never say sh*t/ And Diddy said ain’t no excuse for what I did/ But I felt like he was knocking the same sh*t that feeds my kids/ I do music ’cause I need it to make my world spin/ So when you down it, it’s like you dissing my girlfriend.”
Check out a new track from Lil Jon entitled “Give It All You Got” featuring Kree. The song is from Lil Jon’s upcoming album slated for a November 24th release. The song is a bit on the pop side and I’m sure it’s a big hit in Jon’s new home of Miami but I ain’t feelin it.
After much hype and anticipation, Chris Brown leaked a new song via his Twitter page yesterday called “I Can Transform Ya” which features Lil Wayne and Swizz Beatz. The song is from Chris’ upcoming 3rd studio album, entitled Graffiti and is also produced by Swizz Beatz.
Chris has been paying his debt to society for beating up his former flame, Rihanna… but can he really transform us? Hmmm…. only time will tell. Take a listen to his latest release below:
“I Can Transform Ya” ~ Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne & Swizz Beatz
Amerie’s fourth studio album is entitled In Love & War and above is the official album cover. In explaining the concept of her new album, Amerie states:
“My first album was very hip-hop/R&B,” the 29-year-old year old singer has said. “My second album had more up-tempo songs on there as well as being hip-hop/Soul. My third album was very hip-hop/soul/80’snew wave, which a lot of people loved. And this one is hip-hop/soul/rock!”
Check out the video for Amerie’s first single from the new project, “Heard Em All” + listen/download the remix to “Heard Em All” which features Lil Wayne: Continue Reading…