Y’all probably noticed, but some of the big Blog Sites that had a SoundCloud Account such as youheardthatnew, have been terminated because of the Copyright Infringement and their new policy on SoundCloud, which is pretty bad if you’re asking me, and my Soundcloud Page has also been terminated with my 700 followers, but nonetheless, I made sure to make another one last year for my mixes, so make sure to follow me guys once again on this account HERE, have a good one.
Jennifer Hudson’s third studio album ‘JHUD’ just hit the net, and unfortunately there are any new Pharrell songs on the album exept the three tunes we already know about, nonetheless, ‘Just That Type Of Girl’, (my favourite) sounds like a Leah LaBelle tune from her Studio Session, and knowing Pharrell to keep tunes for the VIP’s like Jennifer Hudson is, there is a possibility that ‘Just That Type Of Girl’ was probably a Leah LaBelle tune, anyways check out all tunes below and make sure to get it on iTunes.
Jennifer Hudson – JHUD (2014)
Jennifer Hudson – Just That Type Of Girl (14′)
Jennifer Hudson – He Ain’t Goin Nowhere feat. Iggy Azalea (14′)
Jennifer Hudson – I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel) feat. T.I. (Official Video) (2014)
Nominees have been announced for the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards. Music fans can vote for their favourite artist at mtvema.com between now and 8 November, ahead of the ceremony to be held at The Hydro in Glasgow on 9 November. US pop star Ariana Grande has netted nominations in six categories, while Pharrell Williams is up for five awards for ‘Best Song’, ‘Best Male’, ‘Best World Stage’, ‘Best US Act’ and ‘Best Video’.
And fan groups have also been given the opportunity to vote for their favourite artists via the Biggest Fans category. Social media users on Twitter and Instagram can vote using the hashtag #EMABiggestFans along with the artists’ names. Go to mtvema.com to vote for Pharrell.
EMA Nominations: Best R&B 1996, Best Male 2006
EMA Performances: ‘Flap Your Wings/Play It Off’ with Nelly (2004), ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot/That’s That’ With Snoop Dogg (2006),
EMA Appearances: Presenter 2002, 2003, 2006
Pharrell Williams – Happy (Official Music Video) (2013)
The UNIQLO sweats range features basic sweat shirts and zip-up’s in over 15 colours for men and women. They also feature printed designs in collaboration with Almond surfboards, Lulu Guinness and Pharrell Williams’ i am OTHER. As part of their exclusive SPRZ NY range, which celebrates New York pop art, the UNIQLO sweats range also features iconic prints from art legends Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, thanks to rafito.
Interrogated for allegedly ripping off Marvin Gaye, the singer attempts a rock ‘n’ roll defense: “I didn’t do a single interview last year without being high” “Blurred Lines,” the pop hit that quickly became one of the most fascinating and controversial songs of the young century, has now spawned even more to discuss thanks to the appearance of absolutely bizarre depositions given by the song’s singer, Robin Thicke, and producer Pharrell Williams.
The sworn testimony, revealed for the first time in a Los Angeles federal court on Monday, covers such subjects as authorship, song credit, drug abuse and media promotion, and almost certainly will change perceptions of a hit recording that was dubbed last year’s Song Of The Summer. When “Blurred Lines” was released in March 2013, the catchy harmony became a cultural phenomenon, but since then, there’s been substantial reassessment of what the song is all about.
The new series, Sisterhood Of Hip Hop premiered on Oxygen last month that follows the lives of 5 up-and-coming female hip hop stars and their rise to success. What does it mean to female in the world of hip hop, to work with legends like Timbaland and Pharrell, and to see yourself cry on TV? Nyemiah Supreme, Siya and Bia broke it down for us.
OKMagazine.com: In the comedy world, an especially annoying question that always seems to be asked is, Are women funny? What is that question in the hip hop world, the question or statement you’re sick of hearing?
Nyemiah Supreme: For me, it’s that aren’t women smart or competent enough to really be writing rhymes or telling their stories. If we come from the hood or come from different places, sometimes people feel like our stories aren’t valid because we’re women or we can’t talk about the things we see in our neighborhood, whether it’s violence or anything. It’s like we can’t be smart enough to do our own career by ourselves.
Siya: I don’t really get a lot of those questions, the questions are usually about my sexuality, of course. With most women I think it’s like, did you sleep with everybody to get to where you are? And it sucks.
Bia: The questions that I get are usually around comparing me or comparing us to someone else. I feel like when you’re a woman, it’s natural for them to compare you with someone else. It’s the only way to familiarize you with something that they know. I feel like we do a great job with not getting sucked into the, oh you guys aren’t supposed to be friends. You’re not supposed to like each other. I feel like those questions are very relevant. I get them all the time.
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