Jamie Foxx new album just leaked on the net, and he has a new collaboration with Pharrell on the tune ‘Tease’. What you straight up realize is, that the tune sounds like a leftover from the Omarion/Bobby V session around 2008/09, which is pretty dope, and this could easily go to Prince, check out the banger below.
The two have worked together a handful of times in the past: they were each featured on Twista’s “When I Get You Home (A.I.O.U.),” and The Neptunes-produced LL Cool J’s “Best Dress” and Diddy’s “Partners For Life,” both of which feature Foxx. Plus, Foxx starred in Pharrell’s “Happy” music video a year ago.
Jamie Foxx – Tease feat. Pharrell (15′)
Jamie Foxx – Hollywood: A Story Of Dozen Roses (2015) (May 19th)
01 – Dozen Roses Part 1
02 – You Changed Me feat. Chris Brown
03 – Like A Drum feat. Wale
04 – Another Dose
05 – Tease feat. Pharrell
06 – Baby’s In Love feat. Kid Ink
07 – Text Message
08 – Hollywood
09 – Vegas Confessions
10 – Socialite
11 – Dozen Roses Part 2
12 – In Love By Now
13 – Jumping Out The Window
14 – On The Dot feat. Fabolous
15 – Dozen Roses Part 3
16 – Right Now
17 – Pretty Thing
18 – Ain’t My Fault
Alyssa Bernal is set to release some new music. She is ready to release her new single titled ‘Wasted Love’ which is due May 12th.
By Kyle Ryan. What happens when all the hustling pays off? After struggling in the streets for years to make it, and you make it to the top of the game, then what? Clipse’s stripped-down second album, Hell Hath No Fury, wallows in the trappings of success—braggadocio, remorse, paranoia, wistfulness. Nowhere is that second element more pronounced than on the album’s second track, “Momma I’m So Sorry,” and its hook, “Momma I’m so sorry / I’m so obnoxious.”
Malice, the other half of Clipse with his brother Pusha T., raps the song’s chorus, the words he rhymes with “obnoxious” offering a peek into his bad behavior: arrogance toward law enforcement (“I don’t fear Tubbs and Crockett”), the life of crime that imperils him and his family (“Got two hot rocks in my pocket”), and his failing conscience (“My only accomplice is my conscience”).
By Jay Balfour. The second season of Oxygen’s “Sisterhood Of Hip Hop” premiers on June 9. The Oxygen network’s docu-series Sisterhood Of Hip Hop is nearly back for its second season. The second round of the reality series executive produced by T.I. chronicles five female rappers as they continue to try to find success in the music industry in Los Angeles. Alongside T.I., the next season of the show includes appearances and mentorship from the likes of T-Pain, Irv Gotti, Da Brat, Tank, Funkmaster Flex, Travie McCoy, and more.
And Pusha T. is donning a new look. It appears Pusha T. has done the unthinkable. After years of harassment, the Clipse member decided to finally cut off his signature braids. Taking to his IG earlier Monday, Pusha T. posted a photo of himself receiving a $2500 dollar facial in Hong Kong with the caption “Just caught my braids off”. Unfortuantely, we don’t get to see the new look, but we’re dying to that’s for sure. No word yet as for why the change either, but we can only assume he’ll explain it to us in the near future. His sophomore album, King Push, is expected to arrive later this year.
Now, on what is apparently the first single from his upcoming LP, Staples tips the scales toward current trap music parlance. Superficially, the inclusion of Future signals this, but the key is more in the pointillistic production from chameleonic Chicago duo Christian Rich, and Staples‘ own austere flow.
Future’s contribution is not a sinuous melodic hook, as one might expect, but clipped, dry triplets: The song’s chorus is a sample cut bluntly out of the first verse of his “Covered N Money“. On the original, it was part of a rev-up to explosive euphoria, but stripped of context, the dully intoned snippet takes on a haunting, ritualistic sound.
Vince Staples – Señorita feat. Future (Christian Rich) (15’)
By Lily Mercer, photos by Mike Miller. Meet Earl Sweatshirt and Vince Staples, two cult Los Angeles lyricists that stand out amongst industry peers jumping on trends to capitalise on rapid success. Or as Earl poetically describes it, “Fishy niggas stick to eating off of hooks.” Both MCs are dedicated to the art of rap with lyrics far beyond their years. Although their back catalogues almost go back to the last decade, 2015 has seen them fully get the hang of creating music to be proud of.
In March, Earl released his latest album, ‘I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside’, an impressive body of work, entirely self-produced with the exception of one song. Later this year, Vince is expected to release his debut album following his 2014 EP, ‘Hell Can Wait’. Now aged 21, the pair first met at the age of 15. Currently touring together, with support from Remy Banks, Nyku and the Fucking Awesome skate team, the ‘Not Redy To Leave’ tour makes perfect sense for the pair who are two of the most influential in the rap scene.
You can’t miss the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight time TV schedule event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada tonight. The richest bout in boxing history and the fight is set to generate an estimated $400m (£265m). American Mayweather scaled 146lb – one pound under the welterweight limit – and Pacquiao of the Philippines 145lb will fight for the WBC, WBA and WBO welterweight titles. Pacquiao, who has 57 wins and five defeats from 64 pro fights and Yard Noise just released a new tune by Iamsu! and P-Lo of HBK Gang titled ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop’ which is produced by Chad Hugo and Yard Noise which will be featured on the Official Manny OST eventually coming out this year, check out the banger below with a free download.
By Chris Williams. Early tales from the world of Pharrell and Chad. Over the past 20 years, Virginia has been a hotbed of musical innovation. Missy Elliott. Timbaland. The Neptunes. Teddy Riley. D’Angelo. Over the past month, Chris Williams has taken an in-depth look at this area of the United States, examining why it’s birthed such talent.
In part one of our series; we discussed the origins of Missy Elliott and Timbaland. Part two featured an interview with Teddy Riley about his years in the area. In part three, we discussed the origins of Michael “D’Angelo” Archer. The final installment of this special series sees Chris Williams sitting down with Gene “No Malice” Thornton, one half of the rap duo the Clipse, Tammy Lucas, a singer and songwriter, and Shaquan “Skillz” Lewis, an MC and ghostwriter, to discuss their relationships with The Neptunes at the beginning of their career, thanks to Spaceman.
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