Posted: November 8th.
Since Bia signed to I am Other, she’s been constantly in the studio working on new muzika, and she revealed last week an Artwork of her debut mixtape titled #CHOLASEASON, that will have 5 Pharrell produced tracks among other. The 15 track mixtape is due November 11th through datpiff.com. Check out the entire Tracklist below.
Bia – #CHOLASEASON (2014)
01 – #CHOLASEASON (Direk, Crystal Caines)
02 – Chain Swang feat. Pharrell & Fam-Lay (Pharrell Williams)
03 – Jug Dance (Illa)
04 – La Tirana (Crystal Caines)
05 – YDKM (Emile Xclusive)
06 – Around The World (Snippet) (Pharrell Williams)
07 – Weekend In Vegas (Blackjab, Crystal Caines)
08 – Medusa (Snippet) (Pharrell Williams)
09 – Mo Apology (Snippet) (Pharrell Williams)
10 – Spend It (Snippet) (Pharrell Williams)
11 – Class Of 2112 (Youngroc)
12 – Hood Pass (Illa)
13 – Love No More feat. (Crystal Caines)
14 – Medicine Man (Veryrvre)
15 – High (Kaznyk)
Bia – Chain Swang feat Pharrell & Fam-Lay (14′)
Bia – No Apology (14′)
Bia – Around The World (Snippet) (14′)
Bia – Spend It (Snippet) (14′)
Bia – Medusa (Snippet) (14′)
Genesis drummer is surprised… Phil Collins says he was “flattered” when he heard that US producer Pharrell Williams wants to work with him. The former Genesis drummer said he would consider doing something with Pharrell, despite admitting that he was surprised he is a fan. “I’m flattered that they’ve expressed the interest publicly, risking their careers in doing so,”
Collins told Rolling Stone. “Anything is possible and I certainly would investigate doing that if I did think about doing something.” Last month, Collins said he had not plans to record another solo album in a bizarre interview with The Times newspaper. Would you like to see them work together?
The Neptunes and former Star Trak artist Kelis have collaborated on a Phil Collins Tribute album 13 Years Ago, yes kids, back in 2001 on the compilation album titled ‘Urban Renewal: The Songs Of Phil Collins’ with Kelis‘ ‘I Don’t Care Anymore’ (The song is a hidden track on the Wanderland album) and with Brian McKnight on ‘I Wish It Would Rain Down’, you can check both tunes below.
Kelis – I Don’t Care Anymore feat. Pharrell (01′)
Brian McKnight – I Wish It Would Rain Down (01′)
Jay-Z, Pharrell, Beyoncé & Co.
The stars came out to celebrate the 50th Birthday of veteran publishing executive “Big” Jon Platt at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills on Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carter were both in the house. Jay-Z toasted his longtime friend, who signed him to EMI Publishing in 1996, with a heartfelt speech, while Beyoncé sang “Happy Birthday.”
Pharrell & JoiStaRR
The intimate dinner also brought out Pharrell, Diddy, Jermaine Dupri, and Mary Mary. Celebs took to the photo booth to snap memories, while DJ D-Nice worked the turntables. Prior to joining Warner/Chappell Music in 2012, Platt spent 17 years at EMI, signing artists such as Kanye West, Drake, and Usher.
Terrence Thornton, better known as Pusha T., is one half of the group Clipse and enjoyed a ton of success in hip-hop in the early 2000s along with his brother Malice, who made up the other half of the duo. After Malice took a step back from Music, Pusha T. took the opportunity to explore the solo lane and put out music on his own. He was quickly signed by longtime friend and fellow rapper Kanye West, who added Push to his G.O.O.D Music imprint.
From there, a true star was born, as Push became one of the most consistent artists in the game over the last few years, putting out phenomenal projects one after the other. First, we had the groundbreaking Fear Of God series, followed by Wrath Of Caine, which warmed us up for My Name Is My Name, the seasoned vet’s debut solo LP.
His follow-up album King Push is rumored to be dropping in the not-so-distant future, so we figured we’d take this time to count down our favorite tracks from the Virginia rapper. His style has influenced many of the young artists of today, with vivid storytelling and clever wordplay set to ahead of its time, envelope-pushing production. Hotnewhiphop.com run down their 10 Favorite, as well as a bunch that just missed the cut.
On Tour With Cris Cab, Episode 10 – PJ McGinnis (2014)
By Dell. Well-respected Japanese streetwear pioneer, NIGO takes a break from his Adidas Originals and Uniqlo collaboration ventures and decides to focus on his personal mature menswear line HUMAN MADE. The BAPE Founder drops off the lookbook for his brands new Fall/Winter collection.
Showcasing all the many new styles of high-quality detailed denim, plaid shirts, t-shirts, crewnecks, bomber jackets, accessories and much more. The HUMAN MADE Fall/Winter Collection will be available in the next couple months over at the HUMAN MADE online shop.
Back in 2005, I was reading on Brent Paschke’s Myspace Page that he was working with the Canadian songwriter and recording artist Fefe Dobson on her Second Studio album, where he commented that he did the guitar on one of Chad and Pharrell’s production for Fefe Dobson. So, 3 years later, her album ‘Sunday Love’ leaked on the net without any information whether The Neptunes track made the cut or not, so I had to check it out myself to see if the tune made the cut.
Originally slated for release in 2005, the release date was pushed back a number of times by Island Records before its eventual cancellation. After checkin’ the album out, I thought the whole time, that The Neptunes track from the album was always ‘If I Was a Guy’, but thanks to Forum Member Skletch and Seven Years of waiting, Fefe Dobson’s album ‘Sunday Love’ officialy released digitally on the iTunes Store on December 18, 2012, with some new tunes which has The Neptunes track that Brent Paschke and The Neptunes worked on, which is called ‘In The Kissah’, you can check it out below.
Fefe Dobson – In The Kissah (06′)
Pharrell brang out Chad Hugo and Shae Haley to the stage to perform some N*E*R*D classics at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles just for Tyler, The Creator, you can see him break down in tears in the front row, amazing.
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