Chris Brown recruits Lil Wayne and French Montana for his new catchy single, “Loyal,” which is set to drop on Brown’s upcoming LP, X. The party song finds Brown and his features having some fun and dropping cautionary bars for male listeners when it comes to the opposite sex. In fact, Brown’s doesn’t hold back on his latest offering and warns that women aren’t to be trusted but rather accessories for a good evening. It’s all about the jump off and lavishin’ livin’ for Brown and company on this one. .
Eminem teased fans with a short preview just the other day and now he unveils the full version of his new music video with Rihanna for, “The Monster.” The track serves as the latest single from Eminem and showcases the Detroit native in a few scenes that represent some memorable moments in his career. Check out Em as he reflects on his past accolades and battles with some of his inner demons on his lastest offering while Rihanna takes the wheel on the chorus.
Kid Cudi takes to the net to serve up a new infectious single titled, “Satellite Flight,” which is the first single from his upcoming project, Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon EP. The former G.O.O.D. Music artist takes listeners to space with his familiar intergalltic lingo and this time the crooner is seduing the ladies to check out his satellite. Take a listen to the latest offering from the moon man.
Migos releases a new bouncy song titled, “Ounces,” in support of their current #MigosMonday promotional leaks. Take a listen to the rapper’s do their thing over a down South inspired instrumental courtesy of Zaytoven and Metro Boomin’. The Atlanta natives laces the track with their familiar drug inspired lines and boast about their flashy lifestyles. YRN 2 is set to drop in January.
Wiz Khalifa’s latest song, “Got Me Some More,” was debuted on The Sway In The Morning show on Shade 45. DJ Bonics did the honors of unveiling Khalifa’s new track which will be featured on the rapper’s upcoming LP, Blacc Hollwood. Take a listen to the new Young Chop produced banger.
Wale sits down for a candid interview at HOT 97 with Peter Rosenberg and Ebro off the air. The MMG rapper wastes no time in explaining his side of things when it comes to his recent beef with Complex Magazine. Wale addresses his comments and reveals that he feels his past beef with KiD CuDi has something to do with why he feels the publication snubs him. As the conversation continues, Wale admits he received numerous phone calls from people like JAY Z and DJ Premier after his angry phone call was leaked.
Skateboard P catches up with FUSE and gives up a couple hints at what possibly fans can hope to hear from him in the near future. Pharrell gets into details on his recent work for the upcoming Spider-Man 2 film as he was chosen to score it along with Hans Zimmer. The N.E.R.D. front man also shared his thoughts on how he approaches being 40-years-old.
Wale felt some type of way towards Complex Magazine and recently made a phone call to associate editor Insanul Ahmed. Take a listen as the MMG rapper loses his mind as he vents about his frustrations with the publication and the discimination that he feels he’s a victim of. Ahmed at several points in the conversation attempts to reason with Wale and clarify things but the rapper never gives him a chance to talk and instead goes off and threatens the to knock out members of the stage. Before hanging up, Wale promises to head into the office the following day.
Vado serves up a new bangin’ street anthem with, “Look Me In My Eyes,” featuring Rick Ross and French Montana. The New York rapper keeps it all the way thorough with his signature street tales and drug coded bars. “Look Me In My Eyes” is Vado’s latest single which will be featured on his upcoming EP, Sinatra.
Grand Hustle’s B.o.B recently hit the stage on The Arsenio Hall Show and performed his latest single, “John Doe,” featuring Priscilla. The song is featured on Bobby Ray’s new LP, Underground Luxury. Check out B.o.B. as he turned the energy up for viewers at home and showcased his skills on the guitar.