After Skateboard P decided to share the artwork to his upcoming album, “GIRL,” it didn’t take very long for people to notice that there wasn’t any particular dark skinned women featured on the cover. The assumption was quickly made that perhaps Pharrell had a preference for women that weren’t black or dark skinned. However, that could be further from the truth as Pharrell recently phoned into Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to clear things up and offer up a response to the negative feedback.
Pharrell has been on fire as of late and shows no signs of slowing up anytime soon. While recently out in the UK for a scheduled performance at The BRIT Awards, Skateboard P decided to give some journalists an exclusive listen to his upcoming solo LP, G I R L. Take a look at the official tracklist below for details and fans can expect to purchase Pharrell’s latest offering when it releases on March 3.
1. Marilyn Monroe
2. Brand New (feat. Justin Timberlake)
6. Come Get It (feat. Miley Cyrus)
7. Gust of Wind (feat. Daft Punk)
8. Lost Queen
10. You Know Who You Are (feat. Alicia Keys)
11. It Girl
B.o.B. gives his fans a taste of what they can expect to hear on his new DJ Drama hosted project, Underground Luxury, with a new sampler made up of snippets. Take a listen to the short previews from the Grand Hustle artist as he serves up one continuous track that runs just shy of 15 minutes. Underground Luxury will be available on December 17 and can be pre-ordered over on iTunes.
The Alchemist and Evidence gear up to finally release their anticipated collaborative project entitled Lord Steppington. The Step Brothers have made mention of the album in year’s past and have now decided to bless fans with its release on January 14 courtesy of Rhymesayers Entertainment. Take a look as the official artwork was unveiled today along with a new song titled “Ron Carter” which will not be showcased on the album. For all the details, check out the tracklist information provided and be on the look out for the LP’s first single and music video which is set to drop on November 19.
1.) “More Wins”
2.) “Dr. Kimble”
3.) “Byron G” f/ Domo Genesis & The Whooliganz (produced by Evidence)
4.) “Legendary Mesh”
5.) “No Hesitation” f/ Styles P
6.) “Swimteam Rastas”
7.) “Mums In The Garage” f/ Action Bronson
8.) “See The Rich Man Play” f/ Roc Marciano
9.) “Banging Sound” f/ Fashawn
10.) “Step Masters”
11.) “Tomorrow” f/ Rakka Iriscience & Blu
12.) “Draw Something” f/ Oh No
13.) “Buzzing Away”
14.) “Just Step”
Revolt TV catches up with Rick Ross, Future, Meek Mill and DJ Khaled to discuss We The Best Music Group and the upcoming Suffering From Success LP. Watch as Rozay breaks down Khaled’s work ethic and his accomplishments before reassuring fans they’re in for an experience with Suffering From Success. Future opens up about his chemistry with DJ Khaled in the studio and gives up details behind his contributions to the album. Back out on the streets, DJ Khaled delivers some commentary on what fans can expect to hear from him and promises viewers he’ll be at the monumental launch for Revolt TV.
FUSE catches up with marijuana enthusiast Devin The Dude to discuss and break down his upcoming eighth album, One For The Road. Speaking candidly with Esteban, The Dude gets into details behind standout tracks “Probably Should Have,” “Fresh Air” and “Herb The Nation.” Devin also touches on the different approach he decided to take for putting the project together and clarifies the type of sound that fans can expect to hear from him. One For The Road is now available for purchase.
Termanology is back with another standout track called “Take My Turn” featuring Action Bronson and singer Jared Evan off his his new album titled Goya (Guns or Yay Available). Produced by Shorty Fuz, the smooth track finds Term dropping braggadocios rhymes on his female interests, living the high life and hitting the streets to put in work while Bronson follows suit but finds the time to include raps about different cuisines. Evan takes the wheel on the track’s melodic chorus.