Big Sean releases the visual treatment for his latest single “Fire” off his upcoming Hall Of Fame LP dropping August 27. Miley Cyrus steps in as the center of the music video as symbolic images of roses and fire surround her. Cyrus’ role is meant to depict a strong woman who copes with the ups and downs of life and remains true to herself at the end of it all.
Music producer Mike Will continues his sit down with Revolt TV and gives up details on how he linked up with Miley Cyrus for her hit new single “We Can’t Stop”. Not particularly familiar with Cyrus’ past releases, Will admits he wasn’t sure of what to expect but eventually found himself excited with what the young star brought back to the table. The multi-platinum producer also speaks highly of Miley Cyrus’ upcoming album and points out fans can expect to hear nothing like “We Can’t Stop” on it.
Jay-Z who is currently promoting his new album Magna Carta Holy Grail, stopped by Hot 97 for a one-on-one interview with the lovely Angie Martinez. In this first clip above, Hov opens things up by revealing that he prefers to stay off social media platforms and enforces a certain code of ethics in his chosen circle, however, he admits to giving Lenny S. the exclusive green light to post what he desires. Jay also opens up about his memorable Q&A session with fans on Twitter, the Brooklyn Nets, and tells Angie he no longer needs money.
In part two of Hot 97’s exclusive interview with Jay-Z and Angie Martinez, Hov gives his opinion on the growing public backlash towards Miley Cyrus and the recent album releases from J. Cole, Wale and Kanye West. Jigga man also praises Kanye’s latest effort with Yeezus and explains why he feels the album is artistic and great for hip hop. Continuing with the interview, Jay enlightens Angie to the fact that Beyonce has a vault of hit records they enjoy listening to privately and also shares his experience with attending President Barack Obama’s inauguration which apparently ended up getting ratchet.