Ferg Fergie is back. Eight years after releasing her multi-platinum debut The Dutchess, the Black Eyed Peas frontwoman returns with her new single “L.A.LOVE (la la).” From L.A. to London, the Cali native reps cities around the globe on the DJ Mustard-produced banger.
“Lay back, slow it down / Better represent when we come to your town,” she raps.
Fergie is in the lab with Mike WiLL-Made It working on her second solo album, which is expected to be released in 2015.
Hear Fergie’s long-awaited comeback record below.
Kendrick Lamar is finally back to work!
At 7:00 AM ET, the world was impacted with K. Dot’s first record from up his upcoming GKMC follow up. DJ Rahki provides the break-beat influenced sounds as Kendrick waxes poetic about loving yourself and standing up for what you believe in.
Premiered by Power 105, the record will be available on iTunes soon.
It’s been nearly six years since Jamie Foxx released his R&B banger ‘Blame It’ in 2009, and since then he’s been seemingly concentrating on his acting career.
Now the multitalented artist is back with a new single, ‘Party Ain’t A Party’ featuring 2 Chainz. He picks up right where he left off, singing about having a good time at the club.
“Fresh kicks, fresh cut about to roll out / Pull up on the scene pull a roll out / Shorty in the nipple print shirt, is she happy to see me or is it cold out,” croons Foxx, using Auto-Tune.
Overall, the song could have the potential to be as big as ‘Blame It,’ but an underwhelming 2 Chainz verse could hurt its chances. “I keep her straight like a band too, I keep it straight like 12:30 / I f— over your girl hairdo, if it’s curly I straighten it, if it’s straightened I leave it curly,” he rhymes.
The cut borrows from Queen Pen’s 1997 song, ‘Party Ain’t A Party,’ which earned the rapper a Soul Train Music Award.
Two of the biggest stars in music are teaming up for one epicproject. Beyoncé and Jay Z are reportedly working on a joint album.
Yes, you heard right. According to Dash Radio’s DJ Skee (viaJust Jared), the superstar couple is in the studio recordingall-new music.
While no official announcement has been made, sources close to the Carters tell Skee that the album is set for release in late 2014 or early 2015.
The power duo have collaborated numerous times in the past, but this would mark their first full-length project. Most recently, they scored a hit with “Drunk in Love” for Beyoncé’s self-titled album, while Mrs. Carter appears on “Part II (On the Run)” off Jay’s Magna Carta…Holy Grail.
The news comes after the Carters wrapped their co-headlining “On the Run Tour” in Paris over the weekend. The concert will air this Saturday on HBO.
After restoring “Hope” on their first single, Jagged Edge is “Ready” to settle down. The R&B group—Brian, Brandon, Kyle, and Richard—sings about starting a family on the tender R&B ballad.
“I never thought I’d say this, I think I’m ready to be in love,” they croon.
J.E. Heartbreak 2, the follow-up to their 2000 album, is due October 27 featuring production from Jermaine Dupri.
UK’s rising star Sam Smith made quite a statement with his album, In The Lonely Hour. Now, Smith is crossing over to hip-hop with his remix of “I’m Not The Only One” featuring A$AP Rocky. On the track, A$AP adds two new verses and even borrows Kanye’s line from “Gold Digger.” Check it above.
LL Cool J turns up with a remix to Tinashe’s hit “2 On.” The hip-hop icon gives the ladies butterflies while flowing over a sample of Dr. Dre’s West Coast classic “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang.”
“This album is hard. 85% of is just knockin’ beats. And current. We’re not trying to put our ’95 high school ringson,” he told Fuse.
This is a hot track! I am rocking it OUT!
Some of hip-hop’s biggest A-listers have teamed up for one of the genre’s most powerful collaborations, “Don’t Shoot” an outcry about the controversial police killing of Ferguson teen Michael Brown.
Spearheaded by the Game, the song features 10 additional rappers — Diddy, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, Swizz Beatz, Curren$y, 2 Chainz, Wale, DJ Khaled, Problem, and Fabolous. R&B singers King Pharaoh, Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank (the latter comprising the group TGT) also take part in the all-star statement song.
“Don’t Shoot’s” sentiment is similar to two legendary, all-star, anti-violence hip-hop records, the East Coast’s “Self Destruction” in 1989 and the West Coast’s “We’re All in the Same Gang” in 1990.
Hours after announcing his new album Shady XV, Eminem has unleashed his new single “Guts Over Fear” featuring Sia. Slim Shady reflects on the highs and lows of his career on the empowering anthem about acceptance.
“So this is for every kid whose all they ever did was dreamt that one day just getting accepted / I represent him and her and anyone similar / You are the reason that I made this song,” he raps.
The song can also be heard in the trailer for The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington. Eminem’s ninth album Shady XV arrives November 28.
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New Music from Chris Brown saying it is over with a Certain “X”! Hmm.. you never know. Rihanna or Karrueche?
Please stay out of trouble, Chris.