Chris Brown released his highly-anticipated new album X. Highlighted by hit singles “Loyal,” “Fine China,” “New Flame” and “Don’t Think They Know” with Aaliyah, the Virginia musician has an array of tracks to pick from in his sixth studio album. For the new LP, Breezy enlists help from fellow R&B and Hip-Hop artists Trey Songz, Brandy, Lil Wayne, Jhené Aiko, Kendrick Lamar, Akon, Tyga, R. Kelly and Rick Ross in the 17 track affair.
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Kanye West, Pharrell, and Nigo all joined the Three Stripes in what many perceived as a game-changing move. It looks like Skateboard P will be the first out of the trio to have his adidas sneaker released.
Killa season continues. Following his collaborations with Nicki Minaj and Jim Jones, Cam’ron taps 2 Chainz for “Snapped,” the lead single off his 1st of the Month, Vol. 4 EP. Cam and 2 Chainz shine while trading smooth verses over the soulful production.
According to an Instagram post, Waka Flocka Flame is currently in search of a personal “blunt roller” to assist in his daily extra-curricular weed activities for a yearly salary of $50,000. The social media job posting, which was posted on Monday, instructed inquiring candidates to use the hashtag “#ICANROLL” to apply to the herbal position.
A week ahead of its official release, Luke James self-titled debut album is ready for your listening pleasure.
The 35-year-old, who is currently promoting his upcoming The UR Experience tour, demolished the course like a veteran Navy Seal — jumping over objects, climbing walls and hanging off railings like a professional.
Love takes over in the cinematic video for August Alsina’s “No Love (Remix)” co-starring Nicki Minaj. In the Benny Boom-directed clip, August and Nicki play lovers, but their relationship is non-exclusive. He hits the club with another woman, while Nicki waits at home.
Ahead of their upcoming joint tour, Chris Brown and Trey Songz team up on a pair of remixes. The R&B heartthrobs put their spin on ILoveMakonnen’s Drake-assisted single “Tuesday” as well as Snootie Wild and K Camp’s “Made Me.”