We do. We really do.
By kathy iandoli Apr 16, 2013 9:13PM
Merely hours after DJ Khaled dropped the Drake-concocted mantra "No New Friends," the Drizz returns with his own track "Girls Love Beyoncé." Does this song really have anything to do with Beyoncé? Not even a little bit. Okay, well a little bit as James Fauntleroy interpolates the classic Destiny's Child hook from "Say My Name." The buck kind of stops there though.
Because this song killed me. And not in a good way.
By Danielle Cheesman Apr 16, 2013 1:34PM
We've seen what can become of songs from Baz Luhrmann-directed films. Des'ree's uber-melodramatic "Kissing You" literally provided the soundtrack to the first moment Romeo and Juliet meet in the 1996 movie remake, and is still, like, the quintessential make-out tune (so much so that Beyonce did her own cover a whole decade later). And in 2001, the revamped version of "Lady Marmalade" from "Moulin Rouge" garnered a weeks-long #1 ranking on the Billboard charts and Grammy awards for all its singers: Christina Aguilera, Pink, Mya and Lil' Kim.
By Danielle Cheesman Apr 15, 2013 10:09AM
If you missed that time in 2011 that Danish soul duo Quadron flawlessly covered Lauryn Hill's "Ex-Factor" in a Vienna courtyard using only an omnichord and some fist-beating on a table like some sort of cafeteria wonderkid clan, then keep reading to catch up on why you should jump on their already overcrowded bandwagon.
The rapper and MMG kingpin offers a formal apology
By kathy iandoli Apr 12, 2013 2:35PM
Rick Ross has had quite a tumultuous relationship with the public as of late. After his line on Rocko's "U.O.E.N.O." suggested he was capable of date rape, it's been downhill ever since. Reebok has taken part in that spiral, dropping him from his deal with the famed sneaker brand. Well, the Bawse has finally responded.
Hear politicians talk rap lyrics.
By kathy iandoli Apr 11, 2013 1:29PM
Earlier we posted Jay-Z's "Open Letter" featuring Timbaland and produced by Swizz Beatz. Everyone heard it...including the White House.
With Swizz on the Beatz
By kathy iandoli Apr 11, 2013 7:58AM
Some artists send out press releases to announce new power moves, Jay-Z drops a track...
No Mr. Carter, but Mrs. Carter will be there.
By kathy iandoli Apr 10, 2013 12:15PM
Made In America was the festival to be at last year, as Philadelphia played the hosting city to Jay-Z's first two-day long soiree. Acts included Jay-Z as the headliner with Pearl Jam, Drake, Run-DMC, all of Maybach Music Group and many many others. This year there are some repeats, but a lot of new faces.
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