Music producer Irv Gotti set social media on fire yesterday when he released a snippet of Keyshia Cole and Iggy Azalea‘s remake of Notorious BIG’s “Mo Money, Mo Problems”.
According to Thatgrapejuice.com, the track will be featured on the soundtrack to the forthcoming romantic comedy ‘The Other Woman’ starring Nicki Minaj, Cameron Diaz, and more.
Listen to the snippets below.
Beyonce’s latest single, “Partion”, off her self-titled album, premiered just moments ago online. The music video after the break is the clean version.
A Colombian Councilman has denounced Colombia’s national treasure Shakira for helping Bajan singer Rihanna to — in his words — “promote lesbianism” in Shakira’s new music video.
Marco Fidel Ramirez, a conservative Christian politician from Bogota, tweeted that Shakira’s music video for “Can’t Remember to Forget You” was “simply disgusting” and an “unabashed glorification of lesbianism.”
In the music video, Shakira and Rihanna wear skimpy bathing suits and caress each other passionately.
I totally agree with a NY Post writer who slammed Jay Z for greenlighting his wife Beyonce’s disgraceful strip tease routine during the 2014 Grammy Awards. Beyonce is a grown woman who should have known better. If she really is such a talented performer, she failed to convince millions of viewers who tuned in to see a show, not a lap dance. Then Jay Z comes out onstage wearing a tuxedo to dance with his wife who is barely dressed. They both looked like idiots.
NY Post writer Naomi Schaefer Riley summed it up best when she wrote: “What do you call a man who stands there smiling and singing as his scantily clad wife straddles a chair and shakes her rear end for other men’s titillation?”
Rap mogul Clifford “T.I.” Harris Jr. appears in Jennifer Hudson’s latest music video, “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)”. The track, which was produced by Pharrell Williams, has a soulful 1980s vibe. The sampled bassline is from “Im’ In Love” by Evelyn ” Champagne” King, according to 2DopeBoyz.
Watch both videos after the break.
Some of you weren’t even born when the youngest in charge, Special Ed dropped his blazing debut album of the same name when he was a mere lad of 16. Propelled by the album’s scorchers, “I Got It Made” and “I’m The Magnificent,” Ed’s album, Youngest in Charge, went on to sell more than 500,000 copies in 1989.
The Jamaican-born rhyme slayer followed up those hits with “Come On, Let’s Move It” off his sophomore album Legal, which dropped in 1990 when Ed turned 18.
But where is Special Ed now?
A West London radio station has banned Beyonce’s latest single from the station’s airwaves due to the song’s raunchy lyrics.
Bang FM banned Beyonce’s single “Drunk In Love” off her newly released self-titled album because the song contains “promotion of domestic violence against women.”