Monday, March 24, 2014

Chris Brown Releases New Video Loyal Featuring Lil Wayne & Tyga...A lot of Cameos in this one

Chris Brown shows off his dancing skills for his latest visual, “Loyal.” Featuring his homies Lil Wayne and Tyga, the fellas drive home the message that most girls are only looking to join the money team.

The club-ready cut is set to appear on CB’s album due out later this year.

Keep your eyes peels for cameos from Usher, Trey Songz and Ty Dolla $ign.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

The Gods R Back JAY Z feat Jay Elctronica We Made It (Freestyle)

After a long hiatus, Jay Electronica drops his second song in one month. This time around, Electronica recruits Jay Z for his remix to Drake and Soulja Boy’s "We Made It." Check it out below:

While Electronica spits religious references, Jay Z takes a subtle shot at Drake: "Sorry Mr. Drizzy for so much art talk/ Silly me rappin' 'bout shit that I really bought/ Why these rappers rap about guns they ain't shot?/ And a bunch of other silly shit that they ain't got."
In his recent interview with Rolling Stone, Drake spoke on Jay Z’s "art references": "It's like Hov can't drop bars these days without at least four art references! I would love to collect at some point, but I think the whole rap/art world thing is getting kind of corny."
Jay Z hears everything. Don't you forget it.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Artist To Watch #6 In 2014 Audio Push

6. Audio Push
The Hit-Boy sponsored duo has been making waves lately. Their mixtape “Come As You Are” was released to extremely positive feedback and their single “Shine” found its way onto major New York radio on Hot 97. The duo is one to keep an eye – some might say the last great duo in hip-hop was Outkast and duos are hard to make work. Besides the obvious factor of chemistry, style, and opinion, the music industry is tough enough to navigate as a solo artist where one makes the decisions themselves, much less with someone else. Regardless, Audio Push ended the year off strong and it will be interesting to see what they do in 2014. Recently they have dropped songs Featuring Lil Wayne "Space Jam" and there newest Single "Shine" has been received well.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

It'S Official & It's Exclusive Drake & Rihanna now an Item

According to TMZ, the Umbrella star, 26, wants to devote serious, quality to Drake because he treats her so well.
They also report that Drake, 27 - real name Aubrey Graham - is equally smitten, with one source saying 'He's in the best mood he's been in a long time.'
The status upgrade of their romance is just the latest step in the pair's thriving relationship.

They have repeatedly been seen together at various venues across the world, including Soixante Dix Neuf nightclub in Paris, Hooray Henry's in West Hollywood, Nobu restaurant in London, and Izakaya in Amsterdam.
They were also seen partying for two consecutive nights after Drake's performance at Manchester's Phones4U arena on Tuesday and Wednesday, this week.
Last month, the Hold On hitmaker even invited Rihanna onstage at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy. Riri and Drizzy - who dated in 2010 - performed her track Pour It Up, as well as their flirty 2011 duet Take Care, in front of 17,000 screaming fans.

Although neither Rihanna or Drake have revealed anything on Twitter, Rihanna may well be showing signs of love - after seeing her appetite soar.
According to the Sunday Mirror the singer has become hooked on Wotsit crisps and ordered the Walkers snack repeatedly while staying at London’s luxury Cafe Royal.
Meanwhile, Drake's feelings seemed to manifest in a more traditional way. He recently spoke about his feelings for Rihanna, saying: 'I mean, I think about it. Like, "Man that would be good". We have fun together. She’s cool and s**t. That’s my dog for life.’

The musician has openly admitted that Rihanna broke his heart when she ditched him after their first attempt at dating, but insisted it's not something he holds against her.

He said in 2011: 'At the time it hurt, but she didn't mean to. I'll never put that on her. I was hurt because I slowly started to realise what it was. I guess I thought it was more.'

Monday, March 17, 2014

Artist To Watch In 2014 #7 Mike Mitch

Mike Mitch is part of the rise of the new "Rap God's" and soon to be industry freshmen. Hailing from NY and raised in Harlem Mike's poetic words, and meaningful lyrics, permeate the essence of what Mike  is all about. In short this guy is a master Wordsmith and his eccentric rhyme schemes are so lethal you find yourself rewinding tracks reminiscent to hearing Eminem for the first time.

Mike’s current body or work and Resume speak for itself, he's opened up for the likes of artist like 2 Chainz, & Travis Porter, and has recently been on a tear all over New York state area expanding and improving his skills as a writer and now also as an engineer.

Mike Mitch isn’t alone in his journey to be the top artist to watch in 2014. With producer/artist/engineer & friend Live Bradshaw, producer Cler-Vision and his own expanding video production company (Limitless Imprint Entertainment) expect to see & hear a lot from this self-sufficient artist and his brand. 

For 2014 he has a lot in store ranging  from EP’s with fellow Harlem artists Live Bradshaw & Flyy Quest, one full collaborative mixtape with Harlem up and coming artist Mark Twayne titled B.A.R.S (Black and Righteous Soldiers), and he will debut his second original project I.E (Intoxicated Enlightment). Down below is links to Mike's music & videos.

Shook Ones BET Inspired Cypher

Test Dummy 3, Treasure & Trash Visuals -

Currently Mike has dropped a mix tape collection titled “Test Dummy” volumes 1 thru 3

An all original music project Titled Acts of an Upperclassman

Saturday, March 15, 2014

(Update) Chris Brown In Jail for 30 Days. "Do It For Rehab Nah I Aint Gone Do It"

Chris Brown was arrested today (March 14) for allegedly violating his probation, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The singer was apprehended in Malibu, California by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies for violating his probation related to his 2009 conviction for assaulting Rihanna, whom he was dating. Brown was arrested at the facility where he was undergoing anger management rehab and is being held in Los Angeles without bail.

The report does not say how Brown is accused of violating his probation.

In October, he was arrested for felony assault after allegedly attacking a man outside of a hotel.

The singer was reportedly approached at approximately 4:30 am by two women who wanted to take a picture with him in front of the W Hotel in Washington, D.C., according to law enforcement. When two men attempted to get into the photo, Brown allegedly used a gay slur before allegedly throwing a punch at the alleged victim.

In November, the Virginia native was sentenced to a 90-day anger management rehab program, which also included community service and drug tests.

Friday, March 14, 2014

The Giants left Justin Tuck

There is too often no room for sentiment. Money talks, Giants walk. They all do.
So I can’t blame Justin Tuck for leaving the Giants for the Raiders and his new two-year, $11 million deal ($5.5 million guaranteed).
However, The Post has learned, Justin Tuck felt he had to leave — because the Giants made him an insulting offer he could refuse.
This was a sad day for Big Blue, and bittersweet day for Tuck, who left his heart in New Jersey and New York because, according to those close to him, he felt disrespected by a low-ball offer from the team he loved.
Tuck put on a happy face in Oakland on Thursday, excited about the next stage of his football life in Silver & Black, but inside beat a broken heart.
Because he felt he had no choice but to take the money and run when Giants GM Jerry Reese finally made him an offer on Tuesday.
It was approximately half of what the Raiders offered.
For the defensive captain of the Giants. A heart-and-soul player. Who wanted to retire a Giant.
“He was devastated,” a Tuck confidante said. “The guy was heartbroken. What they did was a complete, blatant lack of respect.”
Tuck learned of the Giants’ offer after linebacker O’Brien Schofield, who then flunked his physical, received a two-year, $8 million offer. Tuck learned of the offer after the Giants signed Jon Beason to a deal that will pay him $12 million over two years and possibly $19 million over three ($7 million guaranteed).
Schofield has 11.5 sacks over 50 NFL games. Tuck had 11 sacks last season.
Crumbs for Captain Tuck anyway.
No one walks in another man’s shoes, of course. Tuck has a beautiful wife and two young sons. He is one of the good guys, a role model and true professional, for nine years part of the fabric of this city, a fixture at the Garden, a giant in the community with Tuck’s R.U.S.H. for Literacy.
He deserved better.
It would be easy to make the case Tuck deserved to be treated the way the Steelers have treated Troy Polamalu in the twilight of his career, the way the Ravens have treated Terrell Suggs in the twilight of his career.
Tuck’s crime? He’ll turn 31 at the end of the month.
Reese is paid to make these kinds of tough decisions, and the Giants appear to be in the midst of a youth movement of sorts.
Tuck is no babe in the woods, he has seen Giants come and go, and now he learns the hard way what a cruel business this football business can be.
He sacrificed a chance to win a third Super Bowl championship to go to a Black Hole, where Commitment to Excellence has been a distant memory.
He left a division that is very much up for grabs for a chance to chase Peyton Manning and the formidable Broncos and Andy Reid’s Chiefs. Good luck with that.
He left the greatest city in the land for — no disrespect intended — a city that toils in the shadow of San Francisco.
He left a locker room inside which he served, along with Antrel Rolle, as Tom Coughlin’s defensive lieutenant.
He joins a team that just had two of its best players, defensive end Lamarr Houston and offensive tackle Jared Veldheer, flee.
A team quarterbacked not by Eli Manning, a quarterback he forever trusted, a quarterback with three prime years remaining at least, but by Matt McGloin, at least for now.
To his credit, Tuck changed his workout program and remade his body and stayed healthy. He leaves the Giants with 60.5 sacks and 453 tackles.
The money is always greener, but the grass isn’t. He can ask Osi Umenyiora how he enjoyed last season in Atlanta. He can ask Neil O’Donnell, who left the Super Bowl Steelers for a five-year, $25 million deal, how he enjoyed his two seasons as a Jet.
He looked happy enough, smiling beneath a black Raiders cap on his new club’s website, and it sounded like he was happy enough when he said: “Obviously, everyone knows I love the New York Giants, and I appreciate nine years of my career being there, but I just wanted a new fresh start and I think Oakland is definitely a good place to be. Everyone knows the fan base is great out here.”
He talked about the Raiders tradition and said: “I just want to be a part of the group that brings it back.”
He’ll still have his Subway commercials. But he won’t get to retire as a Giant, the way Michael Strahan did. The way Lawrence Taylor did. You can’t put a price tag on that.
He was class from the moment he was drafted out of Notre Dame, a go-to-guy for the media. He will never be forgotten for the way he got after Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLII.
“I feel like I have a lot of great football left in me,” Tuck said.
But the Giants didn’t.
On his Facebook page, beneath a photo of him defeating a blocker in his red, white and blue 91 jersey, he thanked his old fans and his old team for the memories:
“I just want to thank the New York Giants fans. My family and I have appreciated your support on and off the field, and it’s been incredible playing for you the last nine years. Also, I want to thank the Giants organization for being nothing but first class, and for the opportunity to win 2 championships.”
He was true Blue to the end. And when he landed back home Thursday night, part of him was $ilver & Black, and part of him was blue.