Tag Archives: Exclusive

26
Jan

Exclusive: Curren$y ft. Action Bronson – God Father 4

DJ Whoo Kid just sent us this highly-anticipated Spitta and Bam Bam exclusive that he premiered on Shade 45 earlier this afternoon. The collabo is produced by Nesby Phips, and will be featured on The Drive In Theatre, which is due to drop soon. Listen below, and make sure you check out our Mixtape Memories interview (Part 1 and Part 2) with DJ Whoo Kid if you missed it.

Previously: Video: Action Bronson & Chance The Rapper – NaNa (Live In Chicago) | Video: 0017th (Nesby Phips & Hollygrove Mike) ft. Curren$ y – Rubenstein Bros

Nah Right

3
Jul

Bang’n Exclusive Beats

Artist Working On A Project Need Beats So Go Here And Download Your Exclusive.

11
Feb

Video: Kid Tsunami ft. Sean Price – Bang Exclusive

Price and Kid Tsunami pay tribute to Yo! MTV Raps for this new visual from the producer’s upcoming debut LP, The Chase, due out later this year.

Previously: Mic Handz ft. Sean Price – Stay Giving It Up

Nah Right

11
Feb

Video: Kid Tsunami ft. Sean Price – Bang Exclusive

Price and Kid Tsunami pay tribute to Yo! MTV Raps for this new visual from the producer’s upcoming debut LP, The Chase, due out later this year.

Previously: Mic Handz ft. Sean Price – Stay Giving It Up

Nah Right

3
Feb

Video: Ca$h Out ft. B.o.B. – Exclusive

Previously: Ca$ h Out – Keisha (Video)

Nah Right

3
Feb

[Music Video] Ca$h Out ft B.o.B – Exclusive (Prod. Nard & B)

Ca$ h Out & Bobby Ray shoot a video for their latest track “Exclusive”, available for download after the jump.

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Atrilli

25
Jan

Ca$h Out ft B.o.B – Exclusive (Prod. Nard & B)

Off Ca$ h Out’s upcoming Patience EP.

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Atrilli

19
Jun

Exclusive: [Music Video] Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg – Talent Show

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We got you with the exclusives, as usual. Mac & Devin Go To High School available on DVD and Blu-ray July 3rd. Pre-order here! 

Atrilli

16
Feb

Rihanna and Chris Brown Are Sharing “Birthday Cake.” Musically and Personally. (Exclusive Details)

Rihanna-Birthday-Cake-2012

(A photo of Rihanna’s actual “birthday cake”….The song, “Birthday Cake” won’t be a solo.)

Is the world ready for a Rihanna and Chris Brown reunion? Well, ready or not, it is happening.

Rihanna has recorded a remix to her song “Birthday Cake” featuring Chris Brown, her Grammy-winning ex-boyfriend who was also convicted of assaulting her 3 years ago this month.

Recently, the song’s co-producers, Da Internz, hinted to MTV News, that “the feature on [the remix] is gonna shock the world.” They didn’t exaggerate. Your girl Info confirmed with two independent sources that Rihanna has Chris Brown featured on both the song and the video. He recorded both a singing verse, and a rap verse.

And as for rumors that Chris Brown attended Rihanna’s early birthday celebration after the Grammys this past Sunday….Yes, that is also true. In fact, Chris arrived at the party with Rihanna. And stayed. It was not a drive-by appearance. And the energy between the two did not appear purely platonic. The party was a small intimate one. Family members, friends, and interestingly enough, management. I imagine there were lots of mixed reactions in the room. (And no, everyone didn’t sign a confidentiality agreement)

021008_rihanna_400X400(Photo of Rihanna and Chris Brown, back when they were dating in 2009)

So…now that we’ve got the facts out…what kind of reaction will follow? I think you best brace yourselves for multiple waves of heated emotion. Crashing into each other from many directions.

But also, be clear….this resolution between volatile exes, between aggressor and victim, between two huge pop stars…has been brewing for a while. But what’s also interesting is that…while time that has evidently healed the wounds from that horrible Lamborghini ride in Los Angeles in 2009 for Rihanna…it’s clear from the reaction to Chris Brown’s 2012 Grammy win, there are still strong feelings from both men and women about CB’s post-conviction post-probation place in pop culture.

And to be frank, Chris doesn’t exactly make it easier with some of his tweets, either.

More on that, and the state of Rihanna x Chris Brown in 2012…

After the jump

Ever since Chris Brown performed (twice, actually) at the Grammys this past Sunday, a renewed sense of outrage has been flowing from the mainstream press. Some it has been fueled by a very disturbing twitter trend, young CB fans referencing his domestic violence conviction as a badge of fandom. These were collected by Buzzfeed (25 Extremely Upsetting Reactions To Chris Brown At The Grammys), and then discussed on sites like The Rumpus (Dear Young Ladies Who Love Chris Brown So Much They Would Let Him Beat Them). These were pieces that were shared up to 47,000 times, and tweeted thousands of times as well.

Disturbing-Chris-Brown-Fan-Tweet

*cringe*

Then there was country singer Miranda Lambert’s unsolicited reaction to Chris Brown’s appearance on the Grammys and his win (fyi: she references “Gunpowder and Lead,” a song she wrote about domestic abuse):

Miranda-Lambert-Chris-Brown-Tweet

Now, without condoning Brown’s terrible violence against Rihanna, I think Lambert’s suggest that there should be a Grammy penalty box is a bit unrealistic. If that were the case, how long would the probationary period be for legal offenders? Anything longer than a month would make it difficult for a whole lot of musicians. Not just rappers and R&B singers. And would Chris Brown’s “place” be the court-mandated chain-gang he was on in 2010? Should he volunteer for additional work detail in exchange for Grammy airtime? Or should the Grammy show producers do some garbage pick-up to earn the right to ask CB to dance and cartwheel. The whole thing is a slippery slope. And it’s made that much more slippery, when Chris himself gets to tweeting (and then deleting) things like:

Chris-brown-Grammy-Reaction-Tweet

It seems like Chris has earned the right to move professionally past constant apology. But is it unrealistic for him to think that his mistake will ever be not an issue for the general public? He has earned the music awards and accolades he’s gotten. So whose responsibility is it to restrict the amount of spotlight he gets moving forward?

Clearly Rihanna and Chris have been getting closer and working together for a little while now. You don’t record a song, shoot a video, and decide to show up together at a party overnight. And there is the fact that Chris is still publicly dating a stylist named Karrueche Tran, who left L.A. with Chris the day after Rihanna’s birthday. So now we wait for the actual “Birthday Cake” reveal…and all the renewed debate that will follow.

Some debates are good ones. They move us forward even. Will a real “Rihanna Loves Chris Brown 2012″ have the opposite effect? Does that make a difference to either of them?

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30
Jan

Drake on Whether He Will Respond to Common and His Shots at Vanessa Bryant [Exclusive]

Back in November when Common dropped “Sweet”, the second single from his most recent full length, a couple of lines that sounded suspiciously like shots at Drake immediately caught people’s attention. Com beat around the bush for a while, as rappers are known to do, before eventually admitting that those shots were in fact aimed at the young superstar. Strongly worded statements were then exchanged between the two on the original version of Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin” and a subsequent remix before the conflict appeared to fizzle.

Common told Rolling Stone last week that he’s finished with the beef and Drake has had ample time to record a response if he felt the need to do so. I recently caught up with him while he was on the set of his video for “The Zone” with The Weeknd and asked him about another “controversial” line from “Stay Schemin”, whether we should expect a second Common response and if there was any truth to the rumor that he fired his entire staff.

So people want to know: will you respond to Common?
No. Because despite how it’s been worded by him that situation is not a “hip hop moment” or a “battle for the sake of musical integrity”…it’s a ploy for attention around the release of an album. More than anything it was just disappointing cause what kid isn’t a fan of what Common has done for our genre. A guy who made such an incredible career for himself based off expressing genuine feelings about life and love is now targeting me for sharing my story.

There’s a line from your “Stay Schemin” verse about Kobe’s soon to be ex-wife Vanessa that has gotten some negative attention. Can you speak to what you were trying to express with that line?
That line came from a conversation about being this young and making this much money and the fear of losing it all. I just used his potential situation to address my own life. I never intended to offend Vanessa or anyone else. That line had everything to do with me and what goes on in my head as a 25 year old man with this much income flowing in. Kobe is and always will be a friend and an icon to me.

Following the release of Take Care, rumors started to circulate that you had fired your entire staff, was there any truth to that?
No my team is stronger than ever and ready for 2012. I’m excited for what this year will bring.

What are your plans for OVO/XO?
OVO and XO will grow immensely both separately and together this year. The Weeknd is about to hit the road and come perform all that incredible music for his fans. I’m looking forward to piecing something together where we can share a stage and give people the full experience.

What’s next for you, besides the tour?
I have begun working on new music already and I’ll be recording during the whole college tour with 40. Making better music and building myself as a business is all that’s on my mind. Hopefully some acting as well.

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Nah Right

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