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According to the folks over at FakeShoreDrive, Twista originally appeared on the first version of The-Dream’s latest single, “IV Play” but was taken off for the LP version.
Previously: Twista ft. R. Kelly – Throwin’ My Money
Hit the jump for the tracklist to the OST of The Great Gatsby, a film based on the classic novel starring Leonardo DiCaprio, in theaters May 10th. No release date yet for the soundtrack, which is executive produced by Jay-Z. Also, check out the trailer featuring some music from it.
1. 100$ Bill – Jay-Z
2. Back To Black – Beyoncé x André 3000 (Amy Winehouse Cover)
3. Bang Bang – will.i.am
4. A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) – Fergie x Q-Tip x GoonRock
5. Young And Beautiful – Lana Del Rey
6. Love Is The Drug – Bryan Ferry with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
7. Over The Love – Florence + The Machine
8. Where The Wind Blows – Coco O. of Quadron
9. Crazy in Love – Emeli Sandé x The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
10. Together – The xx
11. Hearts A Mess – Gotye
12. Love Is Blindness – Jack White
13. Into the Past – Nero
14. Kill and Run – Sia
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Ill Bill drops the original version of his track ‘When I Die’ off his album The Grimy Awards. The track is being released as a limited-edition 7-inch on Fat Beats and also includes the Pete Rock version of the track that is on the album.
Previously: Ill Bill – How To Survive The Apocalypse (Video)
Here’s a remastered, promo-only version of Finesse and KRS-One’s “No Gimmicks” with a new intro and re-recorded KRS verse. This was given away to customers who purchased doubles of the recently released Lord Finesse Signature Sevens Series Vol. 3 7″s.
Here’s the OG version of Big Boi’s “Mama Told Me” single with Little Dragon instead of Kelly Rowland. Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors in stores December 11th.
The Inferno version with Nicki Minaj dropped earlier today, but here is the title track off her 5th studio album Girl On Fire dropping November 27th.
Is he deserving of it?
Even after getting Pusha’s original “I Dont Like” remix verse yesterday, he claimed it was STILL not the final product. Check it out below.
In the latest episode of Tony Williams’ R2KOTF series, he shares unreleased footage of Kanye’s Graduation studio session where Ye plays the original “Big Brother” beat for Jay, which features a Prince sample.
In this 4th episode of #Road2KoTF, Tony takes us into the studio for the creation of ‘Flashing Lights’, the writing sessions for ‘Champion’ & ‘Barry Bonds’ as well as showcasing, for the first time, an intimate look into the New York session when Kanye played ‘Big Brother’ for Jay-Z for the first time. Witness Jay’s reaction as seen through Tony’s eyes.
Diddy promised some big announcements and moves for 2012. His recent interview with AdWeek has us all waiting on what the shiny suit man will do next. But until then, check out Puff’s interview with DJ Whoo Kid. Bad Boy’s founder spoke on the supposed black cloud that people say lingers around his label, the new diddy and his original Biggie/Ross Comparisons.
Diddy on critics giving Bad Boy a bad reputation
“Just regular hate and people on some not understanding how this industry works. This is a hard industry, this is not for kids, this is not for the weak. This is not a PG rated industry. If you are weak you will get eaten alive in this industry. This industry has a life expectancy of like two years.”
“It started a couple of years ago with what happened with this artist, why isn’t this artist still on the label, why isn’t that artist on the label, so people started to give us a bad rap. Honestly, nobody that was on Def Jam still on Def Jam nobody on Rocafella still on Rocafella. We’re the last people standing.”
Diddy on his original comments about Ross being the Biggie of the South
“For the record, that isn’t what I said…I said on the “Angels” verse I think he channeled Biggie that night and a lot of MC’s, they channel Biggie in some of their verses. That doesn’t mean your comparing somebody to them. I may have said something like he was the Biggie of the South because I was there, I knew the effect Biggie was having.”
Listen to the full 17-minute interview after the jump…..