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Raz drops a dark visual for “They’ll Speak”, the Inception theme sampling opening track from his Cognitive Dissonance mixtape, which you can grab here.
Off his upcoming project Cognitive Dissonance dropping March 6th.
Previously: Raz Simone – Still Mobbin’ (Video)
“I don’t think he’s come that far, and walked that walk enough yet to where that will be accepted without ridicule”
Jack Thriller asks Tip about Trinidad’s comments about NYC.
Previously: Maino Calls Trinidad James
Ludacris keeps #IDGAFFridays going as he drops the Mike Will Made It produced record called “Speak Into The Mic”. Be on the lookout for DTP’s I Dont Give A Fuck mixtape dropping soon. Stream or download below.
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New Luda for #IDGAFFridays, produced by Mike Will.
In the video above, Hav and P speak on their recent feud and reuniting like brothers.
New music from Caleb Stone ft. Spit, Cashius Green, Speak and Mike G.
Monica and Brandy speak out for the first time since the tragic passing of Whitney Houston last Saturday afternoon. While both were in attendance later that evening (photo above) at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party, both were clearly stricken by the news and cancelled their performance at the event. On set of the video for their reunion single “It All Belongs To Me,” the two singers who both idolized and were mentored throughout their careers by Whitney open up to E! News’ Clinton Sparks. While Monica used the time to reflect on the fallen diva, Brandy was clearly distraught and understandbly had a hard time speaking on the subject.
Funeral arrangements have been set to take place in Whitney’s native of Newark, New Jersey. The invitation-only funeral will take place at New Baptist Church at noon this Saturday.
Watch Monica and Brandy’s interview with E!, Janet Jackson speaks to Anderson Cooper, Chaka Khan appears on CNN’s Piers Morgan, and more after the jump….
Brandy & Monica with E! News’ Clinton Sparks
Chaka Khan appeared on CNN’s Piers Morgan on Monday night, and expressed dissapointment in Clive Davis going through with his pre-Grammy party the same evening Whitney had passed away.
“I thought that was complete insanity,” Chaka Khan told Morgan. “I don’t know what could motivate a person, to have a party, in a building, where the person, whose life he had influenced so enormously, and whose life had been affected by her…I don’t understand how that party went on.”
Another person to express shock and speak out was Janet Jackson. The pop icon appeared on Anderson Cooper’s daytime talk show where she spoke on the tragic news, Whitney’s talent, and advice and words she has for Whitney’s daughter Bobbi Kristina.
“It’s a very, very tough time. Even though it’s still a loss. I lost my brother, she lost her mother. There’s still a difference, even though there’s a still a loss to a family. I don’t know what that’s like being so young. It was hard for me. It was very, very difficult for me. I didn’t want to accept it, it’s very difficult. You have to come to terms at some point. You have to actually give it up to God and it sounds so mean, but you have to move on. You can’t hold onto that because it can be very devastating. Sometimes therapy is the best thing.”
Last night in Charlotte, North Carolina, the queen of soul Aretha Franklin paid tribute to the late Whitney Houston.
Remembering Whitney Houston: Mister Cee’s Hot 97 ‘Throwback At Noon’ Tribute Mix
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Clive Davis, Beyonce, Diddy, and Alicia Keys Pay Tribute to Whitney Houston
Mourning the Loss of Whitney Houston: Rihanna, Lenny Kravitz, Nicki Minaj & More…
Rest In Peace: Whitney Houston, Dead At Age 48
Alicia Keys and Bono paid a visit to with Good Morning America to speak on the battle against HIV/AIDS. Today marks World AIDS Day and to honor it The Keep a Child Alive co-founder and U2 leadman discussed studies, and progress of medical advancements to help cure people.
Props to Rap-Up
“Fake-Ass Mother—-ers Envy,’ because they really do, and I just wanted to go in like that. The song to me meant a lot, because I don’t normally talk about how I feel and what’s going on in my world”, Jeezy said.
It’s an honest interpretation of where I am mentally and how I feel about others volunteering their opinion on my circumstances without having full knowledge, T.I. said of his verse.”