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This will appear on the Great Gatsby soundtrack dropping May 6th. Download after the jump.
Eryth, Wynd & Fyre drops February 26th.
First single from her upcoming album Red, due out October 22nd.
Repping the ladies in the visuals above, the Funk Volume signee lays down one of the more meaningful tracks, from his Smokeout Conversations album. Directed by Aplus Filmz.
Rihanna celebrates her birthday by unleashing the official remix we’ve all been waiting for her Talk That Talk cut, “Birthday Cake.” As Miss Info first confirmed, RiRi’s ex-boyfriend Chris Brown appears on the explicit, x-rated song produced by The-Dream and Da Internz.
New Music: Rihanna Feat. – “Birthday Cake (Remix)” (prod. by Da Internz & The-Dream)
via Chris Brown
Chris Brown Feat. Rihanna – “Turn Up The Music (Remix)”
2012 Grammy Award Performances: Rihanna and Coldplay, Chris Brown, Alicia Keys, and More
The Goofiest Photo of Drake and Rihanna (From “Take Care” Video Shoot)
Rihanna – “You Da One” (Video)
Rihanna – “We Found Love” (Video)
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Shyne told MTV News in what looks like a skype-call…that he felt some regret about how his relationship with Diddy went up in flames after the two former buddies were tried separately for the 1999 shooting at Club New York. He said he also had a dream about Anthony “Wolf” Jones (Diddy’s longtime bodyguard who was killed in 2003 in Atlanta during a dispute with the BMF). So Shyne says he called Diddy recently and reconciled. Not only that, but the man that Shyne waged many a character attack on, is allegedly going to sit down with Shyne in person….in Paris, where he’s living.
“For me, the conversation was a confirmation of what I felt. Son kept it super tall, and that’s what it’s about. When a man says, ‘Listen, as a man, I make mistakes and I own that.’ What could you do?”
Well, peace is always preferable to war, but for anyone who has followed this relationship, this is all kinds of surprising. Especially Shyne’s reveal that Diddy reached out to him in prison, and offered his help. Remember when he said that any conversation with Diddy was “a figment of his imagination”?
Shyne says convo with Diddy “is a figment of Sean Combs’ imagination” (Update: Shyne’s father speaks)
Shyne Update: According to Belize media outlets, Shyne will be in Belize on Weds, already has music plan
Shyne Update: He will be sent to Belize and will continue fight to get back to US from there
And after the original, it’s probably this. This evening, Red Cafe keeps his Rolodex in arm’s reach and finds Trey, Wale and J.Cole this go-round. This. Is. The remix.
With the new Bad Boy regime in order, Red Café premieres the remix to “Fly Together” with Trey Songz, Wale and J. Cole.
New Music: Red Café Feat. Trey Songz, Wale & J. Cole- “Fly Together (Remix)” (Tags)
Props to In Flex We Trust
With Heavy D’s untimely passing still fresh on hip-hop’s collective minds, rappers from all coasts are coming forth with remarkable things to say about the late rapper. DMX said earlier this morning, Heavy was one of the reasons he believed he could make it as a rapper. Now, Lil Cease has revealed that Heav and Big wanted to record a whole project together. Biggie’s former right-hand man spoke about the immediate bond the MCs shared and the tremendous influence D had on Big. (Props to Shaheem/XXL)
“Hev was that mentor [to Big],” Cease explained. “Hev would give him lessons on the type of records to make. ‘Don’t be afraid to go out your comfort zone. I know you’re known for the ‘Gimme the Loots’ and ‘Ready to Dies,’ but don’t be afraid to make those other type of records, too.’ He was letting him know, ‘The ladies tend to like us big guys if we talking the right shit.’
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Cease says Big’s hectic schedule got in the way of the album happening before he passed. They recorded the tracks “Jam Session,” “A Buncha N–gas” and “Let’s Get it On” while they were both alive.
“After Big took off, it was hard for them to set up the schedules,” Lil Cease said. “But, Big always had the idea in his head like, ‘Yo, you know what? Me and Hev doing something together.’ The relationship was there being around the whole Uptown situation. It was a unit, everybody was a family up there; Mary [J.] Blige, Jodeci, Christopher Williams — it was that bond. Him and Big was gonna try to put something together. That’s why they were doing all those records together [and trying to get] a vibe off each other.”
“So you hear those influences in ‘One More Chance,’” he said. “You hear it in the remix, ‘Fuck You Tonight,’ all those girls records. Of course Big got some of that from him. Even with the style part, the dress codes. They both was big guys, so they couldn’t find shit to fit them. So Hev would come out with that custom made leather shit. Big, he was getting those 5001 Flavors leathers made of his own shit with the ‘B’ on it. He just took that pipeline from Hev because Hev is the one that opened the door for the big guys to be lovable , to be fly.”
(Read the full story at XXLmag.com)
DJ Drama lets loose of the standout collabo from J. Cole and Chris Brown off his upcoming album. While a snippet leaked earlier, here’s the final version of the V12-produced “Undercover.” DJ Drama’s Third Power is out October 11, pre-order over at iTunes.
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