Gucci Mane & Nicki Minaj release some luxurious visuals for ‘Make Love’, a song off Mane’s forthcoming album, ‘Drop Top Wizop’. The extravagant video is filled with pretty women, fast cars, a mansion, and other expensive props. But the eye-catching moment comes when Nicki Minaj, sitting on top of an inflatable unicorn, spits the infamous verse that got her in a tug-of-war with Remy Ma.
Rapper Murs releases the second music video for his ‘Captain California’ album. This time, after dropping ‘God Bless Kanye West, he transforms into video-game mode for ‘Lemon Juice’, featuring longtime collaborator, Curtiss King. The video displays Murs and king as contestants on a dating game show, where the prize is a beautiful woman.
Danielle Juhre is an award-winning Soul/Pop artist from Chicago, IL. She grew up listening to music from the Motown Era, and was heavily influenced by Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin, Bruno Mars, and Justin Timberlake. We caught wind of Juhre’s ‘He Knows It’ and ‘Does She Know‘ songs, and boy-ole-boy are we loving them. Quite simply, we have them on repeat because Juhre’s soulful voice is pretty attractive, and her warm and welcoming sound draws us in every time we press play.
Alabama rap group O.T.C. (Only the Crew) releases some cool visuals for their ‘Gone Be Alright’ single. The three-man-crew, consisting of DG (Dakota Gardner), Smokey (Jacob Brewster), and Chronic (Levi Campbell), are on their way to better days.
Meresha is a young self-described ‘alien lover’/indie singer. She’s also a multi-instrumentalist/producer, who creates eclectic, digital Pop music with a touch of Soul. Billboard recently named her the #6 upcoming global artist because her music has landed on Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40 chart three times.
This Saturday, March 25, let’s celebrate Aretha Franklin’s 75th birthday with a little bit of ‘Respect’. The ‘Queen of Soul’ will be another year old. So, to celebrate her glorious day, we encourage you, to download ‘Respect’, and share it this Saturday, with your friends and family. It’s the least we can do for a superwoman who showed us how to have R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
Drake releases ‘More Life‘, his long-awaited, 22-track album featuring Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Kanye West, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and much more.
Rapper Rick Ross releases ‘Rather You Than Me’, a star-studded project filled with expensive thoughts and gun-toting lyrics. This is Ross’s ninth studio album, and we can agree that his wisdom and wishful thinking are two ingredients which make this project noteworthy.
R&B/soul singer R.Lum.R’s ‘Frustrated’ song nabs top spot on Sirius XM’s ‘The Heat’ channel. In a short span of time, fans have fallen in love with or have gravitated to ‘Frustrated’ because it’s simply the truth, and its hypnotic appeal is the reason why it has surpassed 10-million streams on Spotify. This must be an un-frustrating result for R.Lum.R.
Brooklyn rapper Young M.A releases a music video for ‘Hot Sauce’, a braggadocios spicy track off M.A’s upcoming EP, entitled, ‘HerStory’. The video takes place in a Hennessy-induced strip club, where M.A’s rhymes compliments the stripping activities transpiring.
Rahn Anthoni, a Gospel/Pop singer, releases a music video for ‘I’ll Trust You’, a Fred Jerkins-produced song off Anthoni’s multi-single project bearing the same title. The song is about a father who lost everything, including his special-needs son to abuse, losing his family, undergoing an open-heart surgery, and divorce.
Emerging Connecticut rapper ANoyd freestyles to a medley of classic hip-hop beats. The Bloomfield native storytelling ability gives him an edge in hip-hop’s competitive arena, where the original prerequisite of lyricism is shunned. ANoyd’s buzz has been shooting through the roof after his fire freestyle on Funk Master Flex show.
Cyhi The Prynce, a rapper signed to Kanye West’s label G.O.O.D. Music, releases a dope Afrocentric music video for ‘Nu Africa’, a black-activist tune featuring poet Ernestine Johnson, which mirrors early hip-hop music in its rawest form. With all the materialist symbolism being poured into our membranes, Cyhi saves the day, and delivers a dose of fresh black conscienceness into the hearts of soulish beings—living with the hope of African-Americans living in a “new” and prosperous Africa.
Nicki Minaj, labeled the queen of rap by Ellen DeGeneres, responded to Remy Ma’s ‘Shether’, a scalding-hot diss record—created to destroy Minaj’s rap career. On ‘No Frauds’, Minaj’s new song with rap legends Drake and Lil Wayne, the Queens’ empress clapped back at Remy with a spirited rebuttal.
Tory Lanez, a versatile Toronto-based artist who performs in a hip-hop and R&B style, releases some dope and dilapidated visuals for ‘DopeMan Go’, a popular song off his ‘The New Toronto 2’ mixtape.
Today is International Women’s Day, a global day where we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women; and marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. So, to help empower women, we’ve partnered with Rouse Productionz, a Long Island-based production company, who created a #BeBoldForChange campaign to help assist women in conquering their insecurities.
Rapper Safaree visited the infamous Wendy Williams Show, and he had a lot to say. When asked, is there anything you would like to say to her (Nicki)? Safaree replied, “Do what’s right, you know what I did.” He also weighed in on Remy Ma’s and Nicki’s rap beef.