Here is the brand new video for Estelle’s new lead single, “Freak”. This record is a club smash. Check it out.
Archive for March 2nd, 2010
Rico Love sits with Associated Press for a brief interview. He talks about his writing process, working with artists. Beyonce, and more.
GWHH had the opportunity to talk with singer/songwriter/producer Ryan Leslie at the Pepsi Refresh Project stop in Chicago for our latest exclusive interview. Ryan Leslie talks with Sgt. Tibs about the Pepsi Refresh Project he has a prominent role in. He also touches on alternate meanings behind his next single “I Choose You”, talks about what to expect in the video for the single, and gives some insightful advice to the aspiring youth about getting a college degree and pursuing their passion.
Damn. Ok, this is crazy! Here are three more, brand new records from Usher. The first is titled, “Ok,” the second is titled, “Lay You Down,” and the third is titled, “Mars vs. Venus”. Out of all these only “Mars vs. Venus,” was listed on the supposed tracklist for Raymond vs. Raymond. I hope “Lay You Down,” finds it way on there though, because it is a great record. Check this out below. Raymond vs Raymond will hit stores worldwide March 30th! Stay tuned!
Usher – Ok
Usher – Lay You Down
Usher – Mars vs. Venus
Usher – Raymond vs. Raymond In Stores March 30th.
Sexual healer Raheem DeVaughn has been wooing the female persuasion for years, validating them and making them feel extra special. The R&B loverman isn’t one-dimensional though. He’s a socially-conscious altruist, ready to put his stamp on the world with his third album, The Love & War MasterPeace, available now. Besides tender sentiments, Raheem touches on global media and politics, teams up with Ludacris on “Bulletproof,” gets a hand from Ne-Yo on “I Don’t Care,” and showcases a soul fest with Jill Scott, Chrisette Michele, Chico DeBarge, and Anthony Hamilton on “Nobody Wins a War.” Hot on the heels of his mixtape Mr. February aka March Madness, Radio Rah reveals his famous relative, how his kids respond to bad music, and whether or not he’d give up his craft to be ballin’ like Donald Trump.