Here is the video premiere for Mishon’s new single, “Turn It Up,” feat. Roscoe Dash. Check it out!
Archive for May 3rd, 2010
Here is a sneak peek at the video for The-Dream’s new remix to “Love King,” featuring Ludacris. The full video is expected to drop Wednesday.
Fantasia’s trials and tribulations have been well documented, but the enduring R&B vocalist is showing the public a different side with her new music.
Hitmaker Rico Love spent time in the studio with the “American Idol” champ recording her third album. “Fantasia and I did four records together,” he tells Rap-Up.com. “I wanted to make sexy records for Fantasia. I wanted to show people her seductive side. I think we did some really, really strong records.”
“There is a little bit of mannequin in all of us. We transform on a daily basis, as they do. The only difference between us is while they are made to seem alive… We get to actuallylive.” Self quoted and the driving force behind Urban/Pop artist Raphael Mannequinn’s vision. Raphael Bradshaw (otherwise known as ‘Mannequinn’) is born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. An eighteen year old, Singer/songwriter/producer. Citing inspiration from Prince, Grace Jones, Brandy, Outkast, & Timbaland just to name a few, Raphael describes his sound as the “Popular Experiment”. A mixing bowl of hard hitting beats, fun filled melodies, catchy lyrics and some experimental flavoring. Otherwise, An urban sounds with pop/r&b influences. “I thought I was in love, but, I figured out that I just had time to kill…” a lyric from “Crash (Dummy)” off of the ‘Canvas Music Mixtape’ and the sole reason Raphael Mannequinn wanted to tell this story of love, through personal heartbreak. Love is not the only subject inside this young man’s head though. The ‘Canvas Music Mixtape’ is only the beginning of what appears to be a promising opportunity in the music industry for this budding singer/songwriter. Follow his excursion and be apart of the movement, The ‘Mannequinn’ Movement, that is…
T-Pain was the next artist to have a bundle of unreleased demo’s hit the net. Most of which are real rough, or previously leaked. Here are 3 of the standouts. The first is titled, “I Don’t Wanna Be,” which has an open verse for a rapper most likely. The second I’m not sure about, the file is titled, “Soul NaNa,” but that doesn’t go along with the hook at all. It was also labeled for upcoming album. The third is just a bonus. It is the demo of the song, “The Let Out,” which was recorded by Cupid. Check em out.
Here is a rare treat for all the Robin fans out there. This is the demo version of “Fall Again”. It was written by Thicke, recorded by Michael Jackson as a demo for his Invincible album, but was never finished. It was finally released in demo form on The Ultimate Michael Jackson Collection. Check it out and enjoy!