As promised, here is the anticipated new Mixtape from Jive Records K. Michelle “What’s The 901?”. The Memphis, TN singer/songwriters promo offering looks like it was inspired by MJB’s classic album “What’s The 411″. It features 18 original tracks, including guest features from Rick Ross, Missy Elliot, Gucci Mane, Trina, the much anticipated “Echo (Remix)” with R. Kelly and more. K is one of my favorite new female singers. Check out the tape, what do you think? The tracklist and download link after the jump,
Archive for May 30th, 2010
Here is the final, official version to Brutha’s brand new single “Can’t Get Enough (Sexaholic)”. The Eric Hudson produced ode to sex addiction is now featuring Jadakiss. The video will be dropping soon. This is a good look for the brothers. They deserve some more attention. Their sophomore album Vacancy is coming soon. Check it out!
(Prod. by Eric Hudson)
Here is our first listen at the “Urban” remix to Kelly Rowland’s new single, “Commander”. It is featuring Nelly. This is a decent quality radio rip, so check it out for now and stay tuned!
Here is the final, mastered version of the new single from Bobby V, “Phone #,” featuring Plies, produced by Jazze Pha. The track was changed up a little bit too. It is the lead single of Bobby’s forthcoming new album “Fly On The Wall”. Enjoy!
(Prod. by Jazze Pha)
Here is the final, mastered version of the long awaited first single from singer/songwriter Johnta Austin. The record is titled, “Close Your Eyes,” if you missed our previous post. It is the lead single off Johnta’s debut album, Love, Sex, Religion. Enjoy!
Here is the unreleased, alternate version of Beyonce’s “Me, Myself & I” video. Check this out while it lasts. It will probably end up being removed soon.
In Friday’s Daily Noise, Bill Werde chats with rising star Janelle Monae, who has just released “The Archandroid,” which includes the second and third parts of her four-suite concept album series. Monae talks about the inspiration for her unique personal style, the futuristic concepts behind “Archandroid” and her previous album “Metropolis,” and the importance of both recording and live performance. She also talks about her Wondaland Arts Society label, which will release an album by “The Archandroid” collaborators Deep Cotton.
Trey Songz takes time out from filming his music video for “Yo Side of the Bed” to sit down with us in his trailer to discuss the meaning of the song and the intense concept behind the video, which also stars fellow R&B singer, Keri Hilson. Trey lets us in on the unique dynamic between him and Keri in the video and also reveals what it’s like to hear his own songs on the radio.