Archive for March 1st, 2011
Marsha Ambrosius stopped by BET’s 106 & Park today to talk about her debut album Late Nights & Early Mornings (which is officially in stores now!), and about the upcoming 2011 BET Music Matters Tour, where she will be joined by Melanie Fiona & Anthony David. Melanie also mentions her new single and video should be out this week.
Jay Sean sat down with ARTISTdirect.com to chat about his upcoming fourth album, Freeze Time. He says Freeze Time really shows growth, progress and development as both a vocalist and a songwriter. He adds that growth is a benefit of experience, since he has been touring and making music for 9 years. He also points out that his album boasts dance songs, R&B tunes, slow jams, classic pop songs, ballads and some good old fashioned “baby making music.”
Yesterday, SoulCulture.TV caught up with R&B superstar Trey Songz in London. In the 1st part of their interview, Trey talks about being featured on a song called “Take Off” from UK MC Chipmunk’s forthcoming sophomore album Transition, he breaks down the meaning of the song “It’s a song about a battle he (Chipmunk) is basically having with himself and the woman that he is dealing with at the same time” and shares his admiration for the young MC.
Trey also discusses wanting to work with UK producers following Drake‘s recommendations while in the UK on his Light Dreams & Nightmares tour. He also shared praise for Tinie Tempah who’s music he was introduced to by Kelly Rowland and showed some love to fellow label and management mate Estelle, who Trey says has “Some dope stuff coming!”. Check it out!
Well, I guess this was bound to happen. Once the news of this record was released the hounds went on the hunt. So, it already has lived up to the hype that this record would be the most anticipated and discussed song off Lloyd’s soon to be classic (fingers crossed), forthcoming album King Of Hearts. This definitely is a press creating, unconventional, explicit but unique record. The type of track that people either love or hate. The track alone is incredible, and that’s what makes the record as a whole so shocking. Mixing a retro ’50′s style of production with the lyrical content is worth a double take to say the least. So, without further ado here is the brand new collabo by Lloyd and Lil’ Wayne “Miss That Pu**y”. It is not the final version, Wayne only has ad-libs, Andre 3000 isn’t on it and it has tags. Check it out and stay tuned! King Of Hearts In Stores April 19.
Trey Songz drove the female audience crazy during his performance this past weekend at O2 Arena, as the supporting act for Ne-Yo’s UK Tour. Check out the “Love Faces” singer send the crowd into a frenzy.
Previously: Ne-Yo & Trey Songz Link Up In London