Now, normally if this was just an added verse from Freeway it wouldn’t even get posted (what, this isn’t 2003), but it’s an actual real remix! Courtesy of Benja Styles who crafted a nice blend/remix here with “Break My Heart” and Black Moon’s “How Many MC’s,” and Free complimented the nice throwback flavor. Check it out below. What do you think?
Archive for August 3rd, 2011
The-Dream pays homage to biblical times with the bronze cover of his forthcoming free Internet LP Terius Nash Est. 1977. The artwork borrows from Lorenzo Ghiberti’s Adam and Eve Panel depicting the stories of Adam and Eve, Jacob and Esau, and David and Goliath.
The 10-track download, which will precede the singer-songwriter’s fourth album Love, IV: Diary of a Madman, will be available by the end of the month featuring the single “Form of Flattery.”
“[It's] very personal and to my fans!” tweeted Dream of the project.
What do you think of the artwork?
Verse Simmonds stopped by KarmaloopTV and chatted about Akon, Konvict Music, his single “Boo Thing,” current projects, his dream girl and more.
With deep roots in the Baton Rouge, Chicago and Los Angeles music scenes, genre-crossing crooner John West becomes the newest addition to the artist roster of Mercury Records, a division of Island Def Jam Music Group, with the release of a three-song bundle via digital retailers. The EP includes John’s well received buzz song “Lovely” featuring Pusha T (of Clipse), the pop hop “Right Now” and a brand new, simple, romantic record titled “Loved You Tonight.” For all the new fans of John West, you can hear the later below.
Pop star Jason Derulo turns in his dancing shoes on “It Girl,” the second single from his sophomore album, Future History. The catchy, pop love song finds the 21 year old cooing, “I’ve been like a maniac insomniac, 5 steps behind ya, tell them other girls they can hit the exit, check please, cuz I’ve finally found the girl of my dreams, much more than a Grammy award, that’s how much you mean to me.”
Learn all the lyrics with the video below. Stay tuned for the official video coming soon and watch a new behind the scenes on Future History this Friday.
Mariah Carey is getting her body back in shape. After giving birth to her twins Moroccan and Monroe in late April, the new mom showed off her beach bod in a swimsuit while exercising in the ocean.
“Ocean work out! It’s been a loooong time since I’ve been in the ocean(said like ‘OPEN’in cruise control),” she tweeted.
Those craving new music from the pop songbird will have their wishes granted when she appears on Tony Bennett’s Duets II album, due September 20. Mimi and the 85-year-old legend recorded a song together called “When Do the Bells Ring for Me?” via Rap-Up.
Bryan-Michael Cox speaks with (Amaru Don TV) on recently working with Babyface & Teddy Riley, Lessons he’s learnt in the music business & how the industry has changed for Producers.
MTV sat down with Sean Kingston at his home in Miami to speak about his life threatening jet-ski accident. He reveals that he also had open heart surgery in addition to two other surgeries, and his now feeling 100%.
“I’m doing good. I’m feeling great. I’m excited. I’m happy. A lot of people don’t know it was a deeper situation. I had open heart surgery and I had two other surgeries; it was a life-or-death situation.”
Follow the jump for much more.