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New Music: Bruno Mars feat. Ludacris, PARTYNEXTDOOR & Gucci Mane – That’s What I Like (Remix)

A week after releasing his “That’s What I Like” remix pack, Bruno Mars gets a fire feature from Ludacris to combine with PARTYNEXTDOOR and Gucci Mane for an all-star remix to his latest smash single.

The rapper/actor rhymes about his sex game by referencing Disney movies. “When I say let it out, holla like you Jane of the jungle / And let me climb that tower / Pullin’ on your hair like Rapunzel,” he raps.

This week, “That’s What I Like” helped Bruno tie Justin Timberlake for most No. 1s on the Pop Songs chart as a solo male artist.

Take a listen to the new remix below.

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New Music: Bruno Mars feat. Gucci Mane – That’s What I Like (Remix)

With the single continuing to climb the Hot 100 chart, Bruno Mars unleashes the Gucci Mane-featured remix to his smash hit, “That’s What I Like.”

“It’s Gucci Mane and Bruno, that’s one dynamic duo,” raps Guwop at the beginning of the remix, and later he comes back in to add some lines about spoiling his lady.

“Wanna fly you out the country to show you how I’m stuntin’ / ‘Cause you got what I’m wantin’ and I got all this money,” he boasts.

The Gucci remix arrives as part of a remix package for “That’s What I Like,” which also features remixes from BLVK JVCK, and a previously-released remix from PARTYNEXTDOOR.

Stream them all below.

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Chris Brown Releases New Single & Video “Party” feat. Usher & Gucci Mane

It’s a party, and Chris Brown wants you to be a part of it.

As promised, the R&B superstar has returned, releasing his all-star featured new single “Party” with Usher and Gucci Mane.

Over the slinky production, Breezy flexes his playboy lifestyle, while Usher encourages some girl-on-girl action.

“Girl come to my place, but don’t bring no clothes / Lets get dirty babe (baby drop it low),” he sings.

Even before its release, the club banger received rave reviews from Guwop.

“It’s a banger,” Gucci told Los Angeles’ Power 106. “We shot the video…in L.A. I can’t wait until it comes out. Chris directs his own videos. Sitting with him and seeing how creative he is, it’s inspirational. He’s intense. He does everything. Seriously.”

Check out the single and video below!

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Chris Brown Readies New Single “Party” with Usher & Gucci Mane

Get ready to “Party” with Breezy.

Chris Brown has linked up with Usher and Gucci Mane on a new single off his forthcoming album, tentatively titled Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

“Party” is expected to arrive Friday (Dec. 16) via RCA Records. While there isn’t a teaser out yet, the artwork has been revealed.

Featuring a blend of pink and purple hues, the neon-colored cover art for “Party” is heavily inspired by the ’80s, already giving it a retro vibe.

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Video: Joe feat. Gucci Mane – Happy Hour


Drink Up, and let’s toast to Joe‘s upcoming new album!

After pulling on heartstrings with “So I Can Have You Back,” the R&B legend debuts the music video for his newest single “Happy Hour” featuring Gucci Mane.

Joe and Guwop open the visual with a performance shot in front of bright lights, before the crooner gets cozy with his leading lady, and parties it up in a sexy late night lounge.

Celebrating the buzz he receives from his lover Joe sings: “You got me buzzin’ / I can’t stop now I’m lovin’ / Feels like we’re alone in a crowded room / Don’t want this night to end too soon.”  While Gucci raps, “They say the devil wears Prada, well angels love Chanel / Well leave that lame and roll with me, I keep you fresh as hell.”

Joe’s anticipated 12th studio album #MyNameisJoeThomas is due out Nov. 11.

Watch the video for “Happy Hour” below.

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New Music: Joe feat. Gucci Mane – Happy Hour


Joe meet La Flare.

With his anticipated 12th studio album #MyNameisJoeThomas due out Nov. 11, the R&B legend returns with the second single “Happy Hour” featuring Gucci Mane.

A sultry bounce leads the sexy jam, as Joe sings about celebrating with his lady and getting a buzz from her lovin.

“You got me buzzin’ / I can’t stop now I’m lovin’ / Feels like we’re alone in a crowded room / Don’t want this night to end too soon,” he sings. While Gucci raps “They say the devil wears Prada, well angels love Chanel / Well leave that lame and roll with me I keep you fresh as hell.”

Take a listen below, and pre-order Joe’s new album on iTunes now to receive 3 instant grat tracks, including “So I Can Have You Back,” “Happy Hour” and his cover of Adele’s “Hello.”

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New Music: Usher feat. Master P, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg & Gucci Mane – No Limit (G-Mix)


If you were looking for a way to kick your weekend off right, Usher has clearly got your remedy. Delivering the previously promised remix to his single “No Limit,” the OG singer has called on a few of the rap game’s finest to supply their talents to the already booming track.

Of course, there couldn’t be anything related to No Limit without adding in the original general Master P, who kicked the track off with his old school sauce mixed with some new school lingo. Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, and the recently released Gucci Mane all follow the veteran rapper as they lay down their own verses for the highly anticipated G-mix.

Usher, who is currently working on his eighth studio album Flawed, is also starring in the movie Hands of Stone, set to hit theaters on August 26.

Listen to the massive “No Limit” remix below.

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Video: Sevyn Streeter feat. Gucci Mane – Prolly


It’s a riot, and Sevyn Streeter is holding court.

After debuting her Gucci Mane-assisted new single last Thursday, the R&B vixen returns today with the Mad Max-inspired music video for “Prolly.”

The sexy singer struts through a post-apocalyptic type setting with bikers and muscle-bound men at every corner. In other scenes she performs through distorted video screens, commanding attention while singing the unapologetic turn-up anthem.

“Did I go too far tonight? / I don’t know, Prolly / Did I almost start a fight? / I don’t know, Prolly / Are these n**gas tryin to f*ck, I don’t know, Prolly,” she sings before Guwop delivers his hologram-esque cameo. Gucci chooses to be more definitive with his verse rapping, “The way I figure, ain’t no prolly, I’m that ni**a.”

Streeter opened up about the clip in an interview with The FADER.

“Though I’m definitely a fan of Mad Max, I honestly can’t take responsibility for this creative vision,” she said. “I gotta hand it to my director Mike Ho! He turned the feeling and vibes I had while writing ‘Prolly’ into reality! I knew the song was unapologetic, raw, and edgy and he created a treatment/environment that brought it to life!”

“Prolly” is the first in a new monthly video series leading up to Sevyn’s debut album Girl Interrupted. Due early next year, the project will feature guest spots from DeJ Loaf, Ty Dolla $ign, August Alsina, and Dave East over production from the likes The-Dream, Sean Garrett, and Bangladesh.

Check out the video for “Prolly” below.

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