Snoop releases “Wet“, an autotune-heavy track from his 11th studio album Doggumentary Music, due in March 2011. The lyrics are so basic, you’d think Soulja Boy wrote them. The song was specifically made for Prince Williams‘ bachelor party. What’s that you say? It’s a pretty racy song for royalty? Well Prince William himself requested a salacious song from the Dogg.
â€œWhen I heard the royal family wanted to have me perform in celebration of Prince Williamâ€™s marriage, I knew I had to give them a little something,â€ says Snoop. â€œâ€˜Wetâ€™ is the perfect anthem for Prince William or any playa to get the club smokinâ€™.â€
The Cataracs produced the track. “drip, drip, drip for me mommy… ooh she leaking”
Listen and download below:
Redmanâ€™sÂ Pancake & Syrup mixtape drops on Thursday, 5 days before his album Reggie hit stores. The cover is one of the worst I’ve ever seen, but the back makes me want to take a visit to Waffle House.
Ciara remixes her dance sensation “Gimme Dat“. Soundz tone down the upbeat track for a more mellow and R&B track. It’s hott! Ciara channels her inner R. Kelly around 3:10, and goes “Half On A Baby”. Oh, na, na, na, na, na, na
Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Ne-Yo, Ke$ha, Lloyd Banks, and Justin Bieber all had new releases last week. Taylor Swift and Katy Perry jumps back up the charts. Rihanna and Susan Boyle’s sales goes down. Interesting.
Academy-award winning-actress Halle Berry stars in upcoming movie Frankie and Alice. The movie tells a gripping story of a woman, Alice, who suffers from a multiple personality disorder after a traumatic event. Frankie, Alice’s other personality, is a racist alter-ego whom Alice can’t contain. The Geoffrey Sax-directed film also stars Phylicia Rashad and Grey’s Anatomy star Chandra Wilson.
Frankie & Alice is set to hit select theaters in New York City and Los Angeles on December 17th, and will premiere world wide on February 4, 2011. Watch the trailer below:
Nicki Minaj performed “Right Through Me” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. She may not be the “Queen of Hip-Hop“, but she’s definitely the “Lady GaGa of Hip-Hop“. I was in love with this song before she started performing it…