Usher consistently disappoints with singles following the brilliant break-up banger, “Climax.” Clearly Mr. Raymond is focused on scoring more hits rather than crafting timeless, artistic masterpieces. Granted, “Scream” and “Lemme See” aren’t bad records, however, they are easily forgettable.
Usher isn’t the only one to blame for this familiar song; Jim Jonsin regurgitates the same formula he used with Kelly Rowland’s sultry “Motivation,” which is noticeable within seconds of playing the track. Rick Ross maintains his mediocre rapping standard and unnecessarily mentions the curious case of Trayvon Martin. Read More
Mariah Carey wore a red-and-white, camel-toe0forming jumpsuit as she dramatically struggled through her set at the Top of the Mountain Concert in Ischgl, Austria. Following the performance, she made quite the refutable claim: “singing at this altitude is almost like giving birth to twins.”
Judging by the fan-captured footage, the mother of two must have had a pleasurable birthing experience because she surely wasn’t singing to her full potential. Read More
Kanye West continues marking his stamp of approval on relatively unknown rappers. The latest is fellow Chicago native, Chief Keef.
Who is Chief Keef, though?
After listening to his buzz records, “3Hunna” and “I Don’t Like,” the 17-year-old is possibly the next Waka Flocka Flame (courtesy of Young Chop’s Lex Luger-inspired infectious beats and Keef’s frequent references to the “trap” lifestyle). Read More
Waka Flocka premires the Taj-directed visual for “I Don’t Really Care,” the latest single from his upcoming album, Triple F Life (Friends, Fans & Family). Trey Songz, like Waka, doesn’t care about haters and contributes an anthemic hook for Mr. Flame. Read More
It has been nearly a year since Willow Smith released her debut single, “Whip My Hair.” She followed its major success with less successful singles, “21st Century Girl” and “Fireball” featuring Nicki Minaj.
Earlier today, she released the visual for “Do It Like Me (Rockstar),” which was the very first music video she recorded. Read More
2 Chainz premieres “No Lie,” the lead single from his debut album, Based on a T.R.U. Story. Drake contributes an infectious hook which is sure to make this track a summer hit. Listen below. Read More