Drake holds it down for the “I think I can, I think I can” team, Miami Heat, in the latest NBA: 2K12 commercial, that sees a special cameo of sports great, Michael Jordan, debating on the greatest team ever. The Young Money emcee even takes a shot a basketball icon, Larry Bird.
“Today’s Miami Heat plays above the rim, Larry Bird couldn’t even reach the rim.”
Tyrese is smooth on the recently-revealed cover of his forthcoming album, Open Invitation. The soul-ridden singer is coasting off of two released singles, “Too Easy Ft. Ludacris” and “Stay“, which boasts a feature from his Baby Boy-opposite, Taraji P. Henson, in the Matt Alonzo-directed visual.
In the artwork, the bedside puff of his cigar, tailored and debonair attire, and lady of the evening lying asleep suggests to us that this album will embody the classic material we’ve associated with Tyrese since his 1998 music debut.
The Watts-native is heightening the anticipation of his release with “The Rest Of Our Lives“, a double-version track lifted from the album that sees Brandy and Melanie Fiona facing off.
Open Invitation is schedule for release on November 1.
In case you were looking for that “first dance” wedding song, Tyrese has you covered. The singer and actor recruits R&B veteran Brandy and soulstress Melanie Fiona for “The Rest Of Our Lives,” a duet from his upcoming album Open Invitation (11.1.11).
Listen to both versions below and tell us which songstress completes the duet. Read More →
Party-anthem connoisseurs Travis Porter calls on budding sex symbol, Kelly Rowland, for “Slow Motion” – a bedroom tune that sees Rowland sonically seducing listeners with her low range and alluring tone.
The track is off the ATL-based group’s latest mixtape, I’m Differenter 3. Listen below:
Wale prepares for the release of one of the most anticipate hip-hop albums of the year with two releases: “Lotus Flower Bomb” and “Tats On My Arm.”
On “Lotus Flower Bomb,” Mr. Folarin enlists budding R&B crooner Miguel to belt the hook of the sentimental track. Some drinks and dancing is sure to lead to some grown folks’ activities after a few listens.
Jumping to the opposite side of the spectrum, MMG CEO Rick Ross hops on the club-ready “Tats On My Arm,” another track from Ambition. “The loudest n*gga in the room, is usually the brokest,” raps the hood poet. Read More →
T-Pain has released the video for his single “5 O’Clock,” featuring Wiz Khalifa and Lily Allen. It’s lifted from his fourth studio album RevolveЯ, which has no official release date. Similar to the song, the video isn’t the auto-tune ambassador’s usual club-ready formula.
After roaming the streets all night, T-Pain’s lady friend asks him to come home. The Nappy Boy representer makes it in at 5:01. Watch below… Read More →
Nearly a year after releasing viral video “Rolling In The Deep,” Adele finally gets out of the chair and goes for a walk in the video for “Someone Like You.” Excessive grain and shadows are added to the black and white visual to give it a classic Hollywood feel.
Watch the emotionally mellow video for “Someone Like You” below… Read More →
17-year-old Pop sensation Justin Bieber covered Lil’ Wayne‘s mellow jam “How To Love,” as a gift to the “Abortion” rapper. The cover is an acoustic remix, which could have been used to show Bieb’s often questioned vocal prowess. Unfortunately, enhancements and a bad rap verse reinforces the naysayers.
Meanwhile, Chairman of Epic Records L.A. Reid spoke with Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robison and discussed using his X Factor expertise, prior to becoming a judge, when discovering Usher, who later introducedBieber to him.
Listen to Justin’s “How To Love” cover and watch L.A.’s interview below… Read More →