Nas’ life is apparently very good when it comes to the Billboard 200 album chart. The hip-hop veteran’s latest effort, “Life Is Good,” debuts at number one this week, with Nielsen SoundScan reporting first-frame sales of 149-thousand copies. READ MORE
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Trey Songz just dropped is new video â€œSimply Amazing,â€ off his new albumÂ “Chapter V” due August 21. The R&B singer shot the video against the beautiful backdrop of Malibu with his leading lady by his side. Check out the video below: READ MORE
Public Enemy Releases First Of Two “Twin” Albums : VIDEO Throw Back Public Enemy – ‘Fight The Power’
Public Enemy slipped a new album onto iTunes this weekend. Chuck D, Flavor Flav and the rest of the iconic hip-hop group released “Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp” via the online music store on Friday. READ MORE
Mac Miller is facing a ten-million-dollar lawsuit from a veteran rapper who says the hip-hop newcomer used one of his track’s without permission. According to “Courthouse News Service,” Lord Finesse is accusing Miller of lifting his 1995 song “Hip 2 Da Game” for his own song, “Kool Aid and Frozen Pizza.” READ MORE
Frank Ocean fans will have to shop somewhere other than Target if they want a hard copy of the R&B singer’s debut album, “Channel Orange.” The retail giant says it won’t be carrying the CD next Tuesday, July 17th, because of Def Jam’s decision to release the set a week early as an iTunes exclusive.
But Ocean’s manager Christian Clancy suggested Target’s decision may have had something to do with the singer’s recent admission that he had a romantic relationship with a man. Billboard.com says Clancy tweeted earlier this week in regard to Target, quote, “Interesting since they also donate to non-equal rights organizations.” READ MORE
Tweet released the fifth track titled â€œProceedâ€ for #TweetTuesday, the song is that old school Tweet and what we been missing, some sensual R&B. In the song she sings about letting her guard down and letting herself fall in love with her man. READ MORE
Singer Frank Ocean made his network television debut last night, less than week after opening up about his sexual orientation. The singer took the stage on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” with a little help from the NBC show’s house band, the Roots.
Ocean made headlines last week with a revealing post on his Tumblr blog. Â Check out the video below and Also see what Beyonce had to say about him:. READ MORE