Monthly Archives: December 2014

Music: Wiz Khalifa – Smoke Chambers


Wiz Khalifa releases audio for “Smoke Chambers.” as a free download to fans. Listen and download the dope tune in full below. (more…)

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Music: Gunplay Ft/ Rick Ross – Scuffed Timbs


Gunplay jumps on a Timbaland produced track and wastes the beat, not even assistance from Rick Ross can save this track. It is rare that the artwork for the single surpasses the actual content. Listen to the track in full below. Perhaps it takes a few listens to get into, hopefully this is a buzz record and will not appear on Gunplay’s debut album expected to be released in 2015. (more…)

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Nicki Minaj Interview With Angie Martinez Power 105.1


Nicki Minaj talks to radio personality Angie Martinez (more…)

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Throwback Thursday: JAY-Z – Song Cry


For Throwback Thursday I have chosen one of Jay-Z’s most underrated song’s featuring Jaguar Wright on the vocals, Song Cry serves as a song proving that Jay Z is not just a party rapper, he kept it real soulful , a tune with content, flow, verses, punch lines and most of all it is a consistent track lifted from the 2002 album project “The Blueprint.” which is one of Jay-Z’s most timeless albums. (more…)

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FKA Twigs Rocks US Vogue Photographed By Patrick Demarchelier


FKA Twigs appears in vogue modelling this seasons statement earrings shot by Patrick Demarchelier. Check out the stunning images lifted from the four page spread from US Vogue below. (more…)

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J. Cole Interview with Angie Martinez Power 105.1

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J Cole talks to Angie Martinez about his performance at Letterman, new music, culture and life (more…)

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Secret Album Drop: Black Messiah D’Angelo & The Vanguard

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D’Angelo is back with a secret album, and he is back in shape. Itunes describes D’Angelo as “D’Angelo was one of the founders and leading lights of the neo-soul movement of the mid- to late ’90s, which aimed to bring the organic flavor of classic R&B back to the hip-hop age. Modeling himself on the likes of Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Curtis Mayfield, and Al Green, D’Angelo’s influences didn’t just come across in his vocal style — like most of those artists, he wrote his own material, and frequently produced it as well, helping to revive the concept of the R&B auteur. His debut album, Brown Sugar, gradually earned him an audience so devoted that the follow-up, Voodoo, debuted at number one despite a five-year wait in between. The wait for his third album — at one point tentatively titled James River — was much longer.” Listen to “Really Love 2014.” Lifted from the new album project titled “Black Messiah.” in full below. (more…)

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Fabolous Interview at The Breakfast Club Power 105.1


Roc Nation rapper and NY Native Fabolous visits The Breakfast Club to Talk “Young OG Project.” and more, watch the candid interview in full below. (more…)

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“The strangest things happen on the London Underground!”


Random acts of lindness/ togetherness on the underground. This time at Kentish Town Station, watch the sing along in full below and have your faith in human kindness restored :-). (more…)

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