Rihanna is the source of inspiration for the latest Yo Gotti joint. Gotti, who shall be dropping his new album The Art of Hustle soon, is sharing his latest track — simply entitled “Rihanna” — featuring Atlanta’s premiere rapper, Young Thug. Listen to the new Gotti joint after the jump.
Jay Z may have caused some huge hype byway of his new Tidal streaming service but it looks as if there’s already trouble in paradise as he’s being accused of ripping off an English music artist/producer.
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Rihanna is dropping some new music, as promised. “B***h Better Have My Money” will show up on the follow-up to 2012’s Unapologetic. That as-yet-untitled album is being executive produced by Kanye West and includes the previously released single “FourFiveSeconds” and “American Oxygen”, which was previewed during a NCAA commercial for March Madness. Check out Rihanna’s “B***h Better Have Money” after the jump.
Kanye West stopped by Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club for an hour long interview. During his hour long sit down with the Breakfast Club crew Kanye discussed his Grammy incident and divulged some pretty juicy details regarding his currently untitled Yeezus followup. According to Kanye himself, the album is about 80% complete and will comprise of “bars, songs, [and] cookout music that just feels good”. He explained, “My last album was a protest to music, I was like ‘I’m gonna take my ball and go home’…This album is embracing the music, joy. Being of service to the people. I just hope people like it and enjoy it.”
But, in typical Kanye fashion, he didn’t confirm a release date. In fact, ‘Ye is completely over release dates and plans to drop the album as a surprise a la Beyonce and Drake. While discussing the forthcoming album, Kanye also touched on the track “Wolves” featuring Vic Mensa and Sia, which he premiered during his adidas fashion show. Apparently the track came from a Drake collaboration which, sadly, fell through. “The song came from a conversation me and Drake had where we were supposed to do an album together—it was supposed to be called Wolves…we said we was gonna do it, he was sending beats back and forth,” said ‘Ye of “Wolves.” “I got this one record with Young Thug that I’m gonna put on the Rihanna album…It might happen because I threw that out there, but he [Young Thug] probably be mad that I mention it on your show because he dislike y’all so much.”
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After unveiling the visuals for her new single “FourFiveSeconds,” Rihanna’s folk pop song is getting a DJ Mustard treatment. And we’re actually thankfully to hear the trademark “Mustard on the beat, hoe!” drop here, because the original is hugely disappointing and utterly cheesy. With some assistance from DJ Iknoso, DJ Freedo, and Shuck, Mustard has turned Rihanna’s “FourFiveSeconds” into a club-ready track. Listen after the jump.
Is this the making of ’90s GAP revival? Rihanna is joined by Kanye West and Paul McCartney for the “FourFiveSeconds” visuals. In it, Rihanna is sandwiched between two men, one who is an ex-Beatle, while the other is Yeezus. There’s not much to say here, other than it’s a dilberately cheesy song with an equally cheesy video. Yep, straight cheese here, bruh bruh. Peep the visuals for “FourFiveSeconds” after the jump.
Eminem releases the official tracklisting for upcoming Marshall Mathers LP 2. Marshall looks to be keeping it relatively light with the guest spots on this one, with King Kendrick being the only rap feature on the project. Unlike most big-budget, stilted sequels, maybe this one won’t suck. Peep the full tracklist after the jump. Read More
Ri-Ri drops the visual for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced single, “Pour It Up. Three minutes of Rihanna working it out underwater as the Twerk Queen of Atlantis. We ain’t mad.
Rocky gives BET’s 106 & Park the green-light to premiere (yes, apparently artists still do this in 2013) his official visual for “Fashion Killa” off Long.Live.A$AP. You may recognize the female face in the video. Hint: It’s Rihanna. Directed by Virgil Abloh.