The Dream recently went to twitter to complain after he was “snubbed” by the Grammy’s. This time he was firing back at fans who blamed him for Mariah Carey’s low sales numbers. I don’t blame him for her low sales. I blame Mariah for being crazy, and already loaded for her low sales. Plus the music was pretty piss poor if you ask me. Anyway, check out what The Dream has to say. Thoughts? Shouts to RR for always being on their twitter game. The Dream should really be complaining about this photo right here. Look at those boots. Yikes!
Pusha T's on a role, seemingly unveiling new goodies from his freshly-released King Push - Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude album everyday. Alongside The-Dream, who also appears on the song, Push -- who recently kicked a nice freestyle on Sway -- performs inside of a church. Check it out after the jump.
Pusha T's Darkest Before Dawn is set to drop first thing midnight and after sharing "Untouchable," "M.F.T.R. (More Famous Than Rich)," and "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets," Pusha T is sharing the heavyweight feature cut "MPA." In addition to recruiting Kanye West, A$AP Rocky, and The-Dream for "MPA," the track is produced by the Dreamville superstar J. Cole. Listen after the jump.
Pusha T is set to drop his new album Darkest Before Dawn next week. It's arriving before his highly-anticipated King Push album, which will arrive April 2016. Today, he's shared a new track called "M.F.T.R." (More Famous Than Rich), featuring The-Dream. It's co-produced by Boi-1da and Hudson Mohawke. He shared the lyrics yesterday via Genius. Hear the track above; it premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show. After the jump!
After sharing "Foreclosures" from his forthcoming Black Dollar, Rick Ross is hitting fans with the one-two punch as he drops another new one: "Money Dance" featuring The-Dream. It's also produced by Jake One. Listen to "Money Dance" after the jump and get ready for Black Dollar dropping later this week.
This is perhaps the single worst song I've had the displeasure of hearing in all of 2015 thus far. Also, side note: I've grown tired of the internet's relationship with rap music and hip hop culture -- this meme stuff has to stop. I know it won't and don't get wrong, I don't mind it, per say -- it's getting out of had. With all the "u mad" and "why u mad" and Drake/Meek Mill memes. It's a mess. And this song, "Why You Mad," can be added to that. It's a Mariah Carey track, from his forthcoming studio album, and it's produced by the once-acclaimed Detail. Yet the song is utterly terrible and lifeless, and the French Montana, Justin Bieber, and T.I. (huh?) features don't add anything either. Oh, and this track was premiered by TMZ. Enjoy. After the jump!
Jay Z and his amazing celebrity friends recently launched the music streaming service Tidal. Earlier yesterday Jay Z decided to jump on his Twitter account and clear the air about Tidal's business model compared to competing streaming services. Needless to say it was a show. Read Jay Z's tweets and more after the jump!