Kanye West embraced social media and cameras like never before. During his star studded (Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Timbaland, Busta Rhymes) Yeezus listening session at Milk Studios in New York City, the father-to-be previewed 9 new songs from the project. Yeezy's forthcoming sixth studio album has a noticeably darker vibe than his last LP, MBDTF. Though the anger many took away from his first releases from the album, "New Slaves" and "Black Skinhead," lessons throughout Yeezus. Kanye stirs up the pot once again and experiments with a blend of hip-hop, rock and industrial sounds.
Rihanna definitely kept us in the know of her collaboration with D.C. rapper Wale. The pair who were in the studio cooking up “Bad” remix debuted the new single on Monday; however, it sounds like RiRi might be coming for ex-off-and-on beau Chris Brown. Miley Cyrus releases her new single "We Can't Stop," and our currently cover model Selena Gomez reveals that her new album Stars Dance will come out on July 23rd. Enjoy.
Ray J seems to be trying to play the innocent guy role for his latest firebomb. Not long after his “I Hit It First” single impacted the airwaves, Brandy’s lil’ brother called into Hot97 to explain himself. From the jump, he backtracks by saying that the song isn’t about Kim Kardashian, and it’s just a “concept” song. Yea, right. He goes on to say that it’s not a “diss” song and he doesn’t want to “start a war” because it’s all in fun. As you guessed, Ebro, Rosenberg, and Kay Foxx went in. And, there’s a video on the way. [See More]
2 Chainz has been heavily involved in the Respect My Vote! campaign for quite some time. As a former felon himself, Chainz believes in helping to educate other felons on their right to vote. In his sit down with Fuse, he discusses how felons can still vote and have their voice again. Chainz walks us through the process of logging onto Respect My Vote!’s website and following the instructions for your specific city. He also explains the requirements for felons in order to participate in the Respect My Vote! campaign. Enjoy.
Atlanta native Young Jeezy stops by FUSE Channel's new show Hip Hop Shop to talk about his new project TM103 in stores December 20th. Pre-order the hot new album here which includes The Motivation Edition packages with Jeezy t-shirts and snapbacks. Enjoy.