LL Cool J

New Music: LL Cool J – ‘All Night Long’

LL Cool J

LL Cool J hasn’t lost his touch when it comes to the ladies. Fresh off his remix to Kid Ink’s “Main Chick,” the hip-hop icon takes it to the bedroom on his raunchy new jam “All Night Long.”

Over a soulful sample, LL seduces his girl and even promises to “stretch your panties out till they saggin’ like Huggies.”

Listen to LL talk dirty.

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LL Cool J to Kanye West: ‘Stop Complaining’

LL Cool J

Twenty-five years after making his debut appearance on “Arsenio,” LL Cool J returned to where it all began. The rap icon-turned-”NCIS” star, who was the first hip-hop artist to appear on late-night TV, co-signed some of today’s stars including Kid Ink, Tyga, and Chris Brown.

“They remind me of me when I first started,” said LL, who appears on the remix to Kid Ink’s “Main Chick.” “So I was happy to get on that song.”

He also acknowledged ScHoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar, and Kanye West “when he’s not complaining.”

“I love you man, but you gotta stop complaining,” LL told Yeezus before joking, “Don’t hit me.”

Plus, he spit an impromptu version of his 1987 classic “I Need Love” and explained how Michael Jackson once punked him.

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New Music: Kid Ink f/ Chris Brown, Tyga, & LL Cool J – ‘Main Chick (Remix)’

Main Chick (Remix)

Don’t call it a comeback. In between hosting the Grammys and shooting “NCIS: Los Angeles,” LL Cool J unleashes a freaky verse on the remix to Kid Ink’s “Main Chick” featuring Chris Brown and Tyga.

The rapper-turned-actor jumped on the remix at the request of his friend DJ Whoo Kid, who challenged him to submit a verse. Less than an hour later, it was a done deal.

“Im Back on my Queens ish!” declared LL.

See why the ladies call him Cool James.

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J. Cole, Jennifer Hudson, & Ne-Yo Attend Do Something! Awards

Jennifer Hudson and J. Cole

VH1 celebrated do-gooders at the 2013 Do Something! Awards at The Avalon in Hollywood last night. Celebrities including Jennifer Hudson, LL Cool J, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Kelly Osbourne, and Patrick Dempsey were honored for their social change leadership, while J. Cole and Sara Barailes provided the evening’s soundtrack.

J. Cole performed “Crooked Smile” with Jennifer Hudson, who filled in for TLC. “Performing with j cole was like performing with prince to me. He’s such a good guy. So honored!” tweeted J-Hud.

Ne-Yo honored an emotional Jennifer for the Julian D. King Gift Foundation, which she and her sister Julia created to honor Jennifer’s late nephew.

“It warms my heart to see so many blessed from our blessings in honor of my nephew,” said a teary-eyed Jennifer, who dedicated the award to her sister. “It’s one thing to be a celebrity, but it means nothing if you can’t help somebody.”

Queen Latifah and Russell Simmons paid tribute to LL Cool J, who started a basketball tournament and summer athletic camp for youth in his native Queens, New York.

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New Music: Action Bronson f/ LL Cool J & Lloyd Banks – ‘Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Remix)’

Saaab Stories

Action Bronson keeps the trunks rattling with the official remix to “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” featuring LL Cool J and Lloyd Banks. The Queens rapper will release his Harry Fraud-produced EP Saaab Stories on June 11, with appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Prodigy, and Raekwon.

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New Music: LL Cool J f/ Monica – ‘Closer’

LL Cool J and Monica

LL Cool J gets his two-step on with his grown and sexy jam “Closer.” The 45-year-old icon raps about not compromising after 30 years in the game, while Monica lays down the soulful hook.

“LL, grown ass man/ Couldn’t give a damn if a young boy’s my fan/ Long as his mama two-step to my jam while she’s cleaning up her house, mop in her hand,” raps LL, adding, “I don’t do features or chase teenage fans.”

Due April 30, LL’s album Authentic also features Brad Paisley, Eddie Van Halen, Snoop Dogg, Charlie Wilson, Travis Barker, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Bootsy Collins.

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LL Cool J Addresses ‘Accidental Racist’ Backlash on ‘Leno’

LL Cool J and Jay Leno

LL Cool J sparked a national debate this week with “Accidental Racist,” his controversial collaboration with country singer Brad Paisley. During his appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” he defended the song off Paisley’s album Wheelhouse.

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