Apr
18
New Music: K Camp f/ Wale – ‘Off the Floor’

Off the Floor

K Camp is all about his money. Following his collaboration with 2 Chainz, the Atlanta-raised rapper teams with Wale on his strip club-ready record “Off the Floor,” produced by Big Fruit.

“I been gettin’ money / I ain’t worried ’bout a ho,” raps K Camp over the clapping beat.

The song will appear on his upcoming debut EP In Due Time, which will be released on FTE/Interscope.

He also recently shot a video for “Cut Her Off” in L.A.

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Apr
18
Prince Reunites with Warner Bros., Readies New Album

Prince

Eighteen years since their highly-publicized fallout, Prince has realigned with Warner Bros. Records and announced a new agreement that will see the release of previously unheard music and remasters.

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Apr
18
New Music: Santana f/ Miguel – ‘Indy’

Corazón

Miguel has worked with icons including Elton John and Mariah Carey. Now the Grammy-winning crooner teams with Carlos Santana on “Indy” for the rock legend’s upcoming album Corazón. Miguel serenades his leading lady over Santana’s wailing electric guitar.

“Your body is a temple / It just might be the Temple of Doom / Got an Indiana Jones for ya, baby / There’s no telling what I might do,” he croons.

Due May 6, Corazón also features appearances from Gloria Estefan, Pitbull, Ziggy Marley, and Romeo Santos.

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Apr
18
New Music: Mally Mall f/ Tyga, YG, & Lloyd – ‘Eat (Remix)’

Eat (Remix)

Cali producer-turned-rapper Mally Mall serves up the ratchet and raunchy remix to his song “Eat,” produced by Ty Dolla $ign and The Audibles. Tyga’s original verse remains in tact, while YG and Lloyd dirty up the track with their sexually-explicit rhymes.

Unleash their freaky collabo below.

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Apr
18
B.o.B and Priscilla Perform ‘John Doe’ on ‘Today’

Priscilla and B.o.B

B.o.B paid a visit to “Today” on Friday for a performance on the Toyota Concert Series. With some help from singer-songwriter Priscilla, the Hustle Gang MC rocked Rockefeller Plaza while performing his anti-addiction anthem “John Doe.” Wearing metallic sneakers, B.o.B played the guitar and spoke about his latest album Underground Luxury.

“This album, being that it’s my third album, I just really wanna show people the side of me that usually would get on a mixtape,” said B.o.B.

Set off your weekend with some help from Bobby Ray.

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Apr
18
New Music: Iggy Azalea f/ Rita Ora – ‘Black Widow’

The New Classic

Love hurts. Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora are a deadly duo on “Black Widow” off the Aussie rapper’s debut The New Classic. The blonde bombshells get revenge on the dark love song, co-written by Katy Perry and produced by Benny Blanco and Stargate.

“I’m gonna love you until you hate me / And I’m gonna show ya what’s really crazy / You should’ve known better than to mess with me harder,” sings Rita over the trap beat.

Iggy’s album arrives Tuesday featuring collaborations with T.I., Mavado, and Watch the Duck.

She is also featured on Ariana Grande’s new single “Problem” and will kick off her tour on April 23 in Boston.

Get caught up in their tangled web.

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Apr
18
Video: Keyshia Cole – ‘Next Time (Won’t Give My Heart Away)’

Keyshia Cole

Keyshia Cole channels her emotions in the video for “Next Time (Won’t Give My Heart Away).” After getting payback in the Juicy J-assisted “Rick James,” the Oakland songstress shows a more vulnerable side in the Colin Tilley-directed clip, inspired by her relationship with estranged husband Daniel “Boobie” Gibson.

Her sixth album Point of No Return is due this summer featuring contributions from Mike WiLL Made It, Birdman, Future, and Wale.

“There’s definitely more sexy songs on this album than I’ve ever done,” Keyshia told Fuse. “I’m excited to see what the people think about that, so we’ll see how receptive they are to the album. I think it’s a great album and I feel like it’s one of my best albums to date.”

Watch Keyshia put it all out there in the tear-jerking visuals.

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