Cash Bradshaw – Let Me Tell You (About Love)
Cash Bradshaw keeps the momentum going with the release of his latest single, “Let Me Tell You (About Love)”, available here.
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OhNo! Entertainment & Onyx
Ohno? But Oh yes, as OhNo! Entertainment and Onyx link up for their latest collaboration with “Laughing to the Bank” featuring Fredro Starr of the legendary New York Hip hop group Onyx, J.Thaddeus & The one and Only Cashflo aka Cash Bradshaw of OhNo! Entertainment. This banger is featured on J.Thaddeus’s latest solo album entitled, “The Disgruntled Gentleman”. A audio version is now available for listening on sound cloud and available for purchase on Itunes. Be on the look out for the official music video coming soon.
Check out the Official art work for the single and Listen to the audio version below.
Listen NOW on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/cash-bradshaw/laughing-to-the-bank-ft-fredro-starr-cash-bradshaw-and-jthaddeus
Purchase NOW on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/laughing-to-bank-feat.-fredro/id779611713?i=779611729
Havoc has dropped his latest project, 13 Reloaded which is a follow-up to his 2013 13 album. The album is entirely produced by Havoc, featuring the gritty and raw production the New York native is legendary for. The album includes features from Prodigy, Sheek Louch, Cormega, among others. Highlights of the album include “Uncut Raw,” “What I Rep,” and “Fallen Soldiers.”
Check out the album stream below, and be sure to cop the album on iTunes.
Shortly after releasing his trippy single, Sexual Dolphin, in late September, Alex Wiley is back with another record called “Lil Stoner Boi.” The Chicago native sent the track out to die hard fans who sent him their emails via Facebook and Instagram, to ensure they received the first listen before the general public.
“I wanted to share something meaningful to me directly with you,” responded Wiley to a fan in an email. “I wanted the people that fuck with what I’m doing to release it. This is yours now, you own it. Share it on the internet share it in the real world. Share it however you like. Thank you, squad”
“Lil Stoner Boi” was produced by Taylor Young and Carter Lang. While the track didn’t make the cut on his latest mixtape Village Party, it is said to be a single on his upcoming project Generous Dubsacks.
Faith Evans is planning on heading back to the studio after the release of her sixth studio album Incomparable on Nov. 24. She will work on a duet album with her late husband and iconic rapper, the Notorious B.I.G. It’s been almost a decade since we last heard the two on a track together, but that all might change. In a recent interview with HipHollywood, the former Bad Boy artist revealed she is excited and anxious to drop some new material with Biggie next year.
“I finally got all my ducks in a row to make it happen,” said Evans. When asked about the theme of the forthcoming project, Evans replied, “Think Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole.”
The “I Deserve It” singer says she’s wanted to work on this project for years and has even thought of potential titles for it; The King And I. Details about future singles and production of the album have yet to be revealed. Will Evans reach out to Diddy for help with album? Only time will tell.
Watch the full interview above.
Floyd Mayweather takes stunting to a whole new level.
The leader of the Money Team is not afraid to brag, but this Instagram takes the cake. As he lies down, about 10 gorgeous bootylicious women twerks in front of him, shaking what their momma gave them. What a life. Watch above. Also take a look at his best moments on Instagram below.
Are you mad yet?
Jeff Staple continues his takeover in the final quarter of 2014. One of the highlights from his holiday 2014 collection is the apparel made in collaboration with well-known artist Naturel.
The Staple collection showcases the signature artwork of Naturel in 18-pieces of the capsule. Naturel’s vector-style art is seen on tees, woven shirts, hats, fleece sweaters, hats and a varsity jacket. The graphics not he garments range from Biggie Smalls, skeletons, nude figures and liquor bottles.
The new Staple x Naturel collection is now available at Staple retailers.
Premiering for the first time ever, YG held a private screening in NYC for his debut short film, Blame It On The Streets. DJ Mustard, Peter Rosenberg, and Keke Palmer were all in attendance with a small audience of about 50 people.
Decked in “Bompton” gear to set the tone, an excited YG first hit the mic along with host Elliot Wilson to welcome the audience and introduce YG’s long anticipated project. No ID also hopped on the mic to wallow in YG’s accomplishment, the rapper later joked that the speech was the longest he’s heard from the newly announced head of Def Jam A&R. All sat anxiously in preparation as the film began, acting and film is an area in which YG has yet to master.
The Alex Nazari directed-film cut on revealing in the opening credits that YG had not only executive produced the movie, but the My Krazy Life rapper also wrote the script. About 5 minutes in, as the West Coast street life was ever present, the film instantly had the tone of hood classics like ‘Boys In The Hood‘ and Ice Cube’s ‘Friday.’ The casting also unveiled that Coach Carter’s Rick Gonzalez held a lead role along with YG and his crew; Slim, Ace and TeeCee4800. The plot wasted no time climaxing and within the first 10 minutes the action was on, with “BPT” blaring in the background, the guns were blazing. Following the first scene, YG was then introduced into the film and the dramatics continued to build, of course adorned by the “My Hitta” rapper’s dry urban humor. After YG and his innocent yet recently assaulted crew set out on revenge, the first half of the 30 minute film came to a close.
The second half began as the next day rolled around and the crew was anticipating what the new day would bring. Now with “Meet The Flockers” playing, the My Krazy Life heads knew what was about to go down, “Find a Chinese neighborhood, cause they don’t believe in bank accounts.” The film continued with the gang gearing up to rob a house and as the song weaves a cautionary tale, it was easy to foresee the unfavorable outcome. Once realizing the authorities would soon be on their tails, the plot spiked again and the crew was face-to-face with the cops. As some of the characters enjoyed a great escape while others did not, the ending added the prefect touch and drove the point home that this film would promisingly not be YG’s last.
All-in-all YG’s effort was well perceived by the audience and left viewers wanting the plot to continue. The cast selected to play the roles, even though merely some of YG’s friends, did an excellent job of embodying the roles portrayed. This film, even though only a half hour long, was an excellent first jab into the world of cinema for the Def Jam signee and it’s crazy to believe that it all started from a dream in “BPT.”-Miranda Johnson
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Last week, Kim Kardashian had the media in a frenzy when she unveiled her cover photo for Paper Magazine. Kim went completely naked for the cover, revealing both full-frontal and rear nudity. While reports show the reality star didn’t receive a major lump sum for the magazine shoot, her ex-boyfriend Ray J seems to have made a hefty profit from it. Vivid Entertainment recently told TMZ sales for Kim and Ray J’s sex tape, Kim K Superstar, have skyrocketed since the release of her magazine which means more money in Ray J’s pockets.
A source from Vivid Entertainment says sales and views for the sex tape have escalated so much that Brandy’s little brother will receive $50,000 for last week alone. President of Vivid Entertainment, Steve Hirsch, told TMZ the instantaneous spike has made Kim K Superstar the highest selling celebrity sex tape of all time. The video took the spot once held by Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.
Remember when Ray J offered some of the profits he was making from the sex tape to Kim and Kanye as a wedding gift? Well, this recent increase in revenue probably won’t be shared with anyone but his accountant.
Azealia Banks is joining forces with MTV, BitTorrent, and SoundCloud to give fans and producers the opportunity to remix her song for a big cash prize. Banks is giving away $10,000 to the person who sends in the best remix to her single “Chasing Time.” The Harlem rapper will handpick the lucky winner.
Fresh off the release of her debut album Broke With Expensive Taste, Banks is eager to show fans how much she appreciates their support. The stem of the track will be available on BitTorrent and contestants can upload their remixed submissions to this SoundCloud account.
For those interested in applying, submit your songs before the contest ends Dec. 15.
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OT Genasis’s banger “Coco” has been setting the street and clubs on fire lately, and now 2014 XXL Freshman Troy Ave has put out his version of the jam. On Troy Ave’s “Coco (Keymix),” the New York native delivers a verse about you guessed it; cooking and selling cocaine. “I water whip/I don’t use baking soda,” spits Troy Ave. Troy continues by rapping about how real he and his BSB crew are, and round out his verse by saying that he made a million bucks without a deal. Troy Ave’s singular verse is followed by one of OT Genasis’s verse on the original version of the song.
Troy Ave’s White Christmas 3 drops on Dec. 25, but this should hold fans over until then. Check out his remix of “Coco” below.
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