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Tip and Skateboard P: whenever Tip is dropping an album, this union is pretty much a given. From “I’m Serious” to “Freak Though,” from “Goodlife” to “Amazing” and “Hello,” T.I. and Pharrell have essentially made an EP’s worth of collaborative tracks just from his own albums alone. With his new album Paperwork dropping on October 21st, the duo reunite once again on this countrified number. Pre-order the album on iTunes and receive an instant download.
Flying Lotus, ‘Never Catch Me feat. Kendrick Lamar’, a film by Hiro Murai. The song appears on ‘You’re Dead!’, preview the album and learn more at http://flying-lotus.com
T.I. is getting ready to release his new album “Paperwork: The Motion Picture” which is set to drop October 21st. Before we get the album, Here is a look at the cover and tracklist for the project. This 18 track project will feature artists such as Chris Brown, Pharrell, Young Thug, Jeezy, Nipsey Hussle, Lil Boosie, Iggy Azalea, Rick Ross and more. Check out the full tracklist below and cover above.
2. G Shit (feat. Jeezy & WatchTheDuck)
3. About the Money (feat. Young Thug)
4. New National Anthem (feat. Skylar Grey)
5. Oh Yeah (feat. Pharrell)
6. Private Show (feat. Chris Brown)
7. No Mediocre (feat. Iggy Azalea)
8. Jet Fuel (feat. Lil Boosie)
9. Paperwork (feat. Pharrell)
10. Stay (feat. Victoria Monet)
11. About My Issue (feat. Victoria Monet & Nipsey Hussle)
12. At Ya Own Risk (feat. Usher)
13. On Doe, On Phil (feat. Trae The Truth)
14. Light Em Up (RIP Doe B) (feat. Pharrell & WatchTheDuck)
15. Let Your Heart Go (Break My Soul) (feat. The-Dream)
16. Sugar Cane
17. I Don’t Know
18. You Can Tell How I Walk (feat. Rick Ross)
Quincy Jones Jr. is an American record producer, conductor, composer, television producer and film producer who is not too keen on electronic dance music. Recently Quincy Jones sat down with The National to talk about an award he just won in the United Arab Emerites. The National and Quincy Jones discussed a wide variety of topics from his music career to what the current state of music looks like.
When Quincy was asked what type of music he feels like is all about the money, he responds with “I don’t like techno at all. That’s just noise. I can try it because there is nothing to it but I just don’t think there is anything to learn from it. Now all these DJs are making more money than rock groups. They don’t even need bands anymore. People such as Skrillex and those guys get half a million to a million dollars a show all over the world from Las Vegas to Brazil. As a musician it is extremely frustrating. Because that’s just music to sell products.”
Fat Joe is headed behind bars today to begin his four-month sentence for tax evasion. But before checking in, the Bronx rapper penned a farewell note to his fans and left them with some new music.
The 43-year-old was sentenced in June for failing to pay taxes on $3 million in income between 2007-2010, totaling a tax loss of $718,038. He is scheduled to be released in late December, just in time for New Year’s.
“FARE WELL MY PEOPLE IM BOUT TO TAKE THAT RIDE SEE U AT DIDDYS HOUSE FOR NEW YEARS#GODWILLINGINSHALLAH,” tweeted Joe.
He also dropped his album The Darkside 3 for free via Rap Radar. The 10 tracks include the Action Bronson-assisted single “Your Honor,” with production from DJ Premier, 9th Wonder, and Cool & Dre. -via RapUp
Eminem fans can rejoice in knowing that a new album is on the way. A new Beats By Dre commercial released during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards revealed details for Eminem’s seventh studio album, reportedly titledMMLP2–suggesting “Marshall Mathers LP 2, a sequel to his sophomore album from 2000.
According to the commercial, the album will drop on November 5, 2013.
It was indicated that the effort would be executive produced by Dr. Dre, as well as Def Jam Records co-founder and acclaimed producer Rick Rubin. Rubin has been affiliated with a number of high-profile hip hop records this year. -via HipHopBlog
DJ Khaled is suffering from an album pushback. The We the Best boss has delayed the release of Suffering From Success by a month.
The album was originally due September 24, but has since been moved to October 22. Instead of competing with Drake’s Nothing Was the Same, he will now drop the same day as Katy Perry’s Prism.
“I want everybody to know, my album Suffering From Success is coming out now on October 22,” announced Khaled in a video.
He needed more time to perfect his craft. “I moved the date back because it got greater,” he continued. “I told ya’ll I’m working on the biggest masterpiece ever. I just recorded something that’s so crazy, that’s gon’ have the whole streets erupt earthquake style. Shit got even realer. This shit’s serious.”
The follow-up to 2012?s Kiss the Ring has produced two singles including “No New Friends” and “I Wanna Be With You” featuring Nicki Minaj, Future, and Rick Ross. – via RapUp
Suffering From Success New Release Date / Bugatti Goes Platinum / No New Friends Goes Gold / Studio Session / Day in the Life from Dazed One on Vimeo.