When I first heard this collaboration existed, I admit I wasn’t too keen on the idea, but after hearing the finished project, I’m glad I didn’t close my heart off to it. “Both Of Us” appears on B.o.B’s Strange Clouds project, and serves as a ying & yang – chorus & verse predicament. Taylor and Bobby Ray compliment each other perfectly. And the Jake Nava-directed visual is very fitting.
Mister “Snapbacks & Tattoos”, Driicky Graham, is coming to us with a 15-track offering, hosted by DJ Ill Will. The mixtpae title, Ya Gotta Start Somewhere, is a testament of itself. Although Graham has garnered nearly 2 million views on his hit single’s video, and has found radio success, he’s ‘gotta start somewhere’ and this project is it. Stream and download the project, here.
Lana Del Rey puts a spin on history for her “National Anthem” visual… In the video she plays Jackie O, and A$AP Rocky plays John F. Kennedy. The video goes on to show how their relationship flourishes, from courting, to kids, to JFK’s assassination. I don’t believe I could have dreamt up a more fitting visual. Lana Del Rey’s Born To Die is now available in stores.
While riding around New York City, 50 Cent was in a semi-serious car accident. His SUV was hit by a truck, and 50 was rushed to the nearest hospital, in Queens. At first it was reported that 50 was in critical condition, but it has been reported he is out of the hospital and doing fine.
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