Pharrell Williams has an almost two-hour conversation with NPR Music and drops some serious gems along the way.
With his 8th studio album Church In These Streets out now in stores, Young Jeezy covers the latest “holiday” issue of The Source magazine.
The Incredible True Story is the new album from Logic which is set to sell well in its first week. A few days back he stopped by with Ebro In The Morning for the first time to talk about the new album and its concept, being too nice, the method to solving the Rubik’s cube, almost having Peter Rosenberg and Neil deGrasse Tyson on the album and more.
Snag his album, here.
Today global icon and multiple GRAMMY® Award winner NE-YO revealed the launch of his new fall campaign which celebrates style while creating awareness and support for his non-profit the Compound Foundation. Through the campaign, fans can support the foundation’s mission of enhancing the quality of life and support for children in the foster care system.
Launched Nov. 9 across all digital and social platforms, the campaign is rooted in the same core values that NE-YO has always stood for over the past 8 years; utilizing his gifts and blessings to enhance and uplift the lives of children in need, specifically within the foster care system. NE-YO fans are encouraged to proudly wear a t-shirt designed by the recording artist himself. 100% of the proceeds from the shirt’s sales will go to Compound Foundation worthy initiatives and programs to support those in the foster care system. Proceeds will also be used to purchase new toys for children and teens during their 8th annual Giving Tour this holiday season.
“Finding your own version of ‘stylish change’ is an art – helping those among us in the most need, must become the new normal, and that’s the essence of the campaign,” said recording superstar, NE-YO. “This fall, we celebrate dressing for change.”
“We are inspired by the bold and honest spirit of the millennial generation; their authenticity is what makes them stand apart in today’s complex world,” said Compound Foundation Executive Director, Khalilah Abdul-Baqi. “Compound Foundation has always stood for individuality and the support of those in the foster care system. By challenging the idea of what it means to support, we hope to inspire confidence in everyone’s own personal style by wearing a t-shirt inspired by their favorite artist.”
T-shirts are available to fans and supporters, through November 22nd, at www.represent.com/compoundfoundation.
Both Paul Wall and Slim Thug have albums out with Slabgod and Hogg Life Vol. 3: Hustler Of The Year.
2 Chainz visited Rap Radar’s Podcast to talk about what he’s working on and more, and that includes a joint album with Lil Wayne…
On my facebook page (shameless plug) there is a crazy viral video movement going, as a consorted part of Dimplez TV. Most videos posted to the page have garnered over 500K views, virtually going viral every day.
I guess Kanye West hasn’t been able to hold his weight because he has now named Pusha T the new president of G.O.O.D. Music…