#DJFunkFlexApp NEW MUSIC: Rihanna ft. 2 Chainz – Pour It Up (Remix)

The Codeine Cowboy was rumored to be on the official remix to Riri’s “Pour It Up” along with Jeezy, Rozay, Juicy J and Tip but was not. Still, his verse for the record was not a rumor, and you could listen to how the remix would have sounded after the jump.

(Photo) French Montana Signs Lil Durk To Coke Boys ?!?!

I’m not too BIG off the 300 team, but Coke Boys – I sure am! I’ve only caught a few of his tracks, but Lil’ Durk seems to be a little bit different from the rest of the Chi-Town artists that are out right now. So on to the BIG news – the Def Jam signee just may be a #CokeBoy baby, according to DJ’s new Executive Vice President, Shawn “Pecas” Costner. Check out what’s in the making down below.

(Video) Rihanna Wins All Three Billboard R&B Awards And Top Radio Songs Artist

All Riri usually sees are signs. All she sees is dollar signs. But tonight, Riri is seeing a lot of awards. Besides winning Billboard’s Top Radio Songs Artist award, the Barbados-born songstress took home each of Billboard’s R&B awards: Top R&B Artist, Top R&B Album and Top R&B Song. Some of the R&B nominees she defeated are: Alicia Keys, Frank Ocean, Usher and Ne-Yo. Oh yeah. Another nominee she defeated was Chris Brown. Pour it up! Pour it up! See the video to “Diamonds” aka Top R&B Song after the jump.

(Video) Kanye West Projects “New Slaves” On Wrigley Field

Last night, Ye projected his new video, “New Slaves” from his upcoming LP, in 66 cities. One of the cities was Brooklyn, his Big Brother’s hometown. Today, footage of the video being played on Wrigley Field in Chicago, his hometown, was shared by GWHH. 64 clips to go! Check out the visual below.

Sha Money XL Leaves Def Jam For Epic Records

Some major shakeups going on in the Def Jam building as of late! Sha Money XL is the latest to leave his post, leaving his gig as SVP of A&R for IDJ and heading to Epic Records as the EVP of Urban A&R. “As I embark on this new Epic journey,” Sha said in a statement, “I have a great vision for what the new record industry should be like, the music, the experience and lifestyle.” Congrats and good luck!

(Video) Lil Durk – Dis Ain’t What U Want

In the neighborhood he grew up at, Def Jam’s Lil Durk shoots the visual to “Dis Ain’t What U Want.” Check the video below.

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