Meek Mill’s recent legal woos may have him temporarily down, but not out. The Dreamchasers team has released a teaser for what could be his next single, “Ambition”. Check it out as the Dreams Worth More Than Money artist gives a sneak peek.
While Jhene Aiko prepares for her upcoming release of her debut full length album, Souled Out, she is giving fans a little taste of what’s in store. The singer took to Instagram today to drop a snippet of the single, featuring Cocaine 80s, called “To Love And Die” with a mystical visual to go along with. Check out the post after the jump!
“Wu-Tang, baby, they rock the world,” says Cher on one of the two tracks she’ll be featured on, for Wu-Tang Clan’s upcoming album. Yes, Cher and Wu-Tang in the same sentence and soon, on the same record. Wu – Once Upon a Time in Shaolin is being recorded in Morocco and Forbes, writer Zack O’Malley Greenberg traveled across the country for a chance to hear a 51-second snippet of the Cher-assisted track.
It’s extreme secrecy since there will only be one album (one copy). The highest bidder gets the prize. Thus far, $5 million is the tops. This shall be epic. Check out the jump for Greenberg’s travel to North Africa.
After much delays, Future sophomore album is finally set to drop on April 22nd. With that said, he releases the teaser to his next single featuring Drake, titled ‘Never Satisfied’. The two lament about how with all the material things, they are still unfulfilled.
If you’ve caught T.I.’s reoccurring guest appearances on Showtime’s it show House Of Lies, you may have heard a snippet of new T.I. track. Now T.I. unveils a snippet of What You Kill Is What You Eat.
Currently in the midst of his Timbaland Thursdays series, Timbo previews a collaboration track with the late great king of pop Michael Jackson entitled Slave To The Rhythm. The track features previously unreleased vocals from MJ.
If we put all of the previews together, I think that we could pretty much have the whole video. Yet another preview, but this time it looks as if Fabo maybe skipping the country in this portion of the song “Ready,” featuring Chris Brown. Drop down bottom and check out the snippet for the video that comes out April 10th.
Here we go again! Let’s back track a bit first, though. Pusha T’s “Exodus 23:1” seemed to go at Lil Wayne. He immediately took offense, and came back with his own diss. Then later, Wayne said he didn’t really care for the beef and kept it moving. Pusha made it loud and clear that he didn’t care what Drake or YMCMB thought either. In the meantime, “New God Flow” came out from the G.O.O.D. Music camp, another track that seemed to diss Wayne and Drake. However, Pusha actually clarified that it was for Birdman! Then just the other day, he said himself the stuff with Wayne is “not about a diss.” It’s definitely about something, though, as he’s made it quite clear in this cut off Ludacris’ forthcoming Ludaversal album. The funny/interesting part is that Swizz Beatz is on this track as well, and he’s the one that produced Wayne’s diss to Pusha. I wonder if he was aware either time that the guys would be laying down disses! LOL! Listen to a snippet of “Tell Me What They Mad For” below.
Check out a teaser from Game’s latest single “Dead People” produced by Dr. Dre after the jump!