A breakup did Jordin Sparks’ body good.
The song is Sparks’ first off her upcoming new album.
“Explain that, Daddy!”
First the most expensive burger, now the most expensive joint.
Skrillex and Diplo want you to turn down for their new mixtape this weekend.
And yeah, that’s a Drake reference in the title.
While 2 Chainz contemplates running for mayor in metropolitan Atlanta, he’s released his latest mixtape, ‘T.R.U. Jack City.’
The sequel to his 2011 Sorry 4 the Wait mixtape also has remixes of Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love,” Dej Loaf’s “Try Me,” iLoveMakonnen’s “Maneuvering”, Future’s “Sh!t”, and Rae Stremmurd’s “No Type.”
The rapper, real name Tauheed Epps, showed his political prowess last night on an episode of HLN where he tried really hard to convince political pundit Nancy Grace that legalizing pot in all 50 states would be a good thing.
2 Chainz stays true to his roots on “Trap House Stalkin’,” a certified street anthem featuring a selection of up-and-coming Atlanta talent.
The two rappers jump on the regional hit from the rising artist from D.C.
Ludacris’ Burning Bridges EP drops in December, followed in March by his Ludaverse LP, his first studio album since 2010.
Sweet Talker is out next week, Oct. 14.
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The sold out three-night run won’t just feature special guests, but an “In Real Life” art installation from Tumblr that will feature fan-submitted art.
“This wasn’t just a burger, it was an experience,” crows 2 Chainz.
Year Of The Wolf comes out on Oct. 14 and will be followed by another solo album, The Documentary 2.