Beyoncé unleashes some official footage for her sold out Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, which kicked off last week in Belgrade, Serbia.
She gives us a taste of her many costume changes, as well as some perfomance tidbits, teasing with clips of her tracks, “Run the World (Girls),” “Love On Top,” and “Halo.”
Following the European leg of her tour, Beyoncé will hit The Mrs. Carter Show stateside on June 28th!
Strip club anthems seem to be in trend this year, so it’s no surprise to hear this new track from Twista and R. Kelly.
Check out “Throwin’ My Money.” The two Chicago natives unite for Twista’s new single from his upcoming album, The Dark Horse, which presently has no release date but it scheduled to drop some time later this year.
It’s been since 2010 that Janelle Monáe released her debut full length LP, The ArchAndroid, but she’s back and ready to funk things up with Erykah Badu on her brand new track, “Q.U.E.E.N.,” which Janelle exclusively told us, is an “experience, not a single.”
The track, co-written by Monáe herself and produced by Nate Rocket Wonder of the Wondaland Arts Society, is the first thing lifted from her hotly anticipated sophomore album, The Electric Lady, which will find it’s way in stores some time late this summer.
Check out the latest visual from Rick Ross, who has recently been in the press a lot for some controversial remarks in his music, as well as the loss of his Reebok deal.
The clip is for this Omarion-assisted single, “Ice Cold,” lifted from his latest album, last year’s, God Forgives, I Don’t. Crazy enough, Rozay is already on his way to releasing a new album, Mastermind, scheduled to release this summer.
Check out Miguel giving us a behind the scenes look at his upcoming video for the new remix for his hit “How Many Drinks?”
The remix version, originally featured on Miguel’s sophomore album, Kaleidoscope Dream features rapper Kendrick Lamar.
The two shot the performance visual in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago, before the single even dropped. The clip was directed by Clark Jackson. Check it out!
Raheem DeVaughn is back with a new visual for his latest single, “Love Connection.” The track is lifted from Raheem’s upcoming fourth studio album, A Place Called Loveland, which is scheduled to release this summer.
Drake releases some new music via his October’s Very Own SoundCloud page. Check out the new track, “Girls Love Beyoncé,” featuring singer/songwriter James Fauntleroy singing the hook of the popular Destiny’s Child hit, “Say My Name.”
Produced by Noah “40” Shebib, the track is said to not appear on Drake’s upcoming third studio album, Nothing Was the Same which is will hit stores this spring.
Check out Chi-Town representer Common giving his take on Jay-Z’s track, “Open Letter.”
The G.O.O.D. Music signee pretty much picks up where Jay-Z leaves off on the track, co-produced by Timbaland and Swizz Beatz.
On the original (which can be heard by clicking related stories below), Jay-Z expresses his frustrations with the backlash on he and his wife’s anniversary trip to Cuba (you can read more about that below as well!).
In Common’s edition, he takes time to give his critics on the media, as well as addresses his appearance at the White House. We’re not surprised, though. Common has never been one to hold his tongue on controversial issues, so it’s no shock that he’s taken a stance and been vocal about it.