“She Knows” is Ne-Yo’s second single off his upcoming album, Non-Fiction. The song features production by Dr. Luke and rhymes by Juicy J. In an interview with New York’s Power 105, Ne-Yo said that this latest album will be “99.999998% R&B.”
But what about the other 0.000002% ??? Polka — definitely.
Juicy J recently dropped a new single with an incredible line up of collaborators. “Low” features verses from Nicki Minaj and Lil Bibby, Young Thug on the hook and production by Dr. Luke. The single is off Juicy J’s upcoming album Pure THC: The Hustle Continues.
So… your album is called Pure the hustle continues?
DJ Kay Slay recruited a slew of his friends for his latest single, “Keep Calm.”
I’ll keep you posted on the inevitable follow-up single, “And Carry On.”
Mike WiLL Made It is the producer behind many of the biggest songs from the past two years, and for his first lead single, he called in some favors from Miley and Juicy J.
Miley raps (yes raps) the chorus, “I’m in the club, high off purp, with some shades on. Tatted up, mini skirt with my Js on.”
I assume Miley’s wearing Js because she’s so high that she needed more stability than heels could provide. No self-respecting female goes to the club in sneakers.
Katy Perry recently released “Dark Horse,” from her upcoming album Prism. The new song features rapper Juicy J who appears (a little) out of left field — presumably because it’s been over two years since Kanye’s remix of “E.T.” and Katy is worried about losing her “street cred.” But I’m pretty sure people named “Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson” don’t have street cred to begin with.
In a recent interview, Katy revealed that Drake’s music is the soundtrack to her and John Mayer’s hookups. Which, I totally get — nothing puts me in the mood like the beginning of “Show Me a Good Time,” but just the first 15 seconds though, once the piano kicks in, it get so annoying.
Another stellar selection from Wale’s latest album, The Gifted, out yesterday.
I know what you’re thinking, this song must be about the popular As-Seen-On-TV product, The Clapper. I hate to disappoint, but it’s actually about strippers. But it’s not all bad news, I think this song’s music video could be the perfect way to bring The Clapper into the 21st Century…
Clap on. Clap off. Oh yeahhhhhhh!
This song is from B.o.B’s mixtape Fuck ‘Em We Ball. Ironically, that is also the name of my children’s book about good sportsmanship.
The mixtape was released in November, but, like B.o.B said, “they tried to shut us down,” and four months later, they’re still in this bitch.
I imagine it’s intimidating to work with Juicy J…
“Hey, Juicy, guess what? My album just went platinum!”
“Then did you win an Academy Award? Didn’t think so.”
The Biebs is so bad. Here he is guest-starring as a rapper on Maejor Ali’s (formerly Bei Maejor) “Lolly.” There is major self-plagiarizing on Juicy J’s part, ripping off Three 6 Mafia’s “Lolli Lolli.” But ya know, when you strike such musical gold as a lollipop / blow job comparison, you go with it.
Also, it’s about time the Beliebers learn about BJs.