POSSIBLE TIMBERLAKE COLLABORATION ON JUICY J'S STAY TRIPPY
The last time we heard Juicy J and Justin Timberlake on a track together was Chop It Up, off of JT’s FutureSex/LoveSounds. The boys are trying to make another collaboration go down and hopefully it’ll appear on Juicy’s first release with Taylor Gang, Stay Trippy.
Juicy J talked to Sway on MTV's RapFix about his hopes for the collaboration to make it on the album and his respect for Timberlake.
"I got this record [with him]," he told Sway on MTV RapFix. "It's not all the way finished yet. Shoutout to Justin Timberlake. I been on JT for a minute and we did a couple of records. He still gotta do the vocals. Hopefully while we do a mix of it, it'll make the album cause it's a great song."
There is no denying Timberlake is a mega talent and Juicy J agrees.
"Justin is super talented. He could play any kind of instrument. He engineers on the mixing board," he explained of the "Suit & Tie" singer. "When I saw it, I was like, 'Wow this guy really knows music. He's really involved in everything. He's incredible."
Stay Trippy is set for a July 2nd release.
PHARRELL TO JOIN FASHION REALITY SHOW-PRODUCED BY RIHANNA
Pharrell Williams is no stranger to the fashion world, and neither is Rihanna for that matter.
Riri has snagged Pharrell to be a part of the Style Network’s Styled to Rock, a competition based reality fashion show. The series is 10 episodes, which follows 12 unknown fashion designers as they try to win the grand prize of becoming a celebrity stylist.
Do we really need another reality show? Will you watch because Pharrell and Riri are involved?
MORE HOLOGRAMS COMING TO A STADIUM NEAR YOU
Rock the Bells is one the largest hip hop festivals in North America and this year is their 10th anniversary. Last night the concert line-up was announced, and it turns out some artists will be rising from the dead.
A la Tupac at Coachchella, Ol' Dirty Bastard and Eazy-E will be performing at the festival as "virtual performances."
Would you pay cash to see holograms perform?
KELLY ROWLAND AIRS OUT HER FEELINGS ABOUT BEYONCE
Beyonce is clearly Queen B for a reason, but where has that left the rest of Destiny’s Child?
On the sidelines “bowing” down?
Well until now, Kelly Rowland has never spoke about what being Beyonce's shadow felt like to her. With her new single, Dirty Laundry, she airs it all out.
"When my sister was on stage killin' it like a motherfucker
I was enraged, feelin' it like a motherfucker
Bird in a cage
You would never know what I was dealin' with
Went our separate ways but I was happy she was killin' it
She was up, I was down
No lie, I feel good for her but what do I do now?
Forget the records, off the record
I was goin' through some bullshit
Post-Survivor, she on fire, who wanna hear my bullshit?"
Well, drawing attention to your new album with Beyonce’s name won’t hurt the sales. Rowland’s album, Talk A Good Game comes out June 18th.
Rihanna: Jump This track is off of Rihanna's 7th studio album, Unapologetic. Jump is being hailed as a standout track on the album. The song features the catchiest lyrics from Ginuwine's Pony aka "ride it, jump on it." Go, Riri go!
Drake: Started From The Bottom
This track is the first single off of Drake's anticipated/unreleased third studio album, Nothing Was the Same. Drake was tired of people judging his up bringing, so this track was released to explain his past. *He doesn't mention Jimmy.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ryan Dalton: Can't Hold Us
This track has now reached No.1 on the Billboard charts, which makes history as the first time a duo has had two consecutive No.1 hits on the Billboard charts.
Trinidad James: Females Welcome
So So he's not a one hit wonder? Trinidad James is already back at it with a follow up to his smash hit, All Gold Everything and he manages to keep pushing his weird swagger. The song pulls from his roots as a Trinidad & Tobago artist.
Classified: Inner Ninja
This is the first single off of Classified's 15th album, self titled Classified. This album was his chance to break big after more than a decade in the game. The track featuring David Myles is an infusion of hip hop and pop. Inner Ninja reached number 5 on the Canadian Hot 100; this marks Classified's first top 10 track.
Fat Joe feat. Wiz Khalifa & Teya: Ballin'
This is the second single off of a-not-so-fat Joe's 11th studio album, Darkside Vol. 2. The song is really catchy, but props need to be paid. The track samples none other than Wu-Tang's C.R.E.A.M.
Dj Khaled feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne
DJ Khaled always gets help from his bros, and this track is not any different, with features from Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne. This track was originally a remix of Drake's Started From the Bottom, but he decided to give the track to Khaled.
Kid Cudi feat. Too Short: Girls
This track is the second single off of Cudi's 3rd studio album, Indicud. This track is another great summer jam that features the return of Too Short. The track itself was produced Cudi.
Robin Thicke feat. T.I. & Pharrell: Blurred Lines
This is the most upbeat, summer oriented song on our countdown. The song is produced by Pharrell and was released as the first single off of Thicke's sixth studio album. PS. The original video was banned from YouTube for being too sexy.
Chris Brown: Fine China
Critics and fans were very excited that Brown took the step back to R&B with this track. This is the first single off of his upcoming 6th studio album, X. If you give it a listen, there are some extreme Michael Jackson vibes going down here.