Apr
16
New Music: Tiara Thomas – ‘Money Don’t Change’

Money Don't Change

After remaking Justin Bieber’s “All That Matters,” Tiara Thomas comes through with another new song for her fans. On the Boi-1da-produced “Money Don’t Change,” the “Bad” singer grapples with her new wealth and how it changed the people around her.

“They don’t care much about you / And money don’t change no thing / It does change things about you,” she sings.

Look out for Tiara’s official single off her upcoming Division1/Interscope debut.

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Apr
16
Anthony Lewis Performs ‘Candy Rain’ on ‘Queen Latifah Show’

Anthony Lewis

With his song gaining spins on radio, Anthony Lewis stopped by “The Queen Latifah Show” this week to perform his remake of Soul for Real’s 1994 hit “Candy Rain.”

Accompanied by rapper Billy Bang, the 17-year-old YouTube sensation made the ladies swoon as he showed off his slick moves inspired by his idol Michael Jackson.

Lewis, whose father was a member of ’90s R&B group Az Yet, first realized his vocal ability at age 6 and decided to share his talent through his YouTube covers of Beyoncé and Frank Ocean.

Watch the rising star make his television debut and check out the official video for “Candy Rain” below.

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Apr
16
New Music: Lana Del Rey f/ Chanel West Coast – ‘West Coast (Remix)’

West Coast (Remix)

Chanel West Coast wastes no time remixing Lana Del Rey’s bluesy summertime single “West Coast” as part of her #WestCoastWednesdays series. The Young Money rapper, who stars on MTV’s “Ridiculousness,” takes it from Hollywood to Skid Row on her Cali-inspired verse.

“When I watched Lana Del Rey drop her new track ‘West Coast’ on stage at Coachella, I knew I had to remix it,” explained Chanel.

Drop the top and ride out to her remix.

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Apr
16
New Music: J Dilla – ‘Give ‘Em What They Want’

The Diary

Jay Dee lives on. On May 6, Pay Jay Productions will release a 12-inch vinyl EP from the late Detroit producer called Give ‘Em What They Want.

Produced in 2002 by J Dilla and Supa Dave West, the five tracks include “The Doe,” “No One’s Home,” and the title track, as well as two instrumentals.

The previously unreleased material is off his long-lost album The Diary, a collection of unheard J Dilla recordings from the early 2000s.

Push play on Dilla’s unearthed gem below.

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Apr
16
Tyga Bungee Jumps Off Auckland Sky Tower

Tyga

Tyga is taking a leap. During his trip to Australia for a five-date tour, the Last Kings rapper jumped off the Auckland Sky Tower, the tallest man-made structure in New Zealand.

Donning a blue-and-yellow jumpsuit and gold sneakers, he posed for an Instagram pic before plunging 192 meters (630 feet) while attached to a single cable. As he jumped, he yelled, “Westside, motherfu**er!”

Tyga is not the first celebrity to take the plunge. Beyoncé also bungee jumped off the same tower during her trip to New Zealand in October.

Watch T-Raww’s free fall below.

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Apr
16
Jay Z Brings Made in America Festival to L.A.

Jay Z, Eric Garcetti, and Brian Perkins

Jay Z’s Made in America is going bicoastal. The music festival will take over Los Angeles and Philadelphia this Labor Day weekend.

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Apr
16
Video: Mack Wilds f/ French Montana, Mobb Deep, & Busta Rhymes – ‘Henny (Remix)’

Mobb Deep and Mack Wilds

Bottoms up. Mack Wilds pours up the video for his remix to “Henny” featuring French Montana, Mobb Deep, and Busta Rhymes. The fellas crash Mack House and party with an entourage of women. Busta injects an energetic verse, while Mack keeps cool behind shades in the ’90s-inspired clip.

The original song, which appears on Mack’s Grammy-nominated debut New York: A Love Story, samples Mobb Deep’s “The Learning (Burn).”

Raise a glass with Mack and friends.

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