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PHOTOS: T.I. & ANTWANETTE MCLAUGHLIN UNVEIL THE TRAP MUSIC MUSEUM (USHER, TINY, MONICA, & MORE ATTEND)

Grammy award-winning recording artist T.I. unveiled his latest venture, The Trap Music Museum. Located in Atlanta, the pop-up museum showcases Continue reading “PHOTOS: T.I. & ANTWANETTE MCLAUGHLIN UNVEIL THE TRAP MUSIC MUSEUM (USHER, TINY, MONICA, & MORE ATTEND)” »

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Rick Ross, The-Dream and Lenny S Are Looking For Music’s Next Superstar on VH1’s New Series SIGNED

Rick Ross, The-Dream & Lenny S. These three music masterminds are bringing their creative genius and business skills together for VH1’s new music competition reality series, SIGNED.

 

The music competition show follows new up-and-coming singers and rappers that undergo a development process over the span of eight hour-long episodes in the hopes of being signed to Ross’ Maybach Music, Dream’s Radio Killa Records or to Roc Nation by Lenny S who serves as the SVP of A&R / Artist Management. Unlike most performance based reality shows, SIGNED doesn’t take place in a fancy Hollywood studio, but instead is filmed in places where real music happens like Atlanta recording studios, the backyard of The-Dream’s mansion, and Rick Ross’ private jet. The artists’ ability to write original songs, record and perform them are challenged as they have to prove that they have what it takes to impress the moguls, and some of their famous friends like DJ Khaled,Meek Mill and Bangladesh. via VH1

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Rick Ross Shares Drastic Weight Loss On ‘Good Morning America’

Friday morning, Rick Ross was featured on ‘Good Morning America’ to talk about his weight loss journey. Rozay shared with Sara Haynes about why he began this new lifestyle, his new diet, and workout plan he named RossFit, his take on CrossFit. Enjoy the entire interview below. #ShoutOutToThePears


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New Music: Rick Ross feat. Tink and Jay-Z, and Timbaland ‘Movin Bass’

During a visit to Power 105.1’s ‘The Breakfast Club’ show, Timbaland introduced a new banger from his protége Tink, a lady rapper out of Chicago. Throughout the track, Tink goes back and forth with the likes of Rick Ross and Jay-Z and homegirl can really hold her own. Listen to the song’s debut live on-air from ‘The Breakfast Club’ show. Tink is only 19 years old, so imagine what more can come from her in the future!

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New Music: DJ Khaled’s ‘Hold You Down (Remix)’ feat. Usher, Rick Ross, Fabolous, and Ace Hood

As opposed to the original version of the hit song, DJ Khaled recruited a few veterans (and Ace Hood) to remix ‘Hold You Down.’ Usher gets his usual crooning on as Ricky Rozay, Fab, and Ace Hooooood spit nice bars to DJ Khaled’s soft beat. It’s nice to see the song take on a different feel in the remix. Both versions are great hits but listen below and decide which one you like better.

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New Music: Rick Ross feat. K.Michelle ‘If They Knew’

Rick Ross Tha Bawse dropped another single this week from his upcoming album. K.Michelle is on the track, giving the emotional hook Ross needs to convey his hood love story. Timbaland himself produced the beat so you know it’s a hit. Ross’ new album Hood Billionaire is in the works. Listen to the track below.

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New Music: The Weeknd feat. ScHoolboy Q and Rick Ross ‘Often’

Who knew we would ever hear OVO, TDE and MMG all one song ever in this lifetime? Certainly not I, but this collab is very dope. The Weeknd invited ScHoolboy Q and Rick Ross to remix his single ‘Often,’ a lurid, sexy and explicit track. But then again, should we expect anything other than lurid, sexy, and explicit from The Weeknd? It really works for him and we like it.Go ahead, put the children to bed and listen to the track below.

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Southern Hip Hop Documentary “The Takeover” To Debut At FESummit

This year’s Florida Entertainment Summit will feature the debut screening of the new documentary ‘The Takeover: What You Really Know About the Dirty South?!?’. The film focuses on the rise of Southern Hip Hop to becoming one of the most influential sections of the culture. Southern artist like Rick Ross, Trick Daddy, Master P, B.G., Mannie Fresh, Mystikal, Eightball, Project Pat, DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia, Paul Wall, Slim Thug, Scarface, Chamillionaire, Lil Jon, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz and more took part in the movie. Continue reading “Southern Hip Hop Documentary “The Takeover” To Debut At FESummit” »