The Muppets Rock Out To Biz Markie’s “Just A Friend” And It’s GOLD [VIDEO]

The Muppets rock.  Period.  They’ve always gotten down with the best musicians, including Prince, Cee-Lo, and the Beastie Boys. But then this happened.  The Muppets, by way of Mylo the Cat (who is the mastermind behind the Muppets/Beasties mash-up), put their spin on Biz Markie’s hip-hop classic, “Just a Friend.”  You want this.  You need this in your life. Presented by The Rickey Smiley Morning Show

Lil Wayne [ @LilTunechi ] Will Sue Birdman [ @BirdMan5Star ] For $8 Million

Despite a lack of named sources or corroborating legal documents, is reporting Lil Wayne will sue Cash Money Records co-founder Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams for breach of contract. ‘Now Wayne will ask a judge to declare him free of Cash Money and Birdman’s control,’ the tabloid news site reported. ‘Wayne says Birdman has violated their contract by withholding the release of his new album.’ While it’s common practice to pay an artist a recoupable advance against future royalties, TMZ’s unnamed sources claim Wayne has not received to be an $8 million royalty payment due to Cash Money not releasing Wayne’s Tha Carter V. After tweeting his desire to leave the label due to their alleged refusal to release his album in December, Wayne took some verbal jabs at the label via his mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait 2. ‘All I got is Young Money, no more Cash n***a,’ Wayne rhymed on the song ‘Coco’ in regards to his Young Money imprint. After Wayne resigned what was reported to be a four-album deal with Cash Money Records. He’s released one retail album—2013’s I Am Not A Human Being II—since the announcement of what Williams told MTV was ‘the biggest deal ever in urban music.’ Presented by The Rickey Smiley Morning Show

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Jay Z Fires Shot At Drake In “We Made It” Feat. Jay Electronica [NEW MUSIC] [LISTEN]

According to Okay Player, Jay Z  and Jay Electronica took over the “We Made It” beat off Soulja Boy’s The King mixtape and rhymed over it. Jay Electronica and Jay-Z are are bringing even more attention to  producer Purp Dogg with this track. According to Okay Player, Jay Elect, says that Hov asked him what “turn up”  track they should get on. Elect suggested Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson” but Hova picked “We Made It.” So guess who’s song won out? Haaa we just told you! Take a listen to the track below: Presented by Skyyhook for The Rickey Smiley Morning Show

Red Hot Chili Peppers rock the crowd at windy Coachella

Reuters/Reuters - Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers performs during the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California April 14, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni By Piya Sinha-Roy INDIO, California (Reuters) - California rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers closed out the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Sunday, amid high winds that swept across the desert and prompted attendees to don extra layers. The Chili Peppers, formed by Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, Flea and Josh Klinghoffer in 1983 in Los Angeles, showcased a catalogue of songs from their last four studio albums. The band sang their classic hits, dark love letters to their home state of California, including "Dani California," "Californication," "Parallel Universe" and "Under The Bridge," as fans sang along in a finale to Sunday's events. The Chili Peppers eschewed the tradition of headliners featuring a special guest, instead keeping their set all about their own music, with the exception of a cover of Stevie Wonder's "Higher Ground." Prior to the Chili Peppers, Wu-Tang Clan drew a large crowd as all the living members of the hip hop collective came together to perform a set filled with their hit tracks, including "Bring da Ruckus" and "Clan in da Front." The Staten Island collective, which has included rappers RZA, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, and Ol' Dirty Bastard who died in 2004, will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year with a new album, "A Better Tomorrow," released in July. The group will also perform 10 dates across North America and Europe at music festivals this summer, kicking off with Sunday's Coachella performance. As winds of around 35 miles per hour (56 km/h) swept across the festival in the California desert town of [...]

By |April 15th, 2013|Categories: Music|0 Comments