Young Money CEO, Birdman is gearing up for the release of his fifth studio album ‘Bigga Than Life’ and has just released the visual for itsfirst single off the project“Y U Mad”. But who stole the show? Nicki Minaj of course. Her portrayal of Lil’ Wayne is so spot on, plus her verse is sick! I’m sure Lil’ Kim is somewhere picking up the rest of her career off the floor, cuz it’s just been drop kicked even further. Even her recent diss track can’t surpass this. Sorry Kim fans. Lil’ Wayne is also featured on the record of course. Check it out.
I am the female Weezy, this sh*t is easy
Pull up in that new new, b*tch get a squeegee
Yeah my flow sick, yeah my flow queasy
Haha, they were sleeping on me, z-zz-zz
This p*ssy clean, this p*ssy squeaky
That p*ssy old, that p*ssy creaky
When I’m out the country, n*ggas call me Neeki
Hi, how are you? Yes, it’s nice to meet me
Damn, Billboard, I mean I’m winning but I’m still bored
Yeah we shine, gold cluster
As for your career, dead: Ghost Busters
The Louisiana rapper have lots of reason to celebrate, of course. His ‘Tha Carter IV’ album went platinum in a week ( His 2nd album to do just that, along with a mixtape or two), and he was just entered in the Guinness Book of World Records, for the record of Most US Hot 100 Hits By A Rap Artist with 64 hits between 1999 and 2010. Impressive wouldn’t you say?
Young Money elites BirdmanLil’ Wayne, and Nicki Minaj have come together collaborating on recent single. The record throws a few jabs at the “haters” with explicit lyrics and bragging rights to what they’ve already accomplished, hence the titile, “Y U Mad”. Check it out.
The 2011 MTV VMA’s did not disappoint! For sure. Here’s a little recap of what you may have missed. Lady Gaga opened the show and decided she would be a man for the entire show, ‘The Throne’ aka Kanye & Jay Z took to the stage, Chris Brown slayed with an amazing performance, Bruno Mars performed a Amy Winehouse one during a tribute to the late star, Britney Spears was honored and awarded the MJ Vangauard 2011 award,and well Beyonce delivered a smashing performances and announces her pregnancy & more! Yes, you read that correctly!
The highly anticipated music video for Lil’ Wayne‘s #1 single “How To Love” has finally arrived. And I’m sure the ladies will love it as much as they look the single. Who knew Lil’ Wayne could “sing”?
The single’s message and video’s content is quite touching actually. It appears, Lil Wayne does have a soft side. The video depicts a young girl’s life in which she was nearly aborted, raised in a hostile environment and whose father goes to jail. She’s later molested and herself become a young mother. To make ends meet she begins stripping and later finds out she is HIV positive (sad).
In the alternative scenario, the girl is raised by a loving and supportive family after her mother decides to moves in with relatives after her birth, get married and is able to provide a stable home. The young girl is then able to stay focused and excel in her own life
Love this record! Check out DJ Khaled’s new single featuring Drake, Lil’ Wayne and Rick Ross, “I’m On One”.
This record is great for riding in a drop top, wind blowing through your hair on the freeway.
All I care about is money and the city that I’m from
I’ma sip until I feel it, I’ma smoke it till it’s done
And I don’t really give a f-ck, and my excuse is that I’m young
And I’m only getting older so somebody shoulda told ya
I’m on one
Yeah, f-ck it, I’m on one
Yeah, I said I’m on one
F-ck it, I’m on one
Lauren London has finally revealed the nature of her relationship with Lil’ Wayne during a recent interview with KathleenCross.com. Inthis exclusive interview she addresses the difficulty of being a celebrity, what we didn’t know about her and Wayne’s relationship, their son together, and moving forward.
KC: The desire to attain “celebrity status” has driven many young people to pursue the elusive dream of stardom. Is that what made you want to be an actress?
LL: I wish that was the case, because I’d be able to handle the attention a little better. No. I was an only child who spent a lot of time alone. Movies kept me company from a very young age, and starting from about seven years old, I wrote little plays and acted out all the parts by myself in my bedroom. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be an actor. It’s crazy though, because I’m such a private person. I was never interested in becoming famous. I still struggle with that aspect of my work.
KC: Doesn’t every celebrity say that after they become famous? “I love my craft, but I wish I could just have a normal life.”
LL: (laughs) I’m not complaining and I’m not that famous. I do get recognized, but I’m not being hounded by paparazzi every day. I’m human, so of course I like getting special treatment at times. But deep down that girl from the neighborhood is still in here. She might shy away from having her picture taken, and would rather blend in with the scenery sometimes and just observe.
KC: Have you ever walked away from an interaction with a fan that you wished you could do over?
LL: Yes. Sometimes I say no to pictures because I feel like I’m looking crazy and I don’t always get a chance to really explain that I’m not feeling picture-worthy that day. Usually I’ll put on shades and do it anyway, but there have been a couple of times I’ve walked away and got to my car, then came back because I felt bad.
KC: What is the biggest misperception people have of you? What misperception bothers you most?
LL: That my son is the result of some kind of one night stand or groupie encounter with his father. I struggle with deciding when to answer or ignore the constant speculation about my private life, because I feel like that doesn’t belong to anybody but me.
I’ve actually been looking forward to seeing this video, the song is fiyah. Kelly Rowland is always good and delivering those smooth and sexy R&B songs. And it’s never a bad idea to bring Weezy along for the ride. Model Jessica White is also featured in the video. Get “Motivated”.
I wonder if this time around Kelly’s also motivation to make this album go round the breakout she needs. Keeping fingers crossed. I believe….I believe…
Here’s what Kelly had to say about the video,
“I’m aiming for a very sexy, feminine video and I’m looking for womanly, sexy designs. Sarah Chatfield directed it and Frank Gatson did the choreography. We came up with the energy, and with Frank – and I don’t know how he sees something, but he got it.”