Snow tha Product gets Ty Dolla $ign for her new single, “Don’t Judge Me.”
Pusha T sits with Life+Times to talk My Name Is My Name and the lyrics of “King Push.”
MNIMN drops next week.
John Legend gets intimate with his new wife, Chrissy Teigan, in his latest video for “All of Me,” the latest single off his album Love in the Future.
Three 6 Mafia is back (with the sound you know them for) and will now be known as Da Mafia 6ix, with five of the original members: DJ Paul, Gangsta Boo, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca and Lord Infamous. This is their first single off their upcoming tape set drop October 29 and their album to follow in March of 2014.
Ever since MTV stopped being known for music television, Youtube and other media platforms have taken over and are given credit to the discovery and launch of thousands of careers. Me and my coworkers at Q104-7 were just saying “I don’t know why Youtube just doesn’t hold their own awards, especially after the last VMA’s.” Our thoughts were heard.
It is now official, YouTube will hold its first ever Music Video Awards.
The inaugural award show will celebrate the most viewed YouTube videos over the past year based on global music-video views and shares. Nominations will be released on October 17th and a few big name artists, such as Eminem and Lady Gaga, have already been announced to perform. It only makes sense, since Eminem’s video for “Love The Way You Lie” featuring Rihanna broke YouTube’s single day view record by gaining over 6.6 million views in 24 hours in 2010.
“We’re getting together a group of amazing artists and filmmakers to do this live — tune in to see what happens live.
The award show will feature performances from all over the globe including Moscow, Seoul, London and Brazil.” says filmmaker Spike Jonze, the award show’s creative director.
The LIVE award show will take place at New York City’s Pier 36, Sunday November 3rd.
Em’s new album, The Marshall Mathers LP II, drops November 5th.
In this WSHH exclusive, Meek Mill teams up French Montana, Fabolous and Nicki Minaj for “I Be On That.”