An excerpt from Rapplug.com. Rapplug taks us behind the scenes of visuals yet to be released. Three different locations were shot including Compton and the other two throughout the city of Los Angeles, California. Check out the positive energy flowing in the air as Breezy shows love to all who packed in to get a glimpse of the star-studded event. All in all Menace and Breezy pulled of a historical video shoot and collaborated with support from music industry folks like 93.5 KDAY’s CeCe The Mamacita, TMZ’s Raquel Harper, Compton Menaces’ MHG and our very own ToniTrapp. Cop the official single for “Put On My Niggas” on iTunes here!
Directed by Brezzy himself! The visuals are taken back to medieval times in a tale of forbidden love. See how Breezy escapes from his capture and returns to his love, Ariana Grande. X in stores Tuesday. Let us know what you think!
“Go buy your mom a house, go buy your whole family houses, put this money in your savings account, go spend some money for no reason, come back and ask for more,” like that? DJ Khaled giving away sacks only to his loyal ones! The We the Best boss teams up with some of R&B’s leading men for the visuals of, “Hold You Down” featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, and Future.
Despite setbacks, being denied entry into Canada for a surprise performance with Drake at the OVO Fest and more, Breezy still has his sights locked on releasing his long awaited LP, X.
Taking to Instagram, the “Bompton Piru” revealed the release date to X: Sept. 16th. The album will feature the Usher and Rick Ross assisted “New Flame” and more.
These hoes my not be loyal, but Breezy tips his hat to his new hottie on his latest single featuring Rozay and Usher. X coming soon.
For the last few years, Eric Bellinger has written for r&b stars such as Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson and watched his efforts reach number one across the charts; now it’s his turn. Today is that day, marking the singer/songwriter’s debut commercial album release with “The Rebirth.”
The two-disc album features artists from Jon B, Tank, and Sevyn Streeter to Too $hort, Sage the Gemini, Kid Ink and Problem, who is featured on his first charting single, “I Don’t Want Her.”
Get Eric’s Rebirth on iTunes here