Posts Tagged ‘interscope’
New R&B princess Tiara Thomas looks like she’s getting back to work. After parting ways with MMG rapper, the original “Bad” singer is back in the lab working on some new music and appears to be having a good time doing it.
The track in this quick snippet called “Al Greene,” [produced by Swag R'celious] seems to be a fresh, smooth crowd mover, much of what we’re used to from the Interscope/Geffen artist. As always, we’ll keep our ears to the airwaves for Tiara’s big debut.
Tiara Thomas is also nominated for The BET Hip Hop Awards; Reese’s Perfect Combo Award (Best Collabo, Duo or Group) for her efforts/work on her hit single “Bad”Read More
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As her buzz continues to grow, Azealia Banks continues to keep us wanting more with her out of the box releases. Today we’re presented with a new song titled Succubi, premiered at 40oz Van, where she acknowledges the fandom behind her Fantasea mixtape and that she is one of the most sought after feature artists for new tracks, but also serving as a Jim Jones diss! Bragging? We think not, as she as a lengthy resume to back up the cockiness. Being the face of Alexander Wang‘s new fashion line, and being the next “it” girl in many realms, it’s all makes sense. Check out the track above with official album artwork after the jump.Read More
Karen Civil recently had a chance to catch up with Machine Gun Kelly, to discuss the “beef” with Interscope Records, the release and his thoughts of the single ‘Invincible‘, and making mends with Yelawolf. Although he may be a wild boy, who says he can’t have a good side? Hit the jump to check out the video and what MGK had to say.Read More
The UK’s princess, M.I.A., has finally made a return with her new song Bad Girls. As part of Interscope’s mega three marketing scheme, they decided to release the video today. Featuring production from Danja, this middle eastern influenced beat tied in with this amazing video of full throttle tricks is a mind blowing duo. Showing off the latest trend from the far east, sand drifting, Maya reminds us, not only why bad girls do it well, but why she’s the baddest. I think I just dropped some tears. Check out the video above and pick up the song on iTunes now. If you leave a comment on the video, you may get a personal shoutout on February 10th.Read More
Endorsed by music, entertainment, and sports heavyweights including George Lopez, Chris Rock, Ice Cube, and Kobe Bryant, Kayla Brianna has recently signed with Interscope Records and is definitely someone to look out for. She has dropped her debut video entitled “If You Love Me,” sampling Brownstone‘s 1994 hit single. Stay tuned for more on Kayla Brianna, who is also the daughter of former basketball star turned commentator Kenny “The Jet” Smith.
“I’m going to shock them and rock them. It’s my time,” Kayla gushes.
Follow her on Twitter: @KAYLABRIANNAXRead More
MGK, the rising rapid-fire rapper from Cleveland who became the first MC in history to win the famed Amateur Night competition at the Apollo, has been signed to Bad Boy/Interscope Records. Information about his forthcoming debut album, Lace Up, will be announced in the near future. MGK has continuously impressed with his exciting and exhilarating live performances at SXSW and Bamboozled, as well as on the Warped and Lil Wayne tours, just to name a few. Far more than a rapper, he is quickly becoming the voice of a new generation as he attracts new fans with each show.
“The moment we started the EST 19XX movement during the recording of the Lace Up mixtape, I made a pledge to my fans to protect our brand and become the honest voice of our generation,” said MGK. “We represent the underdogs, the outcast, the uncool. We are a true cult with a loud voice.”
MGK first caught the attention of Bad Boy Entertainment CEO Sean “Diddy” Combs thanks to his online viral videos, including those of his memorable showcases at SXSW. The excitement grew after Combs heard mixtapes from MGK –especially Lace Up–and also MGK’s personal story, which had cultivated a devoted fan following.
“MGK is a breath of fresh air,” said Combs. “He’s not just a star, he’s a movement!” Added Harve Pierre, President of Bad Boy: “MGK is a great addition to the Bad Boy team. He speaks for a generation of kids who are just like him. Fans relate immediately to his lyrics, his flow and his energetic live performances.”Read More