You can’t say MMG crooner Omarion lacks confidence. Apparently he is livid that he wasn’t nominated for a Grammy award for his “Post To Be” single featuring Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko.
Freddie Gibbs isn’t taking any prisoners as he roll outs his upcoming Shadow of a Doubt album (due in stores November 20), from which he blesses fans with a pair of new tracks.
Is she trolling or nah? Solange took to her Instagram on Thursday (Oct. 8) and posted an old photo, evoking memories from those R&B days of yesteryear. Her caption — equally enthralling — revealed the flower child dated Omarion when they were teens. “Am I trolling, or nah? #tbt to when me and @1omarion were […]
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Omarion has comfortably enjoyed the wave brought about by last year’s “Post To Be” jam largely thanks to the catchy DJ Mustard production and Jhené Aiko’s raunchy “eat the booty like groceries” line.
Omarion has managed to eradicate his reality TV show struggle with the best way a celebrity can. By making good music and/or art.
Omarion teases his upcoming Sex Playlist album with a new record featuring none other than fellow crooner Chris Brown and the sultry Jhené Aiko.
Crew love is a beautiful thing when the support is real. In preparation for Stalley’s studio debut album Ohio, Rick Ross calls up the entire MMG empire (with the understandable exception of Meek Mill) to drive home the fact that it drops on October 27.