Visuals have played a large part in Ryan Leslie‘s career. Early on, the singer-songwriter and producer gained notoriety on YouTube. Today, he implores a much more grandiose approach with his Black Mozart documentary.
Living Good Loso grabs up Pusha T and Ryan Leslie for the new video for the “Life Is So Exciting” Remix from The Soul Tape 2.
The duo of Justin Credible and DJ Sour Milk, also known as the L.A. Leakers, grab up some established stars and the game’s rising stars for the 2013 Draft Picks mixtape.
When it rains it pours, and Ryan Leslie is submerged in bad news at the moment. Late last week, a judge tacked on an additional $180,000 on top of the $1 million he must pay for the recovery of his stolen laptop. The extra fee has been added to cover the interest acquired on the […]
Talib Kweli’s new album, Prisoner Of Consciousness, features this Ryan Leslie-assisted new single “Outstanding.”
Ryan Leslie got emotional on stage at the Long Island University homecoming concert when discussing his court case.
Ryan Leslie got what he wished for, and now he has to pay for it. A Manhattan federal court jury has ordered the singer/songwriter to pay a German autoworker a cool $1 million for finding and returning the crooner and sometimes rapper’s stolen laptop.
Ryan Leslie reached a new Twitter milestone last night, so he gave back to the fans by dropping a free new and appropriately titled record, “#Winning.” R. Les is behind the boards on this one and implementing the rap/singing he has displayed in his music as of late. The internet savvy artist dropped the explanation […]
Ryan Leslie has been working tirelessly on his new rap album, Les Is More. Slated for October 23rd, this new record will feature more bars from the accomplished singer/songwriter and founder of NextSelection. “Live Good” is one of the records on the album and features a verse from Wu-Tang Clan‘s Raekwon. Ryan Leslie’s seen a high amount […]
It’s been less than a week since Nas released the No I.D. and Salaam Remi-produced “Accident Murderers” to much praise. Now, Ryan Leslie gives the track his stamp of approval by contributing a verse of his own. R. Les seems to be very adamant toward MC’ing, rather than the R&B grooves we’ve come to know him for.