Ricky Rozay is getting a jumpstart on the year’s holiday celebration with the release of his eighth studio album, Black Market.
The controversy surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling came to a head yesterday with the NBA’s decision to ban him for life. Grammy winning singer-songwriter, The-Dream, was among the many watching the proceedings and was so elated by the league’s decision that he released “Black.”
The-Dream and his struggle doesn’t stop at suspect fashion choices. The R&B crooner is wanted by police for allegedly attacking his then pregnant baby mama last year.
Recently, we learned that Jay Z and Beyoncé are potentially gearing up for a joint Summer stadium tour (how epic would that be?). It got our wheels spinning – which other celeb musical power couples (old and new), could possibly put on a smashing trek together?
As one door opens for a familiar face in music, another closes. Today, The-Dream announced that he is leaving his Def Jam Records post.
For the most part R&B singers stay in a lane that is different from their Rap counterparts when it comes to style (as for the law, not so much). Nevertheless some of your favorite crooners are looking crazy out in these streets and award shows.
There is no question that The-Dream‘s choices when it comes to fashionable attire have been suspect at best and highly unfortunate at their worst. Luckily for the R&B crooner, GQ magazine stepped in and gave him a much needed makeover.
Kelly Rowland released perhaps her most emotional song to date with “Dirty Laundry,” and follows up today with an equally heartfelt visual.
Yesterday (July 9), the rest of the world officially got their hands on Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter‘s latest studio album, Magna Carta, Holy Grail. The Roc Nation head honcho is capping off a pretty exciting time in his career that finds his cohorts succeeding (Yeezus and Born Sinner, respectively), his brand expanding (he netted $20 million with […]
Now that Def Jam finally decided to stream The-Dream‘s string of NSFW visuals using Vimeo, the show can go on unhitched. The singer-songwriter’s latest small screen adaptation is for a song aptly titled “Equestrian.”
The-Dream isn’t letting having an album in stores right now stop him from dropping free music. The Def Jam crooner releases a free EP titled Climax that features a couple of previously released tunes and a couple of all new joints.
Jadakiss has been speaking on his forthcoming album Top 5, Dead or Alive for some time now, but we receive the first true indication of it’s existence with the first single “Big Boy Dialogue.”
How wholesome can you expect a visual for a track called “P***y” to be? Our thoughts exactly. For your viewing pleasure, The-Dream debuts another promo video for his recently released album, IV Play.