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Despite the feedback from the controversial track “I Hit It First,” Ray J says he’s over Kim.
The R&B singer stopped by Wendy today and of course, Ms. Williams wanted to know about the song that serenades Kim Kardashian in an explicit way. When asked whether the pixelated track cover [and the song] was about the TV personality, Ray J revealed, what we could pretty much guess:
Listen, Wendy, I’ve never denied it. I’ve never denied it. I just felt like in the promotional campaign to go so hard after you already kinda know what the song is about, I just felt like that was too much. So I let the song speak for itself
Wendy then hit him with the question all of us wants to know, “Why doesn’t he just get over her?”
Dwayne Wade & Artist Lecrae creates 'Father Hood Challenge' Read More »
Miami Heat’s very own Dwyane Wade covers the newest edition of JET magazine. Inside the weekly issue, the 31 year-old point guard dished on his custody battle and his hopes of resolving the drama between himself and his ex-wife, Siohvaughn:
ON FIGHTING FOR CUSTODY OF HIS SONS:
I didn’t set out to get full custody but I wasn’t able to see my kids the way I wanted and I’m not a parent who’s going to run away from his responsibilities. I was probably a terrible husband, but I pride myself on being a good dad.
The summer season is quickly approaching and Pharrell is looking to keep things hot on the music front. Having recently been featured on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, the 40-year-old musical impresario is showing no signs of stopping. He has his hands in many creative projects, notably producing the “Despicable Me 2″ soundtrack along with composer Heitor Pereira.
Pharrell offers us the first single off the soundtrack named “Happy”; a solo track that captures the mood of the upcoming summer months. Musically, the song takes note from rock & roll and soul compositions and melodies from yesteryear, featuring a cool drum line and crisp vocal melodies.
One of the greatest rappers to ever have lived was born today…
May 21, 2013 marks The Notorious BIG’s 41st birthday. On March 9, 1997 the Brooklyn legend was tragically gunned down at 24-years-old. His presence will always be felt in Hip-hop as Biggie continues to influence the incoming class of emcees, even to this day.
To commemorate Big Poppa’s born day, Concrete Loop would like to take it back to the good ol’ days and revisit some of his most memorable songs (in no particular order). Check out the run down, hit play and enjoy.