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G-Unit “Watch Me”

G-Unit galore in this post. First up above is the new video for “Watch Me”. They’ve also done the NYC promo run a la Jhene Aiko in the post up above and sat down with The Breakfast Club and Hot 97. Both those interviews are below, along with a new Funkmaster Flex freestyle.

ICYMI: G-Unit ‘The Beauty of Independence’ [EP]



Nicki Minaj “Pills N Potions”

As expected, here’s Nicki Minaj‘s new single — the first of the upcoming album, The Pinkprint — “Pills N Potions”. It’s produced by Dr. Luke and co-written by Ester Dean as Nicki sings and raps a reflection on a breakup and taking the high road to move on. Hey, I think the message is one that’s positive and one that’ll definitely affect her legions of fans accordingly. This isn’t a song for us fellas to bump on repeat, but I can appreciate it for sure.

Also below, Nicki Minaj was on The Breakfast Club this morning to introduce the new single, the album, talk her new look, and much more. Listen to that below.


Rick Ross & French Montana on Seth Meyers

trio of Rozay audio/visual experiences to pass along. Above, he and French Montana perform “Nobody” on last night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. Though, Ross messed up the last verse in this first performance on national TV.

Below, Rozay joins The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss the new album (of course), relationship with Diddy, 50 Cent’s recent Instagram post and whether they’ll be cool (nope), making peace with Jeezy, and new ventures in cars, mansions, and Wingstop, amongst more topics.

And finally, three time boxing champ Adrien Broner enters the rap game with this Rick Ross-featured “40” off his debut mixtape. So yeah, listen to that one below too.

“G I R L” VS. America

If you’ve been on the blogs recently, you’ll see Pharrell’s “G I R L” cover receiving a slew of negativity and disapproval amongst many females in the African-American community. “G I R L” which is to be released this Tuesday March 3rd, features three women on the cover, all, according to it’s naysayers, of whom lack African descent; In a nutshell, there is seemingly no African-American woman represented.

Pharrell called into the Breakfast club to address this trivial controversy over his newest LP.

Start at the beginning:

Did everyone hear that? There IS in fact an African-American woman on the cover.. and she’s the one standing right next to Pharrell! Even if their wasn’t, are the opposers justified in their reactions?