King Los Says Pharrell's On His Debut Album, Will Be Out Late 2015 Or Early 2016
Last week, King Los came up to the HNHH office to play us some new music from his project God Money War (dropping tomorrow) and sit in for an interview, and in addition to detailing the new download-only release, he shed some light on his upcoming debut album. Still untitled, the project will feature Pharrell, and Los is aiming to get it out either late this year, or first quarter 2016. "Just know I got Pharrell on deck," Los said, "And I got some legends on deck. Just know, they on standby."
"DOPE" Soundtrack Features Nas, Digital Underground, A Tribe Called Quest & More
This summer we'll see A$AP Rocky make his acting debut in the film "DOPE," executive produced by Pharrell. Although Rocky's name has been used heavily in the promotion of the film, he said during his CRWN interview that his role is actually pretty small. Other cast memebers of the '90s centric film include Shameik Moore, Zoe Kravitz, Tyga, Vince Staples, Forest Whitaker, Chanel Iman and more.
Snoop Dogg Reveals He's Sitting On A Nate Dogg Record
Snoop Dogg's definitely achieved the funky sound he was going for on his Pharrell-produced album BUSH. Although labeled as a Snoop Dogg album, it definitely feels like an entire collaborative effort. During a recent interview with VIBE prior to a show in California, Snoop spoke on how the funky sound and Pharrell merged together to create BUSH, and revealed in the process that he's got a Nate Dogg song we've yet to hear.
There's A Lot Of Rap On The "Entourage" Soundtrack
Entourage always featured plenty of hip-hop in its plotlines. It provided the debut of Kanye West's "Good Life," this classic 50 Cent gif, and of course, the entire Saigon story arc.
Drake Rumored To Be Working On $19 Million Deal With Apple
Drake is rumored to be the recipient of $19 million per a new deal with Apple that, among other things, will feature him as a guest DJ on iTunes Radio, reports the New York Post.
Check Out The Full Winners List From The Billboard Music Awards
The 2015 Billboard Music Awards went down this past weekend, and after watching some great performances from Kanye West, Nicki Minaj and others, you can now view the full list of winners.
Stream Jamie Foxx's "Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen Roses"
Led by the Kid Ink-featuring single "Baby's In Love," Jamie Foxx has been rolling out his new album for the better part of 2015, also sharing collaborations with Chris Brown and Wale along the way. Today marks Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen Roses' official release date, so thusly, we've got a stream of Foxx's latest for you. Check out the full tracklist below, stream via Spotify below that, and purchase it on iTunes.
Review: Snoop Dogg's "Bush"
Seriously, is there a more versatile rap star than Snoop Dogg? Name another rapper who has done full albums of reggae, funk and rap over the last 5 years alone. Or an MC who’s released music on Death Row, No Limit, Star Trak, Mad Decent, and Stones Throw. Or one who’s released albums with Wiz Khalifa, toured with Korn, and acted alongside Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson.
Snoop Dogg's Funkiest Moments
With the release of his newest album Bush this past week, Snoop Dogg dived into the funk world alongside producer Pharrell, but funk is hardly a new look for the California MC. Along with help from OGs like Stevie Wonder and Charlie Wilson and MCs like Kendrick Lamar, T.I. and Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg was able to deliver 40 minutes of straight funk, which happens to be the music that influenced his entire career.
Stream Snoop Dogg's Upcoming Album "BUSH"
Last night we got another leak off Snoop Dogg's anticipated album BUSH, executive produced by Pharrell. The L.A.-dedicated "California Roll" features Pharrell and Stevie Wonder. If that wasn't enough funk for your Tuesday morning, you can give the album an exclusive listen via iTunes' First Play.
Pharrell & Robin Thicke Are Trying To Take "Blurred Lines" Back To Court
The "Blurred Lines" lawsuit was a rollercoaster of emotions; from the half-hilarious, half-disconcerting batshit crazy depositions, to the ultimately discouraging verdict, it was a spectacle to say the least.Turns out, Pharrell and Robin Thicke want to do it all over again, as the two songwriters have filed a "motion for a new trial" this weekend. Hoping to change the outcome of the first trial, the document states:
Azealia Banks Mocks Pharrell's Chanel Ad
In the HNHH office, we have a sign (like this) on the wall that counts the number of days since Azealia Banks stirred up her last beef, and before we got this news, it had been a whopping 2.5 months since her last incident. Jokes!
Listen To Snoop Dogg Tell The Story Of The Time Him, Stevie Wonder, And An Extremely High Pharrell Got Together In The Studio
In an audio recording acquired by by HipHopDX, Snoop Dogg tells the story of the time he brought Stevie Wonder into the studio to record some harmonica for his upcoming album Bush. This all went down thirteen months ago. Snoop was in the studio with a very high Pharrell at the time. Here's what he said:
Snoop Dogg & Pharrell's 10 Best Collabs
On May 12th, Snoop Dogg and Pharrell will link up to release their first joint album, BUSH. Although they haven't previously worked on an entire album together, this is far from their first rodeo as a team, as they have a joint hitmaking streak that extends back to The Neptunes' early 2000s heyday.
Tyler, The Creator Releases "Cherry Bomb" Tracklist
Last week, Tyler, the Creator surprised us all by announcing that his new album, Cherry Bomb, would be out in less than a week. Last night, before going on stage at Coachella, Odd Future's head honcho gave us the tracklist, further amplifying our excitement around the surprise release.
Tyler, The Creator's "Cherry Bomb" Will Feature Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Schoolboy Q & More
Last night, Tyler, The Creator announced that his new album Cherry Bomb was less than a week away, and now, we've found out some exciting details about the project.
10 Producers That Should Be On Kendrick Lamar & J. Cole's Joint Album
On his interview with Hot 97 that uploaded to YouTube yesterday morning, Kendrick Lamar said there's "definitely, definitely" going to be a collaboration album with J. Cole. (You can find that tidbit around the 11:25 mark on the interview.)
RZA Speaks On The "Blurred Lines" Verdict
After Pharrell and Robin Thicke were forced to pay a $7.3 million sum to Marvin Gaye's family for copyright infringement, many producers, Pharrell included, are worried about what the verdict means for hip-hop's future. A keynote speaker at SXSW, RZA recently shared his thoughts on the "Blurred Lines" verdict and provided a solution that might curb a potentially slippery slope.