DJ Khaled is preparing a new album, announcing he’s a changed person with the title I Changed A Lot. As he attempts to bring up the hype for the LP, he dropped off a new record with r’n’b stars Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih and Future, for “Hold You Down.”
Shortly after the audio for the song leaked, we’ve received the official music video for the new single. The four singers plus Khaled hit up a mansion to shoot the video, and bring along several video vixens. Khaled shows off how generous he is when he hands out stacks of cash to one particular video vixen, telling her to go buy her mama a house. Khaled is for the people.
“I’m tired of being desensitized to the murder of black men,” rapper J. Cole said in a statement on the Dreamvillain website with the release of his surprise new song “Be Free.” “I don’t give a fuck if it’s by police or peers. This shit is not normal.”
“Be Free” is Cole’s response to the police shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager, Michael Brown, in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri. The shooting has sparked widespread discussion over police authority and racial profiling as well as protests around the country, including rallies in Detroit, Nashville, New York and Chicago, among other places. Cole recorded the piano ballad, with lyrics like “All we wanna do is break the chains off/ All we wanna do is be free” – and samples of a news report about the police shooting – after identifying with Brown’ story.
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Ghana’s latest female dancehall music sensation teams up with The Man behind the SM4Lyf Movement; Shatta wale to bring the best of both worlds. The banger which since it’s release, has recieved massive air play on various radio stations across the country. The song is produced by Richie of LYNX Entertainment. Download the Song below and feel free to comment.