Hold tight. Fredo Bang goes hard for his chick at all levels in his latest video. Shot by Jolo, the visual captures Fredo scooping up his main squeeze from his private jet before they continue rendezvous at the nightclub. The track is lifted off his recent album, Two-Face Bang 2 and arrives fresh off his
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“Weird Al” Yankovic is set to feature in his own graphic novel. READ MORE: Potter in the CIA: what to expect from Daniel Radcliffe’s ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic biopic The titular musician and actor has teamed up with Z2 Comics for The Illustrated Al: The Songs Of “Weird Al” Yankovic, which features illustrated interpretations of over 20 of his
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T-Pain and Kehlani share a gold award from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). “I Like Dat,” released as a standalone collaboration last May, has been certified gold with more than 500,000 equivalent units sold.  The achievement marked a couple of notable firsts for the rapper-turnt-sanga. It’s T-Pain’s first certified release under his imprint, Nappy Boy
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Born May 25, 1936, Tom T. Hall became one of country music’s most influential songwriters. The Kentucky native connected with music from an early age, even writing comedic songs to help pass the time while serving in Germany during his time in the U.S. Army. After he returned home in the early 1960s, he began a career
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There’s something to be said for being on the air for five seasons and still being one of the top television shows. 9-1-1 continues to be a star, but unfortunately, this season was a tough pill to swallow at times. I roped fellow TV Fanatic Jasmine Blu into a conversation about the season at large.
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You may remember the character of United States Naval Aviator “Iceman” from Top Gun who was a rival to Tom Cruise’s “Maverick.” While its sequel Top Gun: Maverick has the return of Tom Cruise, a Top Gun movie would be nothing without “Iceman.” After begging for a role in Top Gun: Maverick, Val Kilmer’s wish
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All money in, no money out. J Stone wants his “Flowers Now” on his new collaboration featuring Mozzy. From L.A. to the Bay, the All Money In and CMG rappers detail the significances of giving one their respect while they’re here. The track is off J Stone’s upcoming The Definition Of Sacrifice, which arrives June
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Jimmie Allen‘s Jennifer Lopez duet isn’t the only big-name team-up on Tulip Drive. The album’s track list reveals another cross-genre collaboration called “Pesos,” which features rappers CeeLo Green and T-Pain. “Pesos” was co-written by all three of the stars who sing on it, plus R&B singer-songwriter J. “Lonny” Bereal and several more co-writers whose influences
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