Video - Mariah Carey: More R&B Singers Need a Chance
http://VladTV.com - The legendary entertainer shared her thoughts on the current state of R&B and revealed that she thinks more artists in the genre should get the chance they deserve. Mariah also explains her love of collaborating with new artists and reveals whether she would ever work with Frank Ocean or Drake.
Producer JButtah, Edley Shine of Born Jamericans, Team With Mark Morrison For Ja50 Tribute, "I Am What I Am" Dancehall Refix
Core DJ Producer JButtah, and Edley Shine formerly of Born Jamericans, have teamed with British R&B singer Mark Morrison to deliver a hot Dancehall remix for the summer of 2012, of Mark Morrison's upcoming new single "I Am What I Am". The refix pays tribute to Jamaica's 50th year of independence.
Mark Morrison, born in Germany, to Bajan parents, released hits such as "Return of the Mack", and "Moan & Groan". He is currently finishing his third studio album, also titled "I Am What I Am". Last month Morrison featured on Trae Tha Truth's "I'm On 2.0", which landed MTV's Jam of the Week on the day of it's release. Edley Shine, formerly of hip-hop/reggae duo Born Jamericans, who were among the first to transcend the barrier that conventional dancehall music now enjoys, by creating a hybrid of hip-hop and dancehall music, has also worked with legendary artists such as Stevie Wonder ("Tomorrow Robins Will Sing"), and KRS-One. VA native, DJ JButtah has garnered recognition with production credits including Trey Songz, Swizz Beatz, Red Café, and Cassidy. Recently producing Fat Joe "Blackout", Jadakiss "Hold You Down". His refixes of Beyonce "Party" and Michael Jackson "Butterflies" have also created reactions at Radio worldwide.
Video - Iggy Azalea: "I Don't Want to Make the Same Thing, That's Boring!"
http://VladTV.com - The Grand Hustle spitter explains why she thinks people are saying she's changing her music style, but she doesn't let it bother her because she's just evolving as an artist. Iggy also compares her evolution to the revolutionary painter, Jean-Michel Basquiat, who explained that people judge your art more critically when your famous and it gives you little room to experiment with out being criticized.
O'Third Ent "Let The Beat Ride" Ft Chris Lee, Grilly, S.L.A.S.H. (Prod. By Block Beattaz)
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Slow Motion Soundz affiliated crew O’Third Ent. drops some new heat exclusively for Drive Slow Homie, with Zilla, Grilly, S.L.A.S.H., and Norvegian pop singer Chris Lee on a Block Beattaz produced country joint.
Watch out for the upcoming Zilla x Q-Red and Grilly mixtapes coming out later this year.
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