Fresh off the heels of a seven-year hiatus, Whitney Houston is back with her new album, "I Look To You," which was released today on August 31, 2009. The album has been labeled her comeback album and features production from hitmarkers, such as Stargate, Swizz Beatz, Akon, Danja, and many more. According to post reviews, she's on the right track with this album. Stay tuned to stayondeck.com for an album review for I Look To You.
Here's a No I.D. interview, which was shot a few weeks ago. The talented producer speaks on the artform that we all love so much; Hip-Hop. Do you agree with his comments?
Mary J. Blige continues to bring the heat and her recent video makes no exception. Her new video, "The One" recently premiered and features rap superstar Drake. The video features Ms. Blige in her new Rihanna-inspired look. Mary continues to stay relevant in this game. Let's just hope her upcoming album will feature some of that good old soul music that she's known for.
The man himself, Jay-Z, recently sat down with Bill Maher for an interview as we anticipate the release of his upcoming album "Blueprint 3." Check out the interview and let us know what you think!
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Check out Ginuwine's latest video from his album "A Man's Thoughts," which was released on June 23rd. The track and video features Bun B. "Trouble" is one of my favorite tracks on the album so I'm glad they released it as a single. It's good the see Ginuwine back on the scene again. Check out "A Man's Thoughts" in stores now!!!
Kid Cudi's upcoming debut album "Man of the Moon: The End of the Day" is scheduled for release on September 15th. The album will include appearances from Common, who actually serves as it's narrator, Kanye West, MGMT, Snoop Dogg, Ratatat, The Clipse, and 88-Keys. His latest single is titled, "Make Her Say," which features rapper Common and Kanye West. The song samples Lady Gaga singing "Poker Face" in the chorus. I'm very excited about this project and can't wait to hear it. A detailed track-listing of the album is provided below:
1. "Day 'n' Nite" Dot da Genius
2. "Make Her Say" (featuring Kanye West & Common) Kanye West
3. "Sky Might Fall" Kanye West
4. "Mr. Solo Dolo" Melo
5. "Soundtrack to My Life" Emile
6. "Galaxy Games" Jean Baptiste
7. "Intergalactic, You & Me"
8. "Teen Wolf" (featuring Ratatat) Ratatat
9. "Angels & Demons" (featuring Clipse)
10. "Pursuit Of Happiness" (featuring MGMT) Ratatat
11. "In My Dreams (National Cudder Anthem)" Emile
12. "Not I Alone" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Just Blaze
13. "I Know Why" Dot da Genius
14. "Wake Up" Jean Baptiste
15. "Heart Of A Lion" Jean Baptiste
16. "TBA" (featuring Chip tha Ripper)
17. "TBA" (featuring 88 Keys)
18. "Dose of Dopeness" Dot da Genius
"Man of the Moon: The End of the Day" in stores September 15th!!!!!
I meant to post this video sooner, but here it is, nonetheless. This song is straight fire!! I love it. I'm glad to see The Clipse back at it again. The song is catchy is the beat has that trademark Neptunes sound that we all love. It's dopeness!!
We love this remix by Justice! Kanye West's newest artist,Mr Hudson is really a star on the rise..
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I think I speak for us all when I say I'm happy Maxwell's in the limelight again. Check out this new video premiere of "Bad Habits." Congratulations to Maxwell for stellar albums sales. It lets me know that people still appreciate good music!! =)
How many times is Mase going to back-slide?!! Haha!! Check out this video of him stating that he needs to get at Diddy about making a comeback.
Blueprint 3 is probably one of the most anticipated albums this year. Recently, the cover art to Jay Z's upcoming album Blueprint 3 was revealed. The album is scheduled for release on September 11th, which is a date that we all know far too well. So far, the album is marked with collaborations from Kid Cudi, Rihanna, Kanye West, Mr. Hudson, Nas, and Drake. On the production side of the spectrum, Timbaland, No I.D, MGMT, and Kanye West, add their musical touches to the album. In fact, Kanye appears to have the most production credits on this album, which was confirmed by Jay-Z earlier this year. The album's track listing has been provided below. Please be aware that this track-listing is subject to change as the release date approaches.
1. "What We Talking About" Kanye West
2. "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)" No I.D.
3. "Weigh Me Down" (feat. Kid Cudi) Kanye West
4. "Unforgiven" Kanye West, MGMT
5. "Run This Town" (feat. Rihanna & Kanye West) Kanye West
6. "Empire State of Mind" (feat. Nas) No I.D.
7. "When It Comes to This" Timbaland
8. "Always" (feat. Drake) Kanye West
9. "Scenes from the Past" Kanye West, No I.D.
10. "Everyday a Star Is Born" (feat. Mr. Hudson) Kanye West
11. "Already Home" Kanye West
12. "Forever Young" (feat. Mr. Hudson) Kanye West
13. "Thank You" Kanye West
14. "Sound of the 70s" Kanye West
15. "We Made History" (feat. Tony Williams) Kanye West