Looks like will.i.am’s new album will be heavy with big name collaborators. With artists like Justin Bieber, Britney Spears and now Miley Cyrus, the rapper seems to have roped in some of the hottest stars.
will.i.am released a new single titled “Fall Down” featuring Cyrus Tuesday morning.
The song is undeniably catchy like most of the rapper’s songs. This track isn’t obnoxiously techno heavy or geared towards the club-scene. It’s a perfect radio song, because it’s upbeat enough to be catchy but mellow enough to be a song to chill out too. Will.i.am may have struck gold with this one. This may just be my favourite single off of the rappers upcoming album so far.
Miley (who recently collaborated with Snoop Lion) sounds great too! She tweeted about the single and seems excited about its release.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) April 16, 2013
Will.i.am’s upcoming album #willpower is set to be released Friday, April 19. “Fall Down” is now available on iTunes
LISTEN TO “FALL DOWN” BY WILL.I.AM FEAT. MILEY CYRUS HERE:
“Not Even the King” — Alicia Keys
After dabbling in the pop and hip hop scene, Alicia Keys goes back behind the piano in “Not Even the King,” the second single off her upcoming album, Girl on Fire. “Not Even the King” carries a special message: money alone doesn’t make you rich. The new, artsy lyric video for the single features positive, childlike paintings that reinforce Keys’ beautiful melody and gentle keystrokes. It’s a great track to remind you what matters most in life. “Girl on Fire” is released Nov. 27.
“Fall Down” — Diggy Simmons ft. Victoria Monet
Seventeen-year-old Diggy Simmons dropped “Fall Down” featuring Victoria Monet from his upcoming mixtape Out of This World. The track re-ignites beef between Diggy and J. Cole, who freestyled a rap about Diggy at a Kendrick Lamar show: “Picture me hating on a young n—a with talent/Album flopped, but it’s cool, he caked out on his allowance.” Diggy took the lyrics as a direct attack on him and came back with “Fall Down.” He raps: “Thought J. stood for Jermaine, not Jetsetter/ You see me and shook my hand, coppin’ pleas in person/ Now you act less than a man, mentioning me in verses.” Ouch!
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