Nicki Minaj dropped two very different tracks this week, both from her forthcoming album “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.”
“Beez in the Trap” is comparatively more simple than Starships, with minimal and raw production. Although the beat is simple, she raps with that pop she’s known for with Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz.
Minaj posted the dirty version of the song herself on Twitter along with some of the dirty lyrics of the song: ”B***hes aint sh*t & they aint sayin nuffin! A hunnit muthaf***as can’t tell me nuffin! I beez in the trap! B beez in the trap!!!!”
Minaj’s track with Chris Brown “Right By My Side” also found its way online and it’s a bit more PG, featuring her softer singing voice.
The album drops on April 3 and if these tracks are any indication of the rest of the album, we are excited!
Beez in the Trap:
Right By My Side:
A new leaked track by Katy Perry has hit the Internet, and Perry sings about falling for the wrong guy.
Katy co-wrote the song, and the track is a demo version of Jessie James track “Bullett.”
Some of the lyrics include, “My mama warned me about boys like you/ It’s the reason I wear these high-heeled boots/ And let me give you a little piece of advice/ My papa packs heat and he won’t think twice.”
On the sing-along refrain, Perry belts out, “I’m a bullet and I’m headed/ Straight for your heart/ Be careful what you start/ I’m a bullet and I’m headed/ Straight for your heart/ It’s gonna leave a mark.”
Although the song is a couple of years old, it has been coincidentally leaked right after Perry and Brand announced their separation.
Despite rumors that this photo was another strange shot from Billy Rae Cyrus’ personal collection, the “leaked photo” everyone has been talking about is actually from one of her music videos. If you look closely you can clearly see Miley wearing the same outfit in her 2010 video for “Who Owns My Heart.” Why or how it ended up causing a media frenzy is still a mystery. Although, this is a good indication that even after she turned eighteen, every pervert on the Internet still wants to see Miley in her underwear. What’s surprising is no one caught this obvious mistake earlier. If this was a photo taken without her permission, would she be rolling around in gold satin sheets wearing red high heels and makeup? Well, maybe.
Hollywood Life reports on the single called Give Your Heart a Break saying ”Demi’s powerful voice belts out the catchy chorus: “Don’t want to break your heart / Wanna give your heart a break / I know you’re scared as balls / That you might make a mistake / There’s just one life to live / And there’s no time to waste / So let me give your heart a break.” This sounds like the same type of ballad that Skyscraper is – raw, honest and emotional.
What do you think of the track?
Beyonce has addressed her fans in regards to her album leaking in its entirety yesterday, reports Billboard.
The singer’s album, ’4,’ was leaked two weeks before it’s scheduled date of July 28. While Beyonce isn’t happy, she is thanking her fans for the positive feedback she’s been receiving.
Beyoncé took to her official Facebook today to address the leak:
“My music was leaked and while this is not how I wanted to present my new songs, I appreciate the positive response from my fans. When I record music I always think about my fans singing every note and dancing to every beat. I make music to make people happy and I appreciate that everyone has been so anxious to hear my new songs.”
The album comes out July 28 and Target stores will carry an exclusive version of the album with extra tracks.
According to my Twitter feed last night, the feedback wasn’t all positive. Many say the album is a little dull, and nothing compared to her lead single ‘Run The World (Girls).’ I don’t really support leaked albums, so I’ll wait for the official one before judging.
Earlier today, a demo for a track called “Another Day” featuring Jackson and Lenny Kravitz leaked online today. It didn’t take long before Sony and Jackson’s estate took notice and are demanding the 90-second snippet be pulled from the Internet.
Although the song doesn’t audibly feature Kravitz, it does resemble a verse from his song “Storm” off his 2004 album Baptism. After Jackson’s death, Kravitz wrote a letter to Spinner describing his experience working with the King of Pop as they prepared a number of studio tracks for release.
“I got to work with Michael on a track that has not been released and it was the most amazing experience I’ve had in the studio. He was funny. Very funny and we laughed the whole time.”
Kravitz posted a video today claiming he has no idea how the leak occurred and that the song is not complete.
Just one month before its debut, the latest “X-Men” installment has leaked online in an almost complete version according to reports.
Some reviews and comments have already surfaced on the Internet about the film in the few hours the bootleg version is said to have begun circulating.
According to MTV News, 20th Century Fox sent an e-mail on Wednesday morning (April 1) regarding the leak to many sites saying, “This is bad for the industry and ruins the experience for so many people who are excited to see the film.”
The Los Angeles Police Department is still investigating how a leaked photograph of a bruised Rihanna landed in the hands of entertainment web site TMZ, according to E! Online.
Last week, TMZ executive producer Harvey Levin told police they obtained the image legally. However, the LAPD has yet to formally identify the singer as the alleged victim. The department said the photo appeared to have been taken during “an official domestic violence investigation.”
The incident took place on Grammy day, February 8. Although Chris Brown has not been charged in the case of alleged domestic violence, he turned himself in after the alleged incident took place. Brown was booked on suspicion of making criminal threats.
The leaked photo has upset Rihanna’s fans across the world, as well as the singer’s father.