Chris Richardson did his very first Twitter interview with ANDPOP’s @britt_mahaney. The “Joy & Pain” singer/songwriter and American Idol alum talked about his upcoming album, what he thinks of Nicki Minaj as an Idol judge and whether or not Tyga has taken him to Rack City.
Before we wrapped up the interview, we dared him to tweet us a photo. A lot of the fans were crossing their fingers for a topless pic (okay we were too) but we got an equally awesome mobster-chic pic. Check out the interview below!!
Technically these two new songs aren’t solely by Wiz Khalifa, but he’s featured in both of them and we can’t resist the power of Wiz.
The rapper drives around in a red sports car in Curren$y’s new video “Jet Life,” the second single off the MC’s album The Stoned Immaculate.
Meanwhile, in the Matt Alonzo-directed video for ”Celebration,” Game throws a BBQ with famous friends Wiz, Chris Brown, Tyga and Lil Wayne. Wiz takes his place at a picnic table in a laid back-looking straw hat. The track is from Game’s upcoming album Jesus Piece, which is due out in December.
“Jet Life” — Curren$y (ft. Big KRIT and Wiz Khalifa)
“Celebration” — Game (ft. Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne) Read more…
Canadian homeboy Drake loves the west coast so much he had shoot his latest video for “The Motto” in the Bay area of California.
Along for the ride were Lil Wayne, Tyga E-40 and Mistah F.A.B. as they all show up in his new video for the bonus track off his new album, “Take Care”.
Drake revealed in an interview the video was made entirely on real film, something most performers rarely do in this digital age.
While the cars in the video are nice to look at, their outfits…not so much. When you have to pay thousands of dollars for such fancy car rentals, there may not be room left in the budget for styling. Drake is seen wearing a cheetah print winter coat and Lil Wayne tried to rock bright green winter boots. I wonder what Anna Wintour of Vogue has to say about this.
The video wasn’t without it’s good moments. For instance, the beginning opens with the mother of the late rapper Mac Dre sending out a heartfelt message to her slain son.
Check out “The Motto” below.