Seek the LORD and his strength, seek his face continually. 1 Chronicles: 16:11
Jamaican producers and songwriters have submitted “500 records” for new album that’s been more than a year in the making
By: ELIAS LEIGHT
For more than a year, Rihanna and her label Roc Nation have been hunting for beats as they work to complete an album devoted to exploring the singer’s Caribbean roots, according to conversations with eight sources close to the project. In addition, two of those sources suggest that the singer is simultaneously at work on another pop-oriented album. Continue reading
Track hails from latest EP ‘International Artist’
By: ALTHEA LEGASPI
Bronx rapper-singer A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie grooves in a mansion and explores the underworld in his lavish new video “Way Too Fly” featuring Nigerian artist Davido. The track appears on his recently released EP, International Artist.
In the new visual, the rapper and Davido are in a plush mansion, surrounded by beautiful women. Things take a surreal turn when they take a couple of pills offered to them and some of the women dissolve before their eyes. “I’m way too fly, shine in the night time,” the pair sing on the bouncy, club-destined track. “I’m a vampire but I don’t bite, come inside when it’s daylight.”
International Artist follows his 2017 debut studio album, The Biggest Artist, which spawned the hit “Drowning” featuring Kodak Black. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie will be performing at Lollapalooza on August 2nd.
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