King B releases a visual for her track “1+1″ that she directed herself along with Laurent Briet and Ed Burke. Even though it’s not an official song, but it’s the first track on the album and Beyonce’s most favorite song. Enjoy the view below and tell us what you think.
If you thought earthquake was creepy, get over it, because something else is coming our way this weekend. Hurricane Irene apparently continues its path of destruction and plans to go right through NYC this weekend. Mayor Bloomberg is planning to make a decision by Friday night whether “Zone-A” (hurricane area) people will be evacuated by Sunday. The hurricane areas include: Coney Island and Manhattan Beach in Brooklyn, Battery Park City in Manhattan, Far Rockaway and Broad Channel in Queens, South Beach, Midland Beach and some other low-lying areas in Staten Island. To find out whether you are in a hurricane evacuation zone you can go Here.
“We don’t yet have enough information yet to make that call,” Bloomberg said. “There are still too many unknowns, but we will make a decision on whether to call for evacuating certain areas based on the track, the speed, and the strength of the storm. We’ll all be watching the weather maps on television. It’s very difficult to predict the future. But clearly a storm is going to come in this direction and clearly we will see effects of it: high winds and heavy rain. Whether we’ll get the worst, let’s hope not. But we’re going to prepare for everything.”
For now there are few steps that are being taken to prepare for what can be a city disaster:
Lil Wayne’s diss track on Jay and Beyonce surfaced the internet last night. Needless to say, it became the main talk of the town. The diss track was a response to Jay-z’s Birdman-aimed line on “H.A.M.”
“You got baby money/Keep it real with n****s/N****s ain’t got my lady money.”
Well, Weezy decided that he ain’t having it and slapped back on his new track “It’s Good,” saying:
“Talking bout Baby money / I got your baby money/ Kidnap ya b**ch, get that ‘how much you love yo lady’ money/ I know you fake n***a, press ya breaks n***a/ I’ll take you out, that’s a date n***a.”
However, Lil Wayne is sure that the diss song won’t have “any repercussions” for him. In his interview with Vibe magazine, Tenuchi explained that he understood the buzz around the song, but for him it’s just another song.
“I know there won’t be any repercussions behind what I did. I know for a fact music is about perception. You can’t do anything but perceive what you hear. I know that for a fact. So I can’t ever be upset about someone’s reaction. I’m not going to say I don’t know what would happen before I even say [something on record]. I do know what will happen. I’m aware of it. But it is what it is.”
Really?? If I was Jay-Z I wouldn’t even respond to that. Check the track “It’s Good” ft. Drake and Jadakiss inside with lyrics.
It’s been 10 years since singer and actress Aaliyah tragically passed away. Detroit native and R.Kelly’s protege, Aaliyah quickly garnered a fan base and at the age of 17 she became the R&B ringleader. Her hits like “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number,” “Hot Like Fire,” “One In A Million,” “Are You That Somebody,” and then later “More Than A Woman,” “Rock The Boat” literally blew up R&B charts. Besides her beautiful and angelic voice, Aaliyah’s dancing skills made it even more entertaining. Her unique style of a feminine tomboy with baggy pants, tight tank tops and hair swoop over her left eye became trendsetting. To this day she is one of the most influential artists and was an inspiration to people like Beyonce, Drake, Ciara and more. The plane crash that took her life – and lives of eight others on board- was so sudden and unexpected that it left a void in the music industry and heart of everyone who loved Aaliyah. Rest In Peace, baby girl..You are forever missed!