Posts Tagged ‘Timbaland’

Fuck a Pharrell : M.I.A. Doesn’t Need No Super Producers

In a cover story for Billboard magazine, Ms. Arulpragasam talks about never bucking to industry trends and letting her bank account determine her collaborators. To Maya, creating a logical progression with her soon to be released third album /\/\ /\ Y /\, was much more important than another collaboration with Timbaland or a duet with […]

Lines, Vines, and Trying Times : The Music of 2009

The biggest story in music this year was the death of Michael Joseph Jackson, the Once and Future King of Pop. Moreso than the death of an individual, the King of Pop’s death signified the end of the explosive, border crossing, iconic, truly global megastar. Six months into a year that saw Pop music deep […]

Keri Hilson Hops on 90s Revival Wave With ‘I Like’

It seems like since The Way I Are Keri Hilson was forced on to the public whether we liked it or not. Until now, only Alienated, which stands out as one of the best R&B songs of the past five years, was worthy of the attention Hilson has been given. Luckily for Miss Keri Baby […]

Video : Jay-Z Food For Thought Interviews

“The truth doesn‘t have a social status or agenda or color“ Conversations with Jay–Z [The Q Side]

MP3 – Dirt Off Your Shoulders (Brown Album Version)

On the eve of the release of The Blueprint 3 we thought it only fitting to highlight one of the greatest Jay-Z tracks you may not have heard. With ‘The Brown Album,’ Kevin Brown took one of Jay’s greatest albums (behind the original Blueprint and Unplugged) and infused it with funk and soul. Brown managed […]