New track from Omarion feat. Lil Wayne – Comfort

Posted by on Feb 27, 2009

Lil Wayne is definitely in the running for the Oversaturation award, but I guess that’s what happens when you’re the hot thing for the moment. Omarion, on the other hand, disappeared for a minute after that last flop of an album with Bow Wow that shall remain nameless for now. I’ve never been a huge fan of Omarion as a solo artist; his albums never moved me, but he’s had a few nice songs. Comfort is his latest, and I’m kinda feelin it;...

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Mary J. Blige and Ne-yo – What Love Is

Posted by on Feb 27, 2009

When I first heard this song on Growing Pains, it was evident that Ne-yo had penned it. I think I’m savvy enough now that I can pick out a Ne-yo song regardless of who’s singing it. Anywho, this was definitely one of the highlights of the Growing Pains album for Mary, though the version on the album does not include Ne-yo. This sounds like a clever mix of the demo version along with the actual recorded version. The two sound great together, and I’d be...

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Video: Jamie Foxx – Blame It

Posted by on Feb 25, 2009

Now THAT’S how you do a music video!!! Jamie pulled a “callin-all-cars” on this one!! Oscar winners, Grammy winners, girls that kiss girls and plenty of alcohol flowin’ around. Appearances include Quincy Jones, Forrest Whitaker, Samuel L Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Morris Chestnut and Jermaine Dupri, among others to round out the star-studded cast. Blame It is the second single from Jamie’s latest album, Intuition. Not only is this one of the...

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Album Review: Joe Budden – Padded Room

Posted by on Feb 25, 2009

Artist: Joe BuddenAlbum: Padded RoomRelease Date: 2.24.09 To much of the mainstream music audience, it would appear that the lyrical genius known as Joe Budden had taken a hiatus – and, in a sense, he did. It appeared to be a classic case of two fairly new artists releasing albums simultaneously: one rises to fame (50 Cent) while the other fades to obscurity (Budden). Budden’s fade-to-black, however, wasn’t for a lack of talent; deals went sour, bonds were broken, and...

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Video: Akon feat. Colby O’Donis and Kardinal Offishall – Beautiful

Posted by on Feb 25, 2009

I’m lovin’ the way the song has that euro-pop appeal to it and is accompanied by a video that’s very stylish and fashion forward. I’m sure there are some fashion bloggers out there that could spit designers backwards and forward for this video but I’m just really feelin the way it all comes together for this clip. It’s rather refreshing for someone to take a classy detour with their videos these days. When I wrote the review for Freedom,...

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