As West Coast rapper The Game preps his upcoming The R.E.D Album, a video for the set’s ‘Ain’t No Doubt About It’ has made it’s way on to the internet. The one time G-Unit affiliate, gets help from the musically elusive Justin Timberlake and beat smith/occasional crooner Pharrell Williams.
Beyonce, once again, showed that her talent knows few bounds today, when her second Good Morning America showing aired on ABC. Shot last week, following her live stint on the show, today’s performance saw the 29 year old rock New York’s Central Park with ‘End of Time’ – a favourite from her chart-topping ‘4’ LP.
Check out Ms. Knowles-Carter show why her stiletto’s stay etched on higher ground below…
Cher Lloyd shows that Rihanna isn’t the only one getting Loud on the cover for her debut single ‘Swagger Jagger’.
The love it or loathe it track saw its video premiere last week and, true to Lloyd form, sparked much controversy. Can’t say it’s moving our spirit, however who’s to say it won’t after the inevitable rinsing radio and TV will no doubt do with it.
Are you checking for Ms. Lloyd and her authentic Malvern “swag”?
R&B continues to makes a comeback, this time it’s in the form of Lonny Bereal and Kelly Rowland‘s video for ‘Favor’. The sensual cut, which is generating quite the buzz on Urban radio, is given the visual treatment courtesy of director Juwan Lee.
Check it out after the jump. The record serves as the first single to be released from Bereal’s first studio album as an artist (prior to now, he’s very much been behind the scenes as a songwriter).
Behold the album cover for Jay Z‘s and Kanye West‘s collaborative album ‘Watch The Throne’.
Though no confirmation of a release date has been announced by either artist or Island Def Jam, the LP’s release has generated excitement after the report that the first single would feature Bruno Mars and Pop’s Queen Supreme, Beyonce.
As time gets closer to their wedding R&B diva Monica and LA Laker Shannon Brown have been generating quite the buzz over the net. Most recently the ‘Love All Over Me’ singer was featured on ‘Eye on L.A.’ discussing details about the upcoming nuptials.
Ten years ago, the world first fell in love with Alicia Keys and has kept fallin’ (pun intended) ever since. This week’s From The Vault journeys back to one of Ms. Keys earliest smash, the neo-soul ballad, ‘A Woman’s Worth’.
Serviced as the second single from her near-flawless debut ‘Songs In A Minor’, the track underscores the importance of mutual respect in a relationship.
With Alicia’s vocal delivery on the track reminiscent of a certain Ella Fitzgerald, along with the jazzy undertones of the production, this could be considered yet another 50’s throwback.
Yet the subtle Hip-Hop vibe as well as the hooks and catchy chorus are exactly what took the song from “old-school” to “radio smash” territory.
Numerous artists have tried to take that route of “back-to-basics-with-a-modern-twist” that Ms. Beatz has built her career after, but her genuine passion for that era in music and the rawness of her voice (as well as heartfelt lyrics and great live showings) are definitely what make this young lady the leader of the pack.
AK is currently celebrating a decade of success and, we here at That Grape Juice think that the mother of one shouldn’t have any problem celebrating another 10 years should she continuing staying true to her music.