Sugababes -Freedom

Sugababes are a true British girl pop institution. The group has not only delivered many memorable pop hits over the last 12 years but Sugababes has also been a platform for great vocal talent to launch solo careers from. As a result of the trio’s personnel changes and the changing taste in pop, the group has shown different musical identities over the years – from the edgy “Freak Like Me” (2002) to the empowering “Ugly” (2005), and from the glossy “About You Know” (2007) to the frolicky “Get Sexy” (2009). But let’s not dwell too much on the past and look forward. The group of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen has been working feverishly in the studio to lay down new tracks for a comeback record with the intent to recapture the Sugababes essence.

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Frank Ocean – Let Me (feat. Kyle Christopher)

Frank Ocean featuring Kyle Christopher titled “Let Me.” Francis leads the track with his now signature falsetto, while Kyle lays a melodic raspy hook. Frank Ocean “Let Me” with Kyle Christopher dropped out of no where this weekend. Everyone been wondering what happen to Franks re-release of nostalgia,ULTRA which was supposed to be called nostalgia,Lite.

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Amina Bryant – Why You Do That

Amina Bryant from the U.K. some of you may remember her break out smash “Jimmy” that leapt onto the BBC Radio 1Xtraplaylist earlier this year. Bryan is gearing up for another push with her new single “Why You Do That,” a very catchy dancehall influenced pop and Ne-Yo-esque R&B ditty with glossy vocal harmonies and a soulful groove that has major chart potential. The release of “Why Do You That” follows her “Back To The Future” mixtape that is hosted by CJ Beatz, and features a musical journey showcasing Bryant’s past and present influences, inspirations and original works.

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Entourage x Nike SB Dunk Low


A first look at the Entourage x Nike SB Dunk Low, but the looming ‘Friends and Family’ tag brought a dark cloud over what could have been one of the best SB Dunk releases in recent memory (by recent, we mean the last four years). Reports that followed included information about HBO not allowing a release to happen due to the sneaker featuring the show’s official branding, and based on the history of previous SB Dunks, it didn’t appear that a release would happen. Then rumors started to fly regarding a possibly August Quickstrike or a special release on 11/11/11, but Brooklyn Projects, a reputable source of Nike SB information, recently mentioned that the Entourage x Nike SB Dunk Low would in fact release this October as an in-store Quickstrike.

Roscoe Dash – Awesome

Hip Hop’s new go-to-guy for hooks is back with a brand new video to accompany his latest single, directed by B. Epstein

Swizz Beatz – International Party feat. Alicia Keys

Swizz Beatz throws an “International Party” with Alicia Keys. The superstar husband and wife unite the globe with their voices in the big-budget video for their collaboration commissioned for Reebok Classics’ “Reethym of Lite” campaign. The Chris Robinson-directed clip, which reportedly cost seven figures, mixes art, fashion, choreography, and fast cars. “It’s about connecting all the continents on the planet on the world stage,” explained Robinson, while Swizz, who serves as Reebok’s brand’s creative director, added, “This is not a music video this is a big movie.”

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