The new single is part of Jermaine Dupri’s upcoming EP and new partnership with Empire
Los Angeles, CA – May 22, 2015 –The legendary music imprintSo So Def, lead by CEO and founder Jermaine Dupri, has recently closed a partnership with independent music label/distributor/publisherEMPIRE for the release of Jermaine’s upcoming EP.The project’s first single is titled “WYA (Where You At?)” and features long time affiliate, multi-platinum artist and actorBow Wow, who makes his return on the up-beat club record.
Bow Wow, who has established a career in rapping since the age of 5 “I have so much music that needs to be heard … I’ve been quiet for four years … I want to dictate when my music comes out,” he said.
Since Bow Wow’s last music release, he has been focused on his acting career starring inCBS’s CSI: Cyber, the launch of his spirits brand NDI Vodka and expansion of his clothing lineAsphalt Yacht Club. As for his music, he is now collaborating with Jermaine Dupri and Snoop Dogg on new records to come. The first of the many is So So Def’s “WYA (Where You At?)” single which is now available on all digital music outlets including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and Spotify. Expect a video soon, for now check out the premiere of “WYA (Where You At?)” on Billboard.
About Bow Wow
With nearly 20 years in the film, television and music industry, Shad Moss a.k.a. Bow Wow, continues his career in television as an actor starring in CBS’s “CSI: Cyber” and was the co-host for “106 & Park.” Also a young entrepreneur, Moss is the founder of NDI Vodka and the Brand Ambassador for Asphalt Yacht Club. At age 5, he was discovered by hip-hop star Snoop Dogg and featured on the icon’s groundbreaking album “Doggystyle.” He later teamed up with Jermaine Dupri for his solo debut release “Beware of Dog” in 2000, the kickoff to a string of platinum and gold albums that spawned six No. 1 singles as the youngest solo rapper to ever hit No. 1. He has sold more than 10 million albums to date and as a young star helped brand the groundbreaking “Scream Tour,” selling out Madison Square Garden three times. He’ll continue to release new music for his fans.
Moss made his debut in the feature film “Like Mike” in 2002. His additional film credits include “Lottery Ticket,” “Johnson Family Vacation,” “Roll Bounce,” “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” and “Hurricane Season.”
For three seasons, Moss starred as Charlie in “Entourage.” His additional television credits include guest-starring roles in “Moesha,” “The Steve Harvey Show,” “Brothers Garcia,” “Smallville” and “Ugly Betty.”
Moss has released five albums, including “Beware of Dog,” “Doggy Bag,” “Unleashed,” “Wanted,” “The Price of Fame” and “New Jack City II.” His new album, “Underrated,” is due out later this year.
Currently, Moss resides in New York and Los Angeles. His birthday is March 9. Follow him on Twitter @smoss.
Created with means of measuring and recording a series of consecutive lap times, Audemars Piguet presents the new Royal Oak Concept Laptimer. The wristwear has been largely comprised of forged carbon and titanium, as it is a followup to the 2010 delivery by Audemars Piguet ambassador and 7-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher.
The watch showcases split-second measurement thanks to two central seconds hands. With the press of a button, one hand stops and the other continues to circulate, altogether marking an intermediate time. The hands can then be reunited upon pushing the button once again. The wristwear can also measure, display and record record time with a single second hand while the other can be stopped and restarted independently.
This impressive and functional work of art from Audemars Piguet is set to be released in limited edition fashion (221 units) with a price tag of $229,500 USD.
Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing had big news at the Billboard Music Awards last night, and it wasn’t just his double arm candy (that’d be his right hand It models [#squad?] Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn, natch): The designer announced that he is following Alexander Wangas the latest in a string of big-time fashion lines to collaborate with H&M. Jenner and Dunn both sported looks from the new collection that hewed quite closely to the label’s style touchstones—vague military influences, heavy embellishments, sharp shoulders, satin and sheen and lots of sheer—and it was all exceedingly exciting, which brings us to the point: We’d like to have a say, here, in how the collection (debuting November 5) turns out.
Below, the six looks we’re hoping to see reflected in the soon-to-be hotly coveted (and accessibly priced!) collab, from biker jeans to goddess dresses and more.