Ebro and Laura were in Miami so they decided to get up with Birdman to see what Respek is to him.
Before tip off Mark Cuban made some interesting comments about Russell Westbrook, saying he’s not a superstar. And Here is what Kevin Durant had to say after the game about those comments.
Drake revealed some details about this year’s OVO Fest. The 7th annual event will take place from July 29th to August 1st. It will kick off with OVO Bounce along with Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa’s show at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.
After that, Drake and Future will take over the Air Canada Center for back to back shows. OVO artists Roy Woods and DVSN will be opening up. As with every OVO Fest, we can expect many surprise guests.
Cash Money Records CEO Birdman sat down with Angie Martinez for his most personal interview to date. The two also discussed the status of his relationship with Lil Wayne which stunna says is “kosher’ at this time, his upcoming BET show, the new Cash Money Records roster, shopping his biopic, his favorite rappers at this time which includes Maino, Uncle Murda + more.
Birdman dropped by The Breakfast Club to sit down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. As soon Birdman stepped into the room he repeatedly said stop playing with my name, before the interview started. Charlamagne asked him what the issue was, Birdman said there was no issue, but he just wanted to tell them to put some respect on his name. Charlamagne then asked about Rick Ross and Tricky Daddy before Birdman and his people walked out after a couple of minutes in the studio.
Five years in the making, girl group NLA hits the music wave and is making quite a scene with their new EP, appropriately named, Past Due (debuting at #21 on the iTunes R&B Albums chart). Signed by Keith Thomas under the Good Look Entertainment imprint via Empire Music Distribution, the girls recently threw their Past Due album release party on Wednesday at Prive Nightclub with friends and family. Usher, Keri Hilson, “Creep” singer B. Symth, Tim from R.City, Bangladesh, Verse Simmons and more all showed up to support the group, with Bryan-Michael Cox providing the music. NLA has been flooding social media as Keyshia Cole, Jasmine Sullivan, Keri Hilson, Rico Love, Mark Pitts and other continue to post their support for the girls.
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Follow the girls on twitter/instagram: @NLAMusic
For more information on NLA go to: www.nlamusic.com
Photos from the Past Due Album Release Party:
with Keri Hilson
With “Creep” singer B.Smyth
with Verse Simmons
with producer Bangladesh
NLA and Management Team (Left to Right: Keith Thomas, Janeen, Jessy, Terence Carter, Nina and Jnyflower Choe)
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