Ariana Grande finally releaes her duet with The Weeknd titled Love Me Harder. This will appear on Ariana forthcoming album titled My Everything, in stores August 25th.
Remy Ma finally makes an guess appearance on The Breakfast Club to chat with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. Remy talks about her time in prison, mindset, staying in shape, relationship with Papoose, Fat Joe, new music, and working with DJ Khaled.
Jeezy decides to unleash his brand new single called Holy Ghost produced by Don Cannon and Lyle LeDuff. Jeezy’s new album Seen It All will finally be released on September 2nd.
DJ Felli Fel (@DJFelliFel) Feat Pitbull (@pitbull), Juicy J (@therealjuicyj) & Cee-Lo Green (@CeeLoGreen) – Have Some Fun
DJ Felli Fel releases his new visual for Have Some Fun featuring Pitbull, Juicy J and Cee-Lo Green directed by Kai Henry and Ash Innovator.
Sean “P Diddy” Combs attends the Givenchy afterparty as part of Paris Fashion Week on at L’Arc on March 4, 2012 in Paris, France.
Since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown on Aug. 9, the nation has watched the situation in Ferguson, Mo., continue to deteriorate as tensions boil between the police and protesters.
While watching coverage of Ferguson on TV last night, Diddy took to Instagram to deliver a video message to President Obama.
“This sh-t ain’t right,” Diddy said. “Obama, get on a plane — it’s serious. These are your people, baby. These are your people.”
Obama has addressed Ferguson in carefully worded statements but has yet to visit the volatile city. “We’ve got to make sure that we are able to distinguish between peaceful protesters who may have some legitimate grievances and maybe long-standing grievances, and those who are using this tragic death as an excuse to engage in criminal behavior,” Obama said during a Monday press conference.
In the music world, everyone from J. Cole to Frank Ocean to Moby has commented on the tragedy, with St. Louis native Nelly getting in touch withBrown’s family to start up a scholarship fund in his name.