Posted by A on April 24, 2013
I know I pick on Kesha sometimes, but you can’t deny she’s a hit maker. Sure, she owes her career to Benny Blanco, but she’s somehow able to churn out hit after hit, which isn’t an easy task. You have to respect that. I have no clue how this remix originated, but I’m sure Pitbull’s handlers sent him this track and told him to jump on it. To make a Pitbull song you must have the following elements:
A. Say your own name (Pitbull, duh)
B. Name three different cities.
C. Say, “Mr. Worldwide” but only name US cities.
D. End song with Dale!
Congratulations, you now know how to make a Pitbull song. In “Crazy Kids” Pitbull raps that he has so much money he “can pay the global debt.” Listen Pit, we know you’re wealthy. I don’t think you’re too politically adept though. Let me take you to school here. The national deficit is currently around 16 trillion [source cited]. That’s a lot of money. More more than the richest man in the world has. You are not the richest man in the world. Therefore, you can not pay the global debt. You wouldn’t even make a dent.
Posted by Grubeats on November 17, 2011
Busa Buss, simmer down my man. While the big news of the week was the announcement that Busta Rhymes signed a brand new record deal with YMCMB aka Cash Money (Rapper Mystikal also signed a deal with the label), we couldn’t let this track fall under the radar. At the age of 39, the seasoned vet is still spurring off words faster than ever and this track proves he may be the fastest rapper ever. Teaming up once again with Chris Brown for the first track since they collaborated on Breezy’s single, “Look At Me Now”, the duo looks to set the bar high for Busta’s upcoming album, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) 2: End of the World. The album will be the first under his new label and he has also partnered with Google Music, which launched earlier this week, for an exclusive release.
“It’s just amazing to see that they understood what Busta Rhymes means to the music, what Busta Rhymes means to the culture, what Busta Rhymes means to the embodiment of authentic hip-hop,” he explained, after linking with Google to release the new single “Why Stop Now,” which features Chris Brown.”- Busta Rhymes
Posted by GMONEY on February 4, 2011
East coast natives Tajiddin Morris (Dean) and John Siravo (Ravo) didn’t foresee their lifelong passions for music colliding into a partnership that is rapidly gaining people’s attention. Natural born athletes, the two met as members of the Boston College football team. From bash brothers to bandmates, it didn’t take these two long to realize their shared love for music. After gaining notoriety with their single Walking Around Dean and Ravo plan to take their game to a new level when they drop their debut album “A to B” on the 28th of this month. For more Dean and Ravo check out their website and follow them on twitter
DOWNLOAD: Dean and Ravo – End Of The Week
Here is a preview of another single off their upcoming mixtape “A to B”:
Dean and Ravo – Finally