Check out Big Sean‘s new video for his latest track “Fire” starring Miss Miley Cyrus and to our surprise she’s not “twerking” but she is looking kinda hot.
Big Sean’s Hall Of Fame album drops August 27.
Check out Terrace Martin‘s latest work “No Right, No Wrong” featuring Robert Glasper and James Fauntleroy from his upcoming album 3ChordFold available in stores August 13.
The What Dreams May Come tour kicks off in September in Miami and ends in October in Seattle. Make sure to buy your tickets this Friday on Ticketmaster.
Hit the jump for tour dates.
The Tools or War Crotona Park Jams are a wall to wall Hip Hop legend-fest of epic proportions. And being something of a record collector, Biz Markie is a regular at these events. But this year, it wasn’t so much his ridiculous collection of rarities that caught people’s eyes, but the turntables he played them on. No, it’s not Photoshop — those really are 7″ Technics decks. Allow me to explain.
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This David Guetta story is making it’s way around the internet… it’s a spoof story. Don’t believe it. It’s funny though.
At a recent show in Paris the pop star, David Guetta, was forced to flee the stage in embarrassment when at the start of his show he hit the play button on the wrong track.
Instead of hearing Guetta’s usual pop-house hits, fans were inadvertently treated to a personal self help CD that had been prescribed to Guetta for treatment of crippling chorophobia – the irrational fear of dancing.
Guetta took to Twitter to release the following statement: “To all my fans, I’m sorry that you had to find out that I have been pre-recording sets and not playing live.”
“Please understand that this is not due to lack of talent or laziness but because of this crippling phobia, for which I am seeking professional help, as was heard when I accidentally hit play on my coping CD.”
The EDM star claimed that the condition developed in childhood following a dancing accident at a school talent show which left the performer “acutely embarrassed” and a “confirmed bed wetter.”
The pop star went on to further say that ordinarily he doesn’t “even look at the crowd. I’ll just twiddle some knobs on the mixing desk thingy. When I do have to look up to the crowd I’ll close my eyes as if enjoying myself, or I’ll let my golden locks dangle in front of my eyes so I don’t see people dancing.”
“Ironically with no-one dancing it probably would have been one of my shows that I would have actually enjoyed.”