Even after death, Whitney Houston is still making history on the Billboard 200. This week, the late pop icon posthumously became the first female artist to simultaneously Continue reading
Following Whitney Houston‘s untimely death on Feb. 11, her album ‘Whitney: The Greatest Hits’ has re-entered the Billboard 200 chart at No. 6. According to Nielsen Continue reading
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You know what’s sexy? Being No.1. And you know who knows it? LMFAO. After Rihanna reigned the charts for eight weeks straight, she has been dethroned by the party rocking duo LMFAO and their accompanying Speedos. Mac Miller also had some good news as his debut album, ‘Blue Slide Park,’ went gold! Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo were partaking in a bit of Twitter flirting and Kanye West was praising the wonders of special effects in movies. Rebecca Black had a run in with Zooey Deschanel while Game was telling people to get their butts to the gym. New year be damned! Bow Wow was all up in arms about getting older and Weird Al had a very important question. Read what your favorite stars were chirping about!
I have my first gold record. dope.
I don’t want to see any movie that doesn’t have mind blowing special effects… #EVERAGAIN
Why wait til New Years to take yo fat ass to the gym…. Its open today too !
I wish we still settled our differences with duels…cause that would make road rage a lot more interesting.
Does anybody know the expiration on whoop-ass? I opened a can last week and I’m not sure if it’s still good.
Damn… Im staring at 25 straight in eyes bro
Wale‘s ambitions has finally paid off for him. The D.C.’s rhyme-slinger’s second album, ‘Ambition,’ premiered at No. 2 on the latest Billboard 200 album chart. The set moved 164,000 copies in its first week of release.
Not bad for a guy who two years ago was dropped by Interscope Records after his debut LP ‘Attention Deficit’ was a commercial failure (it only sold 28,000 units in its first week). Now with songs like ‘Lotus Flower Bomb‘ (featuring Miguel) getting radio love and the streets embracing his anthemic title track, it looks like Wale has become a major player in the rap game.
Wale’s ‘Ambition’ will most likely drop in sales next week, especially, since Drake‘s second LP ‘Take Care’ will hit stores on Tuesday. The Maybach Music Group artist revealed to Rap-Up that he and Drake recorded a song together. “Me and Drizzy do have something coming,” he teased.
Since their collaboration, Wale hopes to put together a major hip-hop tour featuring himself, Drake and fellow rapper J. Cole. “I told Drizzy about it,” he tells Rap-Up. “I said, ‘Yo, me, you, and Cole should do a tour.’ I don’t care if I gotta go first. I’m all about the f—ing culture. This is gonna be like the ‘Hard Knock Life’ tour of our generation.”
Watch Wale Perform ‘Lotus Flower Bomb’ With Miguel on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’