Anderson .Paak was a special guest on ‘Open Late’ with Peter Rosenberg today where he announced his sophomore album Oxnard will be officially released on November 16th via Aftermath Entertainment exclusively distributed by 12 Tone Music. Last week Anderson released the first single from the album “Tints” feat. Kendrick Lamar.
”Pullin Up,” from Eric Bellinger (@EricBellinger) and AD’s forthcoming concept album NINE set to be released October 30th, is a classic fun-loving video with a twist. Everyone knows Bellinger loves the ladies…and with Compton rapper AD by his side, the pimp game is STRONG. But instead of pulling up in a foreign car, “Poncho Belly” (Bellinger) and “Dizzle” (AD) are wooing the ladies with TACOS!
The visual for “Pullin Up” begins with Eric Bellinger’s alter ego Poncho and classy-hood player Dizzle driving a vehicle that represents L.A. to the fullest…a taco truck. As two gorgeous women appear to place their order, a party gets started inside, and Bellinger’s energy is off the charts as he sings about the fine physiques he’s spotting (Look at all them curves on her / Look at them curves on her / Look at how she swerve the curve) and the scene shifts from taco truck to warehouse while AD drops bars about his prowess.
Bellinger’s award-winning talent has blessed him with the opportunity to record with the best rappers around, and AD went in on this first release from their forthcoming project. AD’s lyrics are the game he’s spitting, and he doesn’t hold back about what he wants to do. I ain’t nothing like these other n***s / Good with digits like your tax man / Hit it til you need a CAT scan / Ninja moves, make you do back flips. According to the rising emcee, working with Eric Bellinger has been inspiring. “This album was complete fun for us. Eric, aka Poncho, is a musical genius.” We’ll get to experience the whole NINE album at the end of this month on October 30th.
Bay-area bred rapper and international icon Too Short has inked a deal with Dash Radio and is launching a new radio show “Blow the Whistle” today, hosted by himself and his homie/infamous Hollywood sex-tape broker KB (Kevin Blatt). Produced by Too Short’s business partner Arshia Bolour, “Blow the Whistle” is likely to be the most boundary-pushing element to the already cutting-edge station. As VP Clinton Sparks remarked about the new show, “[Dash Radio] is thrilled to have Too Short join the family, especially in a format where he can showcase his personality and say his favorite word as much as he wants–with no commercial interruptions. Get familiar.”
Too Short is no stranger to Hollywood, but the defining Bay Area style and cultural legacy he brings to Dash have been noted by many, including Dash Radio founder DJ Skee: “In adding Too Short to our platform, we are adding a hip-hop icon. Beyond his music, his personality and character are second-to-none and will make for an incredible show every week.” Fans of TooShort and Dash Radio can tune in to the premiere episode of “Blow The Whistle” on Dash Radios Mixtape Channel tonight at 10pm PST and every Tuesday night following. The show will go live every Tuesday inside of the Dream Hotel, Dash Radio’s second and newest Hollywood studio.
Scott King teams up with Tokyo Jetz and Meka Means
Wet, Drip, Faucet is the official single from Scott King’s highly-anticipated EP “Early Arrival, Late Departure” which is slated to be released soon. The single features singer/songwriter, Meka Means, and Grand Hustle’s first lady, Tokyo Jetz who recently dropped her album “Bonafide.”
Fans can look forward to hearing more familiar voices on this EP with features that include, Musiq Soulchild, Uncle Murda, Mysonne and Miguel.
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