Posts Tagged ‘iTunes’

(NEW HEAT) J Lyric ft. Chopper Young City – “Load It Up”

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

New Orleans MVPs J Lyric and Chopper Young City (of “Making the Band” fame) team up on this banger entitled “Load It Up”, available on J Lyric’s new “Loyalty Over Love” album. The visuals are dope and so is the music.

Watch/Comment/Share the “Load It Up” video! Follow J Lyric and Chopper Young City on social media:

Twitter @JASONLYRIC @imChopperCity

Instagram @jlyricmusic @imChopperCity

Tiny Confirms Controversial New Single Is About Marriage to T.I.

Friday, July 25th, 2014


T.I. and Tiny’s marriage has been ripe with breakup rumors for over six months, with both parties telling fans and media that their relationship is intact. However, Tiny is now speaking out honestly about her relationship with Tip, admitting that her new track, “What the F*ck You Gon’ Do” is indeed about her marriage to Mr. Harris.

With lines like “Boy, tell me how you sleep at night, cause you had me lonely, and you know that…Do you wanna know what life is without me? Cause I’ll show you what it feels like to be on the other side of the gun,” many fans assumed it was about T.I., but never expected the former Xscape member to admit it. She did just that today, as she told author Aliya S. King that the song was written a year ago about their relationship.

“My new song is a statement. Some people might say, why put your business in a song? It’s because this is my life and my truth and this is how I choose to express it. Isn’t that what we do as entertainers? We go through stuff and we write about it. This is no different.

“I wrote this song a year ago. I never planned to put it out. It was therapy for me. At the time, I was really going through a lot. Stuff that the public didn’t know and still doesn’t know. And over the past year, as things have unfolded publicly, people expected me to speak on it. And then I realized, I did speak on all of this, a year ago, in this song. So it made sense to release it.”

Tiny also claims she honestly didn’t know T.I. was dropping his ode to her, “Stay” on the same day.

“I know it’s hard to believe, but we did not plan for these songs to come out at the same time. T.I. did not hear my song until the whole world did. He knew nothing about it. I had heard his song and I loved it. But I did not know he was going to release it. So the day I dropped my song, I’m asking to see how it’s doing on iTunes and someone said, it’s doing great—but did you hear T.I.’s new song? And I’m like, what new song?! And it turns out to be “Stay”.

Lastly, she touches on whether or not their music will affect their actual relationship.

Will our music affect our real-life relationship? I really don’t know. I mean if it does, I hope it’s in a good way. Hopefully, it works out in our favor in the end. All I know is that I’m working on it. We’re working on it.”

Devious & Kevin Gates collaborate on ‘You Sleep Out Here’ single

Saturday, July 12th, 2014
"You Sleep Out Here" will be available on iTunes July 15th

“You Sleep Out Here” will be available on iTunes July 15th

Longevity and success are the goals of any acknowledged musician. Rapper, best-selling songwriter, creator, educator, and hip hop architect Devious has most certainly achieved those goals.

Devious helped to create New Orleans hip hop music through a series of steps, most notably the fact that he began his career when he was a mere pre-teen. After decades of a pilgrimage of sorts, it culminated in him being awarded ASCAP Songwriter of the Year, a proud honor that only a handful of artists can claim.

Devious’ work with youth to create positive outlets where they can express themselves and showcase their talent has only added to his resume. He created the New Orleans Union of Entertainment, a successful organization that helped shine a light on the city’s underground talent. He eventually added a youth chapter where teens and others can take part in brainstorming, networking, sharing entertainment ideas, and much more. In addition, his music has also taken a turn toward positivity and inspiring others, most importantly, our youth.

Devious’ recent collaboration with international superstar Kevin Gates is set to unleash a stream of consciousness and create a positive and thought provoking single,” You Sleep Out Here”. The single will be available on iTunes on July 15th. It is produced by award winning New Orleans based producer, BlaqNMild.

Kevin Gates

Kevin Gates

We wanted to know more about this epic collaboration – we caught up with Devious to get his take on it. Here’s what he had to say, “Kevin is an intelligent guy and his work ethic speaks volumes. My cousin Eddreon who lives in Baton Rouge, made me aware of him two years ago and suggested that we collaborate. Based on my cousin’s referral, his team responded to me. After a few months of Gates being unavailable, his team reached out to me. Cise made a hot mixtape record for me and I felt Gates fit the track. BlaqNMild produced the iTunes version. Kevin is down to earth and his team is very accountable. Out of respect for his craft and success, we wanted to add to his movement versus just grabbing a feature to bandwagon his buzz. Cise and I have been creating instrumental songs and submitting them to major labels for placement. I think it bridges the gap between my audience and his. I wanted to do something special to reach the youth and show Louisiana that we really work together regardless of status or label affiliation. I reached out to BlaqNMild because I wanted people to hear his skill set on a hip hop composition. He’s extremely talented and diverse. It all worked out and the stars lined up for all of us on this record. It’s a gumbo mix for sure.”


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(VIDEO) Young Gabe in ‘That’s Daddy Money’

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

Single Daddy Money
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Executive Produced by: Charles “Big Boy” Temple
Written by Gabe Washington, Charles Temple
Music by: Niyo
Master Mixed by: CiseHD

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(VIDEO) The Rap Pack – ‘Black Women’ featuring Keith Jacobs

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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The Rap Pack “Black Women” ft. Keith Jacobs

From their debut EP “When The Levees Spoke”…

HULKent Presents
The Rap Pack Ft. Keith Jacobs
“Black Women”…

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(NEW HEAT) Boobe featuring Juicy J – ‘White B*****’ (VIDEO)

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013


@onewayboobe delivers yet another radio smash hit WHITE BITCHES, Featuring Juicy J (@therealjuicyj. Boobe has had the streets of Washington DC on LOCK for sometime now, and shows no sign of him slowing down. Be sure to buy the record on ITUNES, and follow and support him on Twitter/Instagram: @ONEWAYBOOBE

Video Directed by: Alex Acosta (@alezzyworld) 917-609-9708

Download Itunes link


Friday, November 30th, 2012

OnPoint Productions presents MashOUT: Hosted by jusCookie w/ DJ RQ Away providing the vibe.

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MashOut is a monthly kickass eclectic event with a mix of bands, artists, genres, styles, and techniques. This month will have performances by: Raw Revolution, Atomic Farmhouse, Marz The Superior, Moose Harris, Heata Best, The Show & Bronco, and DeepNSpace.

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Virus Could Cause Internet Service Disruptions Monday

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

If you suddenly lose access to the Internet on Monday, don’t panic: it doesn’t mean that your PC has recently been infected with a virus or anything.

It just means that your PC was infected with a virus a long time ago, and the FBI has been helping to keep your infected PC online all this time.

Here’s what happened: A criminal enterprise created and unleashed a piece of malware called DNSChanger. In broad strokes, it interferes with all of your online activity by invisibly redirecting your Internet service to use the crime syndicate’s own set of domain name servers.

A domain name server is the trusted address book for every computer on the Internet. You ask the Web browser on your PC to take you to Your PC’s Internet service contacts a DNS, which tells your PC the numerical address of the Sun-Times’ web server, and then your web browser connects to that physical web server and opens the page.

DNSChanger forces an infected PC to use the criminals’ fraudulent DNS. As you can imagine, a fake DNS is like a fake phone book; it can trick your PC into going damned near anywhere without your ever being aware. It appears that the main scheme of DNSChanger was to redirect ad traffic and search results to sites that earned money for the scammers via referral links. But it also pulled worse tricks, such as re-routing URLs for Netflix, iTunes, and even the IRS to unrelated sites where the syndicate could reap kickbacks from established referral networks. The malware netted the enterprise more than $14M before it was shut down in October by the FBI and international law enforcement.

It’s a PC virus, but it can also modify the settings of your broadband router to use the rogue DNS so that the browser traffic of every computer and device on your network would be affected . . . including Macs, tablets, and phones.

Because DNSChanger infected so many computers — the FBI estimates half a million infections in the U.S. and about 4 million worldwide — and infected computers can only access the Internet through the criminals’ domain name servers, law enforcement decided to temporarily replace the criminals’ rogue domain name servers with legitimate ones, to keep those millions of users (many of which were inside government agencies such as NASA) online.

Video Games Tidbits

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

The world of internet video game news has been extremely slow lately. Not good for a video game journalist like myself, so the following are some stories that don’t warrant a full article but also don’t deserve to go unnoticed.

Ubisoft announced that they are currently developing Ghost Recon Commander for facebook scheduled for release this spring.

Bethesda has announced an update for the 360 version of Skyrim. It will include Kinect support that will allow you to actually scream your shouts to use them.

Activision is releasing Skylanders as an app for the apple market. Skylanders Cloud Patrol will be arcade shooter, it’s out now and is $0.99

Criterion Games has released Burnout Crash on iTunes for $4.99. Crash is a simplified version of the Burnout series’ popular minigame of the same name. The goal is to simply cause as much damage and mayhem as you can with one car.

Playdead has officially released Limbo on the Mac Apple Store for $9.99. Limbo is a dark sidescrolling platformer where the player is stuck in limbo and is on a mission to find a way out. This title had reviewer raving with it first came out and is a solid title for any gamers arsenal.

Angry Birds Space reaches 10 million downloads in only 3 days

Monday, March 26th, 2012

If you spent a significant portion of your weekend hurling birds through space, you aren’t alone: On Monday, Rovio tweeted that its new game Angry Birds Space has been downloaded 10 million times in just three days.

“I can’t think of another app that has done this well, especially when you consider that they only have a paid version available in the iTunes App Store,” said Peter Farago, vice president of marketing at the mobile analytics firm Flurry. “The closest success story I can think of is OMGPOP’s Draw Something, which racked up 20 million total downloads in five weeks.”

Rovio released Angry Birds on Thursday on Apple iOS, Google Android, PC and Mac simultaneously.

The company, which has plans to open Angry Birds theme parks in Finland and England and has developed a line of Angry Birds plush toys and apparel, approached the release of its latest game with a marketing gusto usually reserved for major movie and video game releases. It arranged marketing tie-ins from Walmart, NASA, T-Mobile, National Geographic and MTV.

Rovio introduced Angry Birds, its silly catapulting game, in 2009. Before the release of Angry Birds Space, Rovio had seen other iterations of its game downloaded more than 500 million times in three years.

Angry Birds Space is clearly off to a great start, but there were a few hiccups with this latest release.

Although the game generally has been praised by reviewers, conversations on the official Angry Birds Twitter feed indicate that there have been some problems with the game crashing on fourth-generation iPod Touch.

Rovio said it is working on a fix.