Scroll to the Instagram video to listen to Flavor Flav’s new autotune song!
Hip Hop Early reports that hip-hop legend, Flavor Flav recently made an appearance on The Eric Andre Show. The Adult Swim series premiered in 2012. It’s hosted by Eric along with comedian Hannibal Buress. At one point during his appearance, the rapper, whose real name is William Drayton, Jr. actually seemed upset with Eric.
According to Pitchfork, at the end of the segment, Hannibal kicks the rapper in the face. It’s obvious that the kick was edited but that didn’t keep Flav from commenting on the clip. In the Facebook post below the 57-year-old explains that the kick was edited. They should have informed the former Public Enemy member before airing the clip.
Check out the rapper’s appearance on the show below:
Do you think Eric Andre should have informed Flav before editing the footage? Or do you think the rapper is overreacting?
Flavor Flav New Song Autotune
Someone gave the New York native access to autotune and he hasn’t been the same since. We were over autotune after T-Pain used it to rise to fame. Kanye West uses it every once in a while but he’s a musical genius so he gets an easy pass. Flav, on the other hand, is passed his prime and we don’t understand why he is ruining his legacy.
Dave East’s baby mama is Millie Colon. The couple welcomed a beautiful baby girl, Kairi Chanel Brewster, on Wednesday, March 8, 2016. If the name sounds familiar it’s because the rapper named his new mixtape Kairi Chanel after his beautiful daughter. Last month, the New York rapper signed with Def Jam Recordings.
Millie is East’s longtime girlfriend who has called the rapper out on social media. When she’s not happy with him she doesn’t hesitate to share her feelings with the world. Her harsh words led her to delete her previous Instagram account. The couple recently celebrated Millie’s birthday, and according to the image below, they had a very good time.
Dave East Baby Mama
The rapper was born David Brewster Jr. on June 3, 1988 and is currently 28-years-old. In 2014, he signed to Nas’ label, Mass Appeal Records. He grew up in East Harlem, New York similar to some of hip-hop’s greatest artists of all-time. Let’s take a look at some of the rapper who paved the way for Dave.
One of the greatest rapper of all-time, Tupac Shakur, was born in East Harlem on June 16, 1971. The former leader of Dipset, Cam’ron represents the Upper Manhattan neighborhood as well. One of hip-hop’s newest leaders A$AP Rocky was born in Harlem on October 3, 1988. It’s Dave East’s turn! Do you think he’ll be able to bring New York hip-hop back?
According to the lyrics, the title of the track will most be “On One.” The 30-year-old rapper is seen performing the track at Village Studios in West Los Angeles, California. After delivering the first few bars, Willie shows up at the studio so Fizz takes a break to offer him some advice. Willie is still trying to fix his relationship with his wife, Shanda.
Lil Fizz On One New Song
Willie lets the rapper know that his new track sound great and then starts discussing his broken marriage. Willie cheated on his wife with Kyesha Shalina, an old friend from his hometown, Chicago. Willie explains that Fizz is the only person that he has spoken to about the situation because he is embarrassed about his mistake.
Fizz asks Willie if his children know about the situation. Willie explains that he knows his kids are wondering why mommy and daddy aren’t acting normal and Fizz advises him to remind his wife how much he loves her.
#BBD or #BDD is the hashtag for Moniece’s new song “Bad Bitches Do”! Scroll to the video below for a preview of the track.
On Love and Hip Hop Hollywood season 3, episode 8, “Forgive or Forget” Moniece Slaughter introduces her new song, “Bad Bitches Do.” The track sounds great and features the reality star showing off her unique personality and confidence. The episode shows her rehearsing to the song at the Basement of NoHo in North Hollywood, California.
Fetty Wap’s baby momma, Masika Kalysha interrupts Moniece’s rehearsal. Masika tells Moniece that she likes her new song. Masika then tells Slaughter about a recent incident she had involving Max B and his wife Brandi. When Masika and Max were working on a song, Brandi interrupted their studio session.
Moniece Slaughter New Song Bad Bitches Do BDD
Masika explains that Brandi entered the studio like a wrecking ball. That’s when Slaughter reminds us how crazy she is. Although Moniece is sorry to hear about Brandi ruining Masika’s studio session with Max she is happy that it happened because she wants to join forces with Masika to get revenge on Brandi.
Moniece reveals that Max slept with a Becky and Brandi found out. Brandi aka the “Rabbit Chihuahua” showed up at the Becky’s apartment and climbs in through a window. Moniece wants to get the police report from the incident to expose Brandi for being cheated on by Max. Slaughter plans to invite Brandi to her listening party to call her out about the incident. We guess that’s what “Bad Bitches Do”!
Netflix’s web television series, Marvel’s Luke Cage has featured numerous talented musical guests and this article will discuss each one. Empire provided the blueprint on using music to make a show undeniable and Luke Cage has done a great job following it. There’s nothing better than the musical performances at Harlem’s Paradise.
The show’s writers do a wonderful job using the music to bring the action scenes to live. Some of the talented artists that have made appearances on the series include Raphael Saadiq, Faith Evans, Charles Bradley, The Delfonics, Method Man and Jidenna.
Luke Cage Musical Guests
Raphael Saadiq performs “Good Man” and “Angel”
In the show’s premiere episode, Raphael Saadiq performs his 2011 track, “Good Man.” The soulful song is about betrayal. Saadiq delivers lyrics about a man dealing with his partner’s cheating.
The singer also performs “Angel” which hasn’t appeared on any of his previous albums:
Faith Evans performs “Mesmerized”
On episode 2 of season 1, “Code of the Streets” Faith Evans performs her song “Mesmerized.” The track appeared on her 2005 album The First Lady and features a 1960s-vibe.
Charles Bradley performs “Ain’t A Sin”
On episode 3, “Who’s Gonna Take The Weight” Charles Bradley performs “Ain’t A Sin” which was written by the Menahan Street Band and Brian Profilio.
Jidenna performs “Long Live The Chief”
On episode 5, “Just To Get A Rep” Jidenna performs his song, “Long Live The Chief”:
Episode 5 also features Mahalia Jackson’s track “Trouble of the World”:
The Delfonics perform “Stop And Look And You Have Found Love”
In episode 9, “DWYCK” The Delfonics deliver their classic track “Stop And Look And You Have Found Love”:
Episode 10, “Now You’re Mine” featured Dusty Springfield’s song, “Son Of A Preacher Man”:
Method Man performs “Bulletproof Love”
In episode 12, “Soliloquy of Chaos” Method Man delivers his track “Bulletproof Love”:
Episode 12 also featured Ghostface Killah’s song “Blood On The Cobblestones”:
Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings perform “100 Days, 100 Nights”
In episode 13, “You Know My Steez” Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings perform “100 Days, 100 Nights”: