Da Brat Remixes Iggy’s ‘Fancy’

Da BratIggy


Da Brat Remixes Iggy’s ‘Fancy’

Errffin Luv Da Brat.

From L.A. to Tokyo to ATL, Da Brat comes through with her remix to Iggy Azalea’s New Classic hit “Fancy.” So So Def’s First Lady keeps it ‘hood with her rapid-fire rhymes and co-signs the Aussie rapper.

“I just wanna blow up spots, but I fucks with Iggy, Iggy, Iggy / She hot, I don’t stop,” she raps.

After hearing the remix, Iggy responded, “I love da brat! Happy you did something to fancy. You’re a true original.”

Hear Da Brat-tat-tat flow over “Fancy.”

WHATs Everyone Think!?!! I don’t know bout you but, Iggys Gots it goin’ on & Da Brat-tat-tat. What MORE Can I Say, one of my Top Faves.



New Frank Ocean Music is on Thee Way

FrnkOcean     frankoceantumblr

Frank’s been pretty quiet after his 2012 Grammy Award win for his debut album, Channel Orange. And really, fans just want to know what’s up and when to expect some new music from the Odd Future singer. He left fans a little hopeful after posting a picture (seen above) on his Tumblr last month of him in the studio. There was no caption but celebrity photographer Nabil uploaded the same picture captioned: “Frank in the lab..Making sophomore album game.” In February 2013 the “Swim Good” artist revealed to Rolling Stone that he’s already about 10 or 11 songs into his next project. Frank also revealed that his new album picks up right where Channel Orange leaves off. The album will reportedly drop this summer, we’ll keep our fingers crossed for this one.


E-40 releasing 4 Albums This Year

E-40 has announced that he will release four new albums, collectively called “Sharp On All 4 Corners,” this year.E-40 has announced plans to release four new albums, collectively called Sharp On All 4 Corners, July 15, 2014.

The four albums, E-40 says, will be divided as such: “Corner 1, 2, 3 & 4,” according to a press release and an Instagram post.

In 2011, E-40 spoke with HipHopDX about his ability to release more music than many other rappers. “I always have been productive,” 40 said at the time. “Now I have the opportunity to release as many albums as I want in a year because I’m independent. I always wanted to do this. I wanted to do two or three albums in a year when I was on a major label. I got so much good music and at the end of the day, I don’t like throwing away nothing. I just feel everything I do is great. So it’s a perfect opportunity right now. This is more income and it’s a better way to get everything that I want to say out there. I’m just building up the catalog, man. A brand new catalog.”

At the time, 40 was also asked if he was concerned about overwhelming people with the amount of music he was making. “I’m really not,” he said. “That’s the furthest from my mind. Things get old quick nowadays. Time flies quicker than it used to. People’s patience is not there like that. They get tired of something real quick. That’s why I’ma keep hitting them in the face nonstop. All gas, no brake pads. There really ain’t enough hours in the day to get what I need done.”

In 2012, E-40 released three albums on the same day, The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil 1, 2and 3. That year, he addressed his plans to release multiple albums in a short time span.

“I got this thing, man, laid the groundwork and drew the blueprint for the independent music label entrepreneur years ago,” he said at the time. “The numbers prove my old school tactics make new school dollars. For the past two years they thought it was crazy for me to release two albums at the same time just like we did back in the day. Again, I proved them wrong.”