Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Vanessa Elisha. The Australian native just released the second single off her upcoming debut EP. Enjoy!
In the last 8 weeks, singer/songwriter Vanessa Elisha, has gone from self proclaimed "unlikely R&B star" to 2013's one to watch. Thanks to support from several hundred blogs, her debut release, "Blur" found its way onto playlists and iphones across the world, with the self-edited video teaser amassing over 40,000 views. Reuniting with production partner Jrdn Gxnius, "Home to me" is a worthy follow up; a relatable story of heartbreak and yearning for change. With the video of "Home to Me" set to be released March 4th and her debut EP to follow shortly, Vanessa Elisha will continue her journey as both an artist and writer, finding her audience one blog at at time.
Produced by Chris Calor. "Public Enemy #3" coming soon.
Tyler's new album "Wolf" is set to drop April 2nd.
Curren$y catches up with AllHipHop.com at The Archives in Florida, where he talks about his new mixtape "New Jet City" being an advertisement for his upcoming album. Curren$y also shares his thoughts on C-Murder losing his last appeal to avoid spending life in prison. Interview by Mikey T The Movie Star.
Previously: Curren$y – Living For The City [Video]
Too Short shares his thoughts on Coco and AP.9's alleged cheating scandal, revealing that he doesn't think that there's an adult tape of the two. Too Short also explains what he would do if he were in Ice-T's shoes and his spouse cheated on him.
Rosenberg kicks the realness on why Kendrick is one of the greatest in this generation. Catch the Realness on Hot 97 weekdays at 7:20am and 8:20am.
Here goes another clip of 50 Cent & Kendrick performing "We Up" at Roseland Ballroom in NYC.
Wondering where the comradely is between the two following their multiple bouts of radio beef over the last few years? Check out the video above to see what Charlamange has to say when the mic is flipped on him.