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Shanell Talks The Beginning Of Young Money, Her Debut Album & Re-Releasing “My Button”

February 6, 2016 by Danny M


Shanell Talks The Beginning Of Young Money, Her Debut Album & Re-Releasing My Button

Carrying on with her interview with DJ Smallz, Shanell spoke on being an original member of the Young Money Entertainment record label, as well as what the status of her debut studio album is.

SnL discussed the early days on Young Mula when Lil Wayne first had the idea to start up the label and group, why her debut album that she says is currently untitled has been delayed for so long, re-releasing “My Button“, and more.

You can watch the conversation after the jump below!


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First Week Sales For Nicki Minaj’s “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up” Album

November 28, 2012 by Danny M


First Week Sales For Nicki Minaj Pink Friday Roman Reloaded The Re-Up Album

The first week numbers for Nicki Minaj‘s Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up album are in! According to HDD, the Barbie has sold 34,501 copies of her new album since it was released on November 19th.

If you were expecting bigger numbers, then don’t forget that this project is only a re-release of Minaj‘s previous album and a lot of stores have not been selling it, such as her biggest retailers Target and Walmart.

You can cop Nicki Minaj‘s Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up album here from iTunes or here from Amazon, if you haven’t already done so!

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Nicki Minaj Announces New Album Dropping In November, First Single Coming Soon

September 7, 2012 by Danny M


Above, Nicki Minaj chats to E! News on the red carpet at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards about the outfit she was wearing that Donatella Versace created for her, if she will be a judge on American Idol, and her upcoming projects.

The Barbie announces that she will re-release her album in November called Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up, which will include new songs and the first single from the project will be dropping next week!

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Drake – Fear [Full/CDQ]

September 5, 2009 by Danny M


Drake - Fear

Here is the full version to Drake‘s record “Fear” which will be on the re-release of So Far Gone that is in stores September 15th! You can listen and download the song below:

Download: Drake – Fear [Full/CDQ]

So what do you think ❓

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Drake – Fear [Snippet]

September 4, 2009 by Danny M


Drake - Fear Snippet

Anyone remember Drake talking about that “Fear” track he has recorded for the re-release of his So Far Gone EP coming September 15? Well, it has now leaked as a snippet via Amazon and he also said that the very last line of this joint will be the very first line on his debut album, Thank Me Later. You can download the snippet below:

Download: Drake – Fear Snippet (zShare is down)

I hate snippets 🙁

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Drake’s Interview With DJ Drama On Gangsta Grillz Radio

August 28, 2009 by Danny M


Drake's Interview With DJ Drama On Gangsta Grillz Radio

Yesterday, Hip-Hop’s rookie of the year phoned in DJ Drama’s Gangsta Grillz Radio on Hot 107.9 where they spoke about “Forever”, the re-release of So Far Gone, his deal, and wanting to work with Sade and Andre 3000 for his album, Thank Me Later.

Enjoy 8)

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Drake To Re-Release So Far Gone To Retail [Video]

August 14, 2009 by Danny M


Drizzy talks about reworking his breakout mixtape for retail release.

Via MTV Mixtape Daily:

While on the Toronto set for his forthcoming “Successful” video, he revealed to MTV News exclusively that he’ll be re-releasing So Far Gone to retail outlets on September 15.

According to Drake, the revamped project will feature most of the familiar tracks that have powered his rise, from the Trey Songz and Lil Wayne-backed “Successful” to his hit “Best I Ever Had.”

But there will be a new record, “Fear,” added to the track list. The never-before-heard song will be tacked on to the end of So Far Gone and will serve as the transition from his mixtape to Thank Me Later.

According to Drake, the last line of “Fear” will be the first line heard on his debut.

“I did this song that no one has ever heard before, ever,” he explained. “[It’s] a song called ‘Fear.’ I recorded it when I did So Far Gone — the first verse and half of the second verse I had gotten through. But then I just stopped because it was getting eerie. It was getting where I didn’t know if I could [finish it]. And then the other night I had a moment and I finished the song. That’s gonna be the last song on the retail [version of] So Far Gone. And the third verse transitions into Thank Me Later. So the last line of the third verse is gonna be the first line on my album.”

When Drake first created So Far Gone, he said knowing it was a mixtape as opposed to an album fostered a more relaxed creative environment. He said the project wasn’t intended for retail. Now, because of his success, it’s made it easier for him to rework the mixtape.

“I don’t ever look at it and say, ‘I wish that was an album,’ ” he said earlier this year of So Far Gone. “It was important that that was a mixtape, ’cause if it was an album, I don’t know if it would’ve had the same impact. You know, I think the fact that I gave that for free, it was kind of brazen, like, ‘What?’ Like, ‘What do you have in your collection, in your catalog, to be able to throw this out there?’ And just while we were creating it, it was all of us, you know — me, 40, Oliver and everyone else involved — it was us just having fun in a stress-free environment because we knew we were going to give it away.”

Although Drake has been sidelined as of late after he re-injured his knee while on Young Money Presents: The America’s Most Wanted Music Festival, he’s feeling upbeat these days. So Far Gone presented a dark and moody collection of tracks, but with the finish of “Fear,” Drake said he’s now cleansed himself of the emotion of that time period.

“In that [new] verse I describe exactly how I’m feeling,” he explained. “I’m happy today. … I just feel like [now] I’m breathing a little deeper. The day is moving calm. There’s no tension. I feel like I cleansed myself of a lot of emotion that has been building up inside of me. I got it all out.”

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