A new rap version will, no doubt, help keep that momentum going. Kid Ink, Ty Dolla $ign and Travis Barker jump on the remix — shifting the focus of the song from the overprotective father to the object of Nasri’s affection. It’s interesting experiment but I think I’ll stick with the original. Anyway, make up your own mind after the jump. More »
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“Rude” is really giving Iggy Azalea‘s “Fancy” a run for its money in the race for song of the summer glory. The reggae-tinged debut single from super-producer Nasri‘s side project (turned main priority) just racked up its third week at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and doesn’t appear to be going anywhere soon.MAGIC!‘s
“Cudi The Kid”. Everyone else — you’re in for a psychedelic treat! Three youngin’s stand in for our trio (though Aoki and Barker appear in other mind-bending parts of the clip) as they ride bikes and seek adventure in suburbia. Lots of unsettling imagery awaits you below — hope you don’t mind the sky staring at you, because this town’s view comes with two frightening eyes overlooking everything. More »If you’re terrified of clowns, nuns or hallucinogenic experiences, you may want to stay far, far from Steve Aoki, Kid Cudi and Travis Barker’s video for
David Guetta isn’t the only DJ/producer teaming up with some big acts to bring Euro dance beats here to the US. Steve Aoki will release Wonderland in early 2012, and the record scratcher tapped WZRD man Kid Cudi for the appropriately named album cut “Cudi The Kid” (which also features Travis Barker on drums). For Cudi fans who have a predilection for hallucinogens or mind-altering experiences (though the rapper is now drug-free, we assume there’s still a handful of you out there), this ravey track should suit you just fine. Hop below to hear it. More »
sober rocker (check out his newest rock offering “Perfect Is The Word” here), we can’t blame you for wanting a little bit more of the Cudder of yesterday. Feast your eyes on the previously unreleased video for “Marijuana”, a track from his last album, Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager, in which Cudi and friends take a pilgrimage to pot HQ, Amsterdam. Weirdly enough, the clip was directed, shot and edited by Shia LaBeouf, otherwise known as the only human in the Transformers movies (including Megan Fox). Watch below, and see if you can spot cameos by Travis Barker and David Guetta somewhere in the haze of smoke! More »If you’re still skeptical about Kid Cudi’s new personality switch from tokin’ rapper to
Drum whiz Travis Barker has been amping up his hip hop cred by recording with Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Game and Swizz Beatz, and by joining the roster of Weezy’s I Am Music II tour. Now he’s gone and taken a stab at remixing Kanye West and Jay-Z’s angry Watch The Throne single “H.A.M.” Give the rocked-out version of the rap joint a listen below.
Rolling Stone cover guy Lil Wayne is taking his music to the streets on a 25-city trek this spring. The I Am Music II tour kicks off on March 18 at Buffalo’s HSBC Arena and wraps up on April 29 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. Also on the bill: Wayne’s out-of-this-world protege Nicki Minaj, Teflon Don rapper Rick Ross, Mixmaster Mike and Travis Barker, who’s new single “Can A Drummer Get Some” features Weezy and Ross. Check the tour dates below.Young Money MC/