MUSIC PREMIER: CELEBRITY CRUSH BY SAVVY K(@SAVVYK_OFFICIAL)


Savvy K drop his most anticipated single.  "Celebrity Crush" has been one of the most talked about UNRELEASED song of the month November.  
Savvy K is a promising  ACTS, hitting us with more of his tracks.  
Enjoy "celebrity Crush" mixed n mastered by Undisputed HighBee. 


MUSIC PREMIER: Ability – Happen To Anybody | @creationcharles

Daniel Egbunu aka Ability is a song writer, music producer and Afro pop singer. He is currently signed to Slize entertainment . Ability’s new single “Happen To Anybody” is a song that will inspire the world.

MUSIC PREMIER: LIL FRIZZY(@LILFRIZZYOFFICIAL) - LORD KNOWS

After the successful  release of CONVERSATION MADE which made waves on top blogs/websites and climbed the top10 charts on SEEPMUZIK.COM. Lil Frizzy aka the king of the east is here with a mind blowing song titled LORD KNOWS, this is a song which you will surely have on replay after listening to it, so with no further noise kindly download, listen, share and keep a comment.

Psychopaths Like to Bump Justin Bieber and Eminem Songs??

 Justin Bieber
Despite what you may have heard, being a total psychopath apparently has a few benefits. Namely, potential psychopathy may result in more spins of Justin Bieber's arguably perfect 2015 hit "What Do You Mean."
As the Washington Post reported without even a hint of levity, New York University researchers recently asked psychology students to fill out a questionnaire that rated their psychopathy level. The presumably fun questionnaire is stacked with lovely quotables like "Love is overrated" and "For me what's right is whatever I can get away with," which kinda sound like lyrics anyway.
The students were then asked to peruse a "wide range of musical selections," spanning vintage classics to more recent Billboard hits. Participants rated each song on a seven-point scale. Using these ratings, researchers looked for correlations between the students' musical preferences and psychopathy questionnaire results. Researchers also asked other students to spin the tracks with the highest psychopathy scale correlations, creating a new rating.
Bieber's aforementioned "What Do You Mean," Eminem's "Lose Yourself," and Blackstreet's "No Diggity" were among the tracks with the highest psychopathy scale correlation. Tracks with the lowest correlation included Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing" and the Knack's still ubiquitous 1979 barn burner "My Sharona."
Originally, researchers had a hypothesis about psychopaths possibly being fond of songs with no lyrics. The results of the study, presented at this year’s Society for Neuroscience event, strongly suggest that isn't the case. They also strongly suggest that I'm going to have spaghetti tonight.

Meek Mill Judge Reportedly Let Him Meet With Convicted Felon

Genece Brinkley, the Philadelphia judge who’s sending Meek Mill to prison for parole violation, reportedly allowed the rapper to work with a convicted felon several years ago. According to a 2014 transcript obtained by TMZ, Meek’s then-attorney Gary Silver and prosecutor Noel DeSantis discussed the terms of Meek’s probation and the exception made by Brinkley.
The court: "Okay. The other thing that was raised that I have to address is this issue about him signing parole papers, probation papers that he's not going to be around convicted felons ... and the rules of probation state he can't be around convicted felons."
DeSantis: "Your Honor, [Meek]'s not supposed to be around anyone who is under supervision and be around known felons. Your Honor made an exception back in the day with the management to [Charlie Mack]. That was the only exception that you made."
Mack pleaded guilty in 1997 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. He served a 60-month sentence.
The FBI is reportedly investigating Brinkley’s alleged relationship with Mack and whether or not she tried to use her authority to persuade Meek’s business decisions.
"The feds have an interest in the judge and [her] potential relationships. This is an investigation looking into a possible extortionate demand," a source told Page Six. "Undercover agents have been in the courtroom monitoring the Meek proceedings since April 2016 […] Mack had previously told Meek how he 'knows the judge and he could help him with his case.'"
Mack insisted he had no strong ties to the judge.
"I’ve spent more time talking to you than I ever talked to the judge," he told Page Six. "There is no conspiracy, Meek is an old friend of 30-plus years."
The FBI has neither confirmed nor denied that Brinkley is being investigating.
"Per [Justice Department] policy, we neither confirm nor deny the existence of investigations," a representative for the FBI Philly field office said.

Kendrick Lamar Admits He Truly Got Inspired to Pursue Rap After He Made a 'Terrible Ass Song

Forbes' 30 Under 30 lists came out on Tuesday and, to go along with it, the magazine released the transcript of an interview that senior editor Zack O'Malley Greenburg conducted with Kendrick Lamar back in October at the magazine's 30 Under 30 Summit.
The interview, which will appear in the magazine's Dec. 12 issue, but which you can read in its entirety here, was a wide-ranging look into Kendrick's artistic and (this is Forbes, after all) business concerns.
A highlight, even more than Lamar remembering his earliest exposure to hip-hop (Big Daddy Kane being played in the car when a newborn Kendrick was on his way home from the hospital) or sharing that he started rapping when he was just eight years old, was realizing that he actually discovered that hip-hop was going to be his life in a particularly low moment, after he had just finished making a terrible song (and no, he didn't say which one).
"I wasn't aware that that was my highest point because I got back in there and I did it all over again, and continued to push through," he told Greenburg. "That's when I realized I really wanna do this, because I ain't give up when I made a terrible ass song."
Lamar opened up about what he learned from Dr. Dre, how he wants people to refer to the last POTUS as "Big Barack," and which X-Clan song his dad really liked (this one). He also opened up about what he wants out of his corporate partnerships.
"I promised myself any type of venture or partnership I'm doing with a brand, I have to have ... 100% creative control on how I want the proceeds to go, and the look and the creative process, and actually what it's saying, rather than just putting a name and a price tag on it," he explained. "Because, at the end of the day, you want something that's further than the right now and the moment."
You can check out the whole interview over at Forbes.

 

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Blac Chyna Gets Serious About Her New Career as a Rapper


Blac Chyna Discusses Her New Career as a Rapper



Chyna is tight-lipped about the producers and collaborations she's already locked down in the studio, but does reveal she's been busy in the booth recording. Don't expect her music to be littered with hardcore material; according to her, it's all about a vibe that will feature her both singing and rapping. "I just wanna blow they socks off," she states. With names like Jennifer Lopez, Spice Girls and Linkin Park as early influences growing up and JAY-Z, DMX, Drake and Lil Wayne as the rappers she's been listening to for years, her first official song could go in any direction.
"I want to make music that reflects me and what's going on at that present time," Blac Chyna shares. "You know, It's kinda like a movie how I'm looking at it. So, if this is happening right now I want to speak on it right then and there, you know. But at the same time, I still want it to be timeless to where as though, not like telling my whole business, but if I'm going through something the same person is probably going through the same thing. So, I want them to feel like, 'Damn, if she's going through this and I'm going through this it's not that bad.'"
She aims to release her first song before 2017 comes to a close and hopes to get in the studio with Rihanna, Migos, French Montana, Trey Songz and Gwen Stefani in the future. Labels are already calling. Chyna's decision to sign with a record label or stay independent is weighing on her, but there's no rush to sign the dotted line right now. Behind her captivating smile, it's apparent this business savvy risk-taker has got something else on her mind.
"My fears going into this are for people not to take me serious," she admits. "Of course people are gonna talk—good, bad, whatnot. I would just like to say to anybody that is for or against [my rap career], just keep an open eye, an open heart and an open ear."

Chyna is tight-lipped about the producers and collaborations she's already locked down in the studio, but does reveal she's been busy in the booth recording. Don't expect her music to be littered with hardcore material; according to her, it's all about a vibe that will feature her both singing and rapping. "I just wanna blow they socks off," she states. With names like Jennifer Lopez, Spice Girls and Linkin Park as early influences growing up and JAY-Z, DMX, Drake and Lil Wayne as the rappers she's been listening to for years, her first official song could go in any direction.
"I want to make music that reflects me and what's going on at that present time," Blac Chyna shares. "You know, It's kinda like a movie how I'm looking at it. So, if this is happening right now I want to speak on it right then and there, you know. But at the same time, I still want it to be timeless to where as though, not like telling my whole business, but if I'm going through something the same person is probably going through the same thing. So, I want them to feel like, 'Damn, if she's going through this and I'm going through this it's not that bad.'"
She aims to release her first song before 2017 comes to a close and hopes to get in the studio with Rihanna, Migos, French Montana, Trey Songz and Gwen Stefani in the future. Labels are already calling. Chyna's decision to sign with a record label or stay independent is weighing on her, but there's no rush to sign the dotted line right now. Behind her captivating smile, it's apparent this business savvy risk-taker has got something else on her mind.
"My fears going into this are for people not to take me serious," she admits. "Of course people are gonna talk—good, bad, whatnot. I would just like to say to anybody that is for or against [my rap career], just keep an open eye, an open heart and an open ear."

Young Thug Wants to Take Another Shot at Dating His Ex Jerrika Karlae


 
Young Thug's ex-fiancee Jerrika Karlae appeared to have ended things with Thugger in October when she accused the rapper of cheating on her. But now, the Super Slimey rapper is ready to get his ex back.
On Sunday (Nov. 12), Jerrika sent out a tweet that may or may not have been directed at Thugger. "You can search inside a million souls, and they still ain't gone give you the feeling I do💕," she wrote. Just 10 minutes later, the rapper quickly responded to his ex, writing, "And that's the reason we should try again 💕💕."
A few hours later, Thug then tweeted the thinking emoji and sent out a few tweets that implied he had been hacked. "Who got my fucking password????" he wrote. "With cha smart asses...." As for Jerrika's response to the rappers tweet, she only wrote, "*flips hair at hoes*."
In October, responding to allegations of cheating, Thugger wrote on Instagram, "Y cheat when u can creep." The rapper also made headlines when he sent out a threatening tweet to Jerrika. After she tweeted that she was "definitely back on the market," Thugger responded, "What market? Bitch u gon die."
Last month, Thug teamed up with Future to drop the mixtape Super Slimey. The 13-track project features production from Southside, London on Da Track, Mike WiLL Made-It, TM88 and includes a guest feature from Offset.