Watch: Up & Coming Artist Fvrthr Delivers His Best Bars at Sway In The Morning

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FVRTHR tears it up on Sway in the Morning‘s Friday Fire Cipher on SHADE 45.

Friday, August 12, FVRTHR took to the popular platform to chat with the morning crew about his latest project – GHB Regime, his song Must Be Nice featuring Fetty Wap, his life, influences, & more.

Fvrthr showed off his clever wordplay and melodic abilities; Sway said: “Writer, Singer, MC, you’re an all around entertainer I get it !!!” Check out the Sway in the Morning exclusive session with both Fvrthr & Issa Ali!

Check out Part 2 below:

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In case you missed it, check out FVRTHR song “Must Be Nice” featuring Fetty Wap.


Fly Interview: Le’Andria Johnson Talks New Album (Out Today!) & more

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Le’Andria Johnson recently stopped by SFPL TV to discuss her new project Bigger Than Me which is available on all music streaming platforms today, plus more!

Fun fact: Le’Andria also told us that she has so much love for Tupac Shakur as his lyrics and truthfulness inspired her in the early years while growing up.

Check out the full interview above.

Download ‘Bigger Than Me’ on iTunes HERE.


BJ The Chicago Kid is the Next Artist Featured in ‘PRIMED’ [Video]

Music Choice will feature Chicago rapper BJ The Chicago Kid in PRIMED, its new artist initiative, July 1-17, 2016. The robust programming initiative gives artists unprecedented access on Music Choice including exposure on the #1 Free Video On Demand network, on TV with Mediabase reported Music Channels and interactively with Music Choice Play.

BJ the Chicago Kid’s current single “Woman’s World” will be featured on Music Choice R&B Soul Music Channel. Additional tracks from his breakout album In My Mind will also appear on Music Choice Hip-Hop and R&B and ALT R&B Music Channels along with the Hip-Hop Video Channel. This episode of ‘PRIMED’ will appear across Music Choice’s entire national footprint including On Demand, Music Channels, and the Music Choice App.

To kick off the campaign, Music Choice will air a never before seen exclusive performance entitled ‘1 Mic 1 Take’ live from Capitol Studios filmed on location in Los Angeles.

Go To: Music Choice On Demand>PRIMED

Sneakers as a Kid:

“Man I remember tryna get school shoes as a kid. It was a set amount of money for me to get shoes with. You know clothes, you gon…you gon get what you get, but shoes you had this much money. So if you wanna add and add to this to get something better than what you know you can get with this, then you do so. *pointing to sneakers* My first pair of Jordan’s ever. These are my first pair of Jordan’s ever: The Olympic Jordans. I had a choice to get these or the Air Raid’s as a kid, and I ended up getting the Jordan’s. That’s crazy! A lot of things I couldn’t get when I was a kid. I buy what I love now. You know? Why why why wouldn’t um a young man that can do. I don’t go crazy, but I have my fun sometimes. You gotta reward yourself.”

Check out the clip above.

Street life in Chicago:

“Some of my friends are you know still in the street life in Chicago and other places I just keep ‘em in my prayers. Having friends that did whatever they did in the streets and me going to church and understanding what that life is like too. I feel like the knowledge of both is what keeps me alive to this day. To understand something doesn’t mean you have to do it. A lot of ‘em um when I was a kid, and I tried to do whatever I wanted to do They were like ‘B man you rock with us, but you know this ain’t for you man.’ You know what I mean? They were very honest…and I appreciate that because peer pressure can be a lot or just pressure that don’t they don’t even know they giving you as a kid you know it, it could be a lot on your decisions um those decisions can alter your life. I could definitely not be here. Easy…easy…easy.”

Peep the clip below.

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NBA Star Matt Barnes Stops By ‘Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored’, Clears Up All Rumors, Things Get Heated Between Melyssa Ford On-Air [Video]

NBA star Matt Barnes recently stopped by Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored to give his side of what really happened the night he found out about Derek Fisher and his ex-wife Gloria Govan were dating.

Matt also gives his own perspective on their relationship and how he felt it should have been handled. Things got a little heated between Matt Barnes and Melyssa Ford while on air, and Matt talks about his plans after basketball.

‘Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored’ is the key to celebrity news, fashion, music and insider exclusives. The weekly radio show airs every Monday at 3:00 pm PST on the Dash Radio App under T-Boz’s iCraft channel.

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The number one source of Hollywood News.







Fly Interview: Sammie: “I Will Always Be Sammie”, Talks Name Change, Prince, ‘INDIGO’ & more on SFPL TV

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Singer/Songwriter Sammie is back with new music and back to his original name (as stated) from Leigh Bush.

In the interview, the veteran talent discusses why he changed his name, new project INDIGO, his past hit records, wanting to work with Kehlani, social media, being a “mysterious” artist, Love & Hip-Hop Miami featuring Trina and Trick Daddy, and more.

About Prince, Sammie says:

He wore himself so confidently. No one can do what Prince did, and I think being FLY is that.

Make sure to streaming or download ‘INDIGO’ HERE.


Fly Interview: Ro James Talks ‘ELDORADO’, Style and more with SFPL TV

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We caught up with singer/songwriter Ro James just a few days before his official first album ELDORADO dropped via ByStorm/RCA Records. The “Permission” singer spoke more about the raving new project, his favorite artists, his style paired with fashion and much more.

James also talked about his journey through music and trying to learn himself as an artist; getting rid of shyness, and insecurities. Going through that process, molded him into the star that he is today.

Ro James is like family to SFPL, and can’t be more proud of his achievements!

Congrats Ro!

Be sure to cop ‘EL DORADO’ on iTunes and other streaming services.


Mary J. Blige Interviews Keke Palmer On ‘Real Talk’ at Beats 1 Radio [Video]

The talented young star, Keke Palmer stopped by Beats 1 Radio to talk with the one and only, Mary J. Blige on her radio show titled Real Talk.

In the interview clip, Keke talks with Mary about how she got her start, her book I Don’t Belong To You, shares auditioning tips, and more.

Check out the video above.

Also, watch Keke as she praises Mary about the influence she has on the industry:

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DJ Khaled Visits ‘The Angie Martinez Show’

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DJ Khaled stopped by The Angie Martinez Show just after the news broke about him being apart of Beyonce‘s The Formation World Tour. During the interview, the “Snapchat King” gave deets on when he got the call about the tour, being called to speak at The White House, a secret project in the works with Kim Kardashian, his upcoming album Major Key and much more.


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Watch: R. Kelly Sings The Story of His Life In 45 Minutes with GQ Magazine [Video]


R. Kelly always finds a new way to gives us a musical life experiences with different molds of storytelling. This time, the veteran R&B/Soul singer connects with GQ Magazine, sits in front of a camera with a plain white background, cigar in hand, and sings his whole life story all in 45 minutes.

In midst of song, he admits dealing with different life adversities, being shot, singing in front of McDonald’s, buying his first house, not being shamed about his past and much more.

Check it out below:

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The Word: Kevin Hart Chats With The Breakfast Club Discusses Upcoming Standup Special And Other Projects

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Kevin Hart stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club ahead of the release of his latest movie Ride Along 2, which hits theaters this Friday. The funny man discussed and shared his thoughts on Drake vs. Meek, his deal with Nike, his upcoming nuptials, new projects, his fashion faux pax while in Miami with Fabolous, and a slew of other things.

Hart’s friendship with both Drake in Meek Mill is well known, but rather then get caught up in the feud between his two pals the comedian’s chosen to remain neutral, and serve as a source of positivity.

“Here’s my take on the situation, and you know I’ve had conversations with both of them in the past. First and foremost it’s music. So nobody is going to be against a good back and forth between two musicians. I don’t mind that. You stay out of that as long as it doesn’t get stupid, and I’m glad that it didn’t get stupid. It didn’t get physical. But it’s about your music so ultimately, you should never lose sight of your music.”

Hart also shared the advice he gave to fellow Philly native Meek Mill.  

“At the end of the day, dude you’re Meek Mill now. You may not understand what that means, but other people do. That name holds a certain level of respect in a lot of different places. People support what you’ve built, people buy your albums. Get back to doing what you do in the studio, let that go. Drake is Drake. This can’t last that long, and go back and forth that’s not what you guys are about. That’s where I come in as a friend.”

It is no secret that the actor and comedian is extremely passionate about fitness, and overall maintaining a healthy lifestyle. From his #runwithhart movement with Nike that encourages fans across the country to join him on a 5k run, to his recent Nike sponsored high-intensity training camp in New York City, a sneaker with the prolific brand was bound to be in the works.

That day is closer than you think, the sneaker collaboration between Hart and Nike dubbed the ‘Hustle Harts’ is due out in April. The sneaker will be available in two colorways red and blue; which Hart revealed in the interview represent his son and daughter’s favorite colors. Hart also shared other details regarding his foray into sneaker design.

“It’s not a sneaker for fashion. I have a cross training sneaker. This is the first sneaker that’s basically built for everything. I run, jump, cut, I do lifting, I do it all. I got a sneaker that basically serves every purpose that I need in my workout realm. Listen, it’s a good shoe. “

The Philly native is more than happy about his partnership with the Nike brand.

“I personally think that my relationship with Nike is amazing. I’m with a company that understands my feeling, about bridging the gap between professional athlete and average individual that doesn’t understand that there’s an athlete in them.”

The family man also opened up about his fiancée Eniko Parrish and their upcoming nuptials. Hart refers to her as his rib and went on to explain that the bible term, is representative of something you cannot live without. Hart even went as far as to admit that he made plenty of mistakes in his first marriage, and that the then 22 year-old wasn’t ready to be married. However, now at 36 years-old he’s wiser and better understands what a successful marriage entails. He’s looking forward to his wedding now that he’s found a “good one” in Parrish and is excited about his son being his best man.

Being a comedian means Hart always has a joke up his sleeves, but he isn’t the only one packing comedic punches among his group of friends. While in Miami with friend Fabolous, Fab was the one who had jokes.

“Fab is the funniest guy. We were in Miami and I came out. I had some sweatpants on, I forgot what kind of sweatpants they are, but I really thought it was a good look. They didn’t go all the way down like they stopped at the bottom of my calf. So I come out, and he just gets back in his car. I’m like “yo, what chu doing? I thought you was coming in?” And he says, “Not like this.” “What chu talking about?” You gotta do something, I’m not going anywhere with you in those pants. It’s not a good look for us.” He made me go upstairs and change my pants.”

When Charlamagne Tha God asked him if he did in fact change he answered,

“Yes! I don’t care how secure you are, you can can only fight it a little bit. I’ve only been insecure twice with my clothes, that moment and that leather shirt. I thought I was going to shut down the gram.”

Hart did indeed shut down Instagram, but not in the way he expected. Drake, Meek, and a few comedians clowned him for his fashion choice. Hart does wish he would have posted the picture before the tapping of his show that night, so he could have at least had the chance to change; but now the fashion faux pas is immortalized forever.

There’s no denying that Hart is a star with his hands in television, comedy, and film. However, the actor and comedian rather focus on building his empire than getting caught up in his own hype.

“Opportunities are getting bigger and better; but the scaring thing is keeping that realistic point of view that at anytime it could be taken away. So you take it for what it is. This is great and I’m going to do anything and everything right now and set myself up long term. That’s where the business comes in show business. You have to be smart. That’s why I set myself up as a mogul. That’s why I’m producing, writing, [and] directing. That’s why I’m funding projects. That’s why I’m eping (executive producing) certain things. That’s why the tour branches off into me producing specials for other comedians. I’m setting up the brand for the brand to last regardless of my, you know longevity. Granted I plan on being here for a long time, but who knows.”

You can check out Kevin Hart’s full interview on The Breakfast Club below. Hart’s movie Ride Along 2 also starring Ice Cube and Olivia Munn opens in theaters January 15th.

By: Arlene Danna