Saturday, January 30

Travis barker,Eminem,Lil wayne,Drake all gonna perform togother

In his interview with mtv news travis said:"I have yet to rehearse [with anyone]. I got a call, like, on Tuesday. Everyone found out a day after I did. So, I don't know exactly what I'm doing yet," Barker told MTV News on Friday (January 29) in his Los Angeles studio. "I'm just a part of it. I know I'm playing drums. I know it's a performance with Eminem, Drake, myself and Lil Wayne. I think it might be 'Forever.' "

He added:"Yeah, I think we're doing a medley, a couple of songs," Barker laughed. "I think 'Drop the World' is in. Maybe."

And travis is still confused about kanye spitting his verse at the grammy performace of "Forever".
"I don't know. Someone said he's in Hawaii, writing an album," he smiled. "I would stay there."

Thursday, January 28

Jedward wanted to work with Tupac,Eminem,50 cent

X Factor favourites John & Edward popped into MTV yesterday to tell us all about their new single with Vanilla Ice, and hinted about who they are eyeing up for their next collaboration.

The Grimes twins, who recently performed new single Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby) at the National Television Awards told us all about how the unlikely partnership came about.
Edward said: “Vanilla Ice saw our performance on the X Factor and he decided what would be a really cool idea…we are really excited by it and it was loads of fun making it.”
When asked if they were a fan of the eighties rapper, John added: “When the song ‘Ice Ice Baby’ first came out, we weren’t even born but always knew the rift to it and I cant believe we are collaborating with him on it.”
After rapping with Ice on their new single, Jedward have set their sights on a few of rap music’s greats for their next single.
They exclusively told MTV News: “We would like to collaborate with Eminem, 50 Cent, Tupac, even though he’s dead…”
John added: “Maybe Tupac has got a track that hasn’t been released yet that we could record our vocals over?”

Sunday, January 24

LeBron James, Fan of Eminem

Last night's game(21st jan)showed off not only LeBron James' game, but also his close knowledge of Eminem lyrics. Check out the clip below to see LeBron rap along to Eminem's verse on "Forever".Lebron said before that em's verse on forever was the best.

Wednesday, January 20

Would Eminem win grammy for best rap album

Book it for Eminem. :p

Though some of the rapper's outrageous attacks at times felt a bit dated or obvious (kim kardisian,Jessica Simpson,lindsay lohan,mariah carey), the album still achieved the kind of sales success that voters won't pass up. To date, the spring release has sold more than 1.75 million copies, and Eminem was always in headlines.Eminem will get his fourth best rap album Grammy on Jan. 31.

Eminem nominated for brit award

Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Rihanna, Eminem, Shakira and many others have been nominated for the 2010 Brit Awards which is slated to take place Tuesday, February 16 at London’s Earl’s Court Arena.
For ‘International Female Solo Artist,’ Lady Gaga will be going up against Rihanna while Jay-Z and Eminem have been nominated for ‘International Male Solo Artist.’ For ‘International Album,’ Jay-Z will be competing with Lady Gaga, The Black Eyed Peas, amongst others for their respective albums “The Blueprint 3″ (Jay-Z), “The Fame” (Lady Gaga) and “The End” (Black Eyed Peas).

International Female Solo Artist
Lady Gaga
Norah Jones

International Male Solo Artist
Bruce Springsteen
Michael Buble
Seasick Steve

Friday, January 15

Jay-Z Talks Eminem, Movies,Obama

It's been said that Jay-Z paints pictures with his rhymes, so after delivering one of the most visual albums of his career with The Blueprint 3, Hov sat down to talk to noted film critic Elvis Mitchell in the new issue of Interview magazine. The Roc Nation superstar graces the cover of the February issue in a story titled "Jay-Z: Made in the U.S.A."

The Brooklyn lyricist was as witty as ever in a long-ranging interview that touched on his movie influences, the trappings of Eminem's and Kanye West's fame and having pals in the Oval Office.

"For me, being with [President Barack] Obama or having dinner with Bill Clinton ... it's just crazy. It's mind-blowing, because where I come from is just another world. We were just ignored by politicians — by America in general," Jay explained.

Interview, co-founded in the late '60s by Andy Warhol, is known for its eclectic pairing of interviewers and interviewees. Mitchell, a former New York Times film critic, has had a successful career as a movie commentator and hosts the radio show "The Treatment," covering pop-culture and film. Mitchell was also a producer for "The Black List," the HBO documentary that examined race and culture among a diverse cast of African-Americans.

The rapper spoke with Mitchell about his enduring run as a top MC. Through a film analogy, he discussed the Robert De Niro film "Once Upon a Time in America" — when Jay was younger, the actor's character was a favorite of his, but in watching it as an adult he was unsettled by the portrayal. "Rap, for me, is like making movies, telling stories and getting the emotions of the song through in just as deep a way," he explained.

The conversation also turned to the rise of the rapper as a prominent pop figure in America. Jay related an anecdote about recording with Eminem and having Em show up to the studio in a bulletproof vest. He remarked on how intense Slim Shady's fame had become, to the point where paranoia set in.

"I never even told him this, but I remember that Eminem came into the studio when we made 'Moment of Clarity,' which he produced, on The Black Album," Jay said. "So here's Eminem. It's 2003, I think The Eminem Show had come out, and he was, like, the biggest rapper in the world — he sold, like, 20 million records worldwide or some ridiculous number. But when he came to the studio, I remember I hugged him and I could feel that he had on a bulletproof vest. I couldn't imagine being that successful. I mean, he's a guy who loves rap and wanted to be successful his whole career. Then he finally gets it, and there's this dark cloud over him."

The "Empire State of Mind" MC also defended his protégé Kanye West once again over the producer's 2009 VMA stunt in which he interrupted Taylor Swift.

"I just think the timing of what he did was wrong and that, of course, overshadowed everything. He believed that [Beyoncé's] 'Single Ladies' was a better video. I believed that. I think a lot of people believed that. You can't give someone Video of the Year if they don't win Best Female Video. I thought Best Female Video was something you won on the way to Video of the Year."

Monday, January 4

Eminem, Blink-182, Katy Perry Top The Most-Anticipated Albums Of 2010

He broke his long silence with Relapse and Refill in 2009, but Eminem has more in store for 2010, as he's promised to drop the second half of his recent fruitful spurt of creativity, Relapse 2. While we're not holding our breath for the epically delayed finale from Em's mentor, Dr. Dre, there's a possibility that Detox will also finally hit shelves this year.

One album we know is coming out is Lil Wayne's rock-tinged Rebirth. After moving around more than a half-dozen times in 2009, the disc is now due February 1, just a week before Wayne is slated to go to prison for a year on gun charges. Of course, due to that amazon signup, 500 lucky fans already have the disc, which quickly became readily available online, so it's possible the official release will change the track list up a bit.

It's also possible T.I. could drop his next album very soon after being released to a halfway house following his 366-day sentence on federal weapons charges, and imprisoned rapper Gucci Mane recently said he already has his next album, The State vs. Radric Davis: The Appeal, ready to roll.

Another CD everyone is holding their breath for is Drake's debut, Thank Me Later, which is expected to deliver on the hype created by his mixtapes and EP. After a few delays, Usher's Raymond vs. Raymond is now slated for a March release, with hype already built thanks to the hit single "Papers."

Nas' former wife, Kelis, is promising a "futuristic disco" sound on her upcoming disc, Flesh Tone. N.E.R.D. will have a new, "very 3-D" sound, thanks to the recent addition of female vocalist Rhea, and Erykah Badu will finally drop New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh) in February, promising a less politically driven effort this time around.

We could finally get a listen to Missy Elliott's first album in five years, Block Party, as well as solo discs from Big Boi — his long-delayed Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty — and Andre 3000, as well as a possible new Outkast collabo.

Though he's been laying low since his VMA stage rush on Taylor Swift, it's possible Kanye West will have some new music for us this year. We know Diddy is on tap to unleash his concept dance album Last Train to Paris, and Travis McCoy is prepping his solo debut as well as a new album from Gym Class Heroes.

After promising a swan-song, three-disc set called LupE.N.D. last year, and then having second thoughts, Lupe Fiasco has reportedly been working on a CD called Lasers that could see light in 2010. Also bumped to the new year is the ninth studio album from hip-hop iron men and Jimmy Fallon house band the Roots, with How I Got Over, as well as Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes, a reported duet album with DTP home girl Shawnna.