Jesse Salazar

A Bit About Me: I'm a 13-year radio vet currently heard throughout the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex. Past markets include Tampa, Phoenix, Houston, Austin and more. What This Site Is About: BoyLoco.com is a collection of celebrity and hip-hop news and gossip stories from various outlets that I use for daily show content. Each RSS feed links back to the author's original content and all rights belong to that author/website. This is simply my way of organizing the sites I feel cater to my audience, putting them all into one nice little box with a tiny bow to wrap it up and deliver to my readers. This site also includes personal photo galleries such as celebrity encounters, a page to preview new music and a discussion board for us to talk about whatever our little hearts desire. Be sure and connect with me on social media and thanks for visiting the site!

Jul 302014
 
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By jkennedy
Now this is how you make an awesome music video.

Former VIBE cover chick Janelle Monáe and her pseudo sorority Electro Phi Beta throw an epic house party up in her ultra-fun new flick for “Electric Lady,” the title track from her awesome 2013 LP.

While Solange is MIA, Estelle, Esperanza Spalding, T.I., Kimbra, Monica, T-Boz and even Janelle’s mother make cameos in Monáe’s “emotion picture,” which features dope dance breakdowns, light sabers, a great rap verse, a marching band that could’ve been plucked right off the yard at Howard University, and an overly conspicuous (but still pretty cool) Samsung product placement (gotta get one of those Gear watches ASAP!).

Check out the video above and feel free to drop off your “Yasss”-es in the comments below. #blackgirlsrock …See More

Source: Vibe

    

 July 30, 2014
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By Rap-Up

Twenty years after the release of Resurrection, Common is still making waves on the charts with his latest album Nobody’s Smiling.

The Chicago rapper’s 10th LP, which features appearances from Jhené Aiko and Big Sean, enters at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, selling 24,000 copies in its first week.

It marks his third top 10 album, and highest-charting album since Finding Forever debuted at No. 1 in 2007. His previous album, 2011′s The Dreamer/The Believer debuted at No. 18 with 69,000.

Australian boy band 5 Seconds of Summer takes the No. 1 spot (259,000), while last week’s chart-topper, “Weird Al” Yankovic’s Mandatory Fun, falls to No. 3 with 33,000.

Elsewhere in the top 10, British crooner Sam Smith’s debut In the Lonely Hour jumps 6-4 with 31,000, and Ed Sheeran’s x drops 7-10 with just over 20,000.

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Source: Rap-Up

    

 July 30, 2014
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By Rap-Up

Trey Songz turned up the heat in Hollywood while performing an outdoor concert for “REVOLT Live” at the Hollywood & Highland Center on Monday. One thousand fans were treated to a special performance from Trigga, who served up his hits including “Na Na” off his chart-topping album. One lucky girl even got to take off his shirt and give him a hug.

He also sat down with hosts Sib Vicious and Lawrence Jackson to speak about the difference between Trigga and Tremaine, which is the title of his next album.

“Trigga is basically a persona that lived mostly on mixtapes throughout my career,” he said. “A real Tremaine song is ‘Can’t Be Friends.’ Records like ‘Say Aah,’ ‘Bottoms Up,’ that’s that Trigga feel.”

Watch Trigga’s takeover below.

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Source: Rap-Up

    

 July 30, 2014