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''I Might Get the Bug''
Instagram seems to be the easiest way to learn about who's collaborating with who, and the latest superstars to be photographed in the studio together are none other than rapper/producer Kanye West and rapper/actor Will Smith.
Will and Yeezy apparently have been in the studio a few times together, though it remains uncertain of the A-list actor is thinking of re-igniting his hip-hop career."I've been messing around with Kanye, we went into the studio a couple of times," Smith revealed in an interview with Hip Hollywood. "I might get the bug. I'm not gonna do it unless I'm truly inspired but Ye's been pushing me a little bit."
''Born Sinner'' To Compete With Kanye's ''Yeezus''
J. Cole is ready to go face-to-face with Kanye West. The North Carolina-born rapper has a highly-anticipated sophomore album due this summer, and has decided to test his devoted following against one of the biggest superstars in music.
Cole announced today (May 20th) that he will be pushing up the release date for Born Sinner. His album will now be dropping the same day as Kanye's Yeezus project.
"Kanye West is one of the greatest artists of our generation.," Cole tweeted. "Which is exactly why I'm moving my release date up."
"Born Sinner June 18th" he added.
''It Sounded Crazy...''
Kanye West has launched a full-on media onslaught over the past several days to promote his upcoming album. One fellow artist that has been very impressed with Yeezy's latest activity is West Coast star Kendrick Lamar.
Lamar spoke to MTV about Kanye's single "New Slaves."
"It sounded crazy," he said of the song, and referenced Kanye's decision to broadcast a video of the song on buildings around the world. "That whole marketing scheme is crazy. It's very inspiring. After a while you get to a point in hip-hop where certain tactics get watered down. How much music can you release on the Internet to get it hot? How many singles can you put out? How many videos can you possibly do?"
He also was excited about the supposed album title, Yeezus."That's crazy, I want to hear that," Lamar said. "That's that creative Kanye genius stuff out the box ... whatever way is his way of being creative and getting his message across through that album, that's the culture. I can't wait to hear it."
Floyd Myers Has Unearthed a Will From 1999
Late hip-hop star Heavy D's brother is seeking to gain control of the late rapper's estate. Floyd Myers is using an old will--that leaves no assets for Heavy's teenage daughter, parents or other siblings--as legal leverage. According to TMZ, Floyd Myers filed documents in L.A. Superior Court last week.
Myers claims that Heavy D, born Dwight Myers, wrote a will in 1999 and gave him a copy.
This particular will leaves virtually all of Heavy D's estate to Floyd. But the will was drafted long before Heavy's daughter was born.
More details as this develops.