Big Sean recruits Nicki Minaj to remix his new single ‘Dance (A$$)’. Nicki will also make an appearance in the video. Premiered by DJ Camilo on Hot 97.


Birdman went public on his Twitter page yesterday and announced plans on releasing a single in the next few days. Well that didn’t take too long as he unveils his new Nicki and Weezy assisted track titled “Y U Mad.” The song will find its way on Birdman’s upcoming album Bigger Than Life due out in stores November 22. Peep below!



Nicki says that her next album will “have a lot of Roman on it.”

One of the most talked-about tracks on Nicki Minaj’s debut album, Pink Friday, was “Roman’s Revenge,” a Lil’ Kim diss that featured Eminem.

After winning the Best Hip Hop Video Moon Man for “Super Bass” at the MTV VMA Awards, the rapper went back to the press room for an interview where she revealed that Roman, the male alter-ego featured on “Roman’s Revenge,” would be featured significantly on her new album.

“Well, the new album is going to have a lot of Roman on it, and if you’re not familiar with Roman, you will be familiar with him soon,” said Minaj, according to

“He’s a boy who lives inside of me,” she said. “I have a lot of surprises I don’t want to give away. Everyone will be more than satisfied with the new album.”


50 talks about his mentors, and opines on Nicki Minaj’s greatest asset.

in a recent interview on “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” on radio station Power 106, 50 Cent discussed a gamut of topics, including the other two parts of Aftermath’s “three-headed-monster,” Eminem and Dr. Dre.

“You don’t really expect to have someone come into your life… that you know has nothing but good intentions,” said 50 of Eminem. “He made so much money selling records that he don’t really have interest in a lot of the other stuff… So for me, they’ll be asking me questions…about the deals I do away from music. For Dre, the big thing was the ‘Beats,’ the headset.”

50 also touched on Dr. Dre, with whom he had a brief spat about becoming a potential competitor with Dre’s headphone line. “I love Dre…Without ‘In Da Club’ and Dre’s guidance on the first record…none of those other things would’ve happened!” explained Fif. “That’s the biggest record of my career still! Dre can be difficult at times, and not intentionally. He can be on his own and in his world…like the [headphone thing], we had to clear that up face-to-face, me and Dre, personally.” 50 stopped short of saying he was surprised that he was not included in the “Beats by Dre” headset line, but he did point out that Diddy was given an opportunity to get involved, which may appear odd as he is outside of the Aftermath family.

The Queens emcee was also asked about Nicki Minaj’s ass, and whether it was the real deal. “I don’t know. Does it matter?” he asked, before opining that many in the industry were guilty of getting butt implants.

Tourmates Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj have reunited the audio way as the official remix “Till the World Ends” emerges. For further girl power, the duo invited the song’s writer Ke$ha to lend her vocals to the tune. While chances are that this might not match your personal taste, it sure is worth checking out. Listen below!