Loosies: Kid Ink Parties, Jennifer Hudson Scolds Rick Ross & Boog Brown Remembers The “D”

01.14.12 6 years ago

After an extensive mixtape grind in just a short period, Kid Ink is looking at his Rolley and figuring it’s that time to drop an official album. But he’s keeping it L.A. casual with a carefree first single that promotes nothing but happy thoughts and swag.

Kid Ink – “Time Of Your Life” (Prod. By Ned Cameron)

Regardless of what her mailing address says on her W-2 form, Boog Brown has the gleam of Detroit’s natural ambiance glowing in her eyes. Over a wispy instrumental provided by Apollo Brown, the in-house multitasker in her camp, she drops a banger and a musical GPS all rolled in. Keep it locked to B Double’s Twitter because she’s going to have a steady flow of audible treats coming your way soon.

Boog Brown – “Detroit” (Prod. By Apollo Brown)

Seemingly determined to one-up his previously outlandish titles of Definition of Fuck Shit 1 & 2, Alley Boy has named his upcoming project Nigganati. Not only is he guilty of having no regards for censorship, he also consistently puts out music that comes straight from the soul. What more can we ask?

Alley Boy Feat. Eastside Jody – “Guilty” (Prod. By GuttaHitz)

If there’s one thing that Jennifer Hudson has mastered, it’s belting out a pretty note for a soundtrack. Steve Harvey’s book, Think Like A Man has been mutated into a motion picture with all the current who’s-who’s of Black Hollywood chipping in for minor roles. The titular track finds J. Hud and Ne-Yo harmonizing their octave ranges as Ricky Rozay drops a nonessential verse to the equation. This is the type of stuff ending credits are made of.

Jennifer Hudson Feat. Rick Ross & Ne-Yo – “Think Like A Man”

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