Nas sits in on Big Boy’s Neighborhood on LA’s Power 106, speaking about Life Is Good, reciting his first rhyme, and speaking on his divorce with Kelis.
“Are you dissing me? Are you trying to play me..?” she asked…..
Nas leaks the final song from Life Is Good, which drops on July 17th. This song deals with his divorce with Kelis, and is produced by Salaam Remi and Noah “40″ Shebib.
Kelis delivers a respectful reaction to Nas clutching her wedding dress on the cover of Life Is Good.
Along with promoting her new album, Flesh Tone, in stores in the U.S. next month. How do you feel about this, guys?
According to papers obtained by TMZ, Nas and Kelis’s divorce is now final. Even with the termination of the marriage, the former couple will continue to battle over child and spousal support. Nas was previously forced to pay more than $47,000 in back child support and more than $40,000 in back spousal support as a [cont.]
Nas’ ex appeared on Radio 1′s Live Lounge in the UK, and performed a cover of La Roux’s “In For The Kill”. Not included on Flesh Tone, due July 22nd in the U.S. Kelis – “In For The Kill” (MP3)
TMZ reports that Nas has told the judge he cannot afford to pay Kelis’s child and spousal (?) support ordered by the court, after the couple’s recent divorce. According to legal documents acquired by TMZ, Nas was ordered to pay an upwards of $87000 in back payments, plus $10k per month, based on Nas making [cont.]
Here goes another new leak from Kelis, off her next album Fleshtone. This track leaked a little while back, but was not a complete track. With this track, Kelis continues her Techno/House style that she started with her first single “Acapella.” Kelis – “22nd Century” (MP3)
Here we go with the artwork for Kelis new album Flesh Tone. Kelis new album hits stores May 17th.
Our favorite rapper’s financial problems continue to stack up, after leaving L.A. County Superior Court in his continuing divorce saga with Kelis. The judge, who apparently has never heard Illmatic, ordered Nas to pay $47,249.42 in back child support and $40,454 in back spousal support, followed by monthly payments of $10,000 a month until a [cont.]
Kelis and Will.i.am perform “Acapella” live on The Jimmy Kimmel Live. Check it out above.
Kelis teams with DJ Replay for the official mixtape for her upcoming LP, Flesh Tone, dropping this summer on will.i.am music / Interscope Records. The 25 minute mix includes 4 new tracks from the album as well as exclusive remixes. Someone send us a copy of this Benny Benassi remix of “Acapella” quickly…. Kelis + [cont.]
Kelis drops her long-awaited video for the David Guetta produced “Acapella”, taken from her forthcoming LP, Flesh Tone.
In the above clip, Kelis performs at Club 57, which hosts New York’s largest gay dance party every Saturday, in birthday celebration of her best friend Legendary Damon. Here, she gets down to Major Lazer’s “Pon De Floor”, and performs new tracks “4th of July”, “Acapella”, and “22nd Century”, each off her forthcoming LP, Flesh [cont.]
The legendary Atlanta Spring Break festival Freaknik, will be immortalized on March 7th with “Freaknik: The Musical”, airing on Cartoon Network. Produced by T-Pain, the one-hour special took the rappa-turnt-sanga two years to finish, and includes appearances from Snoop Dogg, Keri Hilson, Kelis, Big Boi, Rick Ross, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Andy Samberg, Bill Hader, [cont.]
Now signed with will.i.am’s imprint under Interscope, Kelis will reinvent herself once again with her fourth LP, Flesh Tone, due out this spring. Moving slightly away from the hip-hop styles of production that fueled tracks like “Bossy”, Kelis will instead team with some the biggest producers in house music. Producers for Flesh Tone include will.i.am, [cont.]
Kelis has had her share of ups and downs throughout her career, but nevertheless has managed to stay in the spotlight with each album release. With The Neptunes at her side, she came out the gate with her first LP, Kaleidoscope, and it’s lead single “Caught Out There” solidifying her position as “the first girl [cont.]
It’s amazing that during the Neptunes’ upward swing that Kelis wasn’t caught up in the moment and thrust into the spotlight. After “Caught Out There” climbed frantically up the charts and her debut album Kaleidoscope became arguably the Neptunes best work, the I-Hate-U-So-Much-Right-Now-Girl suddenly disappeared. Labels had no idea what to do with her follow-up [cont.]
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