The Gym Class Heroes frontman goes right for it with his new single “We’ll Be Alright”, looking to create a kind of “I Gotta Feeling” type anthem. Is this a potentially huge track that will be played out at sports arenas over the next year, or a complete flop?
The Gym Class Money Billionaire returns with another video from Lazarus. Is this his “I Gotta Feeling”?
Em delivers a performance, featuring Rihanna. Can you guess which two songs? Travie gets down with Deadmau5 on the 1 & 2. ..Aaaaaand here’s Taylor Swift’s response to last year’s Kanye-incident. Seems like she forgives him, but there’s a condescending subtext to this that probably doens’t make Yeezy feel to great. Drake grabs Mary J. [cont.]
And here comes Travie Claus with the Party Rock remix of “Billionaire”. New verses from LMFAO and a more southern styled track finally make this one club playable. LISTEN: Travie McCoy – “Billionaire (Party Rock Remix)” (feat. LMFAO + Gucci Mane)
The Roots back Travie McCoy and Bruno Mars’ performance of “Billionaire” on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
Travie returns with a new remix to his smash single, “Billionaire”, now retooled for the urban market with guest appearances from T-Pain and Gucci Mane. LISTEN: Billionaire (Nappy Boy Remix feat. Gucci Mane, T-Pain & Bruno Mars)
Lazarus is the debut from Gym Class Heroes frontman, Travie McCoy, who looks to build a name for himself as a solo artist after a public breakup with Katy Perry. Experimenting with rap-rock fusion on his earlier material, Lazarus – along with it’s popular lead single “Billionaire” (feat. Bruno Mars) – takes it even a [cont.]
Taken from Travie’s Lazarus, in stores now. Directed by Bla. Album review coming later today.
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One more new track from Travie McCoy, this time with Colin Munroe and Travis Barker. The solo album Lazarus hits stores June 8th. Production on this one from Chad Beatz and Travis Barker. Travie McCoy + Colin Munroe + Travis Barker – “Don’t Pretend” (MP3)
Gym Class frontman delivers his second single from Lazarus, sampling Supergrass’ “Alright”, produced by The Smeezingtons & The Stereotypes.
First single from the Gym Class Heroes frontman gets the video treatment, with hook by Bruno Mars of “Nothin’ On You” fame. Travie’s Lazarus in stores June 8th, Bruno Mars’ It’s Better If You Don’t Understand EP hitting May 11th.
Gym Class Heroes lead further elaborates on upcoming projects, namely his Forgetting Katy Perry mixtape, not to mention his solo album Lazurus, hitting June 8th.
In the above clip, despite his potential “Billionaire” status, Travie McCoy suggests that Gym Class Heroes has not broken up, and his solo album, Lazarus, is merely one of many side projects he’s working on – which also include Blood Pony with “(his) homeboy L P” (this El-P? or that “LP”) and The Goonies with [cont.]
Do you like autotune? Do you like tattoos? Do you like eternity? How about acoustic guitar driven hip-hop beats? Then have we got the thing for you…. Bask in the electric light of Super Producer / Songwriter Detail (Ray J “Sexy Can I”, Akon “I’m So Paid”) with his first single, “Tattoo Foreva”, taken from [cont.]
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