Wow has it been awhile since my last post or what? I guess I will have some catching up to do. Sorry for the brief hiatus, but I'm going to be back in rare form with some new content coming your way and I know everyone has been holding it down and keeping those headphones buzzin' on a daily, but jumping back in the mix of things I wanted to make today's headphone buzz dedicated to none other than Whitney Houston. On my hiatus the iconic Whitney Houston tragically died February 11, 2012 at the age of 48. She was found in the Beverly Hilton Hotel , submerged in a bathtub. I won't dig much further into the specifics of the situation, but whether you loved or hated Whitney she was one of the people in the game that many would say inspired most if not all of the singers that you hear today in someway and she changed the landscape. She has had her fair share of issues that the media caught, but you know what? What celebrity hasn't? Just not all of them get the same attention that Whitney got and that's because it was Whitney. So everybody get those headphones buzzin' and press play for the song "I Will Always Love You". It was one of her classics that everybody seems to know from the movie "The Bodyguard" and was the lead single from the soundtrack that was written and originally recorded by Dolly Parton in 1974. R.I.P Whitney August 9, 1963 - February 11, 2012
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Monday, January 16, 2012
My headphones been buzzin' to Wale's single " Pretty Girls" featuring Gucci Mane and Weensey off his 2009 album Attention Deficit. The song ended up peaking at 56 on the Billboard R&B and Hip Hop singles, but is one of the Wale songs I enjoy. Gucci Mane doesn't appear in the below music video for the song because at the time he was serving a one year prison sentence, but even though he wasn't there they still represented for him in the video. There are a few appearances by Ray Rice, Curren$y, DJ Khaled and actor Tristan Wilds in the video as well so check out the video below and get your headphones buzzin' and check out " Pretty Girls".
Saturday, January 14, 2012
It's been a few days, but I'm going to jump back into rotation. My headphones been buzzin' to Kanye West and Jay Z's "N**gas In Paris" also referred to as the radio version "In Paris" off their collaboration album Watch The Throne. The single was released in September 2011, but has since peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 making it Kanye's 14th top ten single and and making Jay the rapper with the most top ten singles at 18. This song is a definite headphone buzzer and one of the hottest of 2011. It still is getting some decent radio play around my parts even though another single has been released since the release of this one, but enough talking and more listening. Press play on the below and get those headphones buzzin'.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Today my headphones been buzzin' off another David Guetta song. "Without You" featuring Usher. It's the third single off Guetta's fifth album Nothing But The Beat. The song has received chart success reaching number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Being backed by Usher's vocals Guetta said this song maybe one of his biggest. The beat will make you sure to tap your feet when you play the music video below which was filmed on a beach in Portugal. The video shows different parties in different countries all culminating into one big party so check it out and join the party, but most importantly get those headphones buzzin'.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
My headphones been buzzin' to Memories by David Guetta featuring Kid Cudi off the album One Love. It was released as a single in 2010 and the song was a top five hit in Belgium, Austria, Czech Republic, Australia, the Netherlands, Finland, New Zealand, France and Ireland. It charted within the top ten in Germany, Hungary, Switzerland and Denmark. The piano backdrop of the song mixed with Kid Cudi's unique flow adds an addicting hook that is sure to make your headphones buzz as usual so stop reading and do yourself one better and hear the song for yourself by pressing play on the below.
Monday, January 9, 2012
Today my headphones been buzzin' to Lupe Fiasco's "Letting Go" featuring Sarah Green off his album Lasers. I don't know what it is, but I like turning my headphones up and letting it blast while I'm in a relax, but hype mood. The song wasn't released as a single off the album or anything, but it is one of my favorites from Lupe because it has a unique sound which is why I like Lupe so start " Letting Go" and get those headphones buzzin' to the below.
Saturday, January 7, 2012
My headphones been buzzin' to Dr. Dre's "What's The Difference" featuring Xzibit and Eminem off his album 2001. The song wasn't a released single off the album, but still gained a spot on the charts as well as a fair share of radio play. Dr.Dre is also working on his next album entitled Detox dropping hopefully this year, but I've chosen one of my favorite Dr. Dre s songs " What's The Difference" to hold you over for the time being so check out the below of "What's The Difference" live from Dr. Dre's Up In Smoke Tour and get those headphones buzzin'.