Don’t Miss This! B. Will’s #GWW Mixtape Release Mixer at the Elroy (FREE EVENT)


It’s official!! #GoodWillWednesday will be brought to life March 25, 2015 from 7 PM to 10 PM at the Elroy, 1423 H. Street NE, Washington, DC. B. Will will debut his epic mixtape series when he performs songs from #GWW and get up close and personal at the mixer event that will include special giveaways, networking, drink specials, and hookah.

The #GoodWillWednesday series was created with B. Will and to bring exclusive musical content where B. Will recorded a new song every week and released it via the blogsite. In the 12 songs that were presented during that time, the collection of songs has garnered over 26,000 plays and counting.

Next up for B. Will is the Go-Go infused “Poppin’ Bottles,” as he begins work on his next creative project. You can download and hear B. Will’s #GWW the mixtape at

We appreciation the support!

Rihanna Talks Eighth Album

Rihanna’s eighth album is still in the works, but she is planning to release a “timeless” album that will stand the test of time with classic songs.  MTV News caught up with RiRi while  promoting her animated film Home.

“I’ve made a lot of songs that are really, really big songs,” she said. “And I wanted to kind of get back to—not that they weren’t real music, but I just wanted to focus on things that felt real, that felt soulful, that felt forever.”

“I wanted songs that I could perform in 15 years; I wanted an album that I could perform in 15 years,” explained RiRi. “Not any songs that were burnt out. I find that when I get on stage now, I don’t want to perform a lot of my songs. They don’t feel like me. So I want to make songs that are timeless.”

EMPIRE Soundtrack Hits No. 1 on Billboard

Empire Soundtrack

“Empire” continues to set records on FOX. They conquered another feat by debuting at Number 1 on the Billboard 200.

The 18-track compilation takes the top spot with 130,000 units sold in its first week, according to Billboard. It’s the first TV soundtrack to debut at No. 1 since “Glee” in 2010.

The Reviews Are In!! Kendrick Lamar’s “How to Pimp A Butterfly”

To Pimp a Butterfly

Kendrick Lamar’s new CD “How to Pimp A Butterfly,” is definitely a breath of fresh air in the days where music sounds the same and everyone’s babbling the same jibberish.  His CD has already set records on Spotify and the general consensus of he CD is that Lamar definitely stepped it up another notch.

Check out the reviews:

The New York Times: To Pimp a Butterfly is bigger than any minor intra-rapper friction. An album that asks questions as big as this one does, and that will be heard by so many, is a huge taunt to Mr. Lamar’s peers—it’s a dare to ride along, a dare to be different, a dare to be great.

USA Today: Like Kanye West’s monumental Yeezus in 2013, Lamar has made something that feels truly genre-shattering with Butterfly—further cementing his status as not only one of the most innovative rappers, but artists, of the moment. 4/4

Los Angeles Times: Lamar’s third studio album is a realm away from his breakout 2012 albumgood kid, m.A.A.d city, equally rich and way, way further gone.

Entertainment Weekly: Kendrick grabs the Best Rapper Alive title by the balls on Butterfly. It’s always satisfying to see superstars reach so high.

New York Daily News: It’s an album meant to be lived with for a long time, making it one of the few recent hip-hop that’s built to last. 5/5

TIME: Lamar wants nothing less than greatness, and To Pimp a Butterfly is yet another step forward on that path.

Chicago Tribune: What’s lacking, if anything, is the potential bounty of singles yielded by good kid, but To Pimp… is designed more as a one-sit continuous listen than a collection of radio-ready hits. 4/4

ABC News: To Pimp a Butterfly is a sobering work made with love and endless sonic imagination. It is an incredibly important record that at the same time isn’t afraid to offend. Its aims are above its mere music. It’s a brutally honest, necessary work anchored in social awareness.