Exclusives

Atlanta singer/songwriter Sean Garrett is featured on this unofficially released Usher song "Mayday." It first "leaked" last year, and it doesn't look like it's going to make the cut for Usher's "Versus" due on August 24th.

Ciara has given Soulja Boy's "Pretty Boy Swag" an xx-chromosome gene swap. Take a listen and let us know what you think!

Lil Wayne called into Funkmaster Flex's NYC radio show from Rikers Island to share what his daily routine has been like behind bars. The Cash Money/Young Money star has been in jail since March 8, serving eight months for gun possession.

It's probably not the best idea for Chris Brown to cover a song that a lot of critics have trashed, but that's exactly what he did when he remade Nicki Minaj's "Your Love." Take a listen and let us know what you think!

In an interview on ESPN 1100 Gridlock Show, former boxing champ Mike Tyson revealed that he appeared in the smash comedy hit “The Hangover” so he could have money to “supply my drug habit." He also said that he did not expect the movie to be a success and planned to sell bootleg copies of the movie.

So rumor has it that this song, "I'm Ready For You," is really a reference track that Drake penned for an R&B singer. The final version is still supposed to have him on it, but obviously not as much as we hear on the track. Check it out here.

After lending her vocals to dozens of records and releasing her own albums with Floetry, Marsha Ambrosius goes at it alone on “Hope She Cheats on You (With a Basketball Player),” the first single off her forthcoming J Records debut "Late Nights & Early Mornings," due October 26.

So does divorce make your music better? Usher has teamed up with Jay-Z once again for this track from his upcoming EP, "Versus." The sonic spiked cold remedy is produced by Atlanta's own Powlow Da Don.

We have no idea how new this is, but it's still new to us! It sounds like an unfinished demo but it also sounds like a snapshot of a great song that's in the middle of the creative process.

Lupe Fiasco gives Rick Ross' "B.M.F." track a positive spin. So instead of bigging up incarcerated drug kingpins (Big Meech) and notorious gang leaders (Larry Hoover) and promoting the nihilistic idea of blowing one's money fast Lupe wants to build minds faster.

John Legend's long-awaited collaboration with The Roots, "Wake Up!," has been getting a lot of positive buzz online lately. The album of covers of politically themed songs drops September 21st.

Television personality Montel Williams has been pretty outspoken on his support of medical marijuana. The former host of "The Montel Williams Show" suffers from multiple sclerosis, and recently revealed in an interview that he gets it in like Snoop Dogg.