The rap veteran Tela is back with a new single entitled “Got Pimpin”. Three 6 Mafia new reality TV series “Adventures In Hollyhood”. Lil Wyte’s has new album entitled The One and Only and more.
Three 6 Mafia new reality TV series “Adventures In Hollyhood” hasn’t been getting good marks with media or press. Phrases such as “Beverly Hillbillies”, “None Artistic Bafoons”, “Ghetto Bling Billies” and more have been used to describe the show and the characters of the show. Is media jumping the gun? Fans are the true judges, so we’ll know in time. Tune in to MTV every Thursday at 9PM CST to see if the critics are speaking too soon and read the Memphisrap.com review of “Adventures In Hollyhood” by Jabari Oliver here. While you’re checking out Three 6 Mafia venturing in Hollywood, make note that Three 6 Mafia as well as protege Lil Wyte both have new albums expected to be dropping May 22nd. Three 6’s album is Last 2 Walk, and Lil Wyte’s new album is entitled The One and Only.
Let It B Known Records artist P. Moses “the Pretty Pimp” is releasing her first official single, “Reasons” from her upcoming album, “Straight From the Heart” next week. The song is written by P. Moses featuring Michael Savage and is produced by Rick Flare. Though there is another version of the sampled song originally by Earth, Wind & Fire, P Moses tells MemphisRap.com that her song is definitely the real deal and has sample clearance approved by EMI Music Publishing. Currently, P. Moses is making finishing touches on her long awaited album, “Straight From the Heart,” which is due later this Spring. Moses is also preparing for the video for “Bubble Up” and can be seen performing at various venues throughout the U.S. For more information on recording artist P. Moses, please visit www.prettypimp.com.
In the Hip-Hop charts news, rapper Young Buck is at the forefront with his album Buck the World which debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 moving 140k its first week and is at #1 on the Billboard Rap Charts. 8 Ball & MJG’s album Ridin’ High which debuted at #8 moving 49K its first week out dropped down to #50 on the Billboard 200 and currently holds #7 on the Billboard Rap Charts down from #2. The album “Ridin High” was released on March 13, 2007 and is reported to be at 91K.