T.I. Signs on to Comedy Film ” Identity Thief”-
T.I. is getting even more comfortable in front of the camera. After starring in dramatic films like Takers and American Gangster, the Atlanta rapper tries his hand at comedy in the upcoming film “Identity Thief.”
He will be playing a bounty hunter alongside comedic talents Melissa McCarthy (“Bridesmaids”) and Jason Bateman (“Juno”), Deadline reports.
T.I. also has a strong presence on your TV screens. The second season of his reality documentary show on VH1, “T.I & TIny: The Family Hustle” begins in september and his recurrent role on the Starz show “Boss” begins August 17th.
Looks like we’re rolling!
Jennifer Lopez Premiers New Song with Flo Rida-
With J. Lo‘s concert tour just on the horizon, the New York native is preparing her audience with a slew of new songs. It began with “On the Floor” from her latest album, Love?, and now she’s in the habit of releasing independent singles that we just can’t get out of her head.
With Casper she learned to “Dance Again,” and now with Flo Rida, she’s “Goin’ In.”
The song will appear on the Step Up Revolutions soundtrack.
This dance track, produced by GoonRock, will appear on the “Step Up Revolutions” soundtrack. It also will have you going hard on the dance floor, so that’s a plus. Check it out yourself!
“Goin In” by Jennifer Lopez ft. Flo Rida
Eminem Begins Work on Seventh Album-
Talking with interviewers in New York City, Mr. Mathers spoke on the end and beginning of some projects he’s been working on lately.
Eminem didn’t want to give too much away (maybe because he doesn’t know it himself yet) but he did mention that he had begun work on his new and seventh album, at the same time finishing up the album for the main group on his Shady Records label, Slaughterhouse.
“Right now, I’m finishing up everything on the Slaughterhouse album and kinda getting into my next record a little bit,” he explained.
Still not trying to get into details, Em only said he was “starting to toy” with the upcoming EP.
Slaughterhouse debuts Welcome to: Our House in June. No word on when Eminem wants to release his new album.
-Khellie Braxton, 97.1 AMP RADIO, L.A.