Fabolous Releases the Official Video for New Song “Guess Who’s Bizzack”

Fabolous is bizzack with brand new music and a new video…

The 35-year-old half-Dominican American hip-hop artist has released the music video for his latest single “Guess Who’s Bizzack,” his collaboration with Broadway.


Fabolous’ five-minute clip, directed by Joe Puma, begins with a series of photos of people wearing hoodies while supporting “Justice for Trayvon Martin.”

In the black-and-white video, Fabolous depicts a boyfriend who plays shows in Germany. When he arrives home, he notices that his girlfriend is acting like someone else and he confronts her about it. Meanwhile, his girlfriend thinks that her boyfriend is the one who has changed. They’re later shown arguing in a car parked in the snow.

Produced by Mally the Martian, “Guess Who’s Bizzack” is featured in Fabolous’ 2012 mixtape, The Soul Tape 2.

Fabolous is currently working on Loso’s Way 2: Rise to Power, his sixth studio album, which should arrive in stores later this year. The rapper has worked with artists like Chris Brown, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, John Legend, Future, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz, Young Jeezy and Chrisette Michelle for the upcoming release.

Cassie Releases Latest Single “Balcony”…

Cassie is on the ledge of returning to the music world full force…

The 26-year-old part-Mexican R&B singer has released her latest single, which features rapper Young Jeezy and production from Rico Love, Earl Hood and Eric Goudy II.


Entitled “Balcony,” it’s the second track from Cassie’s upcoming sophomore album, which will be reportedly released this fall.

On the track, the Bad Boy/Interscope Records protégé’s sultry voice floats abover the slow-rolling beat, as she sings in the chorus: “We made love on the balcony / Right there in New York City.”

Cassie flexes her lower vocal range throughout the song,  while Young Jeezy’s raspy voice adds a nice contrast to her smooth vocals, along with his very blunt verses: “Why your voice so raspy? / Ooh, I hope she nasty.”

With a previous single “King of Hearts” out in February and this week’s release of “Balcony,” Cassie also looks to be prepping the release of her upcoming Rock A Bye Baby mixtape, produced by Rob Holladay, Malay, Rico Love, Internz and Knotch, and featuring songwriting from Stacy Barthe.

The dual projects will be Cassie’s first major releases since her 2006 self-titled debut, which has sold 321,000 copies in the US.

The album’s lead single “Me & U” peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, selling more than 1 million digital downloads.