If you don’t think Ray J’s new single, “I Hit It First,” is about Kim Kardashian, then your name is Ray J — and you’re probably lying. In the new video, Brandy-the-younger spits some light boasting about sleeping with a woman who “might move on the rappers and ball players, but we all know I hit it first.” This woman is tanned, curvy, and wears a sleek-high ponytail. She looks like Kim Kardashian. Worst line: “No matter where she goes or who she knows/She still belongs in my bed.” Countdown to harder, better, faster, stronger Kanye response: Begun.
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For the love of Ray J, what is his new song “I Hit It First” about exactly?
For a lot of people, it seems to be an obvious dig at his ex-girlfriend and sex-tape costar Kim Kardashian, currently pregnant with Kanye West’s baby. (Note to self: finish that soap opera spec script.)
But Brandy’s little brother took to Hot 97 this morning in an attempt to clear things up and avoid any potential beef with Yeezy and Co. ”It’s a song, it’s not about that,” he told the radio station. ”They just gotta keep it on the surface. I’m not trying to create no war, it’s all love; we’re doing music.”
Hmm. The music, in this case, includes lyrics like, “She might move on to rappers and ballplayers/But we all know I hit it first” and “If you were to come back to me, girl/We’ll make another movie” and ”I had her head going north and her a– goin’ south/But now baby chose to go west.” It doesn’t take a RapGenius page to figure out what Ray J might be alluding to here.
Listen to the song yourself with the player below and let us know your take on the matter:
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian together at last (for the 98th time) in 'I Wish You Would/Cold' music video -- WATCH
The KimYe love train is moving along just fine, thank you very much.
Just weeks after validating the seriousness of their romance with the ever-important reality TV bow, Kanye and his boo (or is it Kim and her beau?… the obstacles this relationship will have to overcome!) are back out showing the world just how much they really do love each other. The milestone reached this time around? A Kim music video cameo!
The freshly anointed “perfect bitch” graces the lens in the new clip for the Kanye and DJ Khaled collaboration ‘
Theraflu‘ ‘Cold,’ just as her man professes his devotion to her and his not-so-subtle distaste for her estranged NBA-star husband: “I’ll admit I fell in love with Kim/’round the same time she fell in love with him./Well that’s cool, baby girl, do your thang/He’s just lucky I ain’t had Jay drop him from the team.”
(That Kris Humphries diss is a reference to the fact that Kanye’s ‘Watch The Throne,’ wingman, Jay-Z, is a co-owner of the Brooklyn Nets, Humphries’ current NBA squad — no sweat off Kris’s back, though. As of today, we are happy to report that he is still a Net, and will be for the foreseeable future)
The Hype Williams-directed clip actually features two Kanye-led tracks–the first of which, ‘I Wish You Would,’ features Rick Ross and is set to appear on the upcoming Khaled album Kiss the Ring.
Check out the video below, and fast-forward to the 5:12 mark if you just can’t wait to see you some Kardashian magic. Don’t blink, though, or you’ll miss her. You know Kim…always has been a bit camera shy.
Are you ready for the KKK to invade the MTV VMAs next month?
No, not that KKK — we mean host Kevin Hart and his besties Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. The trio released a video on MTV.com today announcing that comedian and Think Like a Man star Hart would be hosting the Sept. 6 awards ceremony.
Given how strongly his stand-up specials perform, not to mention his role in this spring’s sleeper hit Think, it makes sense he’s finally going to get a large national platform. Hart, of course, has experience with these sort of events — he hosted last year’s BET Awards.
In the video, he pitches nicknames that he and Kimye can use collectively, starting with Kevyekim and ending with KKK. (Hart to Kardashian: “You got a white hoodie?”) Check it out in the video below:
As you may have heard by now, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are involved in an international conspiracy to gross you out.
The frenzy began yesterday, when Yeezy got rather forthright concerning matters Kardashian on his confessional DJ Khaled collab “Theraflu.”
But that song isn’t the first time the rapper has called out Kim in song. It’s the third! So, in the spirit of America’s newest sweethearts (sorry, Jay and Bey!), here’s a roundup of each instance West has included his current girlfriend in his lyrics.
When Kim Kardashian announced her divorce, it stirred up some feelings for country singer Miranda Lambert, who just married fellow Nashville star Blake Shelton in May.
“I just kind of feel sorry for her in a way,” Lambert tells CMT.com. “In another way, I don’t. Because you get what asked for. Living that kind of a lifestyle, you know that you’re gonna have backlash. I think that it’s stressful enough to get married for regular people, like Blake and I, and I can’t imagine all that pressure on her.”
Lambert added that it’s sad that the divorce has made headline news when “there are way bigger issues to deal with.” And maybe those “bigger issues” include her new album, For the Record? “If it wasn’t for her,” says Lambert, laughing, “I probably would have been on the cover of USA Today.”
Lambert recently talked with EW about her own commitment to Shelton, acknowledging that he was married when they first got together, and she shrugged at tabloid rumors that their early relationship may not have been totally faithful. “When we said those vows, I already forgave him,” she said. “If it’s true or not, I don’t care, and he feels the same for me.”
All that matters, she said, is the promise they made on their wedding day: “My parents have been married 33 years. My mama always said this for as long as I can remember, and I said it to Blake before we got married: ‘Divorce is not an option.’ Blake’s mom and dad have both been divorced a couple of times and remarried, and so it’s a whole different thought process on his part. But what I’ve brought to the relationship is, you don’t quit. And one fight does not equal this is over.”
For more on Lambert, including her obsession with Oxygen’s Snapped and her latest hobby, bow-hunting, check out the issue of EW that’s on stands this Friday.
Kim Kardashian is a brilliant entrepreneur. Anyone who can reportedly make almost $18 million off their own wedding is clearly doing something right.
But don’t let the fact that she’s a newly-married millionairess confuse you: As the preview for her new music video proves, Kim Kardashian is still extremely capable of writhing around a humid air vent while wearing clothes so revealing that actual nudity would be tame by comparison.
The song is called “Jam (Turn It Up)” and as near as I can figure, all of the lyrics are “Turn me up, turn me up. Turn me, turn me, turn me up” (think Ke$ha, without all the socially-conscious undertones). I’m hoping that, in the actual video, Kim actually lets her butt sing, Ace Ventura-style. Watch a preview here: READ FULL STORY »
This morning, reality TV mini-mogul Kim Kardashian confessed to Ryan Seacrest she had some butterflies about the impending world premiere of “Jam,” her first official single.
“I think it’s only normal for me to be nervous,” she said on Seacrest’s KISS FM show. “I’m only human. I’ve never sang [sic] before.” (She’s not counting the song’s unofficial premiere two months ago at a club in Las Vegas.)
Of course, whether or not “Jam” qualifies as a real singing debut is up to the listener: READ FULL STORY »
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