Luu Breeze & with Toronto producer Boi-1da (2010 Grammy Nominee producer of Eminem – “Not Afraid”, Drake – “Forever” & “Best I Ever Had”. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne & more) in the studio listening to single “I Ain’t Going To Jail” from Luu Breeze’s – “Topic of Discussion” EP album.
Buy or Steal Luu Breeze’s debut EP album “Topic of Discussion” on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010
Frederick’s of Hollywood is excited to announce the debut of a sexy new collection of swimwear, “Hollywood Sizzle Pool. Party. Swim.™” launching at stores in summer 2011. The world-renowned lingerie purveyor will show the entire line for the first time to press and buyers during Miami SwimShow July 17th-20th at the Miami Beach Convention Center. In true Hollywood style, Frederick’s is rolling out the red carpet to celebrate the hottest new swimwear in the industry with an official launch party on July 17th at Mynt Lounge, Miami’s most exclusive celebrity hotspot. Guests can view the collection on Moulin Rouge inspired dancers while listening to performances by DJ Julian Ingrosso and DJ Keidy.
Camu Tao, the legendary MC, producer, and singer, whose life was tragically cut short on May 25th, 2008 after a protracted battle with lung cancer, will have his debut solo album and final statement, King of Hearts, posthumously released on August 17, 2010 as a collaborative release between Fat Possum Records and Definitive Jux. Described by friends, peers and colleagues as “wild, proud, loving, tough, outspoken, spontaneous, and brilliant,” Tao was a creative powerhouse whose output was as staggering in its scope of influences as it was emotionally evocative. El-P describes King of Hearts as “raw, exciting and unlike anything anyone has heard”. Even newer school rappers feel the impact of Camu’s work, “These songs are so before their time it’s ridiculous” says Kid Cudi. Cage sums up the album as “a masterpiece in the making.”
The record marks a departure from his former works, most notably as it finds Camu favoring a distinctively playful, semi-soul croon as well as the off-kilter and wild rapping that earned him a reputation among peers and fans as an innovative genius. Musically King of Hearts delves into realms of gritty, electropunk pop, alternately veering between the dark carnival-esque and the sublimely summery. Pleasantly disorienting electronic tones cascade and pulse as dense, propulsive beats build a solid foundation upon which Tao constructs immensely hooky and infectious choruses. Written and produced by Camu himself, King Of Hearts is the last vision of a criminally underrated talent in the midst of a major artistic breakthrough cut short before being fully completed.