Watch Mariah Carey & Jussie Smollett’s ‘Infamous’ Duet on ‘Empire’

Following several teases, Mariah Carey finally made a guest appearance on “Empire” last night.

The superstar’s character Kitty joined Jussie Smollett’s Jamal Lyon for “Infamous,” a poetic and catchy new love song, produced by Jermaine Dupri.

“All things are possible,” Smollett sings. “Come drink my cup, it overflows / Right now, we face the sunrise of love.”

Mariah comes in with her iconic vocals from there. “Your body closes in on mine,” she sings. “Wishes break in and justify / Sweet hurricane of love flowing with the tide.”

In its third season, “Empire” is continuing its streak as a star-studded show. Xzibit and Romeo Miller are also guests this season. Meanwhile, Mariah is set to premiere her new E! docuseries “Mariah’s World” on Dec. 4.

Watch her and Smollett’s “Infamous” duet below.


Rap Radar Podcast: Lecrae

God’s Favorite

There’s a war going on outside and Lecrae is putting himself on the front line. In addition to his contribution on The Birth of A Nation soundtrack, the Houston native raged against the machine with an emotional freestyle at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards. Weeks before his Destination Tour, the Grammy award winning stops by to talk about his religion, misconceptions, celebrity, independence and more. Subscribe HERE.

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Beanie Sigel Drops Meek Mill Diss Track "I'm Coming"

Beanie Sigel dropped diss track “I’m Coming” aiming at fellow Philadelphian, Meek Mill. The song reportedly aired Thursday morning [October 6] on Power 105.1. After a public falling out between the two, Beans was assaulted by members of Meek’s Dreamchasers, and since then the two have taken subtle and public jabs at one another through interviews, social media, and now music. Check out the song above.


Benzino: Dave Mays & Myself Never Get Props for What We Did in Hip Hop

Benzino spoke exclusively with VladTV about the downfall of The Source after he and Dave Mays left the magazine. He also said that while the magazine was long thought of as the standard for hip hop news, Benzino stated that he and Dave never get their deserved props in the industry.

During the conversation, Benzino also spoke about the importance of his relationship with Dave Mays, and how their different backgrounds made for success with The Source. He added that after they left the magazine lost its core and started to go downhill.

You can hear more of what Benzino had to say in the above clip.