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YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Whitney Houston – “Exhale”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer When a big name passes away, usually there is so much speculation about their death, their life is overlooked. There is a big reason why Whitney Houston dying was such a big deal. Few artists dominated music how she did. Whitney Houston emerged in the 1980s and

Sit Down, Be Humble and enjoy’s list of the top songs of Summer 2017 [VIDEOS]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer Quite a bit took place, during the summer of 2017, but Cardi B ended up being the winner. That says a lot in a summer where Chris Brown came ready for business, DJ Khaled put in his second straight career year, Future, Kendrick, and French did work.

HHV Video of the Week: Young Thug ft. Future – “Relationship”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Since 2014, Young Thug has dropped several big records. However, he didn't release an official album until two years later. This summer, he offered Beautiful Thugger Girls as his latest album and he delivered a massive single. At one point, there were rumors of Young Thug and Future

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Queen Latifah – “U.N.I.T.Y.” #STAR

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Tonight, Queen Latifah makes her return to "Star," as Carlotta. Early this year, "Star" premiered, in full, and became one of TV's most-captivating shows. Long before she was ever an actress, the Queen was a groundbreaking femcee. Queen Latifah is a legend in entertainment, a true force

HHV Video of the Week: Kodak Black – “No Flockin 2 (Bodak Orange)”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Throughout the whole summer, a lot of fans have accused Cardi B of stealing Kodak Black's momentum on "Bodak Yellow." Whatever happened, Cardi B did her best to make amends. Earlier this week, she offered the "Bodak Yellow" remix with Kodak giving a verse. Also, Kodak Black

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: 2Pac ft. K-Ci & Jojo – “How Do U Want It”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer When Tupac died, he was literally at the peak of his career. Over time, he was increasingly building a cult following, but Tupac was starting to get commercial looks. Easily, "How Do U Want It," with K-Ci and Jojo, was the biggest single of his career. The

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Missy Elliott ft. Ginuwine – “Take Away”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Sixteen years ago, the urban music world took a major hit, when that plane crash took Aaliyah. Then, only a few weeks later, the 9/11 attacks really tested America's morale. Years later, music has evolved, and New York City is stronger than ever. Few people were hurt

HHV Video of the Week: Safaree ft. Sean Kingston – “Paradise”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Every week, Safaree has dominated Monday nights. Since last year, he's been a part of "Love & Hip Hop Hollywood," where he has formed quite the crew. He has made friends with A1, Lil' Fizz, and Daniel Gibson, sharing most of his scenes with them. Between his

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Destiny’s Child – “Say My Name”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer In 1999, Destiny's Child was the hottest phenomenon in the music industry. Following the success of "No No No," doors really began to open for the group. They ended up going through some upheaval, with member, LeToya Luckett, leaving and Michelle Williams joining. 297597