Thanks to some glitch in the matrix, our interview with Jaheim never hit the internet. But don't fret my pets, we'll get it up one day this week. In the meantime we can revel in Jaheim claiming the #1 spot on Billboard with his third cd Ghetto Classics.
When you check the names of Jaheim's first two cds Ghetto Love and Still Ghetto you quickly see a theme emerging. Jaheim is ghetto. And after 152,000 sold it's a good thing. In our interview, Jaheim's responses were filled with one liners, nothing as eloquent as found on his new cd but hey we take what we can get.
Mario on the other had is looking for less hip hop influence and more soulful yearnings on his new cd. Apparently he has enlisted Jermaine Dupri, Alicia Keys, Neyo (who wrote on "Let Me Love You") and a ton of others to be on his next cd. Thankfully there was no mention of Jamie Foxx.
And speaking of Mr. Foxx instead of casting his new love interest Gabrielle Union as the lead in his new video, he went with CoverGirl Eva Pigford. Not a bad choice. Ms. Pigford will be featured in the video for "DJ: Play A Love Song". Watch footage here.