(Def Jam Recordings/MusiqQueen) – Def Jam artists Iggy Azalea, Common and August Alsina headline the all-star musical roster inspired by the hit franchise Love & Hip Hop. VH1 LOVE & HIP HOP: MUSIC FROM THE SERIES, is available everywhere on August 19th, one day after the climactic season three finale of the series airing Monday night. The lead single from the soundtrack, August Alsina’s “No Love,” launches to radio on July 14th.
In addition to August Alsina (“No Love”), and Iggy Azalea (“F**k Love”), a host of stars from across the urban spectrum will be featured on VH1 LOVE & HIP HOP: MUSIC FROM THE SERIES : Gary Clark, Jr. (“Things are Changin'”), Emeli Sandé (“Maybe”), Matisyahu (“Live Like a Warrior”), Anthony Hamilton (“Sucka For You”), Trey Songz (“Heart Attack”), and many others. The soundtrack will also include “Love & Hip Hop” cast members Stevie J (“DNA”) and K. Michelle (“Can’t Raise A Man”). (See track list below)
VH1’s hit series “Love & Hip Hop” debuted in 2011 and became an instant success and pop culture sensation. “Love & Hip Hop” and popular spin-off “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” give fans an unfiltered look into the lives of those aspiring to make a name for themselves in the music industry. These movers and shakers will stop at nothing to get to – and stay – at the top. The much buzzed-about series delivers its signature brand of drama, music, temptation and love Monday nights at 8PM on VH1.
VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop” is executive produced by Mona Scott-Young for Monami Entertainment and Toby Barraud and Stefan Springman for Eastern TV. Susan Levison, Nina L. Diaz and Vivian Gomez are executive producers for VH1.
VH1 LOVE & HIP HOP: MUSIC FROM THE SERIES – the soundtrack:
1. Iggy Azalea “F**k Love”
2. Trey Songz “Heart Attack”
3. K. Michelle “Can’t Raise A Man”
4. August Alsina “No Love”
5. Emeli Sande “Maybe”
6. Gary Clark Jr. “Things Are Changin'”
7. Janine and the Mixtape “Hold Me”
8. Anthony Hamilton “Sucka For You”
9. Neyo “Lazy Love”
10. Stacy Barthe “Flawed Beautiful Creatures”
11. Sebastian Mikael “Forever”
12. Matisyahu “Live Like A Warrior”
13. Common “Real” feat. Elijah Blake
14. Stevie J ft. Snoop “DNA”
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About Def Jam Recordings:
Def Jam Recordings was founded in 1984 and has represented the very best in cutting edge music and youth culture for 30 years. Def Jam Recordings began as a maverick independent label inspired by a punk ethos and the emerging sound of hip-hop; pioneering iconic stars like LL Cool J, Slick Rick, The Beastie Boys and Public Enemy. Over the following two decades, Def Jam established its dominance with acts like Jay-Z, DMX, Ja Rule, Method Man & Redman, Ludacris, Rihanna, Jeezy, and Kanye West. Now in its 30th year, Def Jam’s music and lifestyle has grown into a global brand – synonymous with creativity and authenticity – encompassing a diverse roster of marquee and emerging stars that includes Kanye, Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Rick Ross, Frank Ocean, Iggy Azalea, YG, Afrojack, 2 Chainz, The Roots, August Alsina, Jhene Aiko, and others.