Rapper-singer K'Naan has worked with a number of high-profile musical artists for his most recent recordings, including Nas, U2's Bono and Nelly Furtado. K'Naan stopped by the Wall Street Journal to discuss his new work with WSJ Blogs editorial director Christopher John Farley. He also talked about why he asked Mitt Romney's presidential campaign to stop using his hit song "Wavin' Flag."
Although she's featured on Is There Anybody Out There? by K'naan, it's actually been a few years since Nelly Furtado released a full record, with 2009's Mi Plan! Until now! Ch-ch-check out the singer's just-released new single, Big ... Read Post
K’naan and Nelly Furtado‘s new track “Is Anybody Out There” is this week’s pick for JustJared.com and 102.7 KIIS FM‘s JJ Music Monday! The Somali-Canadian rapper and poet teamed up with Nelly for the catchy track – it’s the first si... Read Post