Rapper Ryan Leslie may have kept his pockets full with the launch of SuperPhone, ( a service available via app or web that helps users filter multiple conversations while managing social media apps), but he continues to bless the mic as well, as fans will hear on his latest single “The Wonderful Ones”. Shot in the Panorama Villa, the latest addition to Jamaica’s GeeJam Studios, which has hosted Drake, Rhianna, J. Cole, and Alicia Keys previously, the video follows Leslie and Victoria’s Secret model Daniela Braga as they enjoy the good life in Port Antonio. Leslie told Billboard magazine that the song celebrates the lifestyle and independence that being Superphoned as afforded him. “The Wonderful Ones” is the latest installment of Leslie’s “MZRT Lifetime” album, where members of the multi-hyphenate’s private music club contribute anywhere from $1 to $1000 per song for access to a new song from him per month for life. Leslie isn’t only enjoying the fruits of his labor. He’ll also serve as executive producer of Rich Homie Quan’s debut album along with Lil Wayne. Warner/Chappell CEO Jon Platt and veteran songwriters/producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff are among the trailblazers who will be honored when the National Museum of African American Music hosts “My Music Matters: A Celebration of Legends”. The Third annual luncheon will be held on May 6 at the Renaissance Hotel in Nashville TN. Gospel singer Pastor Shirley Caesar and TV One chairperson Cathy Hughes will also be honored. The honorees were announced this morning via Periscope by NMAAM president/CEO H. Beecher Hicks and recording academy chapter presidents Dyana Williams and Shannon Sanders. Williams and Sanders will also host the luncheon, which will be one of several events comprising “My Music Matters Week” in Nashville. “My Music Matters: A Celebration of Legends Luncheon”, with presenting sponsor the Renaissance Hotel, serves as the premiere fund raising event for the National Museum of African American Music’s educational programs and community outreach. With wife Kim Kardashian recently accepting a late pass and joining Snap Chat, it looks like the West family may be finally catching up with the times. While Kanye West’s Twitter usage has quadrupled since he began playing the name game, he isn’t stopping there. It looks like he may join others with a smartphone and make an Instagram account. His Twitter use is interesting and his rants are unconventional, to say the least. He definitely isn’t here to have others tell him what to do. LL Cool J has jokes. Within hours fans went from assuming he was hanging up the mic to now knowing he’s back in the game stronger than ever. After going on a now deleted Twitter rant, the legendary rapper turned actor announced he was retiring then announced he was coming out of retirement to “massacre the rap game”. He also revealed that he’s “starting a new album”, which makes sense, considering that he’s been collaborating with rapper/producer Dr. Dre on some new music. And not a moment too soon.