TheGlitoris' Top TraXXX for the Week of November 2

Top traXXX for you to get your whacks.

TheGlitoris' Top TraXXX for the Week of November 2

Mmmmm grrrrrrllll, we got some good sh*t for you to ass clap to. U figna' be blown away.

This week, Cee-lo Green of Gnarls Barkley success, released a brand new preview for his upcoming single "Bright Lights, Bigger City." This is the second single off his new album, The Lady Killer, which is due out November 9.

The Haus of Glit (aka our office) has been listening to Ceelo's new album on repeat. Every song is pretty catchy, nothing too progressive though. It's more of an old-fashioned template, like Ceelo's version of Amy Winehouse's Back to Black album.

Another November album release that's making us wet, comes from, Mizz Nicki Minaj. Nicki Minaj has rapped on 22 music videos, yet hasn't released an album on her own.

In 2008, the she-rapper was named, "Best Female Artist," at the Underground Hip Hop Music Awards. Since the notoriety, she was signed to Young Money Records, which is owned by Li'l Wayne. After meeting (rapping with) all of Li'l Wayne's friends, Minaj will release her debut album, Pink Friday, on November 22. This past weekend she released "Roman's Revenge" via itunes. The track features Eminem, and is the fourth official single from the album. Nicki and Cee-lo top off:

theGlitoris' top traXXX for the week of TuezGay, November 2:

1. "Bright Lights, Bigger City" Cee-Lo Green

2. "Roman's Revenge" Nicki Minaj featuring Eminem

3. "Th?nk" TRONIK YOUTH

4. "Shake Right" b.e.b.

5. "Sacred Temple" N.E.R.D.

6. "Through the Prism" Designer Drugs

7. "Waulking Song" Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

8. "Son of a Gun" Oh Land

9. "Losing my Patience" Shit Robot

10. "Never Stop Dancing" Golden Bug featuring Esser

This upcoming weekend, Join theGlitoris.com & Knuckle Rumbler, for a special Fun Fun Fun Fest After Party at the Scoot Inn, featuring performances by b.e.b., Katey Red, Queen DIVA herself, and Austin's own Christeene.

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