Lupe Fiasco drops the track “Next To It” ft Ty Dolla $ign. The beat has a jazzy sounding drum chopped up with a low sounding bell in the back that makes the track have an old school feel with a new school flavor. Lupe raps pretty hard on this one even though it could be… Read more »
Ferguson, Missouri Mayor James Knowles speaks with CNN about the Michael Brown incident and the violence and looting that has occurred since the murder of the pre-college teenager, who was gunned down just days before his first days of college and who was unarmed.
The Migos freestyle on the Heavyweights Radio show with Mike XXL. While the Migos kick a couple rhymes they come with their choice cigars and styrofoam cups for the freestyle. Tune in to Heavyweights Radio Wednesday night at 6pm pst on http://www.Breal.tv w/ @djtrulyodd x @whoismikexxl
Lesser Oceans dropping soon.
Tha Carter V is on the way. Until then, be on the look out for Weezy and Drake coming to a city near you for their Drake Vs. Wayne tour.
Well that wasn’t long. After releasing the mp3 a few days back, DJ Khaled wastes no time and delivers the full visual for his new single Hold You Down featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future and Jeremih. His new album I Changed Alot is in the works and will be coming soon.
After recently inking a deal with Ear Drummers, Rae Sremmurd decides to release the official video for their hot single No Flex Zone. Produced by Mike Will Made It.
As a few of us wait for Sosa to drop his upcoming album Bang 3 on September 30th, he is already giving a few of his tracks on the tape the video treatment. Down below we get the first look at some behind the lens action from his upcoming visual featuring Rocky called Superheroes. A$AP Rocky might have the best verse on the whole tape, no pun intended.
Official video from Bando for the official remix to his single Sex You.
Greatness is on the way.
Walking Legend out now.
My oh my, how can you not love this girl? Don’t worry I’ll wait.
Scion AV presents the official music video for THX “Everythang” ft. Bad Lucc, Problem and Travis. In a career spanning over a decade THX has openly embraced every genre of music which, fuels his own diverse creative output. Influenced by the clean and tight production of DJ Quik, the ingenuity of Moby and Mark Ronson, as well as Rick Rubin’s constant re-invention, THX has grown to a consummate producer and as such has had the good fortune to work with artists including Busta Rhymes, Chris Brown, E-40, The Clipse, David Banner, Snoop Dogg, Warren G, and Problem, just to name a few.
Before wrapping up their interview with Statik Selektah, Ab-Soul and Retch were put on the spot and freestyled for the cameras.
New album dropping September 23rd.