Earlier today, Travis Barker began shooting his next video at the Avalon in Hollywood for the first single off Can The Drummer Get Some. Here are some snaps with Game and Swizzy. Rozay and Weezy, where art thou?
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After their performance, The Source caught up with Rick Ross to discuss signing Wale and Meek Mill to his Maybach Music empire. Rozay also weighs in on being labeled as one of the greatest beat selectors in the game. After the jump, Mr. Folarin elaborates more on his deal. His chain heavy. Ha!
In December, Banko announced he was prepping the release of his second installment of The Cold Corner. And while performing at the Key Club in Hollywood (8:20 mark), he confirms its dropping in two weeks. Better dress warm. hhnm
[vodpod id=Video.5945684&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] A blunt, a cup, and a couple of bad bitches. That’s all Waka Flocka needs in this world of sin. Here’s his latest film in support of his mixtape, Salute Me Or Shoot Me 3. Just another day in the life of Juaquin Malphurs.
Where we going to for breakfast? Well Em and actress Sasha Grey went to a roadside diner and hotel in L.A. this past Wednesday to begin shooting Recovery‘s next video. Directed by Joseph Khan. More flicks courtesy of Eye Prime below. hhnm
A new supergroup has hit the scene consisting of: The Cool Kids, Freddie Gibbs, Chip Tha Ripper, Blended Babies and occasionally Bun B. With production mainly done by the Blending Babies, the tandem have already recorded tracks together since Gibbs’ “Oil Money”, Here’s their latest offering with Nate Santos on the hook. fsd Sidebar: Hypemen Podcast 27: Freddie Gibbs
You can’t bring a knife to a gun fight, but Yayo and Maino pair up and put on Orenthal James’ mittens on display. Produced by Havoc. New Tony Yayo mixtape coming soon. This sounds nasty nasty. thisis50