When you’re living the fast life, there are no limits. And for Silkk The Shocker, he tries to catch the momentum (and beat) for his new music video.
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Like his fellow MMG comrade, Wale wants Tupac back. And for the first installment of his #elevenoneleven music series, he lays his raps over Mr. Shakur’s classic. More coming soon. Previously: “Chain Music“
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. With that being said, K-Dot and Jay Rock pair up again, this time off the upcoming Bastards Of The Party soundtrack which drops on August 30. hhnm via 9th element
Shortly after his Ustream—and two takes, Jermaine follows his love and basketball to the house party for the video of his first single. Cole World: The Sideline Story drops September 27.
It’s a twister. It’s a twister. Inspired by The Wizard Of Oz, Cons sits in the director’s seat and gets a few things off his chest (again). Movies on Demand 3 begins this Friday.
No, Mr. Green did not jump off the ropes half-naked, but he did perform “Bright Lights, Bigger City” and “Forget You” during WWE’s SummerSlam in L.A. Lady Killer in stores now. mwp
Turn the music up in the headphones. With Beats By Dre providing the instrumental, Shad takes a shot at Khaled’s summer anthem. If you haven’t heard, Green Light 4 is out now.