How about some G.O.O.D. Monday music? There still isn’t a definite release date for Sean’s Finally Famous Vol. 3 mixtape, but in the meantime, here’s a new track off the project courtesy of XXL. yk2
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[vodpod id=Video.4341436&w=425&h=350&fv=] Featuring cameos from Missy and some of your favorite ol’ school Hip Hoppers, Jazmine parties like it’s the 1989 win her latest video. Love Me Back in stores October 5th. Hold her down, y’all. os
Maino does not plan to lose and with the first leak off his upcoming DJ Drama mixtape, The Art Of War he gets his sports anthem on. The sound of victory. Scram Jones on the beat. nr
Will we ever see the R.E.D. Album? Who knows. But Taydoe TV caught up with Chuck and Calvin during their recording of “Trading Places” off the Brake Lights mixtape. West, West.
Not only did Nas perform with Lauryn Hill on the D.C. leg of Rock The Bells yesterday, but Nas also joined Shallah and Tony Starks for their OB4CL collab. Best footage on the block!
During Kingdom Come‘s creation, Hov made another record with Coldplay’s Chris Martin besides “Beach Chair”. Hov initially rhymed these vocals to the HP Commercial drums. Later on, he used the lyrics on Hot 97 and “Lost (Remix)”. Here’s Green’s take from his Invasion Radio 2K10 mixtape. Update: Full mixtape below.
Everybody wants to rule the world and yesterday at the Merriweather Post Pavillion, Ms. Hill brought out Nasir for their It Was Written duet. Imagine that. Earlier this month, Tone of Trackmasters spoke with the NY Daily News on how this track came about. Nas featuring Lauryn Hill – “If I Ruled The World” “We could have went and got Mariah Carey – we could have gotten anybody – but Lauryn Hill was hip-hop certified and she was right on […]
In celebration of MJ’s 52nd birthday yesterday, Spike Lee held his 2nd annual Brooklyn Loves Michael Jackson Birthday Celebration in Prospect Park. Snoop was there and performed a tribute in honor of the King Of Pop. Various footage of the celebration after the jump.
A week ago, Kellz released his most nostaglic record to date And now, he’s back with the accompanying visual. David Ruffin, is that you? Ha! Love Letter arriving soon.
Before the bar closes, the last call is on Playboy Tre. We can drink to that. Tracklist and download link after the jump. tumblin erb