Despite yesterday’s heat, The Wu comes through and cooks things up on Governors Island with OB4CL’s ode to 31 flavors. Watch these rap niggas get all up in yo guts. Previously: “Shame On A Nigga”
Author: Big Homie
Here we go yo. During Tribe’s set they performed one of the greatest collabos ever and brought out Busta to recite his breakthrough verse. Missed it? Heel up, wheel up, bring it back, come rewind. Previously: “Clap Your Hands”
KRS-One and True Master are set to release their joint album, Meta-Historical next Tuesday. Here’s what we gon’ do. Hit y’all two days early with track 14 featuring RZA. Bong bong! hhnm
Like Curtis Jackson, Robyn Fenty has had a twitter, but no more ghosttyping for Ri Ri. This past Friday, the Barbados beauty started socializing on the network herself. Although her ex Breezy deleted it, reports are he responded to her first tweet. Glad the keyboard was the only thing he hit this time. Read ’em below. forbez
“They were boys from the suburbs, not boys from the hood” When this smart-ass, wannabe with a mushroom head was 17, the prankster battled crews in a group called Suburban Threat and pushed his own mix CDs while working at Best Buy. His name is Asher Roth and he’s the best. You bought your sweatpants at Ross cause you shop for less. Mama knows best. yardie
The Diggster definitely got big shoes to fill. And on the nation’s fastest mobile broadband network’s latest ad, the sounds of Mr. Simmons is ringing off on everyone’s cellular device. Great expectations indeed.
Now that Fantasia is back in the swing of things, she performed at Rain in the Palms Casino in Vegas last night. She addressed her recent suicide incident (1:05) and Snoop Dogg joins her on stage (1:22) during her rendition of Aretha Franklin’s “Rock Steady”. What it is, what it is, what it is. rap-up
Let’s start recording! Banks says he is all for Joe Budden’s Mood Muzik 4 collab and weighs in on the challenge Joe Beezy put out to Fab. Loso also speaks more on the upcoming feature as well. We can’t wait. rtny
Kiss and Styles got the whole hood behind them for the latest video off The Champ Is Here 3. Coincidently, Jada’s dropping his next album of the same name soon. Let’s hope it lives up to its title. wshh
[vodpod id=Video.4329626&w=425&h=350&fv=] Thursday night, Em made his return to St. Andrews Hall for the Red Bull Emsee Battle. Though he didn’t perform, Crooked I, Nickel Nine, Joell Ortiz, and Joe Budden did and the folks over at Flying With Da Fishes managed to capture some of their set. “Sound Off” with the crew after the jump.