Over Just Blaze’s instrumentation, Cam’Ron pours out a lil’ liquor for Huddy 6. Hud passed away two weeks ago in a car accident on the George Washington Bridge. missinfo
Banks’ new album The Hunger For More 2 drops November 22, the same day as Kanye and Nicki. And in an interview with Rap-Up, he explains how the posse cut, “Start It Up” came into fruition. Vroom vroom!
[vodpod id=Video.4754273&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D589579%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A589579] Now that the MTV has named the Hottest MCs In The Game The Queen of Crafts speaks on the Kings of Rap. Martha Stewart says that Eminem deserved the top spot. “I don’t know if he’s in the game but I think so ’cause he has an album that’s, like, close to the top of the charts. It’s always been Eminem. I don’t know why, but it’s always been. [He’s] huge, huge, huge.” Not to be outdone, she […]
Last Thursday, Peedi, Jakk Frost, and Free brought the ruckus in Philly and delivered their set of bars over an M.O.B.B. instrumental during Duck Down’s 15th Anniversary show. It’s the real.
For the final tune of his impromptu set, Kanye rocked his current single to the crazed cheers of the intimate crowd. Shit, he even took care of Pusha T’s verse for good measure. Good times! Sidebar: Photos courtesy of Kirillwashere and Mel D. Cole
Last night Nicki was in my neck of the woods for the D.C. leg of her Pink Friday tour. Above she makes her entrance reciting verses off your favorite radio tunes. Hey, the bass was high, but her verses turned me on and her pants were mighty fitted, uh, damn!
As stated earlier, Mr. West wasn’t the only surprise guest A-Trak had planned for his Fool’s Gold party at the Brooklyn Bowl. Witness the Wu Swordsman run through the title track from his classic second album and his tribute to ODB below. Clan in da front—forever.