Fredro and Sticky redeem themselves here after their mediocre performance at Hip Hop Honors. The real Black Rock slowly regains its pulse. Looks like Dame lit a fire under these guys. Where’s Sonsee?
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.3748017&w=425&h=350&fv=] Can’t get a enough Birdman, huh? Well, you’re in luck. Grab some popcorn and sit through 30 minutes of Stunna traveling from Florida to New York. While in the Big Apple, he stops by the Universal building, kicks it with Jay Sean, and even flosses his gun permit. Too bad Wayne left home without his. Props: 305
B.o.B. invites us into the stu as he listens to his forthcoming street single, “I Feed These Streets.” Lucikly for Bobby Ray, I dine on good music.
“My unit ain’t Guerilla, shit!” Two of Curtis’ favorites partied up in Cail last Thursday. Good footage of the Officer doin’ “Boss” and Chuck Taylor performin’ “Put You On The Game.” Gotta be hard for dude to perform when so many lyrics in The Documentary no longer apply. Oh well. *Kanye shrug* Heads Up: DJ Sour Milk Bonus: Flicks from the “Gangsta Shit” shoot.
Ok one mo’ from Jay-Z’s DJ Hero press conference today. This quote he gave NYMag is priceless: “I think after a year with DJ Hero I’m gonna start D.J.-ing parties like Q-tip and all those guys. I already got a whole plan: I’m gonna work on this for a year, then I’m gonna get me a little Serato set, work on that for another six months. Then I’m gonna find out who makes the most. I’m gonna charge double that. […]
On this edition of Sex, Cameras, & Hip-Hop, Nip Hussle The Great gets grilled about his experiences between the sheets. Listen up and hopefully, you won’t go out like Willie Lump Lump. 57thAve
Amerie kept her word and today released that Loso feature off her November 3rd release, In Love & War. The Prince of the R&B collabo is typically strong here and the sample helps the track go down smooth. The Buchanans are back! Spotted: UHTN