This wasn’t televised, but here is Yeezy’s 808s & Heartbreak’s cab anthem live. You can find this as a bonus clip off Kanye’s VH1 Storytellers CD/DVD.
This wasn’t televised, but here is Yeezy’s 808s & Heartbreak’s cab anthem live. You can find this as a bonus clip off Kanye’s VH1 Storytellers CD/DVD. Follow those street lights to the stores and pick it up today. Props: Andrew Barber Yesterday: Kanye West ?aranoid?x ?omecoming?(VH1)
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.4353791&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D468312%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A468312] In between Banks’ set at B.B. King two weeks ago, he tells the crowd that his new album is scheduled for a summer release. Let’s see how this pans out. Props: 1515 Boys
I’m a convicted card-carrying member of Team Snowman, but I must admit La Flare won me over this year. Yes, I enjoyed most of his seemingly endless collabos, but it was his album that truly surprised me. During an advance listen from Asylum’s Joey IE, I marveled at his new array of flows. Yeah, his lyrics still aren’t hip-hop quotable worthy but he sure puts them together well. Plus, he’s such a charismatic collaborator. Whether he’s gettin’ “Wasted” with Plies, […]
Curse the day that the man from Marcy suggested to Alan’s baby boy that he get Young Money’s Barbie on this booty track. I swear this Nicki chick is real hit and miss. And here’s she’s off like John Starks in an NBA Finals game. “Ball like Yao Ming-a-ling”? Get the f-f-f-fuck outta here! But the real blame of this earache has to go back to the funky Caucasian. You couldn’t tell dude this track wasn’t fires. (Pardon the terrible […]
Your daily fuckery for the day comes from Diddy and Rick Ross’ Ciroc party this past weekend in Sin City. According to a Bossip party goer: Models sneaking in Diddy’s section; Nelly breaks a chick’s phone; Puff hollers at a groupie before Cassie comes down in her jammies regulating. Ha. Footage of this anyone?
Hip-hop’s top cop wasn’t taking any prisoners last year. In the midst of controversy and severe backlash, Ross was shielded by cinematic production and clever wordplay on his third time out. He tried to bury his comp with “Valley of Death” but seemingly brought life to “Maybach Music 2”. He kicked endearing fables (“Rich Off Cocaine”), taunted foes (“Mafia Music”), and laughed in the face of danger (“Gunplay”). With the odds against him, Rick proved that good music runs deep. […]