As summer unwinds, Mac will keep his Macadelic Tour going with special guests YG and Travis Porter starting September 13 in Louisville, KY. Purchase tix here. See if it hits your city after the jump.
Ladies, 8Ball has all the time in the world. So in his
Frankie kept his channel ORANGE tour going last night at New York City’s Terminal 5. Above, he runs through the album’s track 9. If you weren’t in attendance, check out more clips from the show below.
While chatting with AHH, Havoc finally comes clean
With DJ On Point on the 1s and 2s, Prodigy takes to the mic and becomes the head nigga in charge for this week’s BET freestyle series. H.N.I.C. 3 in stores now. Previously: Slaughterhouse
Robbing a Dollar General isn’t exactly a big pay-day. That’s why Strange Music’s Stevie Stone and Yelawolf run up in the jewelry store next door in their new video. Great cinematography and song. That chorus will probably be stuck in my head for the remainder of the day too. Stevie’s album Rollin is available here.
The Untouchable Maybach Empire are at again and this evening, comes a new video for Rozay and Gunplay’s remix. As long as nobody reports the nudity shots, the vid should live through the night. Self Made Vol. 2 available here.
Young Jeezy and his CTE comrades fired up the camera and gave an in studio performance for their new posse cut. Real niggaz do real things.
It’s a new day and 50 Cent has new music featuring Dr. Dre. Strangely enough, Alicia Keys claimed this as her single last month. No backsies? engineroomaudio
Mary J. Blige’s debut 411 turns 20 years old tomorrow. But today, the boombox interviewed the Queen Of Soul on her two decade old achievement. “Wow, I mean to celebrate that accomplishment of the 20th anniversary of What’s the 411?… it means everything because it was the beginning of everything that I do. It was the beginning of the 20-year career span that I have. Just the longevity and the fanbase and the building of that. The first shows, being […]