No that isn’t Obama at the 1:12 mark, it’s Ghostwridah. And he goes green, in the accompanying visual to his G.O.O.D. Music attempt. Wridah sure sounds great over this Hit-Boy beat.
While most of us are addicted to spending money, Gucci and Young Scooter have an illegal way of making it. Gucci Mane’s Trap God drops October 17.
Produced by Premo, Busta and Styles P get their mics dirty with Lil Fame and Termanology. This can be found on Fizzyology, which drops November 6.
With Harry Fraud providing the soundtrack, Curren$y shows off his opulent lifestyle in his new film. This is off the tandem’s Cigarette Boats EP which you can download here.
In support of the film’s soundtrack arriving on October 23, the Mash Out Posse and Pharoahe join the Ironman for its latest offering. The movie drops in theaters November 2. Lights out. hhdx
DJ Scream breaks out the green screen for his new video featuring some of your favorite rappers below the Mason Dixon line. Long Live The Hustle is scheduled to drop November 20th, but at the end of the film, Scream says it’s “coming soon”. Stay tuned.
While covering a range of topics with Montreality, Slim reveals the title of his joint project with Z-Ro, A King & A Boss. Hopefully, we get that soon, but in the meantime, listen to their track “Summertime” here.
Waving their flag and pouring out a little liquor, Capone and guest Malc deliver their latest musical clip. Produced and directed by Roads-Art. 57thave
Magician David Blaine performed his latest stunt Friday at NY’s Pier 54. Blaine stood on a 20-foot-high platform for three days surrounded by a million volts of electricity. Pharrell joined in on the act by shooting the volts from his keyboard. Pretty electrifying, ay? nytimes
Not biting his tongue for no one, T-Pain sounds off on the game in Stoic‘s new video, directed by himself. It’s the good, the bad and the ugly. Bday and mixtape release party after the jump.