Howdy partner, here’s a quick promo clip for Bad Meets Evil’s Hell: The Sequel. EP drops June 14th.
Today is Allen Iverson’s 36th birthday. And what better way to celebrate than on SLAM‘s 150th issue. Once again, A.I. is shown with the afro and a vintage Philadelphia 76 Sixers uniform. Below is an excerpt, but the entire feature is available to peruse here. On newsstands now. SLAM: Even if it impacted you negatively, you never conformed. AI: And a lot of that’s a bittersweet feeling. A lot of those things make me feel good, but I think I […]
Imagine paying to watch a music video. Well kids, before YouTube, there was The Box. MTV rarely broadcasted hip-hop and VH1 was stuck on Meatloaf, so The Box charged up to $3.99 per clip. You’d have to order the video via your remote control. Back then, that was some extraordinary shit. Wu-Tang Clan were staples on the channel and often had their videos played. Here’s an interview they did on the network explaining their origins and Do-It-Yourself motif. Funny how […]
[vodpod id=Video.10409966&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] After taking the stage with Breezy at Summer Jam, Sean tells XXL backstage that he plans to release a new mixtape. No title or date yet, but it will feature leftover tracks possibly including a Nas collabo. Finally Famous drops in 21 days.
It’s a G-Unit reunion and during Lloyd Banks‘ set at Summer Jam this past Sunday, Banko brought out Prodigy and Havoc for a recital of “Shook Ones Pt. 2″ and “Quiet Storm”. At least P’s back on the Summer Jam screen for a good reason.
From the nose bleed seats at the Air Canada Centre, Jermaine performed a new track while opening up Ri Ri’s Loud tour. At the 1:50 mark he also flips Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up”. This song definitely could use some revamping. UPDATE HD via HG