Busta’s protege gives a visual interpretation to Drake’s instrumental. Blessings be upon The Conglomerate.
A few weeks back, Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI held their annual Big Jam concert. Moonie and Count were on the bill and did their one-two thing. Check out their post performance interview here.
[vodpod id=Video.15937930&w=540&h=350&fv=] Does this guy ever take a break? Apparently not. Khaled was recently in NYC on his pre-Kiss The Ring Tour. Here’s film from his time in Harlem and an appearance at B.B. King Bar & Grille. Kiss The Ring coming soon.
DJ Khaled patiently waited to work with Aubrey Graham and when he finally got his chance, Drake blessed him. His killer hook here set the tone for the summer and his Take Care comeback. And don’t sleep on the verse. “What’s up with these new niggas? And why they think it all comes so easy?”. He playfully jabbed at his fellow young MCs over his buddies T-Minus and 40’s filtered funk. Should Drizzy have kept this hit for himself? Fuck […]
Dr. Dre’s headphones have struck a cord with the folks at PETA. His company, Beats By Dre, recently collaborated with fashion house, Oscar De La Renta on a limited edition line. Each headset is adorned with silver fox fur. Shortly after, PETA got wind of the design and sent Dre the letter below.
Guess every team doesn’t come complete with niggas like ours. Ty Kidd Previously: Feelin’ Myself More after the jump.
How this wasn’t the lead single release off Self Made, we’ll never know? But what we do know is Meek Mill and Jahlil Beats are a good combination. This is audio adrenaline anchored with a cannon-like boom. Fuck keepin them instrumentals to yourself. This beat got Jah a deal with Roc Nation and he shared it with the world. Still with everyone from Childish Gambino to Tha Dogg Pound trying to grab a piece of the shine, none have touched […]
Once again, Maino gazes into his crystal ball and gives us his predictions for this year. Hopefully, the release of The Day After Tomorrow is in his future. nick
Time and time again, Eminem proves why he’s one of the best to ever clutch a microphone. On Yelawolf’s “Throw It Up”, he anchors the track with clever couplets, witty limericks, and an undying penchant for fast food ,“I’m a rapper/ Then I wrap her/ In the head/ With a Whopper, that I bought from BK/ You expect me to be proper?” Nope. Have it your way, Marshall.
Kirko Bangz is now prepping the release of his new mixtape, Progression 2: A Young Texas Playa which will be dropping on January 19th. But until that day comes, here’s a new track from the project featuring Paul Wall.