Keeping his album’s promo and party going, Miguel drops off his latest video featuring highlights of his girl Naz’ recent b-day gig. “I wanted to capture that unmistakable, unavoidable, unapologetic energy behind epic nights,” Miguel tells Rolling Stone. “This video is a wild montage of my favorite moments within a single day of celebration. Real memories created amongst real friends and real family.” Editor’s Note: It would thrill us more if Rolling Stone, VEVO and BET players were user friendlier to embed.
Nicki’s got a gun? Following her spat with Mariah Carey on American Idol, MiMi told Barbara Walters this morning that Nicki said, “If I had a gun, I would shoot the (inaudible) bitch.” After the broadcast, Nicki repudiated the comment via her Twitter account. Her shit bangs. Hey yAll. Lets just say nicki said smthn about a gun. ppl will believe it cuz she’s a black rapper. Lmao. I’ll then hit up Barbara n milk it. Ironically no camera or […]
Instead of a live performance for the 8th title off Bobby Ray’s Strange Clouds, we get a look at the calm before the storm. Enjoy the tour.
A few weeks ago, Roscoe Dash ranted on Twitter for not receiving songwriting credit on Cruel Summer and other songs. On Sway In The Morning, he says his name was omitted due to a typo. A typo?
No sleep until Jet World Order 2. But before the compilation album arrives on November 20, the Jetters boast their hardwork on the project’s lead single.
The Boss Hogg takes a break from the Live From The Underground tour and shoots a visual behind his Rozay interpretation. Sidebar: This was filmed in Canada.
Two of Hip-Hop’s most influential groups may soon march their way into the music museum in Cleveland. Along with Donna Summer and The Marvelettes, N.W.A. and Public Enemy have been nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Ceremony takes place at L.A.’s Nokia Theatre on April 13. Good luck, brothers.