Last night, Heineken held their Red Star Soul Event here in the Big Apple. Performances included Biz Markie, Estelle, Wale, Ludacris and special guest: Nas. Check out more clips after the jump.
University of Kentucky’s the fuckin’ best.
Salutes: J Rod
The last time Robert was at the Garden, he was hit in the face with some pepah spray. Well, last night he avoided any confrontation and stepped in the name of love. Untitled drops this December.
New Marshall off DJ Hero Renegade Edition. In stores October 27th.
Update: Now with CDQ.
For the second time this month, Iron Mike appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Today however, the sitdown was broadcasted live. After recapping his previous convo, they were joined by Evander Holyfield. More after the bell. Ding!
As the week closes, here’s more footage of Birdman across the pond. In this clip, he fields a couple of reporters’ questions. Afterward, his amigos tour the city.
Y’all niggas better bundle up.
“People need to be near a computer on 10/17 at 10:17 p.m. — DJ Drama, DJ Scream and DJ Holiday, The Cold War, a three-part series, three tapes,” Drama said, calling the new mixtape series “very worldly. It’ll definitely make sense. Look for some big records on there. All original [songs].”
DJ Holiday adds: “Gucci wants to flood the streets, takeover,” DJ Holiday said. “The mixtape is called The Cold War, and it’ll be a three-part series, [subtitled] Gucci America, Burr Britian and Burr Russia.”
Here’s the second visual from J.Cole’s documentary with Karen Civil. If you haven’t noticed, the clips were shot over the course of this year. His performance of “Grown Simba” was documented this summer at his mixtape release party.
Answer: No. Apparently daddy’s little girl is upset that she wasn’t included in Def Jam’s Hip-Hop Honors ceremony last Tuesday. For those born under the Clinton Administration, Nikki D was the label’s first female artist.
Previously: N.O.R.E Felt Left Out At Hip Hop Honors