After 30 years on air, New York’s 98.7 Kiss FM ended their run this weekend. The station was the the first to adopt a hip-hop format. DJ Red Alert had been with Kiss since since its early days and gave his final mix Saturday night. After the jump, read his message lifted from his Facebook page. Sidebar: NY Times Article
Last night, Abel brought his U.S. tour back to NY for a sold-out crowd at Bowery Ballroom including Puff in attendance. Above is footage of Mr. Tesfaye’s “Wicked Games” courtesy of Sowmya.
[vodpod id=Video.16446617&w=540&h=350&fv=] On Friday, Rozay, Wale and Meek brought their MMG talents to the Motor City. Here’s a visual recap from their performance at the Silverdome courtesy of Iceberg Beatz. Stay tuned,
We out here tryna function. And last Thursday, 40 water performed at West Hollywood’s Key Club and brought out the city’s own YG for their collabo. The Block Brochure is available here.
Last night, Ice Cube and Mystikal were just a few on the bill for 93.5 KDAY’s Krush Groove 2012 at the Gibson Amphitheater in LA. Above, Mystikal performs his new single while that bad muthafucka named Ice Cube goes solo for the N.W.A classic below. The West Coast Jawn has more footage here.
With the NFL rounding up the new talent last week, Ace provided the musical entertainment during the NFL Draft party at NYC’s Niketown on Friday night. Football season has returned.
Look out Tony Stark. With a Black Sabbath sample on deck, Reggie Noble gathers his usual suspects for their new recording. Sounds like Gilla House came to the rescue.