“I’m so hot even Summer play it cool around me” Los continues to play jackin’ for beats. And he obviously does a good job at it. For his latest victim, he takes Jeezy’s record and gives it a touch of his own. dj ill will
Waka on autotune? Yuck. Other than that, his Brick Squadron bring plenty of eye candy for their new video. Off that DuFlocka Rant mixtape. R.I.P. Slim Dunkin.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.11100323&w=540&h=350&fv=quality%3Dbest%26amp%3Ballowfullscreen%3Dtrue%26amp%3Bscale%3DshowAll%26amp%3B] A few weeks ago, Birdman turned 43 and brought the celebration with his YMCMB family to LIV nightclub in South Beach. Ain’t no party like a Stunna party, cause a Stunna party don’t stop. derickg
While we mourned the passing of Biggie Smalls last Friday, we also celebrated the 3rd Anniversary of Rap Radar on East Village Radio. Here’s a visual aid of what you might’ve missed. Some photos after the cut courtesy of Stark.
Dream has gone on the record and said “Fancy” is the best song he’s ever created. And last night at S.O.B.’s, he performed Love vs. Money’s magnum opus for the very first time.
Move over you money launderers. Fresh off the release of their new mixtape, T.I.P. and his new band of misfits make their cash disappear in their new video, which is also featured on TIP’s mixtape. Ta da!
The life of an average Joe blows. To hear Glasses Malone tell it, he goes from having something to nothing with his new track. Blue Lighting 2 coming soon. sermon
“I haven’t done a show in close to two years. And ever since then, there’s like, four niggas that sound like me now. I’m just being honest.” Shots fired. This Weeknd weekend, The-Dream held an intimate concert at S.O.B.’s. With Jay-Z and Beyonce in attendance, Dream ran down his long list of hits and ballads. He even performed “Fancy”/”Right Side Of My Brain” for the first time. Later today, he flips the script and channels Terius Nash, but until then, […]
Inspired by that ol’ Shaquille O’Neal movie comes Action Bronson and Party Supplies’ new mixtape. No famous guest appearances, but you can check out the project in its entirety after the jump. complex
[vodpod id=Video.16211341&w=540&h=350&fv=] Recognize the guy in this clip? Ha! MTV dug in the vaults and found a Volume 1 era interview with Jay-Z. He speaks on his chemistry with the Notorious one and the difference between Ready To Die and Life After Death. Sidebar: Diddy Names Favorite Track On Life After Death