The day before Count & Moonie drop their new project, Green Lantern kicks things off with a recordring featuring Meek Mill produced by the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. Now Or Neva, drops tomorrow.
Since BET left him out of their cipher, Mistah F.A.B. takes matters into his own hands in the streets of Berkeley, California and does what he does best for the camera.
For DeAndre’s latest freestyle, he brushes his shoulders off over Drake’s “Headlines”. Off SB’s mixtape, Skate Boy which he released earlier today.
Meek Mill has sure come a long way since last year. And on Friday, he returned to the Wells Fargo Center for Power 99 FM’s annual Powerhouse concert. Here’s a recap along with Big Sean, DJ Khaled, Jadakiss, Tyga, Ace Hood, Freeway and more.
Cool and Dre hipped me to their new artist a few weeks ago and I finally got a chance to check out this video he made about a year ago. As you’ll soon see, dude has passion, strong subject matter and he can spit. Look out for a new visual this week. But in the meantime, get familiar with one of hip-hop’s much-needed new voices. UPDATE: A message from Dre after the jump. Rap music is a mirror of our […]
Some of you niggas actin’ like hoes. On Friday night, Kendrick Lamar
RCA’s latest signee
Niggas are everywhere, you ain’t never there. But in Miami, the Mayor of Dade County hops on The Throne’s Hit Boy-produced track. dgb
Uh, nice bandana, B. For his new viral, Lil B picks up the pay phone to make his final call before heading to the clink. Off his Black Ken mixtape. Says Brandon: PLEASE THINK BEFORE YOU MOVE,
[vodpod id=Video.15621567&w=540&h=350&fv=] Jermaine appeared last night on Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus show on FUSE. If you remember, Cole beat out the band for the number one spot on Billboard a month ago. Interesting. Performance footage here. yardie