Last week, Complex chopped it up with Rakim Allah. During their interview The 18th Letter touched on his recent Rock-N-Roll Hall Of Fame Nomination. Inductees will be announced soon, but it’s not too late to cast your vote here. Recently, you were nominated for a spot in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. What was your reaction when you heard the news? I was speechless. You can almost say, “Yeah, I made it,” getting nominated to that right there. It’s […]
[vodpod id=Video.15657976&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Wiz Khalifa has started a new vlog series and in his latest video, he travels to Snoop’s house to work on their upcoming project, Mac And Devin Go To High School soundtrack.
Drizzy is back in his hometown tonight and stopped by Toronto’s Flow 93.5 to premiere a new cut from his album featuring The Weeknd. We love this one. Take Care November 15. Radio rip for now. ak UPDATE: CDQ version.
Mastered: engine room audio Earlier today, DJ Kast One premiered the remix to one of Banko’s new tracks, now featuring a verse from A$AP Rocky. Dress warm, Cold Corner 2 drops Tuesday. Tracklist after the jump. info
Welcome to the family Nicki. Yesterday, Willow and Nicki Minaj began shooting the video for their collabo. Before the full product fires up our video player, here are a few quick first looks from the set.
From tube to the recording booth, Deph Naught (Daniel Kelly from the TV show Degrassi) displays his rap skills and calls upon one-half of the Slaughterhouse crew for his new track. Watch out Aubrey. hhnm
With his fellow OFWGKTA crew looking on, Frank kicked off his first solo tour last night at the House of Blues. Above, he serenades the crowd with “American Wedding”. Below, he’s “Thinking About You”.
Last night, Taylor brought her Speak Now tour to Minute Maid Park and brought out Nelly for “Just A Dream”. In the past previous months, Swift covered Em and brought out Nicki, Usher, Tip and B.o.B. Hip-Hop Hooray!
Now this is an interview. Ozone‘s Julia Beverly caught up with Webbie at WalMart Wally World where he spoke on the controversial BET ban. Afterwards, he reenacts the incident with an employee. After the jump, Webster shares his political views on Occupy Wall Street, voting, Obama, Hurricane Katrina, and the 9/11 conspiracies, which resulted in him getting kicked out. Quotes for days, man.
After bringing the “Swag“, it’s still no days off for David Banner. For his new single, he puts in that work along with Don Trip. By the sounds of this, we hope The Make Believe Album is right around the corner.