Kendrick dusts off his photo album for the cover art of his debut album. Peep the front of the deluxe version after the jump. Good Kid, m.A.A.d City drops October 22. hhnm UPDATE: Should have known: [tweet https://twitter.com/kendricklamar/status/246672668957487106]
Crooked I sure does these with ease. But in front of the Eiffel Tower, he is joined by Joell Ortiz for a nice slab of bars.
In support of his It’s My Time mixtape, Ca$h Out punches in his grind with a sexy psychiatrist before getting lucky.
From the poor education system to the uncontrollable violence in the Chi, Mikkey addresses his city’s ongoing issues over Lil Durk’s “L’s Anthem”.
Keeping the streets on lock, Houston’s highness demands the royal treatment in the video for his Street King album’s title track. Directed by Jordan Tower Films.
A-S-S-A-U-L-T, do you know what that mean? It means a Simple Battery & Robbery charge for Webster after allegedly kicking a woman down two flights of stairs then robbing her for $340. However, a rep for Webbie tells TMZ, the allegations of assault are false, but admits his client took the money, which was rightfully his. Webbie was released on a $9,000 bond.
[tweet http://twitter.com/bdotTM/status/214730922698866688] Three months after its theatrical release, VH1 gave a broadcast premiere of Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap documentary. Directed by Ice-T, the film explores the origins and growth of Hip-Hop with interviews and performances from plenty of our pioneers and a few of our present artists. The DVD can be purchased here. yardie