Mac Miller was at the Nokia Theatre last night in Los Angeles. He gave another live performance of his forthcoming album’s new track and coughed up the title. Hopefully we get the mp3 soon. 99point1percent
[kyte.tv appKey=MarbachViewerEmbedded&uri=channels/449330/1699461&tbid=322951&p=5296&height=325&width=540] After making a mint with his custom snapbacks, fashion designer 40oz Van made his radio debut on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. He spoke on his popular Tumblr page and entrepreneurial acumen. In 12 hours, he says he pocketed over $70,000 from his latest limited release. Hustla—bad muthafucka.
Pimpin ain’t easy. But for 50 and Too $hort, they reconnect and make it easier than it sounds on Fif’s new release off Street King Immortal. engineroomaudio UPDATE: CDQ
With a clear mind and as focused as can be, Sai plants his flag with his latest offering off his forthcoming, The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread & Circuses. Album drops November 6.
[tweet https://twitter.com/ducidni/status/253274948196499456] We’ll definitely hold you to that Scottie. After teasing fans a week ago, CuDi drops off his self-produced track in its entirety. And he’s rapping. Indicud coming soon. complex
Backed by The Roots, Kendrick made his late night TV debut on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon with a live performance of his single. good kid, m.A.A.D city drops October 22. Drank!
Mac Miller spreads love to his clique on a 14 minute posse cut. Here’s the order in which they appear: Bill The Kid, Franchise, Willy Whip$, Vinny Radio, Peanut, G-Reg, Big Homie, Q, Larry F., Treejay & The Cigarillos, Goldie Glocks, Clockwork, and babyscumbag. That’s a lot of muthafuckas. Most Dope is the family, so respect the conglomerate.