After numerous delays over the past few years, Obie Trice will finally release his third album on February 28. Pre-order the album here. Bottoms up! hhnm UPDATE: Tracklist down bottom via Nav 1. Bottoms Up (Intro) 2. Going No Where 3. Dear Lord 4. I Pretend 5. Richard (Feat. Eminem) 6. BME Up 7. Battle Cry (Feat. Adrian Reeza) 8. Secrets 9. Spill My Drink 10. Spend The Day (Feat. Dre Skidne) 11. Petty 12. My Time 13. Ups And […]
Ne-Yo has parted ways from Def Jam and moved over to Motown Records. He’s also been pointed Senior VP of A&R. He will be releasing his fifth studio LP this summer under his new home. I’m honored that I’ve been given such a prestigious title and trusted with such responsibility; terrified because I know that playing this role in the fashion of one of my career role models, Mr. Smokey Robinson — these are big shoes to fill. But trust, […]
What’s realer than real? How about a new video from Ace Hood and Rick Ross? Off Ace Hood’s The Statement 2 mixtape and directed by SpiffTV. Standing ovation! wshh
Inside his laboratory, Wiz invites us to his smoke fest as he, Juicy J and Lola Monroe (and her iPhone) give their portrayal of the Fugees’ hit. Hey, it’s just the way the Taylors rock when they’re doing their thing.
With his new album, Locke High 2 now available, Terrace Martin drifts off in la la land with the video to one of his standout tracks. Smooth sailing.
The self-proclaimed king of New York makes his rounds in his new video. If it isn’t to your liking, stick around as old man Pap previews his “Alphabetical Slaughter Pt. 2.”
Young Buck is back on his bullshit and teams up with DJ Crisis & Producer Drumma Boy to give us his new mixtape. Tracklist and download link after the cut.
French Montana made his first appearance on Angie Martinez’s afternoon drive. Here’s what went down. Break 1: Speaks on new found celebrity and upcoming NY Giants “Shot Caller (Remix)”. Break 2: Appearance on “Stay Schemin”, Rick Ross, and turning down G.O.O.D. Music deal. Break 3: Comments on Drake vs. Common beef and meeting Rihanna.
As part of OKP’s “The Roots Of” series, Q-Tip traces his native tongue back to the Motherland. He later discovers that his ancestors were from West Africa. After the jump, ?uestlove and Black Thought find out their ancestry.
Although XV and Trae Tha Truth find themselves in the city’s most dirtiest junkyard, they reload