Last night, Nickel Nine bodied the Sound Academy stage in Toronto. Above he runs through a few cuts from his catalogue including “Legendary”, “Writer’s Block” and more. More clips by Graham Butler below.
[vodpod id=Video.15939712&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Although Drake isn’t featured in the official version that you see on TV, MJB finally releases the alternate take, now including Mr. Graham. Nothing wrong with that. My Life II in stores now. And oh yeah, Happy Born Day, Queen.
Paul Wall puts down his “2 Cups” from last week and middle fingers y’all with this week’s #PaulWallWednesday track.
Sugar Tongue Slim flips Gotye‘s track then walks and talks in his latest clip for his series of takes. Do remember, his GOLDRush project coming soon.
Before Red Cafe releases his new mixtape, Hell’s Kitchen he sends off the official remix to his new single with Diddy, which now features Dos Chainz & French Montana. How fitting. x Sidebar: Ace Montana
Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s daughter, Blue Ivy isn’t even a week old and is already making history. According to Billboard, she becomes the youngest person to be charted, with “Glory” entering at #74 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. She’s credited on the record as B.I.C. Hey, everyday a star is born.
It almost feels wrong that we didn’t pay for Frank Ocean’s Nostalgia, Ultra. Released for free at the top of the year, Frank turned the tables on traditional R&B and hipster cool. He clipped the Eagles’ wings on “American Wedding” and challenged the status quo on “We All Try”. “Swim Good” was excellent, but then there was “Novacane”. An easy bass and a melodic hook caught everyone’s attention and helped give Def Jam’s red-shirted rookie the push he needed. Ultra […]
When Meek signed to Maybach Music Group early last year, he proclaimed his goal to be the rap game’s undisputed rookie of the year. With two hits “Tupac Back” and “Ima Boss” locking the streets down, Meek proved he can hang with the best of them on his latest street collection. On this DJ Drama-hosted mixtape, Meek dropped numerous dope freestyles including his version of Future’s “Tony Montana” and probably the best “Niggas In Paris” take to date. Meek even displayed his art of […]
After his very public break-up with Ms. Milian, The-Dream had a change of heart. Dropping the stage name and going with the government instead, Terius decided to release an album independently for free 99 and it was beyond well-received. Def Jam mad? With his swag back, Mr. Nash finally shed his last tear and got back to doing what he does best—make hits. The emotional roller coaster ride begins on his melancholy opener “Wake Me When It’s Over”. He later […]
2 Chainz’s buzz got a new lease on life in 2011. After dropping his Tity Boi alias, he rebuilt his fanbase and released last year’s most entertaining recording, T.R.U. REALigion. Much of Chainz’s popularity can be traced to his infectious remix with T.I. for his local ATL sensation, “Spend It”. What he lacks for in skill set, he makes up for in charisma. In fact, it’s his presence that anchors cuts like, “Letter To The Rap Game”and “Viagra”. Elsewhere, he […]