Obie’s long-awaited album Bottoms Up is finally arriving on April 3. For his latest single, he two-steps his way and puts his mack in his raps. Ladies, tell your boss, you’re leaving early for this one. vibe
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Breaking up is hard to do. But Robin Thicke helps ease the pain with Lil Wayne in his new video. The visual is straight, but the song is perfect. Pretty ill how his scatty flow meshes with the acoustic backdrop. Buy Love After War here.
How you hating on a nigga that wanted it more than you? Ty Kidd Previously: Under Pressure
Lil Wayne pulled a no-show last night on Jimmy Kimmel’s program. But as they say, the show must go on. Instead of canceling the segment, he threw a wig on a studio audience member and told him to pretend to be Weezy. Ingenious idea, Jimmy. brokencool
Jermaine returned to Fayetteville, North Carolina today to kick off his Dreamville Weekend. So what better way to cap off the day than with a new record, produced by Elite. You can check out footage of him accepting his “J.Cole Day” proclamation here or raw footage after the jump.
Here’s something we all can fuck with. Freddie keeps the neighborhood hoes on speed dial with his new cut featuring Problem and his fellow CTE 211. It ain’t no fun if the homies can’t have none. bootlegkev