One half of The Cool Kids drops off a new freestyle over Travis Porter’s “Bring It Back”, which serves as the first offering off his upcoming project, Premier Politics. ao
Pardon the heavy bass, but while performing in Tel Aviv, Israel, the Bieb went into his Shawty Mane mode again, this time rapping along to Breezy and Busta’s verses on “Look At Me Now”. ru
[vodpod id=Video.6108896&w=540&h=350&fv=mediaKey%3D1ed65fd4-28d7-4403-be06-0c526e7b60da%26image%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fcdn.wbpp.warnerbros.com%2Fu%2Fessence%2Fus%2Fvideo%2F2011-04%2F13%2F041311_jillscott_still.jpg%26origin%3Dembed] After Black Thought, Meek Mill and others kick a cipher, Ms. Scott and E-V-E take front and center court at the Cecil B. Moore Recreational Center in this new clip. Off Jill Scott’s Light Of The Sun. essence
Mr. Folarin and his labelmate, Maybach Milly trade bars back-and-forth on the latest cut off Self Made. Album in stores May 24th.
[vodpod id=Video.6100197&w=540&h=350&fv=key%3Df1a84606b7] Nasir Jones got comedian Colton Dunn’s mind playing tricks on him in the latest sketch for Funny Or Die. Previously: Drake
The one and only cut with features from Dom Kennedy’s recent release makes its way on to the big screen for our viewing pleasure. If you haven’t done so yet, get familiar with The Original Dom Kennedy here.
Santigold: In this song, “GO” has a dual meaning. On one hand it’s a challenge, beckoning any would-be usurpers to come show and prove. On the other, it’s a call to myself to rise to the occasion. “Go” is a “fun” song. It’s playful, but like many of my songs, lyrically it was an opportunity for me to vent. It’s about the difficulties of holding onto what’s yours, everything from your ideas and energy, to your confidence. Jigga’s URL […]