I went and got my own work when nobody was hiring. Ty Kidd Previously: Back Against The Wall
Before Casey got to work in the lab with Chuck Inglish and BJ The Chicago Kid, he warms up for the camera. Give the drummer some—and Casey too.
For those of you keeping up with the Kardashians, DeAndre is keeping up with Kim on his new track. Unfortunately, this is pretty much a thumbs down. Bonus: On a serious note: “Stop Kony”
Seems like Too $hort ain’t letting up with these new videos. You might remember him already releasing this video, but today he gives us the alternative version with Sir Michael Rocks.
A few days ago, K.R.I.T was a guest for Sway and Dev’s morning gig. After speaking on trending on Twitter, he gave a live performance of the project‘s title track. After the jump, he keeps it going by running through a couple of personal favorite cuts.
[vodpod id=Video.16183642&w=540&h=350&fv=si%3D254%26amp%3B%26amp%3BcontentValue%3D50120854%26amp%3BshareUrl%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.cbsnews.com%2Fvideo%2Fwatch%2F%3Fid%3D7400627n] If you’ve been skipping class, 9th Wonder is sharing his knowledge at Duke University. With Professor Mark Anthony Neal, the producer assists the Sampling Soul course, educating the role of African American Music in the Civil Rights movement. mtv
After Kanye’s models ripped the runway during his fashion show in Paris on Tuesday, Flocka made their ass clap with his performance during the venue’s after-party. xzone
This guy certainly needs no introduction. Last night, Young Guru was the latest guest on The Combat Jack Show. Interview beings at the 35:19 mark. The Roc is in the building. iTunes
Giving up is never an option. And for Big K.R.I.T.’s new video, directed by Va$htie, he offers words of encouragement. Do remember to, download 4Eva N A Day here.
It’s about to go down. Tonight, it was announced that 50 Cent will headline the Shady 2.0 SXSW Showcase and perform his classic debut, Get Rich Or Die Trying in its entirety. Slaughterhouse will also be in tow. The Next Phase showcase, presented by RapRadar, will also feature Big K.R.I.T., Schoolboy Q, Action Bronson, Don Trip, S.T.S. and The Foodchain. It all goes down Friday, March 16th at the Austin Music Hall. More info here.