Featuring Marcus Manchild, Paul Wall keeps his Wednesday music series going with his latest installment. Let’s hope she likes this one too. Last Week: “Money“
Esco’s It Was Written turned 15 years old back in July. And in a recent interview with XXL, he reflects on his sophomore album. What was your inspiration for
Niggas dyin’ here. Shots flyin’ every time of year. Ty Kidd Previously: Flashing Lights
Consequence takes the long way to the top in his new video. We would’ve waited for the elevator. The track’s off his latest mixtape, Curb Certified which you can download here.
Mac continues to make history and closes out the year with his single “Donald Trump” crossing the 500,000 mark. Haters, keep getting mad. Ha! Blue Slide Park in stores now.
Still ain’t nothing sweet over here but just more free music from Crooked I. And today, he tries his hand over Common’s controversial record. Sweet baby Jesus, he went in!
2 out of 4 ain’t half bad at all. Just a week after taking over the Highline Ballroom, one half of the Slaughterhouse performed last night at S.O.B.’s and here’s a recap provided by DJ Zeke. Sidebar: Joe Budden Cans Featured Presentation
While on Sunset Boulevard at Saddle Ranch, a fan decided to sing Ri Ri’s track, “What’s My Name”. To her surprise, Drizzy came up as well to sing his verse on the song. Not to be confused with this. kc
[vodpod id=Video.15878468&w=540&h=350&fv=] While on the set of Wale’s “Slight Work“, Big Sean told MTV that the G.O.O.D. Music album is nearly done. He then says we can expect his sophomore album this Spring. “We’re gonna do the G.O.O.D. Music album first; we been working on that. So, me, Kanye, Cudi, CyHi, John Legend, Common, Pusha T, everybody on G.O.O.D., Mr Hudson: We’re all working on a new project; it’s almost done. We’re going to London to finish it up and […]
In the final clip from Al Lindstrom’s 2011 year end round table, the brain trust picks the 2011 Most Valuable Player. Say what you want, but those MMG guys had one helluva year. Previously: Rookie Of The Year l 6th Man Of The Year