[vodpod id=Video.15677369&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Despite the controversy currently surrounding Penn State, Drizzy kicked off his Club Paradise Tour at the university last night with Kendrick Lamar and A$AP Rocky. Above is film of him performing “Make Me Proud”. More footage after the cut. Take Care next Tuesday.
Even though Ja is behind bars at the moment, he is still going to be releasing his new album, Pain Is Love 2 sometime in 2012. For now, take a look at the official artwork. Double your pleasure.
Oh my! Produced by WillPower, The Fader throws up Yelawolf’s new track featuring Shady’s general and Gangsta Boo. Yeah hoe, Yela’s three-for-three. You ain’t ready for it bitch! Radioactive 11.21.11
A minor change from the track sans Imam Thug. Nonetheless, Nutso gathers his fellow Queens crew and takes it to the borough for the visual aid. We see you too Cormega. 57thave
Welcome to the winners’ circle. Recently, DJ Suss One rounded up the whole team for the video of his posse cut. Here’s a look from the set sans the boxing champ Money Mayweather.
Heavy D’s Hip-Hop Soul influences stretched as far as the Left Coast. And adding to the Overweight Lover’s tributes is DJ Quik. We miss you, Hev!
Coincidentally, yours truly was in Oakland recently. Great city. Anywho, Fabby Davis Jr. attended the Occupy movement in his city last week and kindly dropped a freebie in front of the cam. Good deed, good bars.