“Modern day Freddy Krueger with a ruger” Y’all niggas want the real? Well how about Fred The Godson’s raps over the Dark Man X’s classic track? City Of God hosted by DJ Drama arrives November 14.
To help usher in their next album, Undun, The Roots will release three videos each Tuesday at 12:06 leading up to its release on December 6. But first, here’s the video for “Make My“, sans Big K.R.I.T. okp
Off her Diamonds Are Forever mixtape, the Diamond Princess pulls out her heels and steps on to the dance floor for her new clip. This visual is any guy’s best friend.
I’m to hip-hop what Obama is to politics. Ty Kidd Previously: Back To Business
[vodpod id=Video.15647339&w=540&h=350&fv=videoId%3D1258624306001%26linkBaseURL%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.xxlmag.com%252Fvideo%252F2011%252F11%252Fworld-premieretech-n9ne-who-do-i-catch-video%252F%26playerID%3D735056479001%26playerKey%3DAQ%7E%7E%2CAAAAj36EHhk%7E%2C2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj–UUJCXbI03wJZIun%26domain%3Dembed%26dynamicStreaming%3Dtrue] Welcome to Strangeland is currently available now. If you haven’t got acquainted with the compilation album yet, here’s the visual aide to one of Tech’s solo tracks off the project. xxl
Time for some Slime. And with Scram Jones behind the boards, Vado lets go of his new street single off his upcoming Slime Flu 2. You better get it right.
Off The Evil Empire’s Trending Topics 2 Interstate Traffickin, Stunna shows his reach with Radric and Uncle Bun tagging along. Y’all talk about it. They live it. Be’lee dat. Mr. X UPDATE: Almost two years later, the Scarface-remake now sans Gucci will appear on the Rap-A-Lot 25th anniversary boxset on December 6 via Complex.
[vodpod id=Video.15646962&w=540&h=350&fv=] For Tyra Banks’ ANTM episode on Wednesday, the contestants had to write and shoot their own music video and Game made a cameo during the show to help direct their visuals. And, action!
Don’t call it a comeback. Well, actually, you can. Jeezy held a listening session for TM 103 last night inside an intimate room at Quad Studios. Despite the setbacks, pushbacks, and everything else in between, the album is worth the wait. It’s less political than The Recession but more diverse than TM 102. The tracklist has been updated as well. Highlights include Jill Scott’s jive talk on “Trap”, “OJ”, the radio-ready “Leave Ya Alone”, “Smoke And Fuck”, and of course, […]
[vodpod id=Video.15646542&w=540&h=350&fv=affiliateSiteId%3D176704%26widgetId%3D495995%26width%3D628%26height%3D386%26playOnLoad%3D0%26revision%3D131%26js%3D1%26autoPlay%3D0%26mediaURL%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.bet.com%252Fvideo%252F106andpark%252F106guestrewind%252F106park808-common-s1%252F_jcr_content%252Fleftcol%252Fvideoplayer.mrss%253Ftype%253Dembed%26allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26] Common returned to 106 & Park yesterday afternoon to promote his new series, Hell On Wheels. He spoke on debuting on the New York Times Bestseller list, Happy Feet, and the excellent “Blue Sky”.