[vodpod id=Video.7968944&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] A few months ago Bobby Ray gave his take on Lloyd’s single. And now they release a lyric video for it, which includes some more behind-the-scenes and tour footage. King Of Hearts coming this June. Siderbar: “King Of Hearts” Album Cover thisisrnb
During yesterday’s listening session at HK Lounge, Pill and Rick Ross decided to recite their collabo off Self Made. Album in stores Maybach 24th.
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[vodpod id=Video.7962439&w=425&h=350&fv=videoId%3D929690218001%26amp%3BlinkBaseURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.amctv.com%2Famc-news%2Fvideos%2Famcs-first-look-at-hell-on-wheels%26amp%3BplayerID%3D83327935001%26amp%3BplayerKey%3DAQ%7E%7E%2CAAAAAAuyCbQ%7E%2C-gfAmfm8njJ8S-9E4q2UfzG931rvkxuP%26amp%3Bdomain%3Dembed%26amp%3BdynamicStreaming%3Dtrue] Common will return to the small screen on the AMC original series, Hell On Wheels. Depicted after the Civil War, the show: “tells the epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on a Confederate soldier (Mount) who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who have killed his wife.” No word if Com will have a reoccurring role, but he plays “Elam”, a freed slave working on the railroad. (Peep him at the :40, :43 marks) […]
Ask and you shall receive. Prodigy revealed last week on Twitter that he and Havoc were working with the L.E.P. Bogus Boys. And yesterday EASTSIDESTEVIE caught them with P at Infamous Studios in NYC. Here’s to bridging the gap. fsd
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At this point, you’re probably asking yourself, “Who’s Dino Delvaille?” Well, for those that don’t know, he’s the guy that signed Cash Money Records to Universal. In the clip above, he recalls his first meeting with Birdman and after the jump, he speaks on how Juvenile’s “Ha” came to pass. al lindstrom