Freeway plans to release his latest collection of music on October 25. But before the curtains open up, here’s the cover art and the official announcement below.
Instead of releasing a new track, Mac Miller dropped off a mixtape to commemorate his 1 millionth follower on Twitter. Your 13 titles and download link after the cut. Now that’s love.
After suffering a seizure earlier today, Rick Ross attempted to still make his show in Memphis tonight. TMZ reports he suffered another seizure on this second flight and the plane was landed in Birmingham, Alabama. He’s currently in a Birmingham hospital and is listed in stable condition. Slow down, Rozay.
[vodpod id=Video.15552285&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] With Colin Tilley behind the lens, Red Cafe along with Rozay and R-Les bring us their new visual for Red’s new single. Let’s hope Cafe’s album will be hitting the streets sometime soon.
The sun is under my feet and I come in peace to compete. Ty Kidd Previously: Turn It Up
For some folks, the quicker the better. And for the latest take of Miguel’s radio smash, Big Sean adds a few of his raps to the official remix. Sorry, Twista. idolator
[vodpod id=Video.15551356&w=540&h=350&fv=] Picking up where she left off, Erykah Badu keeps the movement going with the second installment, directed by Creative Control. Ms. Badu, the floor’s yours: “The first movement is called ‘Recovering Undercover Over-lover.’ It actually sums up the whole album, because I’m talking about love and emotion – ‘I need you to do this,’ ‘I want you to do this,’ ‘You make me feel like this,’ ‘Why don’t you feel like this?’ It’s typical of how you feel in relationships. […]
Slim The Mobster teams up with fellow Dr. Dre protege Kendrick Lamar over Big Sean’s “My House”. Slim’s War Music drops November 8th.
Their money is never funny. And for Waka’s latest video, he and his fellow Brick Squadrons remind us their pockets stay swole. Off last year’s LeBron Flocka James 2 mixtape. wshh
[vodpod id=Video.15551179&w=540&h=350&fv=] DB is a pretty familiar face in activism. During his 2-hour presence at yesterday’s protest in Manhattan, the Mississippi native spoke to MTV while in Zuccotti Park. One of my only criticisms of hip-hop right now is that we all … have become so corporate that people don’t even feel like we’re a part of the people especially rappers and punk rockers. People always felt like we were them, we were their voice.” Yesterday: Forbes Interviews David Banner