The Olympians aren’t the only ones breaking records. With 2 Chainz’ “No Lie” landing this week at #1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts, Drake’s assistance earned him a total of 10 #1s passing Jay-Z’s 9. Drake is also the current record holder for most #1s on Billboard’s Rap charts. In February, “Make Me Proud” earned him his 11th passing Puff. How’s that for a new Drake record?
While in Arizona for his Live From The Underground tour, K.R.I.T. swung by Bootleg Kev’s show to speak on his Def Jam debut, project with Yelawolf, getting booed and everything in between.
Word on the curb is that Puff is in talks to become one of the next judges on American Idol. If his addition is anything like it was on Making The Band, this might be worth watching. New season begins January 2013.
1982’s 2012 has been in stores and for one of the standout tracks, they link up with Cory Gunz & Kid Ink for the remix. This one is really fire.
For Champs Sport’s latest television spot, the sporting goods chain licensed Yelawolf’s “Good To Go”. Needless to say, this is a good look for Catfish Billy.
[tweet https://twitter.com/asvpxrocky/status/233966240761278464] Three weeks from now, A$AP Rocky and his crew plan to release their debut album, Lords Never Worry. Not sure if it will be a digital or tangible release, but a few weeks back, they dropped their first single featuring Flatbush Zombies. nahright
How could Killa just kill a man? He just cranks up the volume on his boombox and films a new video to his recent Cypress Hill take.