[vodpod id=Video.15815923&w=540&h=350&fv=] Prior to hitting the stage last week at his homecoming concert in Pittsburgh, Mac caught up with a few players from the Steelers. With the beatbox going, tight end Weslye Saunders joined in and kicked a few lines as well. rapfix
Last month, Mystikal joined Busta Rhymes by signing with Cash Money. In a press release today, Baby and Mystikal discussed their new partnership: It is an honor to get the opportunity to work with Mystikal, as we have a long history together. He is a great artist and his talent, combined with our hard work and strong team, is going to result in some of the best music of his career. We are expecting great work from Mystikal. Slim and […]
Jay-Z and Kanye are shooting their video for “Niggas In Paris” today at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. So much for France. According to HB Model agency, Kanye will be returning to the director’s chair. Here are two lo-res flicks found on FSD.
Before Common made his way over to The Park On Fourteenth in D.C. last Friday (great show by the way), he stopped by WKYS’ EZ Street’s show for a five minute freestyle. Rappers take notes.
The good always die young. Unfortunately, Trae experienced the loss of a close friend a few weeks back and dedicates his take of Drake’s “Look What You’ve Done” to the ABN affiliate. R.I.P. Money Clip D! uhtn
Under the direction of Three 21 Media‘s Rik Cordero, Statik Selektah rounds up his posse from track six off his latest project. Hopefully Population Control is in your rotation.
That’s usually what we say when we screw up a post. Anywho, Polo Dro is crafting his next mixtape, We Outchea and hands off his first offering. Produced by Two Band Geeks. This is pretty bad. Oops, spoiler alert. onsmash
Common sure knows what the people want. Here’s his latest, with No I.D. on the track again. The Dreamer/The Believer in stores in just one week. Video shot.
[vodpod id=Video.15815217&w=540&h=350&fv=] Hours before Young Jeezy’s NYC screening of Hustlerz Ambition, Elliott caught up with Da Snowman at the Landmark Theatre. The sitdown will be broken up in three parts, but here’s a snippet of their conversation. Directed By Any Means.
Nothing much over on our side but working. As far as Alley Boy, he’s doing the same and brings forth his newest video. Watch out. Nigganati arrives January 10.