Lil Fame and Billy Danze mash things out with German production duo, Snowgoons off their upcoming project. This will also appear on The A3C v.1 compilation, which drops October 4.
Y’all know who’s keepin’ it gangsta. The L.E.P. Bogus take a trip to Queens to hook up with Mob Deep for their new music video. This will appear on their new project, Now Or Neva dropping this Halloween.
Frank Ocean rarely does interviews. But today, he let his guard down and spoke with Angie Martinez for the first time on New York’s Hot 97. Break 1: Frank speaks on being enigmatic and fame. Break 2: Frank gives his experiences on working with The Throne and Beyoncé. Break 3: No album date set yet. Frank hopes to be part of the upcoming Watch The Throne concerts and shows off his marijuana card.
We haven’t seen any official photos yet but, here are a few pics from the set of Red Cafe’s lead single with Rozay and R-Les. One more after the jump. PuKnOtHaNaMe
Now that we might get The Lost Tapes 2, DJ Rhude has unleashed a handful of previously released tracks from Esco, but all in their CDQ glory. Find the titles and download link below.
Put money over bitches, but we still underdogs. Ty Kidd Previously: Blowin’ Your Mind
[vodpod id=Video.15438109&w=540&h=350&fv=] Committed relationships can be a hassle sometimes, but MMG’s Masspike Miles and Bun seem to have it all under control for their new video. Peep the 1:40 mark. Mucho RESPECT. Dre Films.
Produced by Raak, Michigan’s Gibere Forte keeps it laced tight with Asher Roth and the Trill O.G. with the official remix for his ode to his favorite footwear. Think you can walk a mile in their shoes?
While on his promo run, Common performed at the Moet Rose Lounge in his hometown last night. Above he recites his verse from his Nas collabo and then drops a freebie below. One Day It’ll All Make Sense in stores now. fsd
B.o.B ventures into the jungle over The Throne’s instrumental. Pound for pound, Bobby Ray’s rhymes are nothing to rumble with.