The day before his homie Floyd Mayweather’s bout with Victor Ortiz, Curtis phoned into Shade 45’s G-Unit radio to weigh in on the fight. He also discusses his Street King venture, feeding 2,5 million people, his SMS audio deal and next album. It’s the real Mr. Nice Watch. hhnm via dhh
Strike a pose (no Vogue). Here’s a look from the set as Rozay, Wale, Meek Mill and Pill shoot their cover for the upcoming issue of XXL magazine. Pick it up on newsstands tomorrow.
Over the soulful sounds by 9th Wonder, his fellow Little Brother, Phonte puts up a good fight with the latest leak off his upcoming album. Charity Starts At Home, drops September 27. Make ya money.
As long as it is a beat, Meek Milly can bring the heat. And a few days ago, the MMG MC manipulated his flow over a random elevator tune. No bullshit. Wonder if we’ll ever get this in CDQ. 57thave
Performed live earlier this month, ASAP releases the track in its mp3 format featuring his ASAP compadres and Beautiful Lou on the beat. Sounds like we need that LiveLoveA$AP mixtape, asap.
[vodpod id=Video.15426487&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] While on their Honda Civic Tour, Blink-182 took a stop at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey. During their performance they brought Mr. Trill OG himself to perform a freestyle for the crowd. miss info
Everyone’s favorite drummer is shooting a video for his new single. Here’s a photo featuring Travis, Bun B, Beanie Sigel, Kobe & SkinHead Rob just chillin’ on set. Give The Drummer Some in stores now.
shot: Canon Eos 60d | Darknyte The Slaughterhouse quartet closed up shop last night at the Brisk Bodega. Here’s film from the beginning of their set and Royce Da’ 5’9″ and Crooked I addressing the crowd. Great night, baby. Photos: Mel D. Cole | Techie | Complex
Earlier today, Styles let loose 3 new tracks, one of which included a new joint featuring Sheek Louch. Just as a disclaimer, this will not appear on P’s upcoming album, Master Of Ceremonies.
shot: Canon Eos 60d | Darknyte If you couldn’t make it to the Brisk Bodega yesterday, you missed out on the Shady Records Museum. The exhibition showcased the history of the label and included artifacts such as platinum plaques, Grammy Awards, and costumes worn by Eminem and 50 Cent. Check out pics on our Facebook page too.