For the title track off Gibbs and Statik’s EP, Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away, Freddie takes us to church for their new video. Do remember, Cold Day In Hell available here. Amen to that.
“Sweet ass bitch muthafucka” While we wait for Common’s The Dreamer, The Believer to drop next month, Flex lets loose what should be his next single produced by No I.D. Ain’t nothing sweet over here. This is tough. Video coming soon. UPDATE: No tags. Clean.
Apparently Lil B can’t put the camera down. Here is the Based God’s latest video for the title track off his latest mixtape, The Silent President.
[vodpod id=Video.15636416&w=540&h=350&fv=] While you fake ass motherfuckers envy, Jizzle and Tip began shooting their video for their collabo, “F.A.M.E.” While on the set, the two spoke with MTV on the concept of the record. “Fake-Ass Mother—-ers Envy,’ because they really do, and I just wanted to go in like that. The song to me meant a lot, because I don’t normally talk about how I feel and what’s going on in my world”, Jeezy said. It’s an honest interpretation of where […]
Stunna and Mack Maine put their heads together and team up with DJ Folk and Khaled for a brand new mixtape. Features include Weezy, Rozay, K-Dot and more. Tracklist and download link after the cut.
[vodpod id=Video.15635322&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] It’s Tre Day. And earlier, the R&B singer appeared on 106 & Park to premiere his latest visual. Don’t forget, Anticipation II and #Letmeholdatbeat2 available here. Shouts to Engine Room Audio. yardie
While 2 Chainz was in New York, he stopped by the Forbes offices. He spoke on his song “Forbes Muzik”, hip-hop’s first billionaire, and making the Forbes list in two years.
Rozay made his first television appearance this evening since suffering two seizures last month. He spoke on his condition, upcoming collaboration with Jay-Z and thanked the fans for their support—even 50 Cent. Sidebar: Wale On 106 & Park yardie
[vodpod id=Video.15635032&w=540&h=350&fv=] The Lower End Professionals dropped their new mixtape yesterday, Now Or Neva. Along with DJ Green Lantern, the duo stopped by MTV to give a quick rundown of the project. “Claim My Shit” – “[‘Claim My Shit’] is about the organizations out here, certain rappers out, they claim certain organizations or they wait till their, like, grown men to buy they way in,” G Count explained. “This is something you can’t buy your way in. This is deep-rooted, […]
Mama said it would be days like this and in honor of his mom’s born day, here’s Pill’s new ode. Epidemic on the way.