DJ Scream breaks out the green screen for his new video featuring some of your favorite rappers below the Mason Dixon line. Long Live The Hustle is scheduled to drop November 20th, but at the end of the film, Scream says it’s “coming soon”. Stay tuned.
While covering a range of topics with Montreality, Slim reveals the title of his joint project with Z-Ro, A King & A Boss. Hopefully, we get that soon, but in the meantime, listen to their track “Summertime” here.
Waving their flag and pouring out a little liquor, Capone and guest Malc deliver their latest musical clip. Produced and directed by Roads-Art. 57thave
Magician David Blaine performed his latest stunt Friday at NY’s Pier 54. Blaine stood on a 20-foot-high platform for three days surrounded by a million volts of electricity. Pharrell joined in on the act by shooting the volts from his keyboard. Pretty electrifying, ay? nytimes
Not biting his tongue for no one, T-Pain sounds off on the game in Stoic‘s new video, directed by himself. It’s the good, the bad and the ugly. Bday and mixtape release party after the jump.
On Saturday, the Tampay Bay Times Forum hosted Wild 94.1’s annual Last Damn show. EAN has highlights of the show including Snoop, 2 Chainz, MGK and Lupe Fiasco.
It’s been 18 years since Jay-Z rode the subway. True story. In fact, he told Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg that he wished he could’ve rode the train to his Yankee Stadium concerts. Well, he got his wish. Yesterday afternoon, Hov ditched the Maybach and hopped aboard the R line for his final concert at the Barclays Center. Stand clear of the closing doors—and crazy ass fans. necolebitchie