pic: arthurpitt Mr. Miller certainly has a reason to jump for joy. Mac covered Saturday’s NY Times Art section. The feature highlighted the recent success of his debut as well as J.Cole’s and Wale’s new albums.
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.1007980&w=540&h=350&fv=] MTV takes us to 1990 where a young Lonnie was a playa who balled on the court and opened up for N.W.A. Meanwhile, in 2002, Faheem was homeless, almost got robbed and met his fiance.
On Friday, Jeezy held a listening session for TM103 at Patchwork studios in ATL. Guests included Common, Luda, Nelly and more. Above he explains the concept behind his record “Leave Ya Alone” featuring Ne-Yo. TM103 12.20.11. Sidebar: Young Jeezy On 106 & Park
Game goes green on the set of his upcoming video with Lil Wayne and Tyler, The Creator. No pics of the martian or goblin yet, but Game gets stretched out after the jump. The R.E.D. Album in stores now.
Out of nowhere, 50 follows up with the second installment of his classic track classic track. Nothing much to get crazy about, just waiting on that new single and album. thisis50
Eminem and Yelawolf took to an abanded Detroit automobile plant for their VIBE shoot. Issue on newsstands December 6. Radioactive in stores next Monday.
Yesterday evening, we got word that Asher Roth signed to Def Jam Records. Since the beginning of his career, he’s been inked to Steve Rifkind’s label, SRC. This morning, Steve explained via his Twitter account that Ash’s new situation is part of a joint venture between Def Jam and his defunct imprint, Loud. Back in the 90s, Loud were pioneers in street promotions and signed acts like Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang Clan and Big Pun. Time to carry on tradition.
AHH attended Common’s listening session this week and managed to capture our first listen of the track “Celebrate” at the 2:00 mark. Hear how it sounds when The Dreamer, The Believer drops December 20. nav via perajok
In front of a sold-out crowd at L.A.’s The Music Box last night, K-Dot brought out Cash Money’s new recruit to premiere their “Rigamortis” remix. Sounds good. Hopefully, the mp3 surfaces soon. laleakers
As his debut sits at the top of Billboard, Mac slid his tour to the Warehouse last night and brought out Bun B for “Intl’ Players Anthem” and their I Love Life, Thank You track “All That”. Trae was there too.