Chuck, Snoop and company were spotted shooting visuals to their remix in the City of Angels. The “Skeetox” remix of Purp and will also feature cameos from L.A. Lakers Ron Artest, Shannon Brown and Matt Barnes. More snaps underneath. hhnm
Nearly a month after the release of Diddy’s Last Train To Paris, here’s a track that was apparently left behind. We can see why. x UPDATE: Official Version produced by DJ Snake via DT.
Hip-Hop’s deity, Lil B The Based God greeted his worshipers last night during a sold out performance at the Highline Ballroom in NYC. That’s no easy task. We weren’t in attendance, but those that were caught some of the bizarreness. Say five Hail Marys and take a look at what went down. Thank You Based God.
Nearly a month after this was supposed to drop, Kay Slay finally lets loose Foxy Brown’s diss record aimed at Lil’ Kim. Pardon the seconds of dead air, but then again, this track was already D.O.A.’d.
[vodpod id=Video.5333299&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] We already heard from Crooked I and Royce. But now, Joey speaks on his crew signing with Shady Records and what we can expect on their next project. What’s up with the microphone? rtny
The day after Gucci got his ice cream paint job, the man behind the ink, Shane Willoughby spoke with VIBE to discuss the procedure. According to Shane, the rapper was completely sober. Not sure if that’s a good or bad sign. “I was [hesitant] like ‘Are you sure you want to put that much [ink] in that area? He came straight to the counter and that’s where he pointed. I won’t tattoo anybody if their [drunk] or high because I can’t […]
You can’t take these fellas out the hood. Once again, Khaled rounds up the usual suspects for a new block anthem. Woop-woop, that’s the sound of a good track. flex