Coincidentally, you can neva stop Lil B with the amount of videos he’s shooting and here’s his latest release. Off his controversial album, I’m Gay.
[vodpod id=Video.15640459&w=540&h=350&fv=config%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fmediacast.realgravity.com%2Fcached%2Fapi%2Fstaticplayerxml%2F36322430-49d4-012e-59ac-12313d1434a9%2Fa17a300a520e3a8c880a8154307f994f00fa%3Fembedded%3Dtrue] Better pass the A1 sauce, Drizzy. Earlier today, Future sat down with The Source and said he was disappointed that Drake didn’t appear in his “Tony Montana” video. Although the clip was executed well, he says Drake flaked when it was call time.
We’ve been waiting for Pusha to finally release his Fear Of God: Let Us Pray EP for a while now, and tonight it has hit the net. Until it arrives in stores next Tuesday, here is one of the new tracks that can be found on the project.
Young Money’s original first lady returns with some new material featuring her co-workers Lil Wayne and Drake. Oh yeah, that’s Cool & Dre on the production. So far so good. Look out for her debut album soon. Flex
Yelawolf’s debut single just got a little harder. And thanks to Flex, here’s the remix featuring T.I. and Slaughterhouse. Spoiler alert: Crooked I and Royce are murderous. Radioactive spreads November 21st. UPDATE: No tags via x.
STS takes Nike on a tour of Philly for their “The Ones” series. Below is a more accurate description of the campaign. “The Ones,” an original web series presented by Nike Air Force One, profiles creative individuals who are revolutionizing their respective fields and explores what makes them special. The latest video focuses on Sugar Tongue Slim, a poet and rapper from Atlanta who has become part of Philadelphia’s gritty Hip-Hop scene. Equip with slick, multisyllabic rhymes and a unique […]
If ain’t broke, don’t fix it. And once again, Robin and Tunechi reunite for a new track. The song hits iTunes November 8 while the album, Love After War begins December 6. Cover and tracklist here. rap-up