Paul Wall delivers more free music and for this Wednesday’s pick he snags his homies Killa Kyleon and Slaine. Better get it while it’s hot. global 14
Fab utilized his Instagram account earlier today and snapped the cover of his upcoming mixtape with DJ Drama. He said on Angie’s show last week that he may drop it on Christmas. It’s the gift that keeps on giving. Flashback: YN checks out TINC2.
Tyga cracked the mic yesterday with Sway In The Morning and gave a live rendition of “Rack City”. Careless World coming January 24th. Sorry for the wait.
[vodpod id=Video.15789732&w=540&h=350&fv=videoGUID%3D%7B38B5DC1A-2118-4651-B66F-1E14BFBA3658%7D%26playerid%3D1000%26plyMediaEnabled%3D1%26configURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwsj.vo.llnwd.net%2Fo28%2Fplayers%2F%26autoStart%3Dfalse] Rapper, actor, entrepreneur, philanthropist (are you still there?) Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson spoke with WSJ‘s Lee Hawkins on his latest ventures. Uh, Fif is not a businessman, he’s a business, man. thisis50
In a sneak peek of the upcoming The Wire 6 DVD which will be released on Christmas Eve, Young Chris lets it rip for the camera. It’s titled 5 minutes, but uh, it’s only 4. “Streets On Lock 2” freebie below. 57thave
I’ma start flexin’ on you, you don’t know that side of me. Ty Kidd Previously: Suited & Booted
With Crooked I’s In None We Trust: The Prelude EP set to drop next Tuesday, Crooked I and K-Young keep the wheels in motion by digging the scene with their gangsta lean on their new track. Previously: “No Competition“
“You better call your crew you’re going to need help!” While commentating the Missouri vs. Villanova game, ESPN analyst/Young Jeezy stan Jay Bilas , quoted the “urban philosopher”‘s line from “Bottom Of The Map“. He then continued on Twitter. TM 103 December 20th. Got the weight of the world on my shoulders. And I swear it feels like ten thousand boulders. I gotta go to work. Lately, I been off and out of sight, seldom out of mind. Get your business right, […]
A few weeks ago, Al Lindstrom rounded up yours truly, Combat Jack, Jayson Rodriguez, Jeff Sledge, Joe La Puma, and Neil Ceaser for his annual year-end recap. In this clip, we debated on the 2011 rookie of the year. The criteria was: “The artist who had the biggest breakout year”. Agree or disagree with our selections? Speak your piece in the comments.
Hip-Hop continues to rock. On April 14th, the Beastie Boys will join Guns N Roses and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers in the music museum in Cleveland. Congrats! Next year: Eric B and Rakim for pres as inductees. And LL too! atn