The road 2 riches isn’t paved in gold, but for Bleek’s new video he complies a montage of footage from his recent show and backstage at the Cartoon Network Upfront concert.
During Jeezy and Gibbs recent visit to Cosmic Kev’s The Come Up Show, they both had it their way over the “Banned From TV” instrumental. It definitely sounded like it was CTE or nothing. UPDATE: With video. Wow.
Since the weather is nice, time to take a stroll with The Kid Daytona and Pete in the park. Off Peter Rosenberg & popchips presents: What’s Poppin? Vol. 1. Time to sit back and unwind.
Beyoncé took over the Roseland Ballroom last night for the first of four shows dedicated to her new album, 4. Tickets sold out in 22 seconds, but if you missed out, here’s footage found on lavalizard. Tons more clips underneath.
Ohayou gozaimasu from the Land Of The Rising Sun. And for today’s wake and bake, Odd Future’s Domo Genesis shares his magnificence with his latest track.
Named after his third album, Common is set to release his autobiograhy, One Day It’ll All Make Sense. Pre-order it here. In One Day It’ll All Make Sense, Common holds nothing back. He tells what it was like for a boy with big dreams growing up on the South Side of Chicago. He reveals how he almost quit rapping after his first album, Can I Borrow a Dollar?, sold only two thousand copies. He recounts his rise to stardom, giving a […]
[vodpod id=Video.15039393&w=540&h=350&fv=vid%3D16654233%26amp%3Bautoplay%3Dfalse] For this week’s Any Given Sunday series, J.Cole held a live ustream session playing tracks that did not make the album. He also says the “Work Out” video will premiere tomorrow on 106, the “Can’t Get Enough” video will drop around the album’s release, and he says he’ll probably release a new track sometime next week. Cole World: The Sideline Story drops September 27. hhnm
Juvenile is back and pairs up with Rich Boy over a Supa Villain-produced track. This one can be found on DJ Smallz‘ upcoming mixtape, Southern Smoke Radio, Vol. 4. dgb
Before Hov celebrates the release of Watch The Throne tonight at LIV night club in Miami, he phoned into 99 Jamz a few days ago. He spoke on the album strategy, returning to the top of the Forbes list, The Throne’s upcoming tour, and Beyoncé’s work ethic. the305
The MOBB weren’t the only ones at the House Of Blues last night. Shallah and Tony Starks represented the Wu by performing their OB4CL classic, “Criminology”. More footage from their set below.