On the second night of Rihanna’s LOUD tour in T Dot, she closed her set and brought out hometown hero, Drizzy Drake. He ended up performing “Over”, “I’m On One”, and “What’s My Name” with Ri Ri herself. atf
The rest of Odd Future is hard at work and last night, Domo Genesis turned to his twitter and released a freebie over Snoop’s Dr. Dre-produced track off The Blue Carpet Treatment. We hope Uncle Snoop hears it too.
[vodpod id=Video.10518132&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] After Ye praised his mentor No I.D., who produced the majority of Sean’s debut, he took to the stage and spoke about the project as well. Yep, it’s a Grammy family affair.
“I apologize I was a little bit late, but I—I had a throne to watch and shit…” Ha! Kanye snuck through the back door and smiled like a proud dad last night at Big Sean’s listening session in NYC. After ‘Ye praised his mentor and producer No I.D., he publicly lauded his protege for the first time. Finally Famous in stores June 28th.
Big Sean held a listening session for his debut, Finally Famous tonight at the Standard Hotel in NYC. Before pressing play, Sean gave his backstory and even cried tears of joy. More dim footage on the way.
Curtis’ guns in action—well more specifically his recently launched, Uber50 and here he presents the iPhone application. Smarten up, the tweets are watching.
Snoop brings back his #PuffPuffTuesdays today and does it the right way with a verse from Busta for his Kels collabo. Doggumentary in stores now. Sidebar: Double G News Network Ep. 3