Rozay sure had one helluva New Year’s Eve in his city. After hitting South Beach’s Cameo, Rozay took his celebration over to Diddy‘s private party. Thanks to Dre Films, we get to tag along.
Ali, Quez and Strap plan to keep bringing the noise in 2012 with their first recording of the year. Produced by Will A Fool.
Statik stays busy. While out in Pittsburgh last week, the producer spoke to Ya Momz House on his numerous projects including a joint project with Bun B and recording with Eminem for Obie Trice’s upcoming LP. 57thave
[vodpod id=Video.15901638&w=540&h=350&fv=] For the first time since their run-in with the law, the Kang and his queen return to L.A. for work and play. However, TIP’s moves get interrupted from a call to return to the A. Previously: Ep. 1 l Ep. 2 l Ep. 3 l Ep. 4
[vodpod id=Video.15900807&w=540&h=350&fv=] Jimmy makes a visit to Miami to pop the big question that Chrissy has been waiting for. Meanwhile, Kimbella tries to understand why she brings out everybody’s mean side. mwp Previously: Ep. 1 l Ep. 2 l Ep. 3 | Ep.4 | Ep.5 | Ep.6
Styles P keeps his rhyme book fresh and lays a few of his raps down over Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good”. This ain’t bad.
Produced by King Karnov, Bishop Lamont releases the first single off his upcoming album, The Reformation. This goes hard. Cop the single on iTunes now.
Aside from bringing out DMX at Miami’s LIV last night, Tunechi performed “The Motto” sans Drake, who was across the states in Sin City. No worries though, Lil Twist dances to the rescue. uhtn
Still stacking his dough, Percy Miller rounds up his fellow No Limit soldiers and Meek Mill for his new posse cut. Surprisingly, this isn’t bad at all. hotnewhiphop
Jeremih isn’t the only R&B guy hopping on Take Care‘s popular hit. Mario now puts his vocals to the side and slings his raps over Drake and Tunechi’s party record. If Omarion’s next, I quit life. laleakers