[vodpod id=Video.15717276&w=540&h=350&fv=] On the eve of her new album’s release, MJB graced the stage to let her soul pour over “Mr. Wrong” sans Drake. Before exiting the stage, she salutes her dear friend, the late Heavy D. mwp
[vodpod id=Video.15717260&w=540&h=350&fv=] The Latin pop singer took the Nokia Theatre to church with “I Like How It Feels”. Afterwards, Ludacris joined him and took us hip-hop lovers to the club with their collabo, “Tonight (I’m Fuckin’ With You)”. mwp
[vodpod id=Video.15717114&w=540&h=350&fv=] Introduced by Fiddy 50 Cent, Breezy brought the blond hair back to the American Music Awards stage. After rocking us “All Back”, he then showed off his electrifying foot work with “Say It With Me”. mwp
[vodpod id=Video.15717032&w=540&h=350&fv=] Before walking away with the Best Hip Hop Artist and Album Awards, Nicki opened up tonight’s American Music Awards with “Turn Me On” with David Guetta then “Super Bass”. Nicki stays winning. mwp
T.I. previewed a few tracks off his new album with Billboard. After juggling two titles for his next album, Tip confirms the title, Trouble Man and discusses his new track dropping in the next few days. “A lot of times I’m taking myself out of my element, ” Tip continued to say of “Trouble Man.” “This is the first project where I’m talking about things that I’ve experienced before that I’m not necessarily experiencing now cause I’m not doing a whole […]
Before Bey’s Live at Roseland: Elements of 4 DVD releases on November 29, VEVO premieres the two-disc concert taken from her 4 shows at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom back in August. Buy it here. Previously: Behind The Scenes
All direct flights have been booked. Hosted by DJ Benzi and Don Cannon, Mike Posner makes a quick stop to drop off his new mixtape. Tracklist and download link below.
pic: arthurpitt Mr. Miller certainly has a reason to jump for joy. Mac covered Saturday’s NY Times Art section. The feature highlighted the recent success of his debut as well as J.Cole’s and Wale’s new albums.
[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.1007980&w=540&h=350&fv=] MTV takes us to 1990 where a young Lonnie was a playa who balled on the court and opened up for N.W.A. Meanwhile, in 2002, Faheem was homeless, almost got robbed and met his fiance.
On Friday, Jeezy held a listening session for TM103 at Patchwork studios in ATL. Guests included Common, Luda, Nelly and more. Above he explains the concept behind his record “Leave Ya Alone” featuring Ne-Yo. TM103 12.20.11. Sidebar: Young Jeezy On 106 & Park