During Prince’s performance of “If I Was Your Girlfriend” at yesterday’s Way Out West Festival in Sweden, he brought out Kanye West at the 2:29 mark for a performance of his own. semtex
Recently, Esco brought the glamorous life to Queensbridge as he shot the video for his latest single. We see you Sosa. More flicks courtesy of TheLifeFiles after the jump.
Wale’s chain is so big, he can’t pop his collar. But he did give ATL’s V-103 the nod to premiere his latest track, produced by Tone P. This is off his upcoming Ambition. Plus Wale’s got 11 new songs coming this week. mr. north
Yesterday at the Watch The Throne pop-up shop in SoHo, Just Blaze was on the 1s and 2s and entertained the private party with Swizz Beatz. Last night a DJ saved my life with a song.
[vodpod id=Video.14977385&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] While in NYC, Meek Mill celebrated the release of his mixtape, Dream Chasers at Webster Hall. Up top is some footage of him performing a few of his hits including, “Ima Boss” sans Rozay.
DJ Premier played the track he produced for Game during his Hip Hop Nation show. This one sounds like the best we’ve heard so far. The R.E.D. Album is dropping on August 23rd. Sidebar: Game’s Tweet Jams L.A. Sheriff’s Phone Lines
[vodpod id=Video.14963573&w=540&h=350&fv=] Hours before the premiere of The Throne’s “Otis” video, yours truly, itsthereal, Charlamange Tha God, and Chuck Creekmur weighed in on the flick with MTV. As I said before, this is the most expensive low budget video off all time. Of all time! Brian “B.Dot” Miller from hip-hop blog Rap Radar likened “Otis” to Jay-Z’s 1998 video for “Money Ain’t a Thing,” in which he and Jermaine Dupri raced expensive whips for cash. “I liked it. I think […]