Fresh off his Jimmy Fallon performance, J.Cole’s already back to work. Here’s footage of him letting the beat build at Engine Room Audio with newcomer, 360. Around town, the Queens native’s been making a name for himself with his, “360 Was Here” campaign. His video, “Mr. Blue Sky” ain’t half bad neither. Check out his EPK after the jump. props: karencivil Sidebar: J.Cole Speaks On Grammys
This is some freaky shit. The Bay Area’s babe and Def Jam’s newest signee recently shot their new video and here’s a look at the crime scene. T.R.U. REALigon is available here.
[vodpod id=Video.16038858&w=450&h=350&fv=] Class is in session. University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Gloria Ladson-Billings spoke with CNN on how Hip-Hop’s influence is being used as a tool to educate students across the U.S. Over the last year and half Bun B‘s taught at Rice, GZA lectured at Harvard and courses have been offered on Jay-Z and Beyonce. rtny
[vodpod id=Video.16038725&w=540&h=350&fv=] Lil Wayne’s been a lil outta commission after injuring his shoulder in a recent skating accident. With Scoob Doo behind the lens, he explains how he hurt himself. “I kinda didn’t separate it — hopefully I didn’t separate my shoulder, but if it was separated I wouldn’t be able to move it. I probably strained a muscle. I don’t know the name of the muscle, my therapist told me the name of it — I’m not sure. We were […]
For the Grammys’ latest promo video, the country star displays her beatboxing talents for Uncle L. Told you she was so Hip-Hop. Catch the ceremony February 12 on CBS.
[vodpod id=Video.16037760&w=540&h=350&fv=] Now that 2 Chainz and Kanye West are labelmates on Def Jam, he tells Sway on MTV Rap Fix that they have been working together for the past year. Similac! “For the most part, when we started building our relationship, we found out we had more things in common than different from a musical standpoint. It’s no secret that I came from the hustle background, from that trap, and it’s no secret that he’s maybe more of a […]
John Legend appeared on ESPN’s First Take yesterday and remixed his hit “Ordinary People” into “Extra-Ordinary Tebow”. John’s right, time to let it go Skip. Ha!