T.I.’s back like he never left. And for his first single out the can, he uses his double time flow over Big K.R.I.T.’s production.
On Monday, Common was in the Sunshine State to speak at the University of South Florida. Before his lecture, he gave the students at Marshall Student Center Ballroom more of his bars. Previously: University Of Illinois
Featuring Cardiak on the track, MMG’s R&B crooner brings forth the first single off his upcoming project, Say Hello To Forever. Ironically, this one will definitely get the party started.
Yesterday, the mother of Hip-Hop, Sylvia Robinson passed away at 75. To honor the R&B pioneer who formed Sugar Hill Records, DJ Wonder paid tribute during this Sway In The Morning on Shade 45. Download here. Tracklist below. R.I.P. Sylvia Robinson Mix: 1. Sylvia – Pillow Talk 2. The Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Delight 3. Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s Reprise (Jam Jam) 4. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – Freedom 5. Sugarhill Gang – 8th Wonder 6. Grandmaster Flash […]
Since yesterday’s release, TIP is sure making up for his absence with music. Here’s just one of the many tracks he’s laid down so far. Expect more and his new single coming soon.
Livin’ so Italian. Ty Kidd Previously: Pardon Me
Brooklyn keeps on takin’ it. And last night, Red Bull’s Five Out Five Tour made its way to Southpaw where Black Moon performed their ’93 LP, Enta Da Stage. See “How Many MCs” got it above. Tonight, Dipset wraps up the tour at the Nokia Theater in Harlem. Rehearsal footage here. Previously: Queens (Mobb Deep x Lloyd Banks) | The Bronx (Slick Rick) l Staten Island (Wu-Tang Clan)
It’s just another typical day in The Windy City. But to see how a Taylor Gang member spends it, here’s Chevy’s new video for track 5 off The Cookout mixtape.
[vodpod id=Video.15487173&w=540&h=350&fv=] Jeezy kicked off this weekend’s BET Hip-Hop Awards last night by celebrating his G-Day and popped 103 bottles at Vanquish Lounge in the A. If you missed it, EA captures the evenings festivities. #F.A.M.E. Sidebar: Making Of F.A.M.E. Cover
Do you wanna ride? Well last night, Jay-Z hosted his Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation carnival at NYC’s Pier 54. The Making The Ordinary Extraordinary event which cost $1,000 per ticket benefited educational efforts. Guests included Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez, the Foundation’s CEO and Jay’s mother, Gloria Carter and, of course, Gloria’s warrior, who briefly spoke on the event above.