It’s been nearly a week since Curtis has dropped some new music, but now he comes to the rescue with his 13th freestyle. No competition is safe.
Odd Future’s H.N.I.C, Tyler, The Creator gives us the artwork for his XL Recordings album, Goblin, which drops May 10. You scared? Well check out a snippet of ”Tron Cat”. Be afraid—be very afraid. UPDATE: Now with official titles from the man himself. 1. Goblin 2. Yonkers 3. Radicals 4. She 5. Transylvania 6. Nightmare 7. Tron Cat 8. Her 9. Sandwitches 10. Fish 11. Analog 12. BSD 13. Window 14. AU79 15. Golden
Nice cover. Anyway, Smoke DZA has given the day of April Fool’s for the release of T.H.C., but until then, stack up on the latest track with Lex Luger on the beat.
[vodpod id=Video.5833246&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Maybe they should hire Jay Smooth as Breezy’s management team. For his latest vlog, J shares his take on how Breezy should prevent himself from relapsing again and why he should stop his bloodclot crying. UPDATE: Chris Brown & Publicist Part Ways
Move over Iceberg Slim. At a recent event, Short Dawg told Hiphollywood that he’s penning a book. He wouldn’t reveal if it’s an autobiography, but he did say the story needed to be told. Eventually, it will be sold too. Sidebar: Raekwon Writing Book Too
While Freezer and Statik were at SXSW last weekend, they managed to shoot the video for a track off their Statik-Free, EP. Directed by James Curtis. Get up on the flow, the beards are in the building.
La Flare and Mannie Fresh pair up for this collabo that you might of heard towards the end of Mannie’s “Like A Boss” video. Contagious? You be the judge. dgb