Asleep? Well straight from the lab, 50 runs up on us during the wee hours of the morning with his new recording. Like he said, he’s 5 for 5 and most certainly, we’re liking this fifth. Get it? Forget it. Previously: “When I Come Back (Freestyle)”
[vodpod id=Video.5614754&w=540&h=350&fv=] With Mr. Boomtown in the director’s seat, La Flare and Birdman are some rich-ass niggas with a mouth full of gold in their latest video. Gucci’s The Return Of Mr. Zone 6 mixtape drops March 22. Say cheese.
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="rihanan_drake_kanye"] At halftime of the 2011 NBA All-Star game, Rihanna and Drake reunited for the second performance of “What’s My Name”. Afterward, Mr. West entered the building with the first televised recital of “All Of The Lights”. This was almost as good as the game itself.
Four days after the fusillade outside of Waka’s tour bus in North Carolina, local authorities have made six arrests in connection to the shooting. In fact, one of the suspects was arrested 14 hours prior to the gunfire. Guess this would be a good time to mention Waka’s new mixtape, Salute Me Or Shoot Me 3 is available to download now. Blaow!
[vodpod id=Video.5613001&w=540&h=350&fv=] Rozay continues his crazy All-Star Weekend and this time makes a quick stop backstage with Busta Rhymes who congratulates him on his newly signed deal. Ross also does a performance at Marbella in Hollywood. The Boss is one busy man! Previously: Blog 2
During Chris Brown’s set at the Adidas VIP All-Star party last night in Los Angeles, he brought out Busta Rhymes and performed their collab, “Look At Me Know” for the first time. Where’s Weezy? Anyway thanks to the folks at The Source, look at what you missed.
In the Style section of today’s New York Times, “The Commissioner” Steve Stoute took out a full page ad and critiqued the National Arts of Recording and Sciences for this year’s Grammys Awards. Below is a transcription of the note courtesy of the life files. He’s focused, man.