Laws recruits CyHi for this cut off his Paul McCartney inspired project, Dedication. And with the new year approaching, Laws is also working on follow-up tapes to 4:57 PM and 5:01 (Overtime) mixtapes, which will be dropping in early 2011. Gotta honor, the grind.
This morning, Trey Songz serenaded the ladies on The View by performing “Can’t Be Friends”. Prince also stopped by to promote his MSG concerts. Below, Tremaine spoke on meeting him backstage. “It was amazing. They didn’t tell me who I was meeting, [...] and I was kinda shocked a little bit.” rap-up
Nah, that’s not Chip, but he’s releasing his new mixtape, From Me To You: The Prelude to Gift Raps Part II this holiday season. Today though, he gains some cool points with this track supporting the emancipation of On Smash.
TIME released their annual top album list today and rounding out the top 10 are Big Boi’s Sir Lucious Left Foot (#9), Drake’s Thank Me Later (#5), and Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (#1). Read what they had to say about each below. Kanye West can seem like an attention-hungry young child who constantly tugs on his mother’s pant leg, saying, “Watch this! Watch this!” But once Kanye got our attention, instead of a simple somersault, he delivered […]
With the direction of Derek Pike, Sheek goes ape shit in his latest video. Donnie G: Don Gorilla in stores December 14.
Weeks after unveiling his first Reebok design, Swizzy introduced his “Grape Juice” line. In the latest issue of XXL, he gives more insight on the deal and says that he’s working with sneaker company to use art inspired by Jean-Michel Basquait for the kicks. Previously: Swizz Beatz Talks Partnership With Reebok
Drake and Trey Songz aren’t the only ones riding out with Kodak. As part of RESPECT. and So Kodak’s ad campaign, yours truly along with Angela Yee, John Gotty, and Nigel D gave testimonies on our daily grind. Cameras followed me through the Rap Radar Mansion and to Headquarters barbershop in Queens. Get the picture? UPDATE: Now with flash photography.