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.
Bundle up gangstas. Before Freddie plans to drop his LP, Baby Faced Killer next year, he plans to drop another mixtape in February. While there is no official date, its tentatively titled A Cold Day In Hell. Yesterday morning, he tweeted this warning shot: Call it whateva u wanna call it, its 13 tracks str8 gangsta shit, maybe a few insults but no apologies. Related: Freddie Gibbs vs Peter Parker
photo: atf YN flexed his Rolodex again and pulled Drake into the Sirius studios this morning. In case you missed it, here’s a rundown of what went down. Break 1: YN and Drake sip a lil’ wine while discussing fans hunger for more. Break 2: Drake talks Thank Me Later reviews and condensing Take Care. Break 3: Drizzy discusses befriending J.Cole and Grammy talk. Break 4: Drake comments on Lil’ Wayne and his exclusion on Kanye West’s “All Of The […]
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="nicki_mina_pti"] Nicki Minaj turned 26 years old yesterday and during ESPN’s daily program Pardon The Interruption, host Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon wish the rapper a happy born day. Salute to Crystal Howard and Bill Hofheimer on the clip.
As part of New York’s After-School All-Stars (ASASNY) program, Loso visited the I.S. 192 in Queens, NY on Tuesday to talk to middle school students about parental control on social networking sites. Hey, we like the status of that. heads up: ahh