Still in the UK, Lupe stopped by DJ Semtex’s spot earlier this evening and blessed the airwaves with a couple of freebies. First he recites a familiar one over The Prodigy track before tackling the Kanye instrumental with UK rapper Sway. “Girls” “Monster” Bonus: Another freestyle from yesterday’s Tim Westwood show over “Fire Flame” lupeEND
[vodpod id=Video.5601897&w=540&h=350&fv=] Currently out West for the big weekend, Rozay makes a quick stop at the marijuana facility to cop some of the finest herbs. After his meeting with Khaled, he unveils the MMG Skull Candy headphones and hits the Hollywood streets.
Scoop DeVille decides to have his way with Cee-Lo’s groove and turn it into something that’ll light up the clubs. Nothing extraordinary here, but it’s alright. os
You’re now rocking with the best—I mean Diddy and he has linked up with Clinton Sparks for a new club tune. Unfortunately, this one sounds more like a cut a DJ plays when he wants to clear a room.
Even after releasing a mixtape, Trae comes back with some more music. This time he partners up with Rod-C to jump on Ace Hood’s latest anthem, and they both kill it. Fuck it, this shit still goes hard. uhtn
Earlier today, Travis Barker began shooting his next video at the Avalon in Hollywood for the first single off Can The Drummer Get Some. Here are some snaps with Game and Swizzy. Rozay and Weezy, where art thou?
After their performance, The Source caught up with Rick Ross to discuss signing Wale and Meek Mill to his Maybach Music empire. Rozay also weighs in on being labeled as one of the greatest beat selectors in the game. After the jump, Mr. Folarin elaborates more on his deal. His chain heavy. Ha!