If you’re unfamiliar with Roy Ayers, kill yourself. In an interview with Out Da Box TV, Mr. Ayers speaks on rappers sampling his tunes. Everybody loves the sunshine—and a publishing check.
Bigga Rankin Films reaches in their duffle bag and pulls out Trae Tha Truth, Boss Rossini and the artist formally known as Tity Boi’s new video.
Last Thursday at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, country singer Taylor Swift whipped out her guitar and rapped Eminem’s hit while singing Uncle Kracker’s “Smile“. hhnm
[vodpod id=Video.14511306&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Pusha began shooting a video for one of the standout tracks from his latest mixtape, Fear Of God. As always, here is some prerequisite behind the scenes footage. Directed by Taj. hhnm via perajok
Yours truly was the host with the most last night at Public Assembly in Brooklyn. The concert featured Illz, YC The Cynic, Grafh, The Kid Daytona, and was headlined by the L.E.P. Bogus Boys. William McKinney was in the house and filmed a majority of the performances. More footage of the Lower End Professionals and the other opening acts under the cut.
[vodpod id=Video.14528071&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] You might have noticed the guy with the hot new single has been riding around the Warped Tour in a pretty nice bus lately. Well the cool whip is courtesy of Tristan Eaton and the good folks at Brisk. I’m running a Tumblr for their creative campaign at briskbodega.com. Please follow for all things Shady 2.0 related in the future. Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse fans unite! And drink some fuckin’ refreshing iced tea. It’s a hot summer. Ha!
After some words from Puff, Dre Films takes us out to Cleveland during the I Am Music Tour stop where Rozay visited the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame for an interview with Zune Marketplace. Cameos from Gunplay, Drake and Stalley. Sidebar: Move over Flav. Ha! Rick Ross Opening Wingstops
Aye, Da Snowman’s shaking things up on the August/September edition of The Source. Issue hits newsstands August 23rd. Are you aware that your fans are demanding a classic album? Young Jeezy: I think they deserve a classic. They’ve waited long enough. I think that every record on this album is an anthem.
The Bullitts, Lucy Liu and Jay Electronica recently gave a live rendition of “Close Your Eyes” on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show. The UK band also performed “Landspeeder“. Open your eyes and check it out. Previously: “Run & Hide“
[vodpod id=Video.14523784&w=540&h=350&fv=] Can you put a beat on? Nope. During Game’s MTV RapFix Live session with Sway yesterday, he recites a freestyle, well, actually his verse off “Infrared“. Recycle them dollars and pick up The R.E.D. Album August 23.