In the cockpit of a shiny Benz, Royce rides through Times Square for his new music video. Unfortunately, Em isn’t riding shotgun. At the 2:15, Nickle switches the beat and compiles footage from his recent show at S.O.B.‘s.
Over Jeezy’s “Shake Life”, Bleek takes a step back and looks at his life as a whole. Don’t front, this is one of his best freestyles in a min. kushgang
Murda’s underground hit gets a makeover with a gang of NY’s heavy hitters. Fair warning though: French has the weakest verse. thanx: fred bear
[vodpod id=Video.15305383&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Inspired by the upcoming movie, Colombiana, Terius gives us his new single in its video form. His new project, 1977 drops on August 31st.
Before hitting the stage in Worcester, MA, Maino tells
After placing the project on chill, Banks now says that he will be releasing the second installment of his Cold Corner series. No release date yet, but expect it soon. hhnm
During last night’s Rock The Bells in San Bernardino, CA, Common joined Esco on stage for a live performance of their collaboration. Sounds just as good live. Head over to Miss Info‘s spot for more footage of the show. Previously: Nas Brings Out Ron Artest
Last night during the kick-off of the Rock The Bells 2011, Nasir brought out his fellow QB resident Ron Artest at the San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino, CA while performing his Illmatic track, “Memory Lane”. Say Queensbridge.
Red Cafe keeps it real and is still releasing visuals for his mixtape, Above The Clouds. Well here’s his latest clip for the project’s second track. wshh