Fred keeps stacking bundles and adds Meek and Cory Gunz for the remix to his regional hit. That beat is money in the bank.
[vodpod id=Video.15189760&w=540&h=350&fv=] This isn’t the first time Nas has spoken on his debut, but the story never gets old. Before hitting the stage at Rock The Bells, Esco takes another trip down memory lane. Nas, one of hip-hop’s most respected emcees, is set to hit Rock The Bells stages across the country, performing his classic debut album, Illmatic, in full. In this exclusive interview Nas breaks down the making of his debut, from Q-Tip’s original idea behind “One Love,” to […]
Mars of 1500 Or Nothin has been keeping busy these days working
Wow. Another video? No way. Anyway, Three-Six’s frontman gets mentally blown in his
Where you disappear son? CyHi Da Prynce is maintaining and puts his rap sheets over Jay’s Reasonable Doubt track. Lookin gully in the joint. funkflex
Cheaters never prosper. Such is the case in French Montana’s new title inspired by Mark Morrison’s hit.
Loso takes charge and lays
We all watched and tomorrow morning, The Throne will sit on top of the Billboard Charts. According to HHD, Watch The Throne moved an estimated 426,661 copies. This marks Kanye West’s fifth number one album and Jay-Z’s 12th. Sweet baby Jesus! UPDATE: Final tally is 436,079 copies. 320,893 (digital)| 115,186 (CD)
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