It ain’t about East or West. And for the latest offering off the Drama King’s upcoming album, Rhyme Or Die, the Outlawz and Cease-A-Leo put their differences aside for their joint track.
[vodpod id=Video.13646507&w=540&h=350&fv=] As if it wasn’t already hot enough, Consequence lights the fire under Pusha T with this new diss track. At the 2:10 mark he saves some ammo for Kanye West: “…For that coward from the Midwest, so yes you can bet, that your boss is next.” mtv
Laughin’ like Wiz at you niggas. Ha! Ty Kidd Previously: We About To Take Flight
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Meek and Ross keep their sound alive with another collabo. Let’s see if this will work with the public. flex UPDATE: Meek says this ain’t the final version. UPDATE 2: Final version with Rozay. Tags for now. UPDATE: 3: No tags via theprinz Sidebar: Meek knows “How To Love” too.
Before the arrival of Jay Rock’s album in four days, we look through the lens for his latest video featuring three of his fellow Black Hippies. Follow Me Home on July 26.
With the mercury reaching over 100 degrees today, it’s only fitting Meek comes through a seasonable ready track. Off his upcoming mixtape, Dream Chaser with DJ Drama dropping on August 11th. Sidebar: “Dream Chasers” Documentary Part 1
Just in case you forgot who he is, Ace gives us 3 minutes of straight heat over Dre & Snoop’s “Deep Cover“. Do remember, Blood, Sweat & Tears drops on August 9th. os
[vodpod id=Video.13624466&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] You might remember Premo and Joell teaming up a while back for a track called, “Sing Like Bilal”. Well, they were recently together for BET’s Beats To The Rhyme event, and performed the track live for the crowd.
[vodpod id=Video.13625699&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Shaheem Reid continues The Plight Of Pill series with the second installment where Pill speaks on his first visit MLK’s house in Atlanta and his childhood. The Diagnosis drops tomorrow. Previously: Ep. 1
Victim Checklist: Jay-Z, Kreayshawn, Big Sean, Amber Rose, Marc Anthony, 50 Cent