Fake Shore Drive was on the set of the Lower End Professionals’ new video featuring The Cool Kids. Andrew says the visual was shot last week and once again, will be directed by Coonie of Creative Control. The track’s produced by the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and will also be featured on Don’t Feed The Killaz Vol.3.
Mike Posner caught up with Hi-Tek in the ‘Natti and previewed 10 seconds worth of new material. Sounds cool so far, right Mike? hhnm
From crazy ass Queens, comes Mic Geromino’s new mixtape, The New Yorker. It’s co-hosted by DJ Superstar Jay and Love Dinero and features some of the game’s 90s all stars. Tracklist and link after the jump.
Now that Lil Wayne’s been sent to solitary confinement for the remainder of his sentence, he sent a message via his Twitter account for fans to cease sending him mail. A week after his incarceration this past March, Weezy began responding regularly to fan mail through his website, WeezyThanxYou. He’s scheduled to be released from Rikers Island on November 4th.
Despite an illness, Crooked I did not forget to supply his fans with his latest Hip Hop Weekly series. For week nine, he takes us to “Paradise”. Sounds sick. No pun intended. Last Week: “Never Been”
[vodpod id=Video.4607896&w=425&h=350&fv=] Last Spring, .38 Special dropped his criminally slept-on mixtape, Out On Bail. But by the time it impacted the streets, he was shipped up north for 18 months. Now a free man, he stopped by Green Lantern‘s spot this week for a brief interview and freestyle. Time Served coming soon.
[vodpod id=Video.4607668&w=425&h=350&fv=] Mike Epps is a funny guy. Funny how? Well, more on that later. Anyway, Mr. We The Best Forever takes us behind the scenes during last weekend’s taping of the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta. This is what you won’t see on your television screen. os Previously: Ep. 4