Bobby V’s got racks on racks—of threads for his new video inspired by Jay-Z’s “Change Clothes”. On another note, CyHi’s verse is absolutely flawless.
Hit you harder than a note from Isaac Hayes. Ty Kidd Previously: Thank You, Gil Scott
There is no place like the M-I-Ayo, and for Ace’s latest video, we ride shotty through South Beach. Off his latest street mix, Body Bag Vol. 1. Blood Sweat & Tears coming August 9.
For you comic book fanatics, Consequence gets his super hero on for the latest leak off his upcoming mixtape. Brace yourself ’cause Movies On Demand 3 begins June 14. Uh, where’s this guy? craveonline
Apparently, you can stop the reign. After 19 seasons in the NBA, Shaquille O’Neal announced his retirement earlier today. As a member of the Boston Celtics, Shaq was out the majority of this past regular season with an achilles injury. Shaq leaves the league with 4 championship rings, 4 MVP (3 Finals) awards, and 15 All-Star appearances. espn
Damn Trina is thick. Anyway, not to get it confused with this version, Trina plans to get her bat girl on with this official clip and, judging by the making of it, we’re in for a treat. Batter’s up. Off Diamonds Are Forever.
[vodpod id=Video.10046020&w=540&h=350&fv=] Everyone and their mama were down in South Beach last weekend and here’s a recap of Mr. Thanksgiving and Grand Hustle’s Spot’s excursion featuring CTE’s Jeezy, Freddie Gibbs as well as Biz Markie and more. for Yesterday: Rick Ross l DJ Khaled
[vodpod id=Video.10051213&w=540&h=350&fv=] Em and OFWGKTA have been compared numerous times based on their musical content and during Em’s sitdown with MTV‘s Sway at the “Fast Lane” video shoot, Em cosigns their movement. #swag “I think that from the stuff that I’ve heard — I haven’t heard a lot from them, I still have to go check out everything that they’re doing — but I’ve heard enough to know that it feels like they’re pushing boundaries and buttons, and that’s definitely one of the things […]
[vodpod id=Video.10048453&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] In Al Lindstrom’s new feature, he sits down with rapper Tech N9ne and they speak about the early days of his career, the time he spent chasing major labels, hanging with 2Pac and more.
Jimmy’s been on his grind as of late and gives his partner-in-rhyme, Sen City some assistance on this new cut. Sounds like some good music to ride to. hhnm