Erk Tha Jerk raises a hand for the Yay Area and for the club in his new video. Check out the MP3 on his latest release, Nerds Eye View.
If you aren’t in the loop, the Wu is releasing a Legendary Weapons compilation LP on July 26. Before then, here’s their latest leak with Ghost, Sean P and Trife. You don’t need a doctor’s note for this one.
[vodpod id=Video.11928726&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Not much footage has hit the net from Trae’s album release concert last night but, for now here is the ending of the concert where he shared the stage with Lupe Fiasco, Jadakiss, Waka Flocka and more. Street King reigns July 12th. lupend
It’s a celebration bitches—well actually, the latest single from Black Rob. Purchase it on iTunes here. While you’re at it, cop the album Game Tested, Streets Approved when that drops July 26.
Fuck a music critic, they write about it but B lives it. Here’s a collection of my fave Ms. Knowles-Carter tunes. #TeamBey #AllThaMuthafuckinWay
Not only did we beat the odds, we also got even. Ty Kidd Previously: Flashing Lights
Run and tell this. In the midst of the ongoing violence in City Of Brotherly Love, radio personality Star of Philly’s 100.3 The Beat’s Star & Buckwild Morning Show has decided to relaunch his Start Snitching campaign in partnership with Philly’s mayor, Michael A. Nutter and the Philadelphia Police department’s Deputy Commissioner Richard J. Ross Jr. Founded in 2002, Star launched the campaign in NYC to encourage individuals to come forward with information in regards to crimes. So far, there have been 156 homicides in Philadelphia this year. […]
[vodpod id=Video.11921107&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Even though Spitta’s Weekend At Burnie’s is in stores, he’s still promoting the project with a new video featuring Trademark da Skydiver and Young Roddy. thisis50
Finally: The super limited edition version of our current issue. Details on how to get one? Coming soon. Ha! RESPECT.
Pete Rock and Smif-N-Wessun celebrated the release of Monumental last night at the Tammany Hall in NYC’s Lower East Side. After the show, chaos sparked between clubgoers and the NYPD outside. Clips from the show after the jump.