The street shenanigans continue as Rap Radar’s Mr. Miller peeps his first Source cover in the flesh for the first time from photographer Ernest Estime. You know, I don’t think I’ve ever written one. Tell Bezo to holla at me, man. Ha! Sidebar: You know them ESGN T-shirts are official. Shout-out to Gangsta Gibbs!
Walkin’ thru the streets of Austin during SXSW you never know who you’re gonna run into. Here’s a brief convo with me and the young MC from Rostrum Records. Guess dude hasn’t officially inked with a major yet. Hmm!
Although he got by with a lil help from the Big Homie, Mr. West did shine on his own and with other friends. Here are two of my favorite performances from the Vevo show. No mas on this night’s footage. Guess none of us respected the no camera rule. Oops!
Of course, Mr. Finally Famous got a chance to present his current single. No C Breezy unfortunately. Let’s hope the current changes at Def Jam don’t affect dude’s project.
The man with the mixtape droppin’ today dropped a taste of his Hit-Boy banger at the VEVO show too. Victor or Victim? Oh hello, Steven. Ha!
OK I can’t cosign dude’s outfit but I do dig this new Mos Def track he debuted on Fuel TV. Dante actually opened the entire Vevo show and it’s a lil bizarre seeing a G.O.O.D. Music emblem behind him. Guess you gotta get in where you fit in. A lil “Lord, Lord, Lord” after the jump.
Pardon my shaky camerawork during Mr. West’s verse, I had to tussle with some eager drunk fans to get this footage but here’s the opener of the ‘Ye-Jay set from the VEVO show. Watch The Throne is still on the way. The dynamic duo closed things out with “Big Pimpin’” below for the Texas crowd. RIP Pimp C. Happy Born Day, Bun B.