Who’s up for a Rinaj-a-trois? I know I am, but the next video off Pink Friday will do and here’s our first look from the set.
Back like they never left? Sure sounds like it. Crispy and clean indeed. nr UPDATE: Official artwork via hhnm.
Aubrey and Jermaine brought their European tour to the Hammersmith Apollo in London earlier this evening and of course Hip Hop Chronicle were present to capture Drizzy’s set as well as J.Cole’s “Who Dat”. International baby.
We’ve seen a lot of shit, but we’ve seen a lot of good shit too and take this new track from Yelawolf and Trae for an example. Video coming soon. uhtn
You know what it is… again. Here’s the accompanying film for Wiz’s “Black And Yellow (G-Mix)”. Taylor Gang or bite the head off a bee.
Only in a dream could an album thread surrealism and reality. But that’s what Kanye West did on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Like a modern-day Salvador Dalí, Yeezy’s imagination serves as a palette for lucid production and arrangement. Whimsical charm navigates “Dark Fantasy” while hand claps channel his “Power”. ‘Ye doesn’t mind sharing the wealth on MBDTF though. He invites Rihanna and 10 others to “All Of The Lights”, lets Jay-Z double dip on “Monster” and “So Appalled”, and […]
Rick Ross remained impervious with his fourth studio album, Teflon Don. He pulled out the big guns and recruited folks like Jay-Z (“Free Mason”) and Kanye West (“Live Fast, Die Young”) to help manifest his street dreams. He showed modesty on “I’m Not A Star” and wrestled with vulnerability on “Tears Of Joy”. On the production tip, The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League steer “Maybach Music III” and “Aston Martin Music”. DJ Clark Kent and The Remedy elevate “Super High” while Lex Luger’s […]