[vodpod id=Video.10482566&w=540&h=350&fv=] During Lil Wayne’s Unplugged taping last month, he debuted a new song from Tha Carter IV called “Nightmares Of The Bottom”. Over the weekend, MTV2 aired his interview with Sway and he explained the meaning behind the track. Sidebar: Lil Wayne 6’7″ Performance
[vodpod id=Video.10481189&w=540&h=350&fv=] Crown Royal Black and it’s spokesperson, Big Boi celebrated their new designed bag at Door 44 last night in Atlanta. The event included performances from Antwan and his fellow ATLiens Killer Mike and Pill. Looks like good times. 3 little digs
Inspired by the music of Paul McCartney, Hypetrak drops off Laws’ new mixtape backed by the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. Don’t wait until tomorrow to get it though. Tracklist and download link below.
So it was all lie, eh? To hear Superhead tell it, she fabricated the stories in her debut book, Confessions of A Video Vixen. In another vlog, she says she wants to be respected for her brain. Trust, we already do. On a related note, her ex-boyfriend Kool G Rap tells AHH that he wants to make amends and have a relationship with their son. heads up: nb
[vodpod id=Video.10477744&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] While kicking back in the whip, Wiz kicked some impromptu rhymes. Can’t front, this is hella dope—as for the dudes running behind his car, not so much.
What’s better than being young gifted & black? How bout a new mixtape from Wale’s right hand, Black Cobain. Tracklist and download after the cut.
50 Cent is among a few others that’s featured in Bluewaters production’s comic book, Fame. Pictured above is the cover for Curtis’ edition, set to be released next month. Cop your issue today.
[vodpod id=Video.10472783&w=540&h=350&fv=] Once again, K.R.I.T. kicks his country shit and this time with some help from Ludacris and Bun. For the rest of you, city slickers, you can purchase the single on iTunes.
Howdy partner, here’s a quick promo clip for Bad Meets Evil’s Hell: The Sequel. EP drops June 14th.
Today is Allen Iverson’s 36th birthday. And what better way to celebrate than on SLAM‘s 150th issue. Once again, A.I. is shown with the afro and a vintage Philadelphia 76 Sixers uniform. Below is an excerpt, but the entire feature is available to peruse here. On newsstands now. SLAM: Even if it impacted you negatively, you never conformed. AI: And a lot of that’s a bittersweet feeling. A lot of those things make me feel good, but I think I […]