[vodpod id=Video.6072711&w=540&h=350&fv=] Who says Oprah isn’t hip-hop friendly? Yesterday, Salt-N-Pepa (let’s not forget the lovely Spinderalla) appeared on her Rock Goddesses episode. After a brief interview, the trio perform their hits “What A Man” and “Shoop”. There’s nothing better than watching middle-aged women recite “Push It”. More on the flipside. ypf
A month after Lupe Fiasco’s Lasers debuted at number one, his lead single, “The Show Goes On” has earned him another platinum plaque. This mark’s Lupe’s second single to surpass a million in sales. The first being 2007’s “Superstar.” Congratulations. lupend via chartnew
At Irving Plaza tonight, Big Boi was the musical guest for Sony’s Music Unlimited campaign. Following his set, General Patton returned to the stage for an encore performance of “Tangerine” and “You Ain’t No DJ”. Great songs from an even better album.
With J.Cole handling the production duties, Kendrick Lamar finally treats us to the first release off his upcoming project, Section. 80.The track is also available on iTunes.
This ain’t no ordinary love, but the lyrics are. Anyways, to commemorate the kick-off of the Coming Home tour this evening, Diddy and his leading ladies release a new rendition of previous tracks for their fans.
Now that the two made amends, Phonte tells The Urban Daily that he plans to release a solo album with majority of the production done by 9th Wonder. No name as of yet, but Phonte is eyeing a September 13 release, which is also the 6th anniversary of the release of The Minstrel Show. The pair recently reunited last month on Lil B’s track.
[vodpod id=Video.6025121&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] We already got some footage from the Supafest Tour a few days ago. Now Joey Crack comes through with a new series where he is documenting his travels overseas. More footage coming soon.