With a Mary Jane Girls sample on deck, Prodigy keeps the music flowing with a new recording. At this rate, hopefully there’s a project (no rooftop) coming soon. Previously: “Up North Service (Novacane Freestyle)”
[vodpod id=Video.9435797&w=540&h=350&fv=] Aw shit, love is in the air in the latest video from Pac Div. Directed by Clement & Co. When you’re done canoodling, make sure you download Mania! if you haven’t done so yet.
With some help from Roscoe Dash, Maino takes his flow to new heights with his new track. Do remember The Day After Tomorrow coming in September. onsmash
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”maybach_music_106″] With Self Made in stores today, Rick Ross, Wale, Meek Mill, and Pill returned to 106 & Park. Following their interview, they performed “Play Your Part” and “Tupac Back”.
The hardest working man in the streets teams up with Don Cannon for his new mixtape which precedes his album, Street King on June 28th. Tracklist and download after the cut.
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”beyonce”] This was actually the first live performance of “Run The World”, but now, it’s counted as the second. As part of Oprah’s three day finale, Bey recited her hit at the United Center in Chicago. 4 in stores June 28th.
Ross takes the top off on the cover of VIBE‘s June/July Sexy issue. As part of the issue, Power 105.1’s Angela Yee rounded up the Maybach Troops for a roundtable discussion. Video after the jump.
After noticing Freddie Gibbs’ insightful and often humorous observations on sports through his Twitter account, Rap Radar decided to give him a forum to express his thoughts on the thrills of victory and the agonies of defeat. It’s Gangsta Gibbs Wide World Of Sports. The black Bill Simmons is here. And for his tenth colomun, Gibbs gives his reasons as to why Chicago Bulls’ Carlos Boozer ought ride the pine.
The Red Bull Rope Masters Competition, which showcases national Double Dutch teams went down this past Saturday in NYC and Cory Gunz was on the bill for the event’s musical performance. Everybody jump. bhhtv
Under the direction of Creative Control, Moonie and Count rip a page out of Above The Rim for their new video starring professional basketball player Bobby Simmons. Off their mixtape, Don’t Feed The Killaz Vol.3. Chase N Cashe, what up?!