Last night, Big Boi headlined a free concert at the Yaarab Shrine Temple in Atlanta and SFTA was able to capture a performance of Sir Lucious’ single, “Shutterbug” as well as “Kryptonite” (below). Other acts that were on the bill included Yelawolf and Jay Electronica.
It’s four days before Pill drops 1140: The Overdose. And until that day comes, XXL got the OK to drop the mixtape’s opener. Needlz on the beat.
Looks like Jim Jones held on to Summer’s number. Just in time for the weather, comes his new seasonable track. Sit back and unwind.
Once upon a time, Ice Cube and Dr. Dre were set to do joint album called Heltah Skeltah. (Peace to Rock and Sean Price). But like most things, the album never materialized. Below, Cube gives his reasoning to Rap Radar and says he’s still down to make it happen. Damn you, Marshall and Curtis!
To grandma’s house we go, for Killer Mike’s new video. Granny knows best. I Pledge Allegiance To The Grind III coming soon. wshh
[vodpod id=Video.3722427&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D521750%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A521750] You gotta love that title. Now that T.I.’s Fuck A Mixtape is in stores on the net, he explains to 1515 the reasoning behind doing a mixtape. In case you haven’t done so yet, download it here.
This probably isn’t the release Max B was hoping for, but as he waits on his appeal, a judge ruled yesterday that he’s fulfilled his recording and writing obligations to Jim Jones. Max was formerly signed to Jimmy’s Byrd Gang imprint. The news comes at a good time as Amalgam Digital plans to release his debut album, Vigilante Season. Max was sentenced last year to 75 years in prison in connection to a murder and robbery. Long live the wave? […]