[vodpod id=Video.2910029&w=425&h=350&fv=%26skin%3DMP1ExternalAll-MFL.swf%26embed%3Dtrue%26adSrc%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fad%252Edoubleclick%252Enet%252Fadx%252Ftsg%252Ekmsp%252Fsports%252Fdetail%253Bdcmt%253Dtext%252Fxml%253Bpos%253D%253Btile%253D2%253Bfname%253Dprince%252Dreveals%252Dsong%252Dfor%252Dvikings%252Dsaints%252Dgame%253Bloc%253Dsite%253Bsz%253D320x240%253Bord%253D176874054745620350%253Frand%253D0%252E5053331946709416%26flv%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww%252Emyfoxtwincities%252Ecom%252Ffeeds%252FoutboundFeed%253FobfType%253DVIDEO%255FPLAYER%255FSMIL%255FFEED%2526componentId%253D131499482%26img%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fmedia2%252Emyfoxtwincities%252Ecom%252F%252Fphoto%252F2010%252F01%252F21%252Fprince012110%255F2%255Ftmb0000%255F20100121211550%255F640%255F480%252EJPG%26story%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww%252Emyfoxtwincities%252Ecom%252Fdpp%252Fsports%252Fprince%252Dreveals%252Dsong%252Dfor%252Dvikings%252Dsaints%252Dgame%26] Minnesota’s very own is rooting for the home team with a new anthem entitled “Purple And Gold”. The androgynous one, told local Fox affiliate, “I saw the future” and wrote the track after the Vikings defeated the Dallas Cowboys last week. Read the lyrics to the tune after the jump. HHNM
Waka Flocka phoned into Atlanta’s Hot 107 and spoke on Tuesday’s shooting. To hear him to tell it, Waka says he was marked for death and that the shooter was shook before pulling the trigger. All’s well that ends well. WSHH
[vodpod id=Video.2909074&w=425&h=350&fv=] Last night, Rae made a guest appearance on Mo’Nique’s show. The Chef spoke on relocating to Atlanta, interior decorating and his Raekwon grill—wait, a Raekwon grill?! How bizarre.
Word on the curb is that this is the first single from Nas and Damian’s long-awaited collaboration, Distant Relatives. The folks at HHNM say the album’s pushed back until April 20th. So for now, enjoy the track below, my yut. YK2
Trey becomes the latest artist to rock over Snoop’s instrumental. And of course, he doesn’t disappoint. Even, Tha Doggfather approves. Yuuup! UHTN
Ghost and AP heat the streets over the Eric B. & Rakim classic boom. This is off DJ OP’s mixtape, dropping the same day as The Green Ghost Project. D-Block takeover. UHTN
Looks like the Teflon Don is sticking to the script. So magnificent.