[vodpod id=Video.5054267&w=425&h=350&fv=%26amp%3Bbackcolor%3D0x000000%26amp%3Bbandwidth%3D31460%26amp%3Bcontrolbar%3Dover%26amp%3Bfile%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fcache02.stormap.sapo.pt%2Fvidstore05%2Fvideos%2F89%2F1a%2Fa9%2F2116694_MzruV.mp4%26amp%3Bfrontcolor%3D0xeeeeee%26amp%3Bimage%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fnsa20.casimages.com%2Fimg%2F2010%2F12%2F05%2F101205062511752086.png%26amp%3Blightcolor%3D0xeeeeee%26amp%3Bplugins%3Dviral-2%26amp%3Bscreencolor%3D0x000000%26amp%3Bskin%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.longtailvideo.com%252Ffiles%252Fskins%252Fglow%252F5%252Fglow.zip%26amp%3Bstretching%3Duniform] Earlier tonight, Diddy and company were the musical guests on Saturday Night Live, hosted by Robert De Niro. Above they perform their latest single, “I’m Coming Home” and then command us all to get our “Ass On The Dance Floor” with Swizzy. mwp
It’s a slow night around these parts. Luckily for us, Loso decides to let go some new music. Here he and brother Paul Cain personalize Weezy F. Baby’s “Bill Gates” in honor of the co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs.
No one is going to leave Wiz’s beat alone anytime soon, so Chuck, Snoop and YG put on their city’s colors and rep one for the NBA’s defending champs.
Cee-Lo, Eminem, Raekwon, Ludacris, and Nas are some of the names Tech N9ne wants for his next album All 6’s and 7’s. He says his collabo with Lil Wayne is in the pipeline and has been deliberating with The Lady Killer and Esco as well. Only time will tell if he gets his wish. Previously: Tech N9ne “Ego Tripping”
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”nicki_minaj”] Nicki Minaj is stylin’ and profilin’ in the latest edition of T Magazine. Above is a behind the scenes look from her photo shoot. That brings up an interesting point because I would be pretty remiss not to mention your spat with Lil’ Kim. When she badmouths you and others doesn’t that just make it even harder for female rappers? It does, it does. But the thing that I want to promote is that if you see […]
Redman’s new album, Reggie, is just three days away. But today, he lets loose a new video in support of it. Good to see the label spending a lil’ paper on a quality clip.
Where have we been the last two months? Here’s the free album .5 from Delaware MC, Kae Hock. Drugs on music, indeed. Download and tracklist below.