Kendrick shot these videos last year, but they were never released as he underwent a name change. So without further ado, here are two clips for “Fuck A Hook and “Today”. OD coming September 15th.
After nearly of year of smack talk, Jimmy and Clue finally put their skills to the test this past weekend for Bloodshed Day in Harlem. By the end of the whistle, The Jones family walked away the victorious. And it wasn’t even close, it was by a landslide. 57thave via rugahtv
Fuck you, if you’re not feeling this. Cee-Lo released this yesterday via his YouTube page—complete with lyrics. He says he plans to release an official video sometime next week. Can’t wait. Be on the look out for the Lady Killer later this year. hhnm via sc UPDATE: Clean version. “Forget You”. hhnm
[vodpod id=Video.4313216&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%3D555460%26amp%3Buri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A555460] What if? Backstage at Rock The Bells this past weekend, Rakim reveals to MTV that he almost licked a shot at Big Daddy Kane on “Let The Rhythm Hit Em.” He says he omitted the rhyme after speaking to Dark Gable over the phone. Ya don’t say. It was a couple of bars in ‘Let the Rhythm Hit ‘Em’ that I took out because I spoke to Kane. … But he could’ve been lying. You know how it […]
As part of DC‘s collaboration with racer Ken Block, the shoemaker teamed up with The Cool Kids to release this video for their Gymkhana Three: Part 1 campaign. Get your motor running.
No telling as to how old this is, but X got a hold of some unreleased material from David Banner featuring Tyrese and Akon. Too bad this isn’t on Death Of A Pop Star.
Black Rob made his self at home during his visit at G-Unit’s Midtown office. Throughout his interview, he basically shits on Bad Boy as a staff, record label, and as a muthafuckin’ crew. Seems like an odd thing to do since Puff said love is love. Hopefully these guys can straighten everything out. They made a classic together, for crying out loud! Previously: Diddy Denies Doing Former Artists Dirty thisis50