Even though Murda changed his name, the Brooklyn bully stuck to the script. Here, he performs “He Asked For It”, “Brooklyn”, and Mariah Carey’s favorite tune, “Bullet, Bullet.”
Pun’s baby cousin performs this summer’s guilty pleasure, “Mira Mira” on the island’s waterfront. Quit fronting, you like it too.
Opening his set with “Already Home” was Brooklyn transplant, Kid Cudi. Peep the rest of his performance after the cut.
Yesterday afternoon, 50 Cent and Hot 97 held the first This50 Fest concert on Governors Island in NYC. Kicking things off was Wale with “Chillin”, “Nike Boots”, and “Pretty Girls.” Of course, there’s more footage on the way. Stay put.
Credit: His Name is D-Nice. I hope Brian got some good Flip Cam tonight. Fingers crossed.
The final superstar call-in for Whoo Kid’s born day celebration is Snoop D-O-Double-G. A lot of rippin’ goin’ on on a Saturday. SMH. Part 1: Calvin speaks on preserving the West Coast legacy. He’s not just an artist, he’s a business, man. Part 2: Weed talk. Broadus declares himself “the rap Don King.” And “the bitches love Drake.” Part 3: Get your Wonderland tickets! Devin The Dude included. Plus puttin’ Uncle June Bug on ice. Ha. Part 4: The Doggfather […]
After Marshall’s exit, Curtis called in to plug tonight’s show at Governor’s Island. Most interesting is the very beginning where he reveals he brought a lucrative film offer right to Em’s doorstep and he still turned him down. Part 2: When asked about Em collabo, Fif hints the title might be “Psycho.” He also says Dre has 4 songs on BISD. Ne-Yo and R Kelly are only guests. The Pied Piper’s joint is a bonus cut.