Atlanta V103’s Greg Street held his annual Back 2 Street Jam last night sponsored by DTLR. Like he always does around this time, Greg gave away school supplies and $1,000 shopping sprees to some lucky students. He then sweetened the pot with a concert featuring Lil Chuckee, Lil Twist, and Gucci Mane. The Appeal drops September 28th. Exclusive Access
[vodpod id=Video.4157036&w=425&h=350&fv=] Sure would like another album from these two. Wishful thinking, right? Anyway, Mos and Talib joined forces together at the Fox Theater in Oakland last Friday. Here the duo perform their classic album’s back-to-back tracks. Feels like ’98 again, don’t it? always hustle [vodpod id=Video.4158716&w=425&h=350&fv=]
[vodpod id=Video.4156422&w=425&h=350&fv=] Who smokes hash in a cathedral with Nostradamus? That would be Pharoahe and last week, he stopped by Shade 45 and drops off a few of his intricate bars for Tony Touch. This guy is still a problem!
It’s goin’ down–basement. This Thursday, Marshall and Rihanna’s visual premieres at 9 pm on MTV and Vevo. Directed by Joseph Khan. And now, a word from Mr. Mathers: “Joseph and I worked pretty closely together to make sure we got this right,” commented Eminem. “Trying to make this tough subject work visually is a challenge. It was great to have Rihanna, Megan and Dominic on board for this….they really brought it and made this video super-powerful.”
During Nicki’s ustream session earlier this afternoon, she announced the title of her debut album, Pink Friday. Ironically, it drops on Tuesday, November 23.
Karen Civil gave me the heads up on this a week ago when it was recorded. In support of his site’s launch, Flex got to talk to Weezy live from Rikers and Mr. Carter speaks on Eminem, Drake, Nicki Minaj and his daily operation in the bing. 94 days to go! Carter IV on the way. Inflexwetrust
Guess Fif wasn’t feelin’ that “we gonna throw the biggest party when Curtis dies” line, huh? Mr. Jackson gets his YouTube thuggery on to attack Crack’s rumored album sales. I don’t know what the final SoundScan number is gonna be, but regardless, Joe’s legacy isn’t defined by album sales. He’s still the most important Latino in hip-hop history and a Hall Of Famer in my book. Chew on that, commenters! Sidebar: I saw that episode of Intervention and that show […]