In case you didn’t get the memo, Marshall’s in the video game business and last night at an Activision’s E3 event in LA, he performed the big record off Recovery. Yup, that’s Ri-Ri and Travis Barker on drums. Hopefully, the big guy comes through with better footage. But let this hold you over until then. nav UPDATE: Rap-Up got us. After the jump, more performances.
[vodpod id=Video.3836376&w=425&h=350&fv=] Bobby Ray’s finally back with a new visual. Don’t let the bright lights fool ya. hhnm
Last night, 40 posted the official mix of Weezy’s incarcerated bars paired with Thank Me Later‘s track 10. Album in stores today!
Don’t nobody move. It’s a stick up. Daz and Kurupt pull out the guns once again with another clip (pun intended). 100 Wayz now dropping in August. 57 ave
If you thought Camouflage Season was over, think again. Capone and N.O.R.E. embark on a paper chase with Camouflage Summer. Let’s get it! nr via xxl
Before sunset, these two flicks were taken of fans waiting on line for Drake’s album signing at the Best Buy in Union Square. Pick up a copy tomorrow. The game needs all the support it can get. atf
Let’s be honest, Nicki Minaj’s street single “Massive Attack” was ehhh. In her VIBE cover story, she addresses the debacle—sort of. “Massive Attack was the record she wanted to go with,” says Sean Garret, sounding a little bit defensive. “I think it’s a different sound. She wanted to make a statement. She definitely has a different direction for her album and her career than where most people think she wants to go. Ask Nicki how she feels about the response […]