Four months after the song leaked, Kurupt releases the visual. Streetlights is still in stores—and you do know that.
While plugging Capolife, which will be launched soon, Jimmy previews what appears to be a Raekwon collaboration possibly off the album, Capo. The underboss is on top. titd
[vodpod id=Video.4301442&w=425&h=350&fv=] Hip-hop’s #1 groupie released a video on WSHH today where she appears to be spending quality time with the author of “Superman.” Even more disturbing than that, is Stacks claiming young SB is a coke head. Oy vey, can someone make it stop? Anyways, DeAndre is denying all charges. Let’s hope this soap opera blows over quickly.
Looks like DJ Haze got all the exclusives and once again, delivers another Trill O.G. leftover with the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League behind the beat. Don’t go too far, Bun’s probably got more in the oven. mr x UPDATE: A week later: No Tags. Surprise, surprise, Bun says it’s unfinished. x again
Where’s the bartender? The long overdue album, Bottoms Up has yet to be served, but while we wait, here’s the street single. No album date set, but let’s hope we get it before 2012. x
[vodpod id=Video.4302481&w=425&h=350&fv=] From the underground to the top, Uncle Bun’s a self-made trillionaire. But we’ll let the man himself along with T-Pain show you. Trill O.G. in stores now. wshh
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”rick_ross_power_live”] I’m not a star—but Rick Ross is. On Governor’s Island this past Sunday, SpiffTV captured Ross performing Telfon Don‘s opening opus before segueing into “B.M.F.” The Summer’s his?