Nipsey’s looking to change tomorrow today on the streets of Rodeo Drive. Hey, you gotta start somewhere. Remember, South Central State Of Mind: October 19th.
Jones adopts Rick Ross’ flow on this new track inspired by the Great One. Apparently, he still gives a fuck about sparkles. splash
[vodpod id=Video.4252041&w=425&h=350&fv=] 106 & Park premiered Trey Songz’s latest video this afternoon. Uh, not sure if the concept matches the track, but cheers anyway. yardie
French Montana and Joe Crack rep for the BX borough over Harry Fraud’s boom bap. Watch out they run New Yawk.
It won’t be long until LeBron James‘ favorite new artist releases his debut. But until that happens, here’s a self-produced record, which appears on Lime Lights Exclusives’ new mixtape. sermon
I was so busy gettin’ my hosting duties on I wasn’t able to capture the lil’ homie Diggy’s live NYC show debut. Thankfully, there were plenty of folks in the crowd with flip cams. Here’s the freestyle that first got him on our radar. Read more about dude at his Uncle’s site and prepare for the mixtape, Airbone coming soon. Props: brillianty blunt After the jump, more footage from Vibe‘s Mikey Fresh.
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”walefab”] Hollywood Cole wasn’t Wale’s only guest. To close the show in a major way, Mr. Folarin brought F-A-B-O for the “Pretty Girls (Remix)“. No Chris Breezy. No problem.