[vodpod id=Video.3844833&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Did%253D1641556%2526vid%253D528325%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A528325] Hours before the Seaport Riots, Drake held an autograph signing at Best Buy in Union Square. From the looks of it, the turnout was more than a success. According to Best Buy manager April Rivera, around 600 people came out to greet Drizzy, and fans began lining up the day before at 2 p.m. to cop the album at midnight. Rivera said she has witnessed fan mania on that scale for established artists such as Rihanna and Bon […]
If you haven’t heard, Carlos popped the big question last weekend in Atlanta. Now, here’s footage of him down on bended knee. We want pre-nup?
Guess we can blame Chuck’s various push-backs on Black Mamba’s jersey numbers. It’s all mathemetics. The R.E.D. Album makes its arrival on 8-24.
This is what the front of Paul Wall’s fourth album, Heart Of A Champion looks like. Pick it up in stores July 13th. Tracklist below. 1. Take Notes 2. Showin’ Skillz (feat. Lil’ Keke) 3. I’m On Patron 4. Round Here (feat. Chamillionaire) 5. Im’ma Get It (feat. Kid Sister & Bun B) 6. Stay Iced Up (feat. C. Stone & Johnny Dang) 7. Pocket Fulla Presidents (feat. Andre Nickatina & Mitchy Slick) 8. Ain’t A Thang (feat. Jim Jones) […]
[vodpod id=Video.3844269&w=425&h=350&fv=] Dee Vazquez puts Jones through the ringer for her latest installment of PROFILE. Always interesting and engaging. 57thave
Wait, another Drake post? You damn right. Yesterday morning, hip-hop’s “it-guy” phoned your favorite radio station to promote Thank Me Later and then some. Listen up: Phoner 1: On 97.9 The Box in Houston, Drake responded to Lil’ Kim calling him a “punk pussy“. Phoner 2: Strolling through Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Drake says he plans to drop an R&B mixtape. via hhnm Phoner 3: On Ricky Smiley’s show on Z107.9 in Cleveland, Drizzy speaks on his relationship with Rihanna.
If 2Pac didn’t ride in the passenger seat of Suge Knight’s BMW on September 13, 1996, he would’ve been 39 years old today. But of course, Pac’s been immortalized through his music and now, YouTube. Here’s a clip of him 14 years ago celebrating his born day the best way he knows how: In the studio. Can a nigga get a present for his birthday? Ha!