[vodpod id=Video.3665968&w=425&h=350&fv=] Top Dawg Ent’s, Black hipsters improvise some lyrics while kicking it in the lab. Man, every studio in the world must have that same black couch. os
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Rick Ross has a thing for gangsters. In fact, his upcoming mixtape’s named after Albert Anastasia and album (Teflon Don) stems from John Gotti’s alias. Ross recently revealed that the moniker was also his former stage name. But despite the praise Gotti’s received (especially in rap songs), he admitted in his final years that he didn’t want those type of fans and blamed society’s downward spiral on “coons and niggers“. But Ross is undeterred. In the final clip below, he […]
Who dat? Oh, that’s just Joell Ortiz delivering a freebie over Jermaine’s street single. Flame on. Bonus: “Roger That (Freestyle)”
Below are the song titles, features, and production credits to Drake’s debut opus. The bomb drops June 15th. 1. Fireworks (Feat. Alicia Keys) (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib) 2. Karaoke (Produced by Francis & The Lights) 3. The Resistance (Produced by Noah “40″ Shebib) 4. Over (Produced by Boi-1da) 5. Show Me A Good Time (Produced by Kanye West) 6. Up All Night (Feat. Nicki Minaj) (Produced by Boi-1da) 7. Fancy (Feat. TI and Swizz Beatz) (Produced by Swizz Beatz) […]
As one of Roc’s founding fathers, Memphis Bleek passed along some words of encouragement to the label’s number one draft pick. Cole’s gon’ be a good rapper. J. Cole has to go all the way in. He shouldn’t listen to someone telling him how to make his music. He should follow his heart. He’s new… he’s not from the NYC, he’s from Fayetteville, North Carolina, so he’s bringing a whole new movement with him. J. Cole has a lot on […]