They sure don’t look that entertained. Last night after their show at Le Zénith, Fif and his G-Unit compadres headed over to the VIP Room for the after-party partying. Ooh la oui oui! YBF
[vodpod id=Video.3125500&w=425&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dord%253D345%2526tile%253D%2526reportDartNValue%253D%2526reportDartSubValue%253D%2526reportDartZone%253D%2526reportPropSubSection%253DMediaHub%2526reportPropSeason%253D%2526reportPropPageName%253D] Yayo tells BET that for his next album, he’s opting to go the independent route. But even if all goes as planned, Yayo says he wouldn’t sign to Koch (E1 Records). Back in 2007, 50 Cent called the label a graveyard.
My dude Robbie is not a fan of 2010 rap. But instead of just bitchin’ about it like most of youse, he put together a collection of hip-hop he thinks you should be listening to. Hosted by mixtape master Doo Wop, this is heavy East Coast underground and commemorates the Unkut site’s sixth year in existence. *YN salutes* Download here and tracklist on the other side.
As part of Roc4Life‘s hip-hop pioneer series, the site spoke with Video Music Box creator, “Uncle” Ralph McDaniels. Spanning more than two decades, the program is groundbreaking for showcasing the latest and greatest in hip-hop culture.
Truthfully, I’ve been meaning to post this one day since we launched RR. This is a rare freestyle Rae did for the promo cassette that dropped before the release of OB4CL. Damn this takes me back. Make like Sir Too $hort and spark one up. Ha. T.R.O.Y.
A.J. Calloway formerly of 106 & Park, pushes Beyoncé’s buttons after repeatedly asking her about starting a family. Afterward, she reveals that she murked her alter ego, Sasha Fierce.
The Bay Area legend is back with the first release off his all-digital April 6 album release. Too bad he produced it. This is simply a pretty lackluster weed anthem. But I’ll give the OG a pass. Grand Good