[vodpod id=Video.3350878&w=425&h=350&fv=%40videoPlayer%3D75569049001%26amp%3BplayerID%3D7412036001%26amp%3Bdomain%3Dembed%26amp%3B] As you already know, Da Snowman’s on the cover of the April/May issue of VIBE. But before the issue hits the newsstand, take a look at how the images came together.
Hi-Tek and Talib Kweli’s upcoming opus has recently been pushed back once again and this time the new date is May 18th. Patience, my friends. Catch the official tracklisting after the jump.
For most of the night at Highline, there weren’t any surprise guests. But all that changed when Donnis brought out singers Estelle and Ryan Leslie. Up top, he assists the chanteuse on her new single “Freak”. Below, R Lez lends a hand on “Gone”.
The distant relatives had a family reunion last night at the Fillmore auditorium. During K’Naan’s set, Nas and Damian Marley crashed the stage and performed, “As We Enter”. Listen to the track in full on May 18th.
“The Streets Got A New Face” and Noreaga’s got a new mixtape in tow called Camouflage Season. Blend in and press play. 57th Ave
As a label exec, Jay-Z has one helluva track record—for better or for worse. Although Jigga saw success with Rihanna and Ne-Yo during his presidency at Def Jam, not much could be said for former rap acts like Tru Life and Aztek. But don’t look for Cole to be added to the list. As the first artist on Hov’s Roc Nation, he speaks on how he plans to prevent from becoming just a memory.
During Freddie Gibbs’ set at the Highline Ballroom, he brought back Jay Rock to perform their duet off Str8 Killa No Filla for the very first time. Lyrically, they’re supposed to represent!