Put up them dukes. Sans Kendrick Lamar, Black Hippy joins S.A.S. and Statik Selektah for some lyrical combat on this posse cut. Off S.A.S. and Statik’s Stereotype
Like his fellow Black Hippy, Ab-Soul kicks a rap exclusively for Beats TV while visiting the Beats By Dre offices. #BeatsArmy Previously: Young Chris
[brightcove vid=1728958645001&exp3=735056479001&surl=http://c.brightcove.com/services&pubid=616302911001&pk=AQ~~,AAAAj36EHhk~,2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj--UUJCXbI03wJZIun&lbu=http://www.xxlmag.com/video/2012/07/behind-the-scenes-of-the-black-hippy-crews-xxl-photo-shoot/&w=540&h=350] See how Kendrick Lamar, ScHooboy Q, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock strike a pose for their new feature in XXL‘s upcoming issue. Magazine hits newsstands July 14.
Ab-Soul held it
For his first headline show in the City Of Angels, Ab-Soul catered to a packed crowd at the Key Club last night and brought guests including Q, Jay Rock and Jhene Aiko. LA Leakers provides the clips.
Last Tuesday, Ab-Soul appeared on DJ Tony Touch’s gig and showcased a few slick rhymes over the Shade 45 airwaves. Hopefully by now you copped Control System.
Before leaving the Hip-Hop Nation premises, here’s what happened when K.Dot and Ab-Soul were put on da spot with Esco’s “Daughters”. Not saying the interview was less important.