[vodpod id=Video.7347296&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Last month, Bobby Ray released “No Future” in response to Tyler, The Creator’s shot on “Yonkers”. The Source caught up with B.o.B. to discuss his one, two jab.
[vodpod id=Video.6721629&w=540&h=350&fv=videoId%3D912336635001%26amp%3BplayerId%3D340480126%26amp%3BviewerSecureGatewayURL%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fconsole.brightcove.com%2Fservices%2Famfgateway%26amp%3BservicesURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fservices.brightcove.com%2Fservices%26amp%3BcdnURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fadmin.brightcove.com%26amp%3Bdomain%3Dembed%26amp%3BautoStart%3Dfalse%26amp%3B] Bobby Ray returned as a guest on The Mo’Nique Show two nights ago and performed his hit, “Don’t Let Me Fall”. Afterward he spoke on his Grammy nomination and placement on the sitcom, The Game.
According to Bobby Ray’s handlers, this was an early track for Lupe’s Lasers, but was left on the cutting room. But now, it makes its way onto the Internet. Produced by B.o.B. and Lupe themselves.
While onboard his Delta Airlines flight to LAX, Bobby Ray takes over the loud speaker to perform his Grammy-nominated hit, “Airplanes”. Don’t you wish you were on that flight right now? Previously: Kanye Performs On Delta Airlines Flight
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="memphis_bleek"] You really don’t deserve this, but fuck it, I do this for my culture. About 15 minutes before Jay-Z hit the stage at Yankee Stadium on Monday, Memphis Bleek, Young Guru, the Roc Boys, and L.A. Reid were backstage putting on their game faces. Here’s some personal footage of Memph and the Kush Gang walking from the trailer to the stage. Along the way, they meet B.o.B. and Just Blaze. Note to self, keep cameras out of […]
From Yankee Stadium to White House? That’s right, B.o.B. was selected to perform for the 44th President at the Gen44 Summit on September 30th. Backstage at last night’s concert in the Bronx, Bobby Ray spoke to Shade 45′s Angela Yee about his road to Casa Blanca. Sidebar: Ralphige Pranks B.o.B.
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="bob-x-cole"] Before Eminem and Jay-Z hit the stage last night at Yankee Stadium, B.o.B and J.Cole warmed up the crowd. They performed their duet, “Gladiators” and Cole followed up with “Who Dat” and “All I Want Is You” with Miguel. Tons of footage on the way.