[vodpod id=Video.15539218&w=540&h=350&fv=affiliateSiteId%3D176704%26widgetId%3D495995%26width%3D628%26height%3D386%26playOnLoad%3D0%26js%3D1%26autoPlay%3D0%26revision%3D80%26mediaURL%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.bet.com%252Fvideo%252Fhiphopawards%252F2011%252Fcyphers%252Fhha-digitalcypher-s9%252F_jcr_content%252Fleftcol%252Fvideoplayer.mrss%253Ftype%253Dembed%26allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26] There were a number of cyphers tonight on the BET Hip Hop Awards, but none were as good as Shady 2.0’s. Catch Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse, and Em go to work above. Rest of the cyphers after the cut.
After displaying her flow on the first installment, Estelle keeps the remix series going with Shallah, Swizzie and UK MC Wretch 32.
Estelle rounds up Swizzy, Jadakiss, and Busta Rhymes for the official remix to her breakout hit. She even returns to her hip-hop roots and raps her verse.
For some reason, it’s always a trip to hear Idris Elba in his native tongue. Nonetheless, he talks his shit over fellow Brit, Estelle’s lead single.
If you’re in the mood for some classic 90s Hip Hop, Free and producer Benja Styles flip Estelle’s current single with Black Moon’s “How Many MCs”. Yup, the beards are still in the building.
[vodpod id=Video.11593578&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Just in time for the summer, Estelle gave the green light to BET to premiere the brand new visual for her collaboration with The Bawse. All Of Me coming soon.
Just hours ago, Rozay hit the HMV Forum in the UK. Of course, Sumit was present to catch a few of his notable tracks including London’s own Estelle gracing the stage for their duet. Uh, who broke her mic?