Following the riot at Yardfest earlier in the day, Drake kept his Howard homecoming festivities going last night at the D.C. strip joint by joining Future for “Tony Montana” and “Pop That”. jukeboxdc
No one knows ballin’ quite like Jimmy. But with Gotti’s spending habits, they join Future on this painful tune. Super Future/Fire Marshall drops October 23. ifwt
Gucci Mane’s dropping his Trap God mixtape in a few hours, but for now, he throws his middle fingers up with Future in his new video. Fuck da song though.
Future spreads the love as Kelly Rowland joins him on the remix to his debut album’s 8th track. Pluto in stores now. You’re welcome, B.Dot.
Aside from the cyphers, BET kept the Hip-Hop Awards stage occupied throughout the night. One of the highlights was the emotional tribute to Chris Lighty from Missy, Q-Tip, Fat Joe and 50 Cent.
With a haunting beat from Kanye and Future on the hook, Pusha T arrives with some “witchdoctor gospel flow” on his new track. His Def Jam debut is expected to be released next year.
DJ Scream breaks out the green screen for his new video featuring some of your favorite rappers below the Mason Dixon line. Long Live The Hustle is scheduled to drop November 20th, but at the end of the film, Scream says it’s “coming soon”. Stay tuned.
Right by his side at all times, Future’s Bonnie rides to the very end for Astronaut Status‘ brand new theatrical. Ride for Future and cop the album Pluto here.
Rather than taking it to the hood, DJ Scream takes the crew in front of the green screen during the video shoot of his current single. His MMG debut, Long Live The Hustle
As Future prepares for his double-disc mixape, Super Future/Fire Marshal Future, he was recently in