[vodpod id=Video.15838649&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Kendrick Lamar returned to S.O.B.’s last night for a sold out concert. If you couldn’t squeeze inside, here’s a recap of the entire night including the opening acts. dj zeke
shot: Canon Eos 60d |The Dark Nyte Mobb Deep returned to S.O.B.’s last night to celebrate the release of their new EP, Black Cocaine. Hav and P rocked their classics, brought out Vita, and performed new material. More film after the jump.
shot: Canon Eos 60d |The Dark Nyte Don Trip made his first appearance at S.O.B.’s last night and got misty-eyed at the close of his song, “Letter To My Son”. Stupid bitch, let him see his child! Earlier that day, he appeared on Sway In The Morning.
shot: Canon Eos 60d |The Dark Nyte An intoxicated Pill headlined S.O.B.’s last night in NYC. After somewhat maintaining his composure, he performed some of his underground favorites. Missed out? Check out a quick clip or read a review on The Village Voice.
Mos Def did a surprise set at S.O.B.s the other night where he premiered a few tracks including a track produced by J.Dilla and then recited a verse on Oh No
[vodpod id=Video.15546391&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] The former first lady of Murder Inc. emerged Tuesday night at S.O.B.s for Bazaar Royale’s monthly artist showcase, GhettoMetal and displayed her forgotten raps over The Throne’s track. Uh, Vita back? brokencool