[vodpod id=Video.7144236&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Killer Mike co-headlined S.O.B.’s last night and performed a bunch of his hits. Above, he recites his Grammy Award-winning verse from “The Whole World”. More footage after the cut. Sidebar: Techienyc Photos
[vodpod id=Video.7144260&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Meek Mill was the special guest last night at S.O.B.’s and during his quick set he decided to bring out his MMG compadre, Wale. Above is some footage of them performing “600 Benz”. After the cut, check out “Moment 4 Life (Freestyle)” and “Tupac Back”.
[vodpod id=Video.7144234&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Pac Div performed last night at S.O.B.’s and did most of their tracks from their latest project, Mania!. Above you can check out film of them reciting “Shine” from their mixtape, Don’t Mention It.
To celebrate the release of W.A.R., Hot 97 sponsored Pharoahe Monch’s concert at S.O.B.’s last night in NYC. Backed by supreme vocalists Mela Machink and Showtyme, Monch performed some oldies but goodies and new material. He also brought out Immortal Technique, Styles P, and Jean Grae to help him out. It was a great show, but if you missed out check out more film below.
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”freddie_gibbs__sobs”] Freddie celebrated the release of his Str8 Killa EP last night at S.O.B.’s. The event was hosted by Shade 45’s Angela Yee and featured Push! Montana, L.E.P. Bogus Boys, and Black Milk. Fred kicked things off with Str8 Killa No Filla‘s title track and followed up with a some recent EP and mixtape cuts. Undercard footage coming later.
Cypress Hill sold out S.O.B.’s last Thursday as part of Hot 97’s Who’s Next Showcase. And in case you forgot, the group’s new album Rise Up drops tomorrow. Above is their performance of “How I Could Just Kill A Man”. More footage down bottom.
Despite the rain, fans packed S.O.B.’s last night to see J.Cole hit the stage for the first time. After finishing his set, Cole gave an encore performance of his street single, “Who Dat” produced by Elite. Prior to that, he premiered some verses. Check ’em out after the jump.