Pusha liberates one of the more-anticipated cuts from his upcoming, My Name Is My Name album. (more…)
The MMG team drops the video for “Gallardo” featuring Gunplay, Ross, and Yo Gotti off their Self Made Vol. 3 compilation, which will hit stores tomorrow.
Rockie Fresh rolls out the visual treatment for his “Panera Bread” track with Rozay and Lunice off The Birthday Tape. Directed by DRE Films with animation coming from Bono Nikolic.
Kanye admittedly gets a little loose off the Goose at Pusha’s album listening party in NYC and delivers another epic rant for the record books. That beat playing before ‘Ye interrupted didn’t sound too bad either. My Name Is My Name, October 8.
Flatbush Zombies releases their newest project, Better Off Dead. (more…)
Abel liberates another visual off his Kiss Land album, dropping the video for “Live For” featuring Drake. Kiss Land in stores now.
Amidst two years of controversy regarding his sexuality and allegations of soliciting prostitutes, Mister Cee has finally resigned from his post at Hot 97. (more…)
Future Hendrix gets lavish in the official visual for his “Honest” single. Directed by Colin Tilley. Honest, the album, is currently set for a November 26 release.
Fabolous unveils the clip for “When I Feel Like It” featuring 2 Chainz. Hopefully Fab feels like dropping Loso’s Way 2 some time in the near future.
The self-proclaimed “King of NY” continued his shade-throwing at tonight’s show in NYC. (more…)
Drake rolls out the official trailer for his Nothing Was The Same LP, which features a 30-second snippet of an untitled Hit-Boy instrumental which we can only assume will appear on the album. Nothing Was The Same drops September 24.
Ye stops by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform “Bound 2″ off Yeezus, with some help from Charlie Wilson and The Roots. Kanye also edited his own first verse with a clean shot at Ray J.
Sean Kingston shoots a clip for his “Seasonal Love” collabo with Wale off Back 2 Life, which hits stores today.
Eminem premieres the video for his “Berzerk” single, which includes appearances from Rick Rubin, Kendrick Lamar, Slaughterhouse and more. MMLP 2 drops November 5.
Kanye isn’t the only one about to set arenas on fire in the coming months. (more…)
iHipHop Blog Team