Fredo drops a visual for the Lex Luger-produced “No Hook,” the latest offering from his upcoming Trappin’ Ain’t Dead album, which will be here on Halloween. Tech or treat.
In the latest episode of Noisey’s entertaining Back & Forth series, Pretty Flacko and Snoop D-O-double-G roll up a blunt and chop it up on a number of topics including groupies, dealing with early success, Drake, 2Pac, and more. Hit the jump for part two. (more…)
Ri-Ri drops the visual for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced single, “Pour It Up. Three minutes of Rihanna working it out underwater as the Twerk Queen of Atlantis. We ain’t mad.
Terrence Thorton’s debut solo album sprung a (self-imposed) leak last night. So what’s the early verdict on My Name Is My Name? (more…)
Tyler, Hodgy, Domo and Earl (aka the only people who matter in Odd Future) hook up for a new posse cut, entitled “Look.” (more…)
As has been the latest trend with their artists’ releases, Def Jam decides to give listeners a free stream of Pusha’s solo debut. Because hey, album sales are overrated. (more…)
After much delay, this is really happening. Cam releases his Ghetto Heaven Tape tape, which was originally scheduled for July 4. Alas, Killa Season has returned. (more…)
Ferg and Rocky take the stage on Arsenio to perform “Shabba.” Trap Lord in stores now.
Nelly stops by The Breakfast Club to discuss his participation in the BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher, his new album M.O., Miley Cyrus, and more.
Dom Kennedy unveils the official tracklisting for his upcoming Get Home Safely LP. (more…)
The white girls are out in full force as Migos fittingly combine the two biggest hits off their YRN mixtape into one mega-visual. Directed by Gabriel Hart.
Meek Mill drops off the third installment in his Dreamchasers mixtape series. (more…)
Reese rolls out the visual for the intro track from his Supa Savage tape. Directed by Nick Brazinsky.
iHipHop Blog Team