Nas pays a visit to Real Time With Bill Maher where he speaks on his upcoming IllmaticXX release, “Black Republican,” and more.
Freddie Gibbs releases some new heat entitled “On Some G Sh*t,” which is features G-Wiz and is produced by the “Mercy” man, Lifted.
Smells like 2003 in here. 50 reunites with Joe for the smooth “Big Rich Town,” the latest release from Fif’s upcoming Animal Ambition LP. Directed by Eif Rivera.
Ciara and Kim Kardashian’s respective better-halves sure know a thing or two about trophy wives. Ye and Nayvadius decide to share that knowledge, slowing it down on “I Won,” the latest single from Future’s forthcoming Honest LP. Read More
Kendrick jumps on a new version of SZA’s “Babylon” track, produced by DJ Dahi. This will appear on her Z EP, dropping tomorrow. One of the better beats and (Kendrick) verses in recent memory. Read More
Fans at Club Nokia last night for Q’s Oxymoron World Tour were treated to a special performance of the threequel to Quincy and Ab-Soul’s “Druggy’s Wit Hoes.” The track was originally slated to appear on Oxymoron but ended up not surviving the album’s final cut.
Boosie shoots a visual for “Show Da World,” his first official release since being discharged from a Louisiana prison.
Pharrell appeared as the musical guest on this week’s episode of SNL and performed a couple of hits from his chart-topping G I R L album. Hit the jump to see P’s performance of “Marilyn Monroe.”
Q and BJ The Chicago Kid hit the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform their “Studio” collaboration off Oxymoron.
Yelawolf drops a video for his “Box Chevy V” single which will appear on his forthcoming Love Story LP.
Rick Ross drops a visual for the Black Metaphor-produced “Rich Is Gangsta” off his Mastermind LP. Directed by DRE Films.