What a way to start a Monday. Chance and Cole World team up for this tribute to …creative loving females. This is more in Cole’s lane in terms of juvenile approaches to dating and girls with low self-esteem. In any case, the performance bumps and Chance revives the stage line by line, as J. Cole waits for some momentum to infect him. Watch after the jump.
He dedicated this to the “glue that holds the sports world together” before telling Skylar Diggins that he’d be one for her. Ladies and gentleman, Drake’s “Side Pieces.” Click through the jump for video.
Jay Electronica has been hinting at a big announcement during his performance at the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival. He’s added all of his music to a long-abandoned SoundCloud page. He’s been on Twitter again, ranting, after a lengthy absence. AND HE BROUGHT OUT JAY Z FOR HIS PERFORMANCE! Might this be the release that defines his elusive career? Watch after the jump.
The Childish One got to the top spot on iTunes with his album Because The Internet. Surfing this buzz, here he is on Kimmel.
Maybe two of the best groups performing live together? Yes.
The young gods of Flatbush vicinity take to Boiler Room for this incredible live set. Respect and big up alla di yute dem.
I don’t know if you heard King Los before his “Control” freestlye. Congratulations if you did, because I hadn’t. Anyway, I caught up. This kid is one of the best doing it, hands down. He needs no introductions but here is a complete list (compiled by Reddit users) of every King Los freestyle murder.
My nickname for this is also “Worst Song On The Album” but maybe it has a second life with this video. His pops is in it, after all.