You guys remember when Nas did a scene from Casino for his single “Street Dreams” and he actually got the guy from the movie and everything? Well, picture a different scene in the movie, a look-a-like actor, and a different song and you have this video. Read More
Lil Wayne isn’t the only rapper that’s being thrust into the spotlight for causing a commotion at an NBA game. During a Wizards-Raptors game on Tuesday, commentator Matt Devlin said sarcastically, “Wale is inspiring” after the cameras cuaght the MMG rapper sitting court side. Devlin then added, “I‘m sure someone on Twitter could tell me if they’ve exactly ever heard of Wale. He’s not Drake, that’s for sure.” Moments later, Wale tweeted, “@MattDevlinRaps watch ur mouth” and was seen approaching the announcer’s table. Read More
Rockie Fresh has had quite the eventful week. As a precursor to the release of his highly-anticiapted mixtape, “Electric HIghway,” Rockie held an exclusive audio-visual event entitled “Electric Highway 3D Visual Listening Experience” at SoHo’s Landmark Sunshine Cinemas. The Visual Experience was hosted by Shaheem Reid and was attended by Diggy Simmons, Vashtie, Chuck Creekmur ,r.O.b and took place on Thursday January 18th. Rockie then headlined New York’s SOBs on January 23rd to celebrate the release of “Electric Highway.” Sir Michael Rocks, Lunice and Sasha Go Hard also performed at that night’s event. If you haven’t already, you can download “Electric Highway” in our mixtape section on the homepage. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
Although Rockie Fresh’s signing to Maybach Music Group widely went under the radar to the general public, the Chicago rapper is rising to the surface, building his own lane on Electric Highway. Read More
Before Meek Mill’s major label debut, Dreams & Nightmares, drops on October 30, the MMG artist decided to drop one of the most-anticipated songs off the album, “Maybach Curtains” featuring Nas, John Legend, and Ricky Rozay.
Meek Mill in the studio with Nipsey Hussle recording a song off Meek’s debut album “Dreams & Nightmares”
Rick Ross’ “Black Magic” has turned into a fan favorite for it’s catchy chorus “Poof! There go the car! Poof! There go the crib! Poof! A hundred mil! David Copperfield!” Rozay did some magic of his own during a performance in Las Vegas by bringing out David Copperfield to share the stage. If that’s not swag, I don’t know what is.
Gunplay drops some visuals from his Bogota Rich mixtape.
On Tuesday June 26, 2012, Rick Ross led Maybach Music Group into Alife (in NYC) for an in-store appearance and autograph signing. Those in attendance were treated to a private performance from Rozay, Wale, Meek Mill, Stalley, and Omarion. iHipHop.com was on-hand to capture this exclusive performance. In case you missed it, check out photos from the event here.
To celebrate the release of their album “Self Made Vol. 2,” Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group set up a pop-up shop at Alife in NYC. Ross, Stalley, Meek Mill, Omarion, and Wale were all in attendance, signing albums and meeting fans. During the event, the group also performed a couple of tracks off the album. The event was sponsored by Ciroc and Reebok. All photos by Bernard Smalls.