On Thursday, June 14, Nas held a listening session for his upcoming album, “Life Is Good” at the New Musuem in New York City. Guests in attendance included, Eric Sermon, DJ Khaled, and Swizz Beatz. Photos by Lucas Alvarado / Far Fetched Future.
On Wednesday May 2, 2012, Rick Ross filled the conference room at the Eventi Hotel in midtown Manhattan to hold a press conference and make some major announcements on behalf of Maybach Music. Rick and Diddy first announced that French Montana’s album, “Excuse My French,” will drop on July 17th. French’s next single will reportedly feature Rick Ross, Drake & Lil Wayne. It was also announced that Meek Mill’s upcoming mixtape, “Dreamchaser 2” will drop on May 7th and be followed by his debut album, “Dreams & Nightmares” on August 28th. Rozay also announced that the MMG compilation “Self Made v.2,” will drop June 26th and then announced that his next solo album “God Forgives, I Don’t Will” hit shelves July 31st. After weeks of speculations, Ross also announced the latest signee to MMG – Omarion. This needless to say announcement came as a surprise to most. Click through and check out all the photos from the MMG press conference. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
On March 15th, an official press release went out that day and Reebok announced they’ve teamed up with Rick Ross, Mike Posner & Tyga for their newest campaign “It Takes A Lot To Make A Classic” (Tyga was unable to attend due to his tour schedule but is apart of the campaign). The campaign will highlight Reebok’s “Icon” footwear, Ex-o-Fit, WorkOut and Freestyle, while celebrating its rich history as The Classics brand.
Damn! According to the NY Post he’s that guy.
A Mega rep told us: “We have never received any word that any artist has [individually] filed a take-down . . . [we have] legally binding agreements with the performers that appear in the video . . . They promised that they had the rights to enter into that agreement and it’s not interfering with any third-party rights.