will.i.am talks to the mirror. No one is suprised by this. Wassup, Miley. Nice to see you here again.
Wiz drops the visual for “The Plan” with Juicy J, one of the stronger cuts off O.N.I.F.C. All of this and he’s still the man.
This is a fun song. They do need more champagne, and Wiz has made himself into a Nate-Dogg-Too-Short-Snoop-Dogg combo that sounds good on everything.
With less than a week to go until the release of Suffering From Success, Khaled has generous enough to leak a good portion of the album, which is akin to the dude that stands on the side of the highway dressed in a giant sandwich costume and hands out coupons for free Subway. However, this cut is actually good. Read More
the unofficial tag-team is one of hip-hop’s quiet victories over other forms of music. while rock and jazz and r&b is often replete with dual acts like the singer and the drummer, or the keyboard player and the bassist, hip-hop tends to thrive on the power of the individual voice.
His wife, his son, and a pound of weed. The three things Wiz would bring with him if stranded on a desert island. It speaks to his maturity and…his love of cannabis…all at once. So complete, this man.
The year’s not even over and Drake is at #11 on this list, with $10.5M banked already. King Kendrick ain’t far off his heels with $9M in total. 50 Cent has also tumbled way down this list as compared to a few years ago. It looks like the young guns are taking their official place and not just some “Saved-By-The-Bell-The-New-Class” knockoffs either. Read the full list after the jump. Hat tip to TSS.
“I be in the club”…That’s how Miley Cyrus starts this song about Jordans. Miley be a lot of things, we suppose. She be recording bangers. She be twerkin’. She be trampling all over the remains of hip-hop. Light work. “23” post jump.
Ty & Wiz hit the countryside for the visual accompaniment to their “Irie” collabo, off Beach House 2.