At least you know what he’s gone say when he dunks on you. 2 Chainz showing off his court abilities.
Stalley keeps the visuals coming from his Honest Cowboy project, hitting the streets of Paris for his “Gettin By” video. Directed by Kellen Dengler.
After several delays, Banks feeds the streets F.N.O (Failure’s No Option), the first installment in his All Or Nothing mixtape series with DJ Drama. (more…)
Mac Miller loves him some pseudonyms. He whips out another for his latest tape, going under the moniker of “Delusional Thomas.” (more…)
Action Bronson and Party Supplies drop the sequel to 2012′s Blue Chips project. (more…)
Juicy J drops the official video for the Mike Will-produced intro track off his Stay Trippy LP.
Rocky and the crew throw on their Jason masks and hit the streets in the visual for “Angels” off Long.Live.A$AP. Directed by Luke Monaghan and Lord Flacko himself.
Trademark Da Skydiver’s highly anticipated album, Flamingo Barnes 2: Mingo Royale drops on November 19th. As a preview of what’s to come, Trade released his collaboration with Bodega Bamz entitled “1,000 Pounds (more…)
What you thought Fredo Kruger was gonna let 10.31 pass by without dropping some new music? (more…)
Onyx drops some new heat off their (hopefully) upcoming Cuzo album that they’ve been promoting for quite some time now. Statik Selektah behind the boards on this one. (more…)
Flocka celebrates Halloween by hitting the psych ward in his visual for the 808 Mafia-produced “Obituary” with Wooh Da Kid. This track appears on Flocka’s latest project, From Roaches To Rolex. Where’s that Flockaveli 2 at though?
On the surface, “The Monster” seems like a felicitous title for yet another collaboration from Rihanna and Eminem; a match made in hip-hop hell that we first encountered three summers ago. (more…)
Vic Mensa appears on BET’s The Backroom program and rips the mic for three minutes straight. Stay woke and make sure you check out Vic’s INNANETAPE.
Crooked I releases a video for the Snaz-produced “Against All Odds.” Directed by Bassel “Base” Naaman. People gotta stop biting Pac’s track titles, man.
iHipHop Blog Team