Em unveils the official artwork for his upcoming sequel to The Marshall Mathers LP, slated to arrive on November 5. (more…)
Aubrey can’t get out of our heads this week. He’s on every show talking about the album and his new lease on life. Sounding like a motivational speaker out here. Ellen grilled him on his dating life, popping up pictures of various rumored flings and Drake swatted them like David Ortiz. Of Rihanna? Watch.
Abel keeps the promo going for his Kiss Land album, releasing the video for “Pretty.”
Vado drops off a new record entitled “Frank White,” produced by Butter Beats. (more…)
JT comes through with the second single off The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2, “TKO,” produced by none other than Timbo. (more…)
It’s safe to say the Ja Rule wants to put that last ten years or so behind him. Since releasing his single “Fresh Out Da Pen,” Rule has been doing the media blitz, getting back on the horse, so to speak. Good for him. Now the job of introducing an entire generation to his music and winning back some of the old fans.
Eminem’s childhood home is for sale at auction. Based on some of the topics he covered on that album, and the trauma associated with it, my guess is he won’t be bidding. But there may be some interested buyers in the Detroit area. Details after the jump. (more…)
Rocky and Riff Raff sit down for the second part of their “Back & Forth” interview for Noisey, featuring an appearance from A$AP Yams and A$AP Ferg. Much hilarity ensues including Riff Raff claiming to be a virgin.
Keef drops off the visual for “Love No Thotties,” which is slated to appear on his upcoming Almighty Sosa project. That is, if it ever comes out. Shot by Zae.
I think I just want to watch Nitty Scott in a lot of videos. I don’t care if she never rhymes again once in her life. She was great on the hook though. Shouts to the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Nati crew Tanya Morgan. They drop Rubber Souls, produced entirely by 6th Sense, like now.
Kid Ink releases the official video for “F*ck Sleep,” one of the harder cuts off his Almost Home EP. Directed by Alex Nazari.
iHipHop Blog Team