Solange takes it back to the H-Town to shoot the video for “Lovers In The Parking Lot” off her True EP. And yes, that’s Bun B electric-sliding around the 2:20 mark.
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Kanye and Charlie Wilson go across the pond to make an appearance on Later…With Jools Holland to perform “Bound 2″ off Yeezus.
R&B queen Janelle Monae stops by Power 105′s The Breakfast Club program to speak on her relationship with Prince, The Electric Lady album, working with Big Boi & Diddy, and more.
Termanology hits the bodega and hooks up with N.O.R.E. in the visual for “Judo” which will appear on Termanology’s upcoming GOYA album. The track samples Pun’s classic “100%” record.
Stalley premieres his video for “Cup Inside A Cup” off the Honest Cowboy EP with Belly-style visuals. This subtle beat knocks and the lyrics don’t hurt it too much. MMG’s 6th Man might have something on his hands.
Nicely woven tale of the drug game from two vastly different viewpoints. Pusha’s — well — pushing. And K. Dot is observing the substances erode and rule his family at once.
Danny Brown releases the intro to his Old LP, due out September 30. (more…)
Flocka stops by Power 105′s The Breakfast Club program and speaks on Gucci’s latest Twitter rant and arrest.
Pusha liberates one of the more-anticipated cuts from his upcoming, My Name Is My Name album. (more…)
first of all, pause that song title all the way. now, another moment in hip-hop weekday singles release history happened today. jay z, temporarily descended from his throne of art collecting and international-ing, blessed the people (those wicked ingrates) with a verse from on high. and it’s on drake’s new album. reasons why this is major… (more…)
The MMG team drops the video for “Gallardo” featuring Gunplay, Ross, and Yo Gotti off their Self Made Vol. 3 compilation, which will hit stores tomorrow.
Rockie Fresh rolls out the visual treatment for his “Panera Bread” track with Rozay and Lunice off The Birthday Tape. Directed by DRE Films with animation coming from Bono Nikolic.
Pharrell getting funky at the disco.
If this song is any indication of the tone of Drake’s Nothing Was The Same, sh*t’s about to get even more deep and uncomfortable. Drake’s best work is his most squirming, awkward struggle with fame set to the rhythm of an increasingly confident flow. A personal letter to his mother and uncle? That’s just the start.
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