Cam addresses Jay’s claim that he made millions through Jigga Power. Generally seems as if he’s back to his sh*t-talking antics and enjoying being a rapper (even pushing 40!) This new tape, Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 might be more than just computers ‘putin. Might be.
Archive for the ‘Video’ Category
Champagne Papi performs at ALIFE and brings out Travis $cott and The Chef, Raekwon. Hat tip to NahRight for the post.
Dame Dash’s infamous temper and arrogance are no secret. But Just Blaze talks more expressly about the value of maintaining relationships in any industry, and why he believes it’s hard for the former Roc-A-Fella exec to make a comeback with his history of burning bridges.
Big Sean’s Hall Of Fame has not lived up to his grand expectations…the kind you have when you name your sophomore album Hall Of Fame, that is. But he is not without talent and some cleverness to boot so he’s giving fans and other viewers a chance to get to know him better (since it doesn’t appear that they’re buying anything he’s selling). He’s but a few Nicki Minaj and Kanye West features away from another hit and then — BAM! — famous again. Hang in there, Sean.
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.
Reese rolls out the visual for the intro track from his Supa Savage tape. Directed by Nick Brazinsky.
It’s happening. Pusha T is releasing the videos from the My Name Is My Name project, and as he said in his own “Twitter rant” he doesn’t care about the numbers. He’s right not to, because Clipse/Pusha fans have long supported them without needing the validation of it being the most popular idea: the poetic hustler-turned-repentant-artist.
Top Dawg Entertainment’s president Terrence Henderson (aka “Punch”) sits with homegrown radio to talk about newfound success and how they got there. Be inspired, y’all.
Big Sean met up with the last MVP not named LeBron James for an adidas-sponsored event to perform his song “Beware.” Derrick Rose explained how good he felt to be returning for another NBA season, and Big Sean added how great it was to be paired with legends. Buuuut, that’s pretty much the story of Big Sean’s career, like a rap Scottie Pippen minus the Hall Of Fame part. Hat tip to GWHH.
Gibbs. That’s the only reason this is here. Gibbs. From 2:04 to 2:56. Everything else is just people who rap in a generic way that inspires nothing. Or is a propos of nil.
He’s still a master of cadence, even if his lyric range is basically the same. The kid has endless flows. The a cappella style accentuates it.
Nard catches up with French Montana in Vancouver for another one of this informative, entertaining interviews. French speaks on, among other things, raising and eating pigeons.
IT’S MURDAAAAAA. Irv and Ja stop by the Power 105 studios (presumably for the first time this decade) to speak on Murder Inc., their relationship with Queens drug kingpin Supreme, financial & legal troubles, 50 Cent and more. Part two after jump. (more…)
In part two of his CRWN interview at NYU, Drizzy talks about his relationship with Jay Z, OVO Sound, working with Beyonce, and more. Check out part one of the interview here.
Iman Omari is a smoothed out/smoked out, electro-funky, jazzy singer making waves across the Left Coast beat scene, and in the R&B world at large. His debut album VIBErations dropped earlier this summer to almost all positive reviews. He rocks this set with rap’s new class (at the 31:00 mark): Moruf, Quelle Chris, Cavalier, Ill Camille and Denmark Vesey. Check his other vids after the jump. (more…)
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