As much as I don’t like the defending World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies, I’ve gotta give it up to them for showing so much fight and beating the Colorado Rockies in the National League Division Series last night. A two out rally in the 9th inning–after giving up the lead in the bottom of the 8th–meant the second win in as many days for the Phils, as well as a trip to the National League Championship Series to face off against Joe Torre, Manny Ramirez and the young-but-dangerous Los Angeles Dodgers. The Phillies are only the fifth champions from the National League to win a post-season series the next year, according to ESPN, giving the Phillies a dangerous swagger going into the next round. The NLCS will begin on Thursday at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles.
Last night Kendrick Lamar threw the first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers' game against the San Francisco Giants. Compared to Jack White's pitch at the Tigers game last summer (and 50 Cent's pathetic attempt at one), Kendrick did a pretty well. Read our review of his latest album, To Pimp a Butterfly here. Watch his pitch after the jump.
It was only a matter of time before other cities got in on Eminem's "Detroit Vs. Everybody" concept. Read more on the story after the jump!
Vince Staples winning streak continues as he drops the visuals for his Hell Can Wait cut "Fire". In the video Staples finds himself situated in a church and during confession repeating (to whomever is listening) that he is going to hell. Peep the vid after the jump and do yourself a favor and check out his Hell Can Wait EP right here.
The Game is set to drop his anticipated Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf project next week (October 14th to be exact) and today he's sharing "F*ck Yo Feelings" featuring Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. The Game previously shared "Black on Black" featuring Jeezy and Kevin Gates. Listen to "F*ck Yo Feelings" after the jump.