One of my favorite new comers Bridget Kelly (@theycallmebk) is finally set to drop off her debut album after a few years of building up momentum. Bridget Kelly was present at the ASCAP awards and decided to spill the beans to Rap-Up TV that her first LP will be titled “Something Different” and is scheduled…
The Bullitts (@TheBullitts) drop off another colorful and exciting visual treatment to the song “World Inside Your Rainbow” off the Jeymes Samuel lead album “They Die By Dawn and Other Short Stories”. Watch below.
2 Chainz (@2chainz) is set to debut the official video for his single “Feds Watching” after the BET Awards show tonight at 11:00 PM. For now, take a quick glance at the trailer to the visual below. B.O.A.T.S II: Me Time in stores Sept. 10th.
Chingy (@ChingyJackpot) decided to put a verse on Kanye West song “New Slaves” from the Yeezus album. Um. Listen below. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/new_slaves_Cemix_Chingy_1.mp3]
K. Michelle (@kmichelle) drops off the official visual aid to her single “V.S.O.P.” from her debut album Rebellious Soul. Watch below.
Foxy Brown was getting ready to give live performance of her new single called “Band Up” when in the midst of the struggle things took a turn for the worst. The Brooklyn rapstress took a spill to the ground that echoed throughout the venue and it looks like it hurt. Ouch. Watch below.
A lot of people drew comparisons to Kanye West and Depeche Mode when “Black Skinhead” was performed on Saturday Night Live. It would seem as if those comparisons fit perfectly upon listening to this mash up of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus” with the Yeezus scream anthem. Listen below. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Black-Skinhead-+-Personal-Jesus.mp3] via P&P
Big Seann (@bigsean) called into the radio to speak with Cosmic Kev about the release of his new single Beware, his sophomore album “Hall Of Fame” and more. One of the highlights was Big Sean speaking on the Old Tweets fiasco where it was revealed Travis Scott once said unkind words about the Finally Famous…
It’s about time this cat was let out of the bag. Hit-Boy rose to prominence in 2011 after placing one of the biggest rap records on Jay-Z & Kanye West “Watch The Throne” with “Niggas In Paris”. The single from the rap titans sold crazy and even prior to that Hit-Boy had snagged major production…
Curren$y (@Currensy_Spitta) loads up the second installment of his Showroom song series. Spitta kicks a bar in memory of Loisana rapper Lil Snupe on this verse as well. Produced by Cardo. Listen below.