Future (@1future) took stage in Austin, Texas at the Fader Fort for SXSW. The rap crooner did live renditions of his street anthems and chart toppers such as Loooveee Song, Same Damn Time, Turn On The Lights, Bugatti and more. Watch the footage of Future’s high energy set below. Advertisements
Trae Tha Truth (@TraeABN) and @ItsaProblem hit the rooftop at Nice Kicks for their SXSW showcase in Austin, Texas. Trae Tha Truth and his west coast comrade Problem performed a new single called ‘Yeah Hoe’, watch the footage below.
Best friends become strangers, indeeed. Gucci Mane took to twitter to announce the departure and dropping of his flagship artist Waka Flocka Flame. No word on what the cause of the rift is but they have split and parted ways apparently. Could this have something to do with Gucci Mane’s new found apprentice Young Scooter?…
Olivia (@1andonlyOlivia) snatched up Erica Mena’s song that Rich Dollaz originally gave her which caused a dramatic fall out on the Love & Hip Hop NY show. Listen to both versions and decide which one is your favorite. Olivia Version Erica Mena Version
Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) drops his latest project despite his rift with Waka Flocka Flame. Check out the second installment in his Trap Back mixtape series below. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Young Jeezy and 2 Chainz connect on camera for the club anthem single off Jeezy’s “It’s Tha World” mixtape. Check out a quick teaser for the video before it drops.
After all my lust of Solange (@solangeknowles), I finally got to see her up close and personal at the FADER FORT powered by Converse for SXSW. Solange performed a bunch of cuts from her TRUE EP, with a lot of smooth grooves and hip shaking in between. Watch the footage below.
The good die young, unfortunately. Lupe Fiasco decided to sing a song of sorrow as a tribute to 6 month old Jonylah Watkins of Chicago, who was killed during a shooting. Rest In Peace. She lives as long as we do. She will live forever. God bless your soul and the family you left behind.…
Mr. Hudson reemerges from his quiet hiatus and shares new solo material. It’s been a while since we heard from the G.O.O.D music vocalist who was very instrumental in the creation of 808’s and Heartbreaks, but now he’s ready to follow up with a release after Never Grow Up. Listen below via Missinfo