Bomb so hard, muhfuckas wanna boo you. Jay-Z was in the house that he helped build to see his Brooklyn Nets defeat the New York Knicks 96-89. However, Slick Rick shot an air ball with this halftime performance that would give Milli Vanilli a run for their money. Take a look below. Advertisements
Hov was at the Knicks game, big chain, in all his splendor. The Brooklyn Nets beat the New York Knickerbockers 96-89, but prior to the victory Jay-Z had to get in on the action by dribbling around on the Barclays Center floor. Ball so hard.
After dropping his single and accompanying visual for My Life, Curtis thought it would be a fitting time to reveal the release date of his fifth studio album, Street King Immortal. Right now, it’s slated for a February 26th release date, which would be almost 10 years from the date of his Get Rich or…
@ItsPacDiv distribute some aggressive content in the visual aid for their Mac Miller assisted cut from GMB. Check out the official video for Black Acura below.
@Phillyfreezer calls on his ock @Wale over some godlike production from Jake One and DJ Khalil. This song is called True and is available on Free’s new album, Diamond In The Ruff. Which you can purchase on iTunes.
@SkylarGrey is set to roll out her debut album, Don’t Look Down which is executive produced by Eminem. Here’s a radio rip of the first single called C’mon Let Me Ride which channels part of Queen’s Bicycle Ride song. via HHNM. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Skylar-Grey-feat.-Eminem-Cmon-Let-Me-Ride.mp3]