@KingL @therealJuicyJ @Pusha_T have something in common, which is they all have a “Dope Bitch”. Here’s a new single from King Louie’s album “Dope and Shrimp”.
@AsvpxRocky brought out @KendrickLamar at the Oakland leg of the LongLiveA$AP tour. Flacko and K. Dot performed the newly released ‘Fuckin Problems‘ song.
Last night a leaked Big Sean song purported to be from his sophomore album “Hall Of Fame”, made it’s way to the internet. It appears the song was unfinished and is actually titled “She Gon Have It”. Sean Don also elaborated on the content and direction of his second album below. Last night some fuck…
@ChaseNCashe will be releasing CHARM, the follow up to his The Heir Up There project on November 11th. Take a look at the features and producers enlisted to contribute to this body of work.
@KanyeWest was the main attraction for Samsung’s Galaxy Note II launch event. During his set, Yeezy brought out 2 Chainz to perform “Birthday Song”.
And we thought the Uppercut Survivor got whooped? This video that just surfaced shows an altercation between Chicago street rapper Lil Reese and an unidentified female at someone’s house party. At the 0:42nd mark it escalates from a verbal conflict to blows being thrown and Reese kicking the female while she’s down. It’s just fisticuffs…
Nayvadius sat down with Peter Bailey at Poe Boy Studios in M.I.A. to discuss his flourishing career and forthcoming projects.
@Timbaland took stage at the 2012 Shaggfest a couple months back. During his set he played a joint with T-Wayne that’s never been heard before. This could be a single from Shock Value 3, who knows. Source: HHNM
@MeekMill and @MainoHustleHard were both on MTV Rapfix today. Meek decided to drop an unreleased verse which was originally on Maybach Curtains before he swapped it out for a Ross verse. Maino brought his goonies with him to kick some bars as well.
@BigSean is preparing his sophomore Hall Of Fame. This is supposedly a song from that project. The story line follows Sean dealing with a chick he got knocked up, much like J. Cole on “Lost Ones”. There’s also a quick cameo from Common on the second verse. Produced by No I.D.