They better not ruin this the way that DC Comics ruined The Green Lantern movie. In theatres July 22nd. Advertisements
Rozay and Weezy’s collab gets their visual aid, which is set to drop on Friday.
Hov was too busy at Irving Plaza with Big Sean and Yeezy to perform his duet with Sade, but that didn’t stop her from doing a live rendition of the collab in Long Island last night.
@PYNKMag launches it’s first official issue with Melo’s better half as the centerpiece. Look for it on newsstands in July. On Basketball Wives “I was offered a spot on the show. I turned it down. I have absolutely nothing against basketball wives, the show Basketball Wives, or anything like that. But I pride myself in…
@Raekwon chopped it up with RubyHornet about preserving his brand and reuniting with Nas musically.
@PILL4180 recruits @YoGottiKOM @2Chainz and the rest of his MMG cohorts for the remix to his joint featured on Self Made. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Pill-feat.-Rick-Ross-Tity-Boi-Meek-Mill-Yo-Gotti-Gunplay-Pac-Man-Remix.mp3]
From the clear blue skies falls a new @Common track produced by No I.D. This comes from a new project called “The Pursuit EP” from Cocaine 80’s formed by the likes of No I.D., Common, Steve Wyreman, Rob Kinelski, Kevin Randolph, James Fauntleroy, Makeba and more. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Common-Summer-Madness-Prod.-No-I.D..mp3] FSD
Dubcnn visited Jay Rock at the Top Dawg Ent headquarters in Carson, CA, to talk about his album “Follow Me Home” dropping July 26th. His long awaited debut is finally coming out, after years of push backs and delays, via Tech N9ne’s successful independent imprint Strange Music. Jay Rock tells us about his journey up…
Hip-Hop mogul and co-founder of Hip-Hop Since 1978 has been appointed to the position of chairman at Geffen Records, which is a branch of Interscope. Boss figure, Jimmy Iovine confirms the news by stating: “Gee has a unique combination of talents that the music industry really needs running a record company today.” Billboard