Rick Ross (@rickyrozay @stalley @gunplaymmg) round up his MMG hittas Stalley and Gunplay along side Killer Mike for the remix to “Mastermind” cut “Black & White”. They touch on the Ferguson tension and Mike Brown shooting. Listen below. Advertisements
Meek Mill (@MeekMill @MacMiller) might be locked up but that doesn’t stop music from being released. Take a listen to “I Like It”, assisted by Mac Miller. https://soundcloud.com/michael-sullivan-130/meek-mill-i-like-it-featmac-miller
Kid Ink (@Kid_Ink) cruises through with a new visual aid for “Rollin”, from his debut album “My Own Lane”. Watch below.
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko @oldmanebro) sat down on Ebro In The Morning at Hot 97 to plug her forthcoming major label debut “Souled Out”. The Slauson singer opened up about her early life growing up and being mischievous but balanced as a teenager. Jhene also shared how exactly she met Drake for the first time and…
G-Unit followed up their Funk Flex radio invasion and video release for “Watch Me” by stopping by The Breakfast Club for what may be one of their most controversial interviews in a while. When asked about the run in with Fredro Starr years back, Yayo and Curtis claimed to have beat up the Onyx rapper…
Raury (@raury @realsway) stopped by Sway In The Morning to chop it up and promote his new project Indigo Child. After shooting the breeze, Raury kicks a freestyle over Outkast classic “Me & You (Elevators)”. Watch below.
Jeezy (@youngjeezy @1future) was the musical guest on The Tonight Show and brought along Future to perform their collaborative single “No Tears”. Seen It All: The Autobiography in stores now.
Mac Miller (@macmiller) drops off the visual aid to one of his stand out tracks “Diablo”, which was apart of “Faces” mixtape. Follow along as Mac Miller hits the streets of Los Angeles with his Most Dope Family and rides around in a “Old Jewish” food truck while kicking his vernacular. Watch below.
Raekwon (@Raekwon) comes through with the twelfth installment of his Throwback Thursday series. This one is called “Close To You” and is a rework of Gwen Guthrie classic single. Listen below.
Chris Brown is the centerpiece for the September issue of Billboard. Breezy opens up about his troubles and being in the public eye over the last few years. Cop the magazine here. I realize that what I do for a living opens my life to public scrutiny and that I have a responsibility to everyone…