Torch (@TorchMMG) reaches back to the U.F.O. 2 mixtape to bring forth a visual aid for “Thinking Out Loud”, assisted by Masspike Miles. Watch below.
Don Trip and Starlito made an appearance on Sway In The Morning to plug their new album Step Brothers 2 and do a live in studio rendition of “Rock Paper Scissors” and “Caesar & Brutus”. Watch below.
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) sat down with MTV and revealed his next offering from Mastermind, which is on course for a December release date. The title of the track is called “The Devil Is A Lie”, watch Rawse describe the chemistry him and Jay Z have found in the studio together over the years.
Lady Gaga (@LadyGaga) decided to share a new piece of music from her upcoming album ARTPOP. Take a quick listen to this snippet of Mother Monster’s self produced jam “Venus”. ARTPOP in stores on November 11th in the U.S. and November 8th in New Zealand.
Pharrell (@Pharrell) isn’t renaissance man, he is the renaissance. As such, he’s hand his hand in everything if you had trouble noticing, the super producer and newly wed has been contributing to Mrs. Carters fifth opus which he shared some tidbits about. Read below.
Leela James (@LeelaJames) and Anthony Hamilton (@HamiltonAnthony) rejuvenate the soul scene with this smooth rifting duet called “Say That”. Listen below.
Killer Mike (@KillerMikeGTO) and El-P give us a new visual from their joint album “Run The Jewels” for the cut “Get It”. Watch below.
Emilio Rojas goes beast mode on Drake’s “5 AM In Toronto”. Whew. He addresses rumors that he was signing to MMG after people saw him kicking it with Rick Ross but apparently the rap game is smoke and mirrors. Listen below.
Kingpen Slim (@KingpenSlim) drops a meaningful visual aid for his song “Hold You Down” in observance of Domestic Abuse month. Watch below.
Katy Perry (@KatyPerry) and Juicy J (@therealjuicyJ) joined each other on stage again to perform “Dark Horse” at the Hollywood Bowl for We Can Survive: Music For Live benefit concert. Katy just released her new album PRISM which is currently at #1 on the charts in it’s first week debut. Watch below.