Sean Paul (@duttypaul) and Damian Marley shoot a viral visual for “Riot” off Full Frequency. Directed by Jon J. Watch below.
Asher Roth (@asherroth) revealed the title for his next album called Retro Hash. Asher has since parted ways with Def Jam and released the Greenhouse Effect Vol. 2 mixtape earlier this year. Check out the trailer announcing the forthcoming LP below.
The LOX (@real_lox) keep up the momentum on the heels of their newly released project, The Trinity EP. Sheek, Jada and Styles get busy over these two instrumentals “Sweet Serenade” and “Nosetalgia” from Pusha T’s “My Name Is My Name” album. Listen below.
Mike Will Made It (@mikewillmadeit) follows up the Drake and Juicy J remix of Sh!t with a remix consisting of Pastor Troy, Jeezy & T.I. This version will appear on his Mike Will Been Trill mixtape set to release on December 23rd. Listen below.
Cam’Ron (@Mr_Camron) sat down with Complex TV crew for a new installment in their series “Individuals.” During the interview the legendary Dipset artist shared some more than interesting stories. Take a look below as Cam shares stories about Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Larry David, getting pissy drunk, and more.Details
Wale (@Wale) was the latest guest on Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg’s Juan Epstein show. This comes after the MMG artist sat down with Hot 97’s Morning Show and spoke on his beef with Complex. In the new 44-minute interview, Wale discusses with Complex Magazine, his new track “Walk ‘N Live,” the media and more.Details
Jeremih (@Jeremih) and Shlohmo (@Shlohmo) collaborated with “Bo Peep (Do You Right)” earlier this year as part of ‘Yours Truly and Adidas Originals Songs from Scratch Series.’ With the holidays approaching, the two announce a new collaborative EP currently untitled but is set to drop this upcoming February.
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay), Fat Trel (@FATTREL), and Tracy T (@TheRealTracyT) had let loose the audio for his one earlier this month which also featured Meek Mill. They MMG crew are back now with the official video to their rendition of Future’s street banger “Sh!t,” without the Philly emcee.Details