Dave Chappelle’s son was right @NickCannon is hil-rah-ee-us. The rapper/actor/comedian follows up his appearance in Real Husband Of Hollywood’s Cypher on BET Hip Hop Awards with this parody of himself. He samples Dave Chappelle’s skit to strike back at his haters who poke fun at the rap mogul about his wife, beef with Eminem and…Details
No New Friends? @1Future and @Drake were alleged to have had a spat regarding comments made by the Freebandz (t)rap singer in an interview with Billboard. The result of which Future found himself being forced off the tour but thankfully cooler heads prevail as the two collaborators made amends and reach an agreement that brought…Details
ScHoolBoy Q (@schoolboyq) made a stop to Shade 45 for Sway In The Morning where he decided to take part in the 5 Fingers Of Death freestyle. In addition to spitting some verses Groovy Q placed a call to his TDE brethren Kendrick Lamar to talk about his “Control” and BET Cypher Verses. Watch below.
Young Scooter (@1YOUNGSCOOTER) recruits Future for his “Caught Up In The Streets” video. The track is off of Scooters’ “From The Cell Block To Your Block” mixtape that’s out now. Check the video out below. @panzarleonardDetails
Yuna (@yunamusic) is gearing up to drop her upcoming LP, ‘Nocturnal’ on October 29th. This will be her Yuna’s first full-lenghth project after self-titled debut LP. With that release date drawing near, the talented singer-songwriter drops off a new pop track titled, “Someone Who Can.” https://soundcloud.com/yunazarai/yuna-someone-who-canDetails
N.O.R.E. (@noreaga) teams with Reks (@therealreks) on their chest thumpin’ track properly titled “Jesus Take The Wheel”. This shit goes hard as N.O.R.E. takes it back to the Ruff Ryders “Wild Out” era as Reks and him blacks out on a sinister Hazardis Soundz beat. Check the track out below. @panzarleonardDetails
Melanie Fiona (@MelanieFiona) debuted the behind the scenes look at her new video “Cold Piece,” last week. Today, fans can watch the full video from Mel. The Pepsi Pulse-produced jam is directed by Ryan Wick and features the singer handing out ice cream in Brooklyn. Take a look below.
50 Cent (@50cent) sat down with Jack Thriller of Thisis50 to discuss the battle rap scene. 50 started things off by explaining why he’d rather sign an artist who can make songs rather then a battle rapper due to the fact that battle rappers have a history of not making it in the mainstream rap…Details