@CYHIDAPRYNCE shared his unicef pennies on the latest release from Yeezy and Hov’s joint album, Watch The Throne. Otis hit the airwaves and internets, sending everyone into a frenzy. Here’s some insight from someone who was present during the creation of the song. Advertisements
Hov took a break from finalizing Watch The the Throne to surprise those in attendance at Ri Ri’s New Jersey leg of the Loud Tour. They performed Run This Town and Umbrella.
Jay Rock and the rest of the Black Hippies collective greet you. Follow Me Homes available on July 26th.
The former GOOD Music artist lets off some shots aimed at Terrence Thornton. He didn’t spare Yeezy on this either. Movies On Demand 3, coming soon. Cons + Pusha T = Pusha Teef.
While we’ve yet to hear the new single Drizzy promise us, Rolling Stone was lucky enough to get an ear full of 3 tracks slated to appear on the sophomore album, Take Care. “Shot For Me”, The Real Her featuring Weezy and Free Spirit featuring Rozay. He cues up several tracks in various states of…Details
Tyrese releases the official remix of his single “I Gotta Chick,” featuring Rick Ross and R. Kelly. Open Invitation on the way.Details
Check out “Dot Dot Dot,” the latest from Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean and Curren$y. Big Jerm produced the track. DownloadDetails
Singer-songwriter Verse Simmonds revealed “Who Gon Stop Me,” his contribution to Kanye West and Jay-Z‘s Watch The Throne, boasts a dubstep production. “What we did is, we locked in a week, we just went crazy on everything Jay and Kanye. I remember telling Sham (his production partner), I was like, ‘Yo, I think this dubstep…Details