We get a glimpse of Tunechi’s performance on Unplugged, with him doing a rendition of his first Carter IV single, with some assistance from Cory Gunz.
@Stalley samples the Godfather of Rap on this joint. I’ll let him tell it tho: “Summer In America” was inspired by the passing of Gil Scott Heron and his song “Winter In America”. He inspired me. I need everyone to get in their cars and ride around their neighborhoods to this. If you haven’t heard…Details
Tunechi talks with Sway about one of the new songs he debuted at MTV: Unplugged, called Nightmares Of The Bottom. In this clip, Weezy gives an in depth explanation on what the song means.
Well I’ll be damned, ruined marriages and two books later, Karrine Steffans most notoriously referred to as Superhead, breaks her silence on the first published work where she blew the whistle, and a lot of rappers or athletes.
Want to walk in @MeekMill‘s shoes? well this is the closes you get. Just hope they aren’t a pair of Reeboks. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Meek-Mill-Put-Yourself-In-My-Position-ft.-Triple-Cs-Magazeen.mp3]Details
Instead of the Summer Jam screen, @ProdigyMobbDeep and Havoc were the next guests during Lloyd Banks set. A G-Unit reunion of sorts for the Queens rappers.
Royal Flush 2 [Photoshoot] from Decatur Dan on Vimeo. Footage of @CyHiDaPrynce being snapped for his mixtape cover, Royal Flush 2. In the clip, you can hear a preview of a joint that’s going to be on the mixtape, called Cold As Ice.Details