Floyd Mayweather finally steps in the ring with Manny Pacquiao after an oft delayed amount of time for both parties to sign an agreement. Through smoke screens and drug tests, what’s being deemed “The Fight Of The Century” is finally happening now. Watch on the next page. NEXT PAGEDetails
ASAP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) is the center of attention for Billboard‘s latest issue. ASAP MOB’s de facto leader kicks it with the publication about a myriad of subjects from his musical tastes, not following trends and even delving into his personal life regarding the untimely passing of the late great ASAP YAMS. Things we pulled from…Details
To Pimp A Baltimore. After days of unrest, protests and rioting, the city of Baltimore has finally seen some silver lining in the wake of Freddie Gray’s inexplicable death while in Police custody. Today the states attorney Marilyn Mosby held a press conference to formally rule the case a homicide and charged one of the…Details
Lupe Fiasco (@lupefiasco) partakes in Throwback Thursday by sharing an unreleased visual aid for “Just Might Be OK”. If you haven’t been following Lu since his rise to rap star status, this unearthed video comes from the debut album “Food & Liquor”. Watch below.
Mac Miller (@macmiller) has been relatively quiet since the release of his highly acclaimed mixtape “Faces”. Since then the Most Dope rapper launched his Remember Music label and signed with Warner for an impressive $10 deal. Here’s the first of what’s to come of this year with the exception of “Just Some Raps, Nothing To…Details
For his latest single, DJ Khaled (@djkhaled @LilTunechi @BigSean @ChrisBrown) has called upon Wayne, Big Sean & Chris Brown for “How Many Times”. Before we get the full track, Khaled has dropped a preview which gives a good chunk of Wayne’s verse. Take a listen below and expect the full song to drop soon.