A new posthumous Doe B (@cbmdoeb @djfrankwhite @g_eazy @mainohustlehard) track has surfaced. “I Ain’t Missin” is a braggadocios street banger with cross-country features from NY’s Maino and The Bay’s G-Eazy. Doe B continues to live on through his music. Check out the track below:
Sisqo needs to write a new Thong Song cause apparently Kyle “Quick” from Jagged Edge got in his ass (pause). Backstage at the KBLX “Hot Summer Night” concert, Dru Hill’s front man threw down fisticuffs with Jagged Edge member Kyle Norman after words were exchanged and beef was lingering from an interview J.E. did with…Details
The Game (@thegame @ILoveMakonnen5D) acknowledges the wave of the newest OVO signee I Love Makonnen and adds a verse to his buzzing single “Tuesday”. Listen below and cop on iTunes.
MIGOS (@MIGOSATL) had a fight night, literally. Quality Control rap squadron got into it with a would be thief who tried to steal a chain from them during a concert at Club Limelight in Nashville, Tennessee. Needless to say, things didn’t go well for the guy who attempted to jack their jewelry. Watch below and…Details
Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to sit down and talk about his new #1 album Blacc Hollywood and also give a performance for the crowd in attendance. Wiz chops it up on the subject of his tattoos and plays “Dem Boyz or Not Dem Boyz”. Young Khalifa also performed two live selections…Details
Flying Lotus (@flyinglotus @kendricklamar) highly anticipated collision “Never Catch Me” with Kendrick Lamar finally surfaces. This clash between Fly Lo and K. Dot is said to be one of many as a lot of beats were given to the TDE rapper while on the Yeezus tour last year. This one in particular will appear on…Details
Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) paid a visit to BBC Radio 1 for Charlie Sloth’s “Fire In The Booth” series. Daniel kicked a fierce set of bars over Earl Sweatshirt’s “Chum” and Drake’s “0 To 100”, including his signature vocal tones and facial expressions. Must watch. via MichellDetails
VH1 Presents ATL: The Untold Story Of Atlanta’s Rise In The Rap Game. Appearances by Ludacris, Young Jeezy, Outkast, Killer Mike, T.I., Lil Jon, and more. Watch on the next page. NEXT PAGEDetails