The Throne was in Yeezy’s stomping grounds for the second time last night and performed their hit single another 8 times for Chi-Town, for another round. Well technically 8 x 8 equals 16? I’ve lost count, this has gotta stop. UPDATE: HD footage. Advertisements
In this episode of @realWizKhalifa’s webisode series, the Taylor Gang Capo performs his single from Mac & Devin Go To High School, sans Snoop Dogg. The album enrolls in stores on December 13th.
Some new Uncle @SnoopDogg and what sounds like @AKON come through with this hearse driving gritty track. No telling where it’s from but I like it. What about you (you and you?) DOWNLOAD: Snoop Dogg – You & You
@mynameisGTwo shines his light on the scene of over saturated up and comers with this extremely crisp and luminous visual for the single “Lights (Remix)”. The song is from G-Two’s latest project, One Man Army Vol. 2: War Paint.
@YoungJeezy sat down with @3rika at Billboard for an intervie with The Juice. In the clip they discuss his upcoming album, Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition. In speaking with Da Snowman, he bluntly says “We got every day people who live every day lives and I make music for them. I’m not making that shit…
The west coast trio hit the stage at Highline Ballroom and performed the single off their debut LP, The DIV. Source: PDS
@MiguelUnlimited @MissJillScott are some key acts who were overlooked for this years Grammy nominations. The two crooners have put in an undeniable amount of work with great projects to boot, and yet the deserved spots weren’t granted for a 54th Grammy nod? They both took to Twitter to vent about not being acknowledged, and rightfully…
The Holy Grail will be invading the UK’s network ITV with a performance that airs on December 4th. Bey’s show has already been recorded and some clips have been released in prepration for it going live tomorrow.
Out of North Philly comes Indy 500 alongside his illadepia brethren Peedi and Freeway. First visual from Indy’s forthcoming project, The Great Flood. Directed by Jimmy Giambrone.
After addressing the rumors, Drake continued to keep the crowd rockin at Jingle Jam 2011 by performing new and old joints from his catalog. He again reinforces his point about not leaving Young Money as he segues into “Show Me A Good Time” and eventually enters Marvin’s Room. Show Me A Good Time Right Above…