@NewerYork spoke to Jay Electronica while on the red carpet at BET’s Hip Hop Awards where he reportedly performed next to Common. Although there isn’t exactly a promise of when he’s dropping new music, he insists Jay Z has heard it and has the new material. Watch below.
Common (@common @jayelectronica) called Jay Electronica to share the stage with him at AAHH! Fest. As promised, the two emcees performed a live rendition of “Kingdom” remix, along side Vince Staples. The track hasn’t been released yet but I think we’re all looking forward to hearing new Jay Elec.
Common set the stage tonight in Chicago at Union Park for the first annual AAHH! Fest. On the bill was the likes of Jay Electronica and others but the biggest performance was a surprise appearance by none other than Yeezus in his hometown. Watch the full performance on the next page. NEXT PAGE
Nicki Minaj (@nickiminaj @arianagrande) took stage at this years iHeartRadio Musical Festival in Las Vegas and put on a 30 minute set. Onika performed a live rendition of her catalogs best songs along with a special guest surprise by having Ariana Grande come out on stage for “Bang Bang”. Watch below and on the next…
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko) appeared on The Today Show to promote her major label debut “Souled Out”, which is the #1 R&B album and Top 3 overall on the charts. Watch her perform a “weedless” rendition of her single “The Pressure” below.
Jennifer Lopez (@JLo) and Iggy Azalea (@IGGYAZALEA) share the highly anticipated visuals for their “Booty” collaboration. *turns off audio and watches*
G-Unit invaded the radio airwaves once again. This time they stopped near my neck of the woods in Baltimore for Off The Hook at 92Q Jams with Porkchop and Squirrel. In absence of 50 Cent and Young Buck, the three G-Unit rappers held it down and kicked some bars over Nas classic “NY State Of…
Life comes at you fast. Vitaly Zhuravsky is an Ukrainian MP, who is highly unpopular due to his ties with former President Viktor Yanukovych. Outside of parliament he was met by a group of protestors who were fed up and decided to take out the trash, literally. The good news is, if Zhurasvky career in…
Lil Wayne uses this Weezy Wednesday installment as an opportunity to promote the upcoming release of the official video to “Grindin”, assisted by Drake. It will be out on Friday (Sept. 19th), check back here to watch.
Key! (@FATMANKEY) takes to the streets of New York for his new video “Give Em Hell”. The track can be found on his collaborative mixtape with OG Maco, also called Give Em Hell. Watch the video below: