Ja Rule (@ruleyork) sat down with Ebro and Peter Rosenberg on HOT 97. In his newly released book Unruly: The Highs and Lows of Becoming a Man he details incidents and run ins with 50 Cent which he shares on the airwaves. At the 4:50 mark he talks about fighting with Curtis. Watch below.
Audio Push (@audio_push @BOWoktane @BOWprice) drops off an accompanying visual aid for “Parade” from HS87’s collective debut album “We The Plug”. Watch below.
Black Migo’s Young Scooter (@youngscooter) taps director Rick Nyce (@RickNyce_Beats) to shoot the official video for his Chophouze-produced track “What I Rap About” off his recently released 80′s Baby mixtape. Check the official video by the Atlanta rapper below.
A month ago, Meek Mill (@MeekMill) helped Jazmine Sullivan (@jsullivanmusic) make her return to music with the release of “Dumb.” Today the two artist reconnect for the official video to their collab track produced by Key Wane and Salaam Remi. Directed by Isaac Rents, peep the video down bottom.
B.o.B (@BOBATL) continues to drum up interest for his new mixtape “No Genre Pt. 2” which drops later this week. Here’s a visual aid for “Mission Statement” with a line up lovely ladies armed at Bobby Ray’s command. Watch below.
Common (@common) sat down with VLAD TV for a candid interview where he revisits the back and forth he had against Drake. To jog your memory, the two rap titans had a war of words from “Sweet” to “Stay Schemin” then another diss back by Common over “Stay Schemin”. It all came to ahead on…
Soulja Boy (@souljaboy @MIGOSATL) and MIGOS self serve a new visual aid for their joint “Gas In My Tank” which will appear on the forthcoming mixtape King Soulja 3. Watch below.
Amber Rose (@darealAmberRose) appeared on The Wendy Williams show for a lengthy interview. During the sit down Amber talks about starring in a Nick Cannon directed movie “School Dance” along side Kevin Hart. Amber also revealed that she will be apart of a TV on ABC called “Selfie”. A notable highlight from this segment is…
Kanye West took stage at this years Wireless Festival across the pond at Finsbury Park and in true Yeezus fashion decided to deliver a “visionary stream of consciousness” to the audience in attendance. However, it didn’t go over too well with fans who expected a performance which led to booing. Watch the footage below.