Beyoncé and Jay Z kicked off their “On The Run” tour in Miami and had a surprise up their sleeves. Mr. and Mrs. Carter put their own private wedding footage on the summer jam screen while they were performing. Watch below.
August Alsina (@augustalsina @pusha_T) unveils the mystery behind this disturbing and cryptic photo of him hanging from a noose which was shared on his Instagram. August captured it for a scene from his new visual aid “FML” assisted by Pusha T taken from the album Testimony. Watch below.
Lupe Fiasco (@lupefiasco) showmanship can’t be questioned after watching these two videos. Apparently Lu lost his footing while rocking for Skee Live in the midst of performing his new single “Mission”. After the unexpected tumble
Over the past few days there’s been a circulation of rumors that Rick Ross had to cancel a performance after he was met by opposition from Trick Trick and company. Rozay has gone on record to deny the claims and now we’re hearing from Trick Trick himself who also shuts down the claims. Definitely want…
Lil Wayne took the time to unveil “Krazy” as a forthcoming single from his project Tha Carter V. Watch the Weezy Wednesdays episode below.
Ab-Soul (@abdashsoul @yaris_sanchez) was accompanied by Yaris Sanchez for this interview with The Breakfast Club. Soulo talks about not being signed to a major label (Interscope), the process of making his album and the rare virus known as Steven Johnson syndrome.
Yaris also chimes in on how they met and started dating. Watch below.
The Internet (@intanetz @thesuper3) put together a monochromatic visual aid which captures Syd in a cat and mouse chase for a love interest. Taken from their highly acclaimed “Feel Good” album. Watch below.
Steve Aoki (@steveaoki @machinegunkelly) damn near recreates a Bad Boy era visual aid for “Free The Madness”. Stay tuned for Steve’s album “Neon Future” in stores on August 12th. Watch below.
Trey Songz (@treysongz) serves up a festive visual aid for “Change Your Mind”. Look out for his new album “Trigga” in stores on July 1st. Watch below.
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) did some interviews to address rumors that he didn’t take stage for a concert in Detroit due to having conflict with Trick Trick over his “No Fly Zone” policy. Rozay denies any run in with the Goon Squad or any hostility. He tells TMZ “Somebody is deceiving the people of Detroit like…