Drake (@Drake) sat down with Jalen Rose and Bill Summers to speak on the NBA Playoffs in which his hometown Toronto Raptors are currently locked in a series with the Brooklyn Nets. Drizzy admits that Rudy Gay leaving the team has changed the landscape of things and more. Watch below. Advertisements
ASAP Mob’s (@ASAPMOB) @AsapTwelvyy is back with the official visual for the recently released single “Xscape.” Premiering just days ago, the Harlem based group waste no time getting this one out. Peep below.
Beyoncé (@Beyonce) releases the next single off her self titled album. Directed by Melinama Tsoukas, “Pretty Hurts” Be’s Ammo-produced cut gets a put to the test as the songstress plays the part of a pageant contestant.
Future (@1future @Pusha_T) took stage as the musical guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. However, he wasn’t alone as Pusha T accompanied him to perform a live rendition of “Move That Dope”. Watch the footage below. Honest in stores now.
The twerk God’s continues to bless the internet. Starting with Amber Rose, picked up by Kaylin Garcia and now Nicki Minaj gives us a rump shaking clip for the masses. Where’s Rihanna when you need her?
@RealDjKayslay @papooseonline @vado_mh @201ransom connect for the visual to “Real Hip Hop”. Kay Slay is readying his forthcoming mixtape “The Last Hip Hop Disciple”. Watch below.
Rita Ora (@ritaora @jimmyfallon) made her rounds in New York City today, stopping at The Breakfast Club earlier and eventually got on stage at The Tonight Show. Rita did a live rendition of her single “I Will Never Let You Down”. Watch the footage below.
Future (@1Future) was being “Honest” which led to trouble being stirred in the confusion of “Drunk In Love” origins. The song was a break out hit single for Beyoncé self titled album that dropped back in December. However at the 2:22 Freebandz HNIC gives the back story of how he originally recorded “Good Morning” with…
Nickelus F (@NickelusF) pays homage to Jackass in the official visuals for “Tanqueray”, a track taken from his 2013 release Vices.
Lily Allen (@lilyallen) uplifts her fellow queens and goddesses with a semi demented visual for “Sheezus”. The track originally debuted and caught everyone’s attention as she paid homage to the likes of Katy Perry, Beyonce and even kiwi newcomer Lorde. It tackles females being pit in competition whether they’re consciously aware or not. In any…