The King of Pop’s new posthumous album XSCAPE is on course for a May 13th release date. Here’s a glimpse at the deluxe cover art, as well as an album promo trailer that features a soundbite of the title song XSCAPE. Watch below. Advertisements
ScHoolBoy Q (@ScHoolboyQ) took stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as the musical guest for the evening. SBQ picked two selections for live renditions, those being “What They Want” sans 2 Chainz and “Studio” with BJ The Chicago Kid. Watch the footage below. What They Want Studio
Yelawolf (@Yelawolf) released the audio for “Box Chevy V” earlier this year. The response was so great that Yela decided to liberate the video today. Check out the visual for Yela’s single, Box Chevy V” below which will appear on his upcoming LP, Love Story, dropping this year.
Jon Connor (@JonConnorMusic) is back with the official music video for his freestyle over Rick Ross’ “Devil Is A Lie” which Jon titles, “#ConnorSeason Begins.” Take a look at the Jason Shaltz-directed video below. Jon’s #BestInTheWorld mixtape is out now.
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) delivers a Dre Films directed visual for “Rich Is Gangsta”. Mastermind in stores now. Watch below.
King Los (@iamKingLos) drops off the Dan Centrone directed visuals for his Zero Gravity 2 track “Play Too Rough”. Watch below.
Lil Wayne (@LilTunechi) is back with another offering from his Weezy Wednesday series. In this week’s episode Wayne and the YMCMB clique hit up SXSW, take you behind the scenes of the “Moment” recording and more. Check it below.
Mack Wilds (@mackwilds) took stage for a packed out show at Highline Ballroom in New York City. The Wire actor turned crooner did live renditions of songs off his GRAMMY nominated album “New York: A Love Story” with some help from special guests such as Jadakiss, Maino and more. Watch below.
No Malice (@NoMalice757) stepped up in the Backroom at BET to kick a few bars. Watch below.
Boldy James (@boldyjames) drops off a monochromatic color themed visual aid for “Come Here”. Taken from his “Grand Quarters” EP. Directed by Ken Kollers. Watch below.