Dev (@devishot @sagethegemini) brings along Sage The Gemini for the official video to Kiss It”. Watch below. Advertisements
Memphis Bleek (@memphisbleek) shoots a visual for “Thanks I Get” from The Movement 2 mixtape. Watch below.
50 Cent (@50cent @cthagod @djenvy @angelayee) has a very candid conversation on The Breakfast Club. He touches on a few different points from Diddy working with Rick Ross and preserving Notorious B.I.G. legacy. Fiddy also tells how he ran into Ja Rule on a plane, Interscope being restructured and breaks down from start to finish…
Future (@1future) goes head to head with Nardwuar as he unravels some unknown facts to the Freebandz rap singers past. Honest in stores April 22nd. Watch below.
Diddy returns as Puff Daddy (@IamDiddy @rickyrozay @frenchmontana) with the official visual for “Big Homie” after a rough draft of the video leaked and some inexplicable promo trailers followed suit. In any case, here’s the street single from Diddy’s forthcoming album MMM. Watch below.
Rico Love (@iamricolove) was the musical guest on The Queen Latifah Show. The singer/songwriter and producer brought along back up singers and a live band for a on stage rendition of “They Don’t Know”. Watch below.
Rita Ora (@RitaOra), after releasing the single earlier today, comes right back with a new video for the track. Under the direction of Francesco Carrozzini, Rita and producer Calvin Harris rock out to the uptempo tune.
G.O.O.D. Musics CyHi The Prynce (@CyhiThePrynce) drops off yet another video from his recent mixtape, Black Hystori Project, this time for his standout track, “3:16.” Take a look at the video after the break, directed by Dontell Antonio.
Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) was the musical guest on this weekend’s new episode of SNL, hosted by Louis CK. The British crooner delivered a soul shifting live rendition of “Money On My Mind” and even cued up a new single “Stay With Me”, which will appear on his debut album The Lonely Hour. Watch the footage…
PTAF (@ptafmusic) aka Pretty Taking All Fades launches the official visual for their popularized street single which landed them a deal after Nicki Minaj decided to reemerge from the depths with a verse on “Boss Ass Bitch”. Directed by Chris Robinson’s Robot Films. Watch below.