Trey Songz (@treysongz) drops the official video to “Na Na”. Watch below. Advertisements
2 Chainz (@2chainz) closed out Def Jam’s 30th Anniversary in Austin Texas at SXSW. As a surprise for the crowd in attendance Dos Necklace invited ScHoolBoy Q out on stage to perform “What They Want” together for the first time. However, things took a left turn when 2 Chainz microphone was getting cut short during…
ScHoolBoy Q (@schoolboyq) kicked it with Hartford’s radio station 93.7 about his new album Oxymoron and the success it received in the first week of being on shelves. Ironically, SBQ isn’t thrilled with being on Interscope’s roster and ultimately wishes he never signed to a major label. Listen to the full interview below.
Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) returns with another visual from his recently released That’s My Work Vol. 3. Check out the video for “Gangstas Don’t Live That Long” below.
To follow up Banks’ (@hernameisbanks) Shlomo produced “Brain,” the songstress releases a black-and-white video for her track. Check out the video above. Banks’ single, “Brain” is out now on iTunes.
Que (@WhoIsQue) gave us a preview of what to expect from his “Time” visuals last week with his behind the scenes, and today he shares the official video. Check it below.
Meek Mill (@MeekMill) goes in over A$AP Rocky’s Gunplay and A$AP Ferg-featured LONG.LIVE.A$AP cut, “Ghetto Symphony” creating some hype for Meeks upcoming LP, Dreams Worth More Than Money. Coincidentally Meek titles the new freestyle just that. Peep the full freestyle below.
Drake (@Drake) set the mood in Brussels the other night. Before the Toronto native performed his Sampha constructed track “Too Much” he covered Rihanna’s Mikky Ekko-featured single, “Stay.” Listen to the audio if the live performance below.
MMG’s Tracy T (@TheRealTracyT) keeps the visuals rolling. After releasing the video for his Meek Mill-featured track “16” the Atlanta native releases a new video for his track “Godfather,” directed by iNighltyfe.
Plies (@Plies) stays ten toes down and keeps his circle authentic in the visual for “Fuck Nigga Free” off the mixtape Da Last Real Nigga Left. Watch below.