Kanye and Drake’s rekindled bromance continues to flourish in the midst of a clash with Rolling Stone. A few days ago, Drake’s interview excerpts and what was suppose to be a cover story for the publication hit the net and much to his dismay, the OVO rapper learned his cover story was bumped down to…
Hudson Mohawke (@hudmo) hit up two cities in one night last night as he stepped behind the 1s and 2s in Liverpool before heading to Leeds. Whilst in Leeds, the Scottish producer took the opportunity to share some unreleased Yeezus material. Could this be “Bound 1”? Who knows. Listen below and decide for yourself.
Kendrick Lamar popped up in New Orleans for NBA All-Star Weekend during the Three Point Contest and performed. The selections K Dot did live renditions of were “m.A.A.d city” and “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe”. Watch below.
Mariah Carey (@mariahcarey) and @TreySongz collide in the video to the remix of her single “You’re Mine (Eternal)” from the forthcoming album The Art Of Letting Go. The original visual aid had Trey Songz in it as a cameo appearance now he returns for his portion of the song. Watch below.
Joe (@JoeThomas4Real) and @KellyRowland go through the stages of courtship and motions of a relationship in this visual for “Love & Sex Pt. 2”. Joe will be delivering his next album “Bridges” in July. Watch below.
Big Sean (@BigSean) shares his views on love in his latest vlog.
Just as promised, Mac Miller (@MacMiller) shares his latest video from Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
Young Money is on pace to deliver their new compilation album Rise Of An Empire on March 11th. Here’s the first visual for “We Alright” with new signee Euro, Birdman and Lil Wayne which uses a class room as a back drop. A few on screen appearances from Mack Maine, Detail, Cortez Bryant, Chanel West…
Well that was fast. Not even 24 hours after Kanye delivers his new verse for Beyoncé chart toppling single “Drunk In Love”, we now get a quick peak at the remix visual which is on the way. From what we can see, Mrs. Carter is on a ranch milling about with horses.
Thundercat (@thundercat) roams through the wreckage of a desolate trailer park with his samurai blade drawn and hoisted over his shoulder in the double video for “Evangelion/We’ll Die”. This is taken from his highly acclaimed album “Apocalypse” and directed by B+. Watch below. via Pitchfork