Money, Power, Respeck. Birdman paid a quick visit to The Breakfast Club this morning. Literally, the Cash Money boss marched up into the Power 105 station with a troop of goons and before even being seated began cussing out Charlamagne, DJ Envy and Angela Yee. Although it wasn’t clear and still isn’t exactly what Birdman…
YG & Nipsey Hussle (@yg @nipseyhussle) connect for the official video to FDT (Fuck Donald Trump), raising opposition against Republican Presidential Candiate Donald Trump. Directed by Austin Simkin. Watch below.
Father stretch my hamstrings. Kanye West had an impromptu performance at Coachella during ASAP Rocky’s set but the real excitement was backstage. Yeezy faced off against collaborator and friend Tyler, The Creator in the artist area backstage at Coachella in an old fashion foot race. Cameras were rolling for this candid moment and you have…
Beyoncé sends the Beyhive and the internets as a whole into an uproar with a teaser video for “Lemonade” which airs on HBO April 23rd. Keep in mind Beyoncé’s “Formation” tour kicks off on April 27th. Watch below.
ASAP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) took stage at Coachella for the second time in his career. Kanye West joined ASAP Rocky and performed as a surprise to the fans huddled around the stage. Watch below.
Anderson Paak (@andersonpaak @schoolboyq) made an appearance om Jimmy Kimmel Live as the musical guest. Anderson did a live rendition of “Am I Wrong” from his Malibu album and was joined on stage by ScHoolboy Q. Watch below.
Future (@1future) took stage on The Tonight Show and performed a live rendition of “Wicked” from his Purple Reign mixtape. Watch below.
Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) pushes out the official video for “Elevated” from his Khalifa album.
Bryson Tiller (@BrysonTiller @TheWeeknd) is on the European leg of his tour and last night at the Berlin stop, the T R A P S O U L singer brought out his newest comrade, The Weeknd. Abel joined Bryson on stage for a live rendition of “Rambo” and “The Hills”. Watch below.
Unity. Common and Ice Cube’s (@common @icecube) bromance continues as the rap veterans buried their two decade old beef by appearing on The Barbershop: The Next Cut Soundtrack with the song “Real People”. O’Shea and Common also co-star in the actual film that takes place in the latters stomping grounds of Chicago. Watch them perform…