Paul Wall (@paulwallbaby) took stage along with Mike Jones for 10.Deep’s “A Still Tippin Christmas” concert in Brooklyn at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. During his set, Paul Wall invited Maino and Bun B to come out and rock with him and celebrate the release of his new album “Check Season”. Watch below courtesy of…
Audio Push (@AudioPush) comes through with a visual for the intro and title track from their most recent project “Come As You Are“. Nem Perez is behind the lens for the individuality driven video which you can watch below. Premiered by Noisey.
Birdman (@Birdman5Star) and Detail (@Detail) continue to live lavishly and every time we them, stunt nigga. They managed to get Kendrick Lamar to appear in the video for “100 Favors”, a song taken off the Rich Gang compilation album. Watch below.
John Legend (@JohnLegend) was the musical guest on Conan O’Brien and decided to perform a live rendition of the single “All Of Me”, which is taken from his grossly underrated album “Love In The Future”. Watch below.
Kanye West (@KanyeWest) was talking his shit again last night as his Yeezus tour rolled into Phoenix. Auto-tuned up, Kanye spoke on Steve Jobs and Walt Disney, his Grammy nominations (or lack of) as well as a number of other things.
Kid Ink (@Kid_Ink) is currently out in the UK doing a number of shows, and whilst in London, Charlie Sloth got him in the studio to spit a freestyle over a couple beats. Check it below.
Juicy J (@therealJuicyJ) and Project Pat team up in the visual for “No Heart No Love” from Juicy J’s debut album Stay Trippy. In stores now. Watch below.
MMG’s Rockie Fresh (@rockiefresh) and P&C’s Casey Veggies (@CaseyVeggies) new EP, Fresh Veggies will arrive on December 16th. With just days to go, the two drop off the official video to their Rob Holladay-produced track “Celebrating Life.”
Stalley (@Stalley) is currently on the road with Lupe Fiasco for Tetsuo & Youth tour but still found time to talk with Sermon. In the interview he discusses how Lupe’s fans have been receptive to him as an opening act and reveals his interest in working with Common. Watch below.
Chevy Woods (@chevywoods) made some time to kick it with us and chats with Dot Nation’s own MiMi while on The Smoker’s Club tour. In this the midst of hilarity, we learn the back story to Chevy Woods changing his name from “Kev Da Hustla” and why rappers coming up with new aliases are like…