My homies The Internet (@thesuper3 @intanetz) drop off this simple yet intriguing double visual for “Special Affair / Curse” from their critically acclaimed album Ego Death. The camera captures an intimate gather that takes place at a chill undisclosed location in a room full of friends. Watch below.
The lovely Vanessa Elisha (@vanessaelisha) has been on our radar for a while now and she finally graces us with her first official video. The visual aid for “Out Of A Time”, a single from the Australian songstress “Good Ones” EP. Watch below. https://youtu.be/hb6hsmKT9Bo
2 Chainz (@2chainz @cthagod) stopped by The Breakfast Club for an interview. In the segment, 2 Chainz talks about the tragic murder of Bankroll Fresh, as well as promote his dope new collaborative album with Lil Wayne “Collegrove”. Watch below.
Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) paid a visit to Conan’s late night show. Uncle Snoop sat down to discuss getting some high profile people like Martha Stewart smoked out and plug his line of Marijuana treats, as well as being the Ambassador of Weed. Watch the segment below.
Snoop Dogg (@snoopdogg @justblaze) is apparently holed up in the studio with super producer Just Blaze. This might the first time Uncle Snoop ever collided with Just Blaze outside of Freeway’s debut album. Check out the clip below and hope for the best.
Jonah Hill hosted SNL with Future as the musical guest so of course hilarity was eminent. During the opening monologue, Future popped out and performed hit single “Jumpman” along side Jonah Hill instead of Drake and I don’t think anyone noticed the difference. Watch below.
Future (@1future) gives the people what they want by closing out his SNL debut by performing the National Anthem “March Madness”. Watch below.
Future (@1future @theweeknd) was accompanied by The Weeknd on stage at SNL for a live rendition of “Low Life” from the EVOL album. This makes the first time Abel and Future Hendrix have performed together. Watch below.
YG (@YG) promotes his 4Hunnid capsule collection with this new commercial that captures him and some homies being harassed by police. In the clip you can hear a new song that’s possibly from his forthcoming sophomore album. Watch below.
2 Chainz (@2chainz @LilTunechi) and Lil Wayne keep the momentum of their joint album Collegrove with a new visual aid for the high energy stand out track “Bounce”. It’s almost like “A Milli”, where Weezy and Tity Boi trade verses back and forth. Watch below.