Young Chop (@youngchopbeatz) sat down with Thisis50’s Young Jack Thriller to discuss his days in high school, the diss by Pusha T on “Exodus 23:1” where he spits “You can keep your beats, nigga, We’d much rather share your bitch, nigga, bitch nigga”. Chop also talks about the upcoming “Precious” mixtape and selling a below…
Pusha T (@PUSHA_T) who was the headliner at the HTown Sneaker Summit at Reliant Stadium where he performed “Millions” and “Blocka” of his “Wrath Of Caine” mixtape.Push ended his set with the lead single “Numbers on The Board” from his upcoming album “My Name Is My Name”. Check the performance out below.
Doe Boy (@DoeBoyOfficial) releases the video to “Real Talk Pt. 3” which was directed by J.Taylor Productions. The track is off of Doe Boys’ “In Freebandz We Trust” mixtape that you can cop here. Check the video out below.
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Action Bronson (@ActionBronson) took stage at the Bushwick Block Party and performed live renditions of No Time, 1 Train, 9-24-11 and more. Watch below.
Redman (@therealredman) drops his new track/video entitled “My 2nd Lighter” which he raps over Nas’ “2nd Childhood” (produced by DJ Premier) and is from his 2001 “Stillmatic” album. Red is currently working on his sequel to his 1996 album “Muddy Waters”. Check the video out below. people say get NAS on MUDDY WATERS 2…ME and…
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) made his official acting debut on STARZ channel series “Magic City”. The synopsis of this episode is that Rick Ross who plays the character “Buterball” runs one of the most profitable bolita houses in Miami. Watch the full episode and behind the scenes below.
J. Cole (@JColeNC) performed a 3 song set at the “Philly 4th Of July Jam” which was hosted by comedian Kevin Hart. J. Cole, who was backed by hometown hip hop group The Roots, performed his hits “Work Out”, “Crooked Smile”, and “Power Trip”. J. Coles’ “Born Sinner” album is available now. Check the performances…
Nelly (@Nelly_Mo) surprised those in attendance at Rover Fest with a hometown special guest. Amanda Berry who was held captive for nearly a decade joined Nelly on stage during his performance, just days after her kidnapper Ariel Castro was sentenced to life without parole plus 1,000 years.