Solange (@SolangeKnowles) was part of Vitamin Water #Uncapped show in New York City at a Laundromat in Brooklyn. Solange aptly decided to perform a rendition of Nivea’s “Laundromat” during set, which you can watch below. Advertisements
Crooked I (@CrookedIntriago) puts Postas in the directors chair for this visual of the track produced by Mr. Porter from Apex Predator.
Jay Sean (@jaysean) brings us his version of the 4th planet with some assistance from Rick Ross for the visual to his single off his new album, Neon. Watch below.
Justin Timberlake (@JTimberlake) delivers a new visual for his single “Take Back The Night”, which initially stirred up a little bit of ruckus with a women’s organization of the same name but has since been settled. The 20/20 Experience Pt. 2 in stores September 30th.
Lil Durk (@lildurk_) releases the bts photos of his “L’s Anthem” video shoot that features Yo Gotti and French Montana. The track will be appearing on Durks’ “Signed To The Streets” project. Check the pictures out below. Via: RapXclusive @panzarleonard
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. Via: HHDX @panzarleonard
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. [springboard type=”video” id=”765063″ player=”ddto001″ width=”630″ height=”400″ ] Via: DGB @panzarleonard
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.
Here’s the season finale for Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 2. Rewind: Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 2 Episode 14