The-Dream (@TheKingDream) is back with his video “Equestrian” which is off his recently released “IV Play” album, which is available now. The video is on some NSFW content so watch at your own discretion if your at work or elsewhere.Check the video out below.
Wu-Tang Clan kids ain’t nothin to fuck with. ODB’s offspring Young Dirty Bastard was on air with J Medina at Shade 45 to talk about his appearance at Summer Jam XX, being on tour with Wu-Tang Clan and the memories of his father. One of the key things he noted was his feelings about Dame…
Gangsta Boo (@GangstaBooQOM) sat down with Jack Thriller of Thisis50 recently to talk about her latest project “It’s Game Involved” and how west coast legend E-40 inspired the naming of the mixtape.Boo also spits a quick freestyle towards the end of the interview as well.Check it out below.
Watch the full length version of NBA TV’s “The Doctor”, a documentary of Julis “Dr. J” Erving. Full episode below.
Haim (@HAIMtheband) the female trio of Danielle, Este and Alanna performed the title track off their latest album “Forever” on Late Show With David Letterman last night.Check the performance out below.
RaVaughn (@ItsRaVaughn) gives us an acoustic in the studio performance of her “Best Friend” song, which is available now on iTunes.Check the video out below.
DJ Drama (@DJDRAMA) made the bold statement of saying that J. Coles “Born Sinner” will out sell Kanye Wests “Yeezus” on June 18th when both artists have albums being released, Mac Miller and Statik Selektah also has a releases on that day but I don’t see him out selling either Cole nor Yeezy.Check the video…
Trae Tha Truth (@TRAEABN) continues to crank out new visuals from his upcoming album, Banned. Check out the video for DGK (Dirty Ghetto Kids) below.
Usher (@usher) took stage on The Voice where he’s usually a judge of talent to perform one of his own cuts from the Looking 4 Myself album. Watch below.
Last night, a less tense and smiling ear to ear Kanye West held court at Milk Studios in the Meat Packing District of New York City for the official listening party of “Yeezus”. From all accounts of those in attendance, only 10 songs were played with features by Chief Keef, King Louie, KiD CuDi and…