@Jasfly @KimOsorio1 @MsDrama @AngelaYee @SharonCarpenter and the other two joints are back it in this episode of The Gossip Game. Advertisements
@ActionBronson @Logic301 @Trvisxx @DizzyWright converged on MTV Rapfix following the XXL Freshmen 2013 show at Best Buy Theatre. Check out the four freshmen kick some bars with Sway looking on.
Talib Kweli (@TalibKweli) stepped into the Backroom on 106th & Park to kick a few bars off top. Watch below and cop “Prisoner of Conscious” on iTunes.
Ace Hood (@Acehood) releases the video for his single “Root Of Evil” off his recently released “Starvation 2” mixtape. Check the video out below.
Fat Trel (@FATTREL) drops the visual for his “Started From The Bottom” freestyle. Check the video out below.
Schoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) drops a freestyle for Global Grind’s “Be Heard” freestyle series/contest. Enter here http://exclusive.globalgrind.com/boost/be-heard/schoolboy-q/ to be able to have a chance to finish his verse. The winner receives’ $500 and gets to have Schoolboy Q bring your lyrics to life on screen. Check the video out below.
Meek Mill (@MeekMill) took to the air (literally) to drop a new freestyle on a private jet while chillin’ in a wrapped blanket high above the skies. Check out his quick freestyle below, and also check out the preview to a new track entitled #ItsLevels2DisShit he did in the studio.
Juicy J (@therealjuicyj) and ASAP Ferg hit up Houston while on their “Trippy Tour”. Expect a lot of rowdiness, white girls and chemicals consumed during this and all thru the tour. Check the footage out below.
Gangsta Boo (@GangstaBooQOM) drops the visuals for “Indiana Jones” off her recently released “It’s Game Involved” mixtape. The video was directed,shot and edited by EÅRTH TøNE. I am a huge Boo fan (she looks good and is spittin’ hard) so this will be gettin’ many replays. Check the video out below and get a copy…
Yasiin Bey (@MosDefOfficial) drops a educational (to me) video entitled “PSA: Stop-And-Frisk”. The video speaks on the NYPD and the “stop n frisk” law in NYC. The law is not popular as many New York citizens have spoke out about how the NYPD uses “probable cause” to conduct these frisks’. Check the video out below…