Kanye West has debuted a new song called “Black Skinhead” from his forthcoming album, Yeezus. The performance comes just 24 hours after Kanye West premiered “New Slaves” worldwide on 66 buildings across the globe. People around the world flocked to the streets to watch Yeezy deliver a scathing message rapping about New World Oder, Materialism…
Fabolous brought out @TheKingDream @CassieSuper for the Los Angeles leg of his “Life Is So Exciting” tour. Watch Loso perform “Throw It In The Bag” and more joints that he’s made in the past with his surprise guests.
De La Soul (@WeAreDeLaSoul) took stage as the musical guests on Jimmy Fallon. The legendary rap trio took the opportunity to do live renditions of some new material called “A Roller Skating Jam Named Saturday” and “Jenifa Taught Me”. These two cuts will be on their new album “You’re Welcome”.
King Turn Up (@therealJuicyJ) wasted little time putting together a visual aid for the song “Boss Nigga”. Juicy J’s solo debut album Stay Trippy coming July 2nd.
Wale (@Wale) was recently in the studio with @Rihanna and apparently commissioned her to contribute vocals on his single “Bad” which will appear on his third album, The Gifted. In stores June 25th.
With a big summer ahead for the Yachts clique the general J.A.E (@JAEYACHTS) decides to release the first episode in the new vlog series from the crew. In episode 1 J.A.E hits up Philly to perform live and overall have some fun. @ShermanDDO
T.I. (@Tip) releases a quick little teaser for the official visuals for his “Wit Me” single with Lil Wayne (@liltunechi).
Yeezy season has begun, and what a way to preview his new single “New Slaves”. Kanye West streamed a video for the single across 66 buildings across the globe. If you want to know the exact locations the video was projected then head over here.
Da YoungFellaz (@DaYoungFellaz) release their latest visual offering from their #MondayMusic series, their forthcoming Sophisticated Arrogance project drops June 25th. @ShermanDDO
Serm (@SermonsDomain) is putting in that work and up next for a quick interview was the legendary Infamous Mobb. The two speak on their 20th anniversary album, upcoming books and the legacy they have and will leave on Hip-Hop. Another great watch. @ShermanDDO Credit: Serm