Gangsta Boo (@GangstaBooQOM) drops the preview to her upcoming mixtape entitled “It’s Game Involved” which will be available May 20th. Check the footage out below and cop that mixtape.
Ransom (@201Ransom) releases the visuals for his recent “Open Letter” freestyle. Look out for his new project ‘The Alternative’ which will be released on April 27th. Check the video out below.
Wu Tang Clans’ (@WuTangClan) performance at this years Coachella is here for all to enjoy as they run thru their numerous hits during their hour plus set. Check the footage out below.
DJ EFN (@djEFN) hooks up with Ras Kass (@RasKass) to drop his video his track ‘Corleone’, which can be found on DJ EFNs’ mixtape ‘Diggin’ in the Tapes’. The video was directed by Garcia for CHFA and produced by Crazy Hood Film Academy. Check the video out below.
The brother ItsBizkit (@itsbizkit) has been on his A-Game lately and recently released his Jadakiss interview. Jada updated us on his forthcoming Top 5 Dead Or Alive LP, a joint album with Styles P and much much more. @ShermanDDO
Cris Cab (@criscab) takes us back to his Red Road project with the official visuals for his “When We Were Young” track. Julien Diaz behind the lens and on directing duties. @ShermanDDO
Big K.R.I.T. (@BIGKRIT) breaks down his video for “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, off his latest album “Live From the Underground”. K.R.I.T. explains the influence and lessons his father taught him as a kid, and how it made him the man he is today. K.R.I.T. also takes us on a tour of some meaningful places he…
K. Michelle (@KMichelle) beautifully ratchet little self couldn’t resist ushering her new single to iTunes and unveiling behind the scenes footage for the upcoming video. Listen and watch below. K. Michelle – I Just Wanna K. Michelle – I Just Wanna (Behind The Scenes)
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta returns for the second season. Shouts to my boy Antwan styling some of these ratchet cast members.
Snoop Lion (@SnoopDogg) paid a visit to the Huffington Post HQ for their HuffPost Live segment. While on air seated with Mark Lamont, Snoop Lion spoke on his crossover of peace and positivity under the new moniker. Snoop also gave his two cents on the Rick Ross “U.O.E.N.O.” controversy and was even in the mood…