2 Chainz headed out to Indo, California to make his Coachella debut. Watch him run through his catalog of hits below.
As if you wern’t hyped enough already, DJ Khaled (@DJKhaled) drops off this new ‘movie’ promoting his upcoming single with Drake and Rick Ross. Check back later on in the week for what is sure to be a hit.
There will be a whole load of Coachella videos hitting the net in the next few days or so but for now watch as Earl Sweatshirt and the whole Golf Wang crew took over this years Coachella set, you can watch the whole damn thing below.
Recently Big Sean took over the Fillmore in Silver Springs and during his set he decided to perform Switch Up which will appear on his Hall Of Fame LP dropping this summer. Also included is a video of his performing his “Guap” single.
“Caine & Abel” was the second single released from Bishop & MeRCY’s My Brother’s Keeper collaborative project. With the project hitting the web on Tuesday we are given the official visual for the Solidified produced cut.
Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) is either trying to win an AVN award or enjoy the last time in a room full of bitches before heading to jail. In any case check out Guwop’s new viral for a song that will probably be on Trap House3. Watch below.
TYGA (@TYGA) might’ve started from the bottom but his whole team wasn’t fuckin there on his Hotel California album. T-Raww tells MTV why there wasn’t a heavy YMCMB presence on this album as opposed to the last one where it had Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes, who are all Cash Money artists. Watch…
This dog is on fire. DMX made a surprise appearance on stage with Swizz Beatz during Alicia Keys set at Madison Square Garden, the Ruff Ryder alumni took stage and performed the Ruff Ryders Anthem and “Party Up”, making the crowd lose their mind up in there. Watch the footage below. Shouts to Swizz for…
Joey Bada$$ (@Joeybadass_) is next up to bat at the XXL Freshman mound. For his 2013 induction, the young Brooklyn repping spitter kicks a few bars. Watch below.
Frank Ocean (@Frank_Ocean) compiles a ton of recent tour footage to serve as his official video for Channel Orange‘s “Lost”. Directed by Francisco Soriano.