Last night at the Howard Theatre in Washington DC Trinidad James previewed 2 new songs for the fans. One of the songs seemed to be a caribbean themed joint and the other song was a Young Chop produced track featuring fellow ATL rapper Future. Advertisements
Kat Dahlia takes you on a ride through her hometown of Miami for her new visual and lead single “Gangsta”. Kat will be dropping her debut album off Epic Records this summer.
Last night French Montana’s ‘Excuse My French’ tour continued in his home town of New York at the legendary SOBs. French Performed a few of his hits from his catalogue such as Pop That, New York Minute & much more. French Montana also brought out a bevy of guest that included Yo Gotti, Trina, Wyclef…
The homie Chase N. Cashe (@ChaseNCashe) takes us to the streets and in the wild for the video to his single off Heir Waves. Watch the visual below.
50 Cent and Erin Andrews made headlines after a greeting mishap while she was sideline catching up with Danica Patrick. It was reported as Erin Andrews trying to avoid a smooch from Curtis but she told TMZ it was her fault that the goof happened. Watch the clip below.
The lovely rapstress Lanz Pierce (@LanzPierce) sent over the new video for her song “Anywhere” which will appear on her forthcoming project, Point Of No Return which drops on March 18th.
Scoop Deville (@SCOOPDEVILLE) talks about the success of his hit produced single “Poetic Justice” that features Kendrick Lamar & Drake, Scoop Deville also discusses a new EP that he will be doing with Mibbs of Pac Div and it will be titled “Freebass”.
Fantasia (@TasiasWord) pushes out a new visual for this single that will appear on her upcoming album, Side Effects Of You, releasing on April 23rd. The former American Idol singer takes a classic look in this video, which you can watch below. via TGJ
Trinidad James (@TrinidadJamesGG) took stage in Greensboro, NC and after performing songs from Don’t Be S.A.F.E. he decided it was time to share a new track that’s produced by Young Chop. T.J. indicated the song would appear on his next mixtape which comes out later this year. Check it out below.
Pitchfork Selector linked with Juelz Santana on the set of his “Sho Nuff” video at a Karate studio in Harlem. Juelz talks about how this record is what he is use to and thats why he feels so comfortable making this kind of music. Be on the lookout for his “Sho Nuff” video to drop…