Lupe Fiasco (@lupefiasco) brought Guy Sebastian along for a live rendition of Battle Scars off the Grammy nominated album Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Album Advertisements
will.i.am (@iamWill) still plans to drop #willpower sometime this year and he shows us how serious he is about it with a visual aid of all stars such as Lil Wayne, Waka Flocka and Diddy making appearances in this clip below.
Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) already released a lyric video for this, which to be honest could have easily passed as an official video, but now he releases another set of visuals which are classed as official. Check it out below and keep an eye out for more details on the possible tour with Jay and JT.
This is one of my favorite songs and I can’t wait to see this fucking video. MTV takes us on the set of Lil Wayne’s single ‘Love Me’ from I Am Not A Human Being II. Watch the behind the scenes below. <
Christopher Dorner is going to be a name that lives for years to come. While we still await for officials to confirm the body recovered from the cabin in Big Bear Lake, California is in fact Dorner, I thought I’d share this interesting tidbit. CNN was reporting on the social media support in favor of…
@JoeBudden‘s No Love Lost dropped last week so he’s currently doing the rounds and this morning he stopped off at Shade45 to speak with Sway before performing “Top Of The World”. Check it below.
Put your diamonds up. @FrenchMontana releases a quick trailer for the upcoming visuals to the Rozay and Cole assisted “Diamonds”.
Fat Trel headlined along side ASAP Ferg at SOBs last night in NYC. Fat Trel surprised the crowd in attendance with an appearance from Smoke DZA as they did a live rendition of AC/DC. Watch the footage below courtesy of Mr. X.
Whilst at the Annual Cash Money Pre-Grammy Party, @MackMaine spoke with Rap-Up about Young Money’ and Cash Money’s upcoming projects, including the likes of I Am Not A Human Being II and Nothing Was The Same as well as a second compilation album.
Nickelus F (@NickelusF) caught the eyes of many again once a track with Drake called Number 15 from his Vices project became a trending topic. The RVA spitter has been a long time collaborator with Drizzy since before his rise to prominence, and in this clip he explains how the song came about.