President @BarackObama called on @IAMJHUD and @CeeLoGreen for the annual Christmas In Washington TV special that aired on TNT. Jennifer got the proceedings proceeding backed by a choir, doing renditions of “Do You Know What I Know” and “Oh, Holy Night” while The Lady Killer held down performances of “This Christmas”, “Santa Claus Is Coming…
If you’re Mr. Wrong, @MaryJBlige don’t want to be right. New visual from My Life II: The Journey Continues (Act 1). Although it features Drake, he is a no show in the clip.
Odd Future’s very own Left Brain, who’s also one half of the duo MellowHype got into a scuffle with a concert goer who had a little bit too much to drink. At the 1:40 mark words exchanged and Wolf Swagger lays the hand of God on him and then proceeds to administer the fade.
@TalibKweli showed me the video after a show in D.C. a few weeks back and here it is. After performing the song at an Occupy Wall Street Protest, he officially released it as a single from Prisoner Of Conscious, now with the accompanying visual directed by Darryl Phillips of The ICU. Source: GlobalGrind
Curtis and the legendary songstress Chaka Khan were on the red carpet for VH1 Divas. They stood side by side for the cameras and hinted at MTV that they would be colliding their artistry in the near future.
@NipseyHussle gets a hold of Dan The Man to shoot the visual for his “Run A Lap” song off The Marathon Continues. Take a look at the footage from the set.
@RICKYROZAY gives us the second part of his voyage to the Mother Land, after traveling through Johannesburg and he touches down in Gabon, South Africa.
Focus and @ShaStimuli kick bars over this smooth and mellow sound bed. First visual from the Music of the Misinterpreted album. Source: HHDX
@Drake was backstage prior to hitting stage for 94.9’s WiLD JAM. He reveals that The Motto video is going in for final edits on Tuesday and then will be released to the public shortly after. YOLO.
@ReekDaVillain gives us a viral for the freestyle he dropped over Drizzy’s headlining single from Take Care. Directed by Bully Girl Magazine.