This is the visual treatment for the first track on the album, which is the last of this series. Featuring Aaron Livingston, produced by Hot Sugar and directed by Clifton Bell. undun in stores on December 6th. Source: OKP Advertisements
@FreddieGibbs @StatikSelektah were holed up in the studio recording “Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away” and shot this viral for their Kushed God and Chace Infinite featured cut.
@JimJonesCapo is once again of the middle of drama, after the Love & Hip-Hop season 2 episode aired and his Girlfriend Chrissy Lampkin got into a physical confrontation with Juelz Santana’s Baby Mother, Kimbella. Jomo says although the situation is awkward, all is well, no beef on either side. “I wish that it wouldn’t have…
Just in time for the holidays, @MackMaine and @LilTunechi go all in one swipe as they present the public with their official Young Money Cards by Discover. You can pick up here.
@YoungScolla gives us a visual treatment for this track off his Seconds Away project.
@BigSean was seated on his tour bus with Sermon for an interview. The inquisition began with questions about the FFOE mixtape, which Sean Don says is on the way soon, and the G.O.O.D Music album following. He says Hit-Boy has contributed to production, with Yeezy at the helm, and it will be primarily G.O.O.D. artist…
@TeyanaTaylor popped up with @TheGAME overseas in Europe. The Harlem grown singer took stage and performed the intro she crooned on Yeezy’s Dark Fantasy. Rocking a red bandana, it seems as if the songstress is added to Chuck Taylors R.E.D. Tour.
If you thought @FuckTyler was a character before, check him out in the animated series, Regular Show. He voiced over a rap scene in the park as Blitz Comet.
Drizzy’s Boss, Weezy gave his take and insight on what YMCMB feels about not only Drake’s record sales but album sales in general. “We rich as shit, so numbers and record sales don’t matter to none of us”.
All is fair in love and war, including casting your own wife in your video like Robin Thicke did. With his other half, Paula Patton, by his side and Hype Williams behind the lens, Robin delivers a visual aid for the title track to his upcoming album of the same name.