Sticky, Fredro, Mega and Pap remember The Tunnel on this new cut produced by The Snowgoons. Look for the WakeDaFucUp LP to drop on March 18th. Previously: Onyx ft. A$AP Ferg & Sean Price – We Don’t Fucking Care
YG and Drake live it up in the new video for the DJ Mustard produced “Who Do You Love”. via Buzzfeed Previously: YG – My Krazy Life (Documentary Trailer)
Now would be a good time to start clearing an hour from your Friday schedule. The legendary Marley Mark is on Juan Ep! Says Rosenberg: What can I say? The most important producer in hip hop history? I got my dj name from his show and got my love of music from his beats. Enjoy! [...]
New BAMZ off that Catch The Throne mixtape. You can stream the rest of the songs, including cuts by Magazeen, Kilo Kish and Daddy Yankee, here. Previously: Dark ATM ft. Chinx & Bodega Bamz – Black Friday
When The Wall Street Journal recently caught up with Wale in the studio, the DMV emcee was rapping about a television show. This isn’t surprising because Wale loves television. However, this isn’t Even More About Nothing: I’m tellin’...Show More Summary
Chinx and French over IamSu! and Sage The Gemini’s “Gas Pedal”. Previously: French Montana ft. Jadakiss – 88 Coupes (Behind The Scenes)
New solo music from Wayne off the YMCMB compilation, Rise Of An Empire. Previously: Tyga, Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne – Senile
Here’s Common’s contribution to the Catch The Throne mixtape. Previously: Wale – King Slayer | Big Boi – Mother of Dragons
“We the illest in the city, you gotta face it” You just can’t argue with Curtis Williams and his proclamations in “Face It,” especially after the Half Forgotten Day Dreams tape. He and the Two9 crew have been making noise throughoutShow More Summary
As is typical for Thursday nights, most of the NBA action last night was allocated to TNT, and way back in the summer when the schedule was made I’m sure the two games the NBA picked to be aired on national television were a great idea on paper. Show More Summary
New Weezy F. for a Friday? New Weezy F. for a Friday. Plucked from Young Money’s Rise Of An Empire, which sprung a leak overnight, here’s “Moment,” a track with Wayne going for his on the solo tip. Quite honestly, not bad at all. Even...Show More Summary
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ScHoolboy Q celebrates his week at the top of the charts by releasing the visuals for “What They Want,” the 2 Chainz-assisted track from Oxymoron. And if Tity Boi’s involved in the celebration then so are the skrippers. Totally safe for work, home, etc. but watch out for twerking asses on the screen.
No disrespect to Rick Ross but the performance of “Sanctified” on The Arsenio Hall Show would’ve been all G.O.O.D. if only Big Sean and Kanye did the back-and-forth thing by themselves. It’s cool to see Kanye doing just raps, no ran...
Kanye and Sean made a surprise appearance alongside Ross for a performance of “Sanctified” on Arsenio earlier. Previously: Big Sean – Sanctified
Here is the full 1 hour unreleased T.I. documentary Beyond The Trail that was supposed to drop back in 2011. Previously: T.I. – Drunk In Love (Remix)
Words By DrHipHop85 It’s been nearly a decade since Frank Miller’s Sin City brought its mix of sex, neo-noir, and uber-violence to the big screen by way of Miller and Robert Rodriguez. At times a page for frame direct translation of the original comics, the original was a commercial success and showed that Rodriguez was capable of directing a successful adult marketed film.
MTV shares some behind the scenes footage from Juicy J’s “Talkin Bout” featuring Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa. Previously: Curtis Williams ft. Juicy J – Face It (Weedmix)
Behind the scenes footage from the video shoot for French Montana and Jada’s “88 Couples”. Previously: Rick Ross & French Montana – Nobody (Live on Seth Meyers)
Sean Diddy Puffy Combs did not invent the remix, as he proclaimed triumphantly throughout Bad Boy’s heyday. Surely we all knew that at this point, but Every Instrumental ensures that we’ll never get our remix facts mixed up again with...Show More Summary