The Legendary Wu Tang Clan performed their track “Ruckas In B Minor” live on the Late Show with David Letterman. Their album A Better Tomorrow is due out on December 2nd.
Eminem and Rihanna paid tribute to the war heroes by performing at The Concert Of Valor last night at The National Mall in D.C. Rihanna performed “Diamonds” and “Stay” before bringing out Eminem to perform “The Monster”.
ILoveMakonnen was performing his hit record “Tuesday” on stage in a club when an audience member pulled him down and punched him in the face. The attacker managed to flee before security could reach him. The seemingly unprovoked attack happened this Tuesday but ever the professional Makonnen carried on with the song.
Snoop Dogg hosted the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards which aired last night. It featured performances from Bobby Shmurda, T.I., DJ Mustard, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Common, Jay Electronica and more. Check out the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards performances after the jump.
Beyonce releases the official video for her Flawless Remix featuring Nicki Minaj comprised of tour footage from their performance in France last month. Check out the curvalicious video below.
Jay-Z and Beyonce shared wedding footage & Blue Ivy home videos during the ‘On The Run’ Tour HBO special which aired last night. Above you can watch an epic performance of “Young Forever/ Halo” during their final tour show.
J. Cole hit the stage at the Made In America festival to perform a variety of his hits. He started the performance with a video of police abuses in tribute to Mike Brown before entertaining the crowd. Check out the video below.
Drizzy and Weezy kicked off their new joint tour in Buffalo last night and performed their new song “Grindin“.
J. Cole took his Dolla & A Dream Tour to L.A. for 2 special nights. During the first show he excited the crowd by bringing out Drake to perform ’0 to 100′, ‘Worst Behavior’ and ‘Trophies’. On the second night he surprised the crowd with Kendrick Lamar who performed ‘Backseat Freestyle’.
Check out the Kendrick performance above and Drake’s performances below.
Eminem became the first rapper to headline the iconic Wembley Stadium in London and surprised the crowd by bringing out his mentor Dr Dre. The West Coast legend performed a medley of his hits which included Still Dre, Nuthin’ But A G Thang and Forgot About Dre.