New video from Chief Keef called “No Reason”. Starring the children of O BLOCK!
J. Cole paid a visit to Power 106′s Backstage Breakfast series at Universal Studios in Hollywood for an intimate show and interview. Above you can see him perform Crooked Smile. After the jump he performs Lights Please, Can’t Get Enough and Nobody’s Perfect. He also spoke to Big Boy about his album, input from Jay-Z, working with 50 cent, his first job and more. Check it out below.
His album Born Sinner is due out on June 18th.
Angel Haze releases this hilarious video to her latest single “No Bueno”. Features a lot of different characters performing her song. Warning: might not be safe for work.
Ace Hood brings out the Porsche and lets people know the deal in his latest video for Have Mercy. Trials and Tribulations is due out July 16th. Directed by Ivan Berrios.
Karmaloop TV premieres the new video from No Malice featuring Ab-Liva, Smoke and Mirrors. Directed By Shomi Patwary and Gene Thornton. Produced By !llmind.
The 2012 BET Hip Hop awards finally aired tonight after being filmed earlier this month. The show included live performances from Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, Wiz Khalifa and lots more.
Check out the official performance video’s after the jump.
Lil Wayne gives us an update on his delayed Dedication 4 mixtape. He explains why it has been put back but that he has completely finished it. It is now due out on September 3rd.
Lil Wayne releases the second epsiode of “Weezy’s Sports Corner” where he gives his thoughts on a range of sports including the NBA, NFL, Skateboarding plus more.
Above is the intro. Check out the rest of the episode after the jump.
J.Cole – Lost Ones Official Music Video.
Off J. Cole’s debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story.
Read the full J. Cole Lost Ones Lyrics Here.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the release of Blueprint 1, The Source magazine used Jay-Z on the cover.
“After his classic 1996 debut, Reasonable Doubt, ignited the streets, dazzled the critics, but didn’t move enough units, Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter scrapped his bad marketing plan for a one-album discography and decided to drop a new masterful work each and every year. He emerged center stage with a fervent desire to be #1 in the post “Pac-Biggie” era. No MC ever wanted the throne as much as Hov. If consistency kills, he was the Son of Sam, and by the time he got to his sixth album, his frustrated competitors were firing shots back.”
The article was written by our friend Elliot Wilson. It goes on sale on September 20th.