Chris Brown continues to release new content, as he lets go of the official video for Real Hip Hop Shit #4. Produced by 9th Wonder.
Lloyd Banks drops a new track titled Open Arms, which is produced by Doe Pecsi. Be on the lookout for his upcoming mixtape V6.
Chris Brown releases the visual to his track How I Feel, look out for Fortune to drop later this year.
Ricky Rozay hops on Rihanna’s Birthday Cake record for the remix.
Here’s some more footage of Drizzy and Tim Westwood. This time Drake spits a freestyle for the cameras. Think he disappointed with this, guess again.
Here’s one of the most anticipated tracks from Nicki Minaj’s upcoming album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, features from Nas, Drake, and Jeezy.
Tip, Travis Porter, and Young Dro pull out the whips for the video to Hot Wheels, which appeared on Tip’s Fuck Da City Up mixtape.
During his interview with Tim Westwood, Drake mentions that he is good at impersonations, so he lets us hear his Lil Wayne impersonation as Westwood conducts a small interview with “Weezy.”
David Banner lets another track go off his free LP Sex, Drugs And Video Games, which is dropping on May 22nd. Banner is asking that everybody who downloads the album to donate at least $1 to his “2M1″ movement. Here’s more on that:
“Sex, Drugs and Video Games” is a free LP, but Banner is asking for fans to support “The Movement”. The goal of “Sex, Drugs & Video Games” is to show the world Urban music is still valuable. And how is he going to do that? Banner needs 2 million of you to download this mixtape for free, then he needs the same 2 million of you to donate at least $1 to the movement; but feel free to donate more, as there is no maximum donation.
And what is “The Movement” you may ask? This movement is to start controlling our own music, movies and content…PERIOD! As David Banner states “We are not simply characters in a video game being controlled by the invisible hand. Once this donation goal is met, I’m going to shoot a movie that will drop 5-22-2013 and a portion of the donations are also going to charity. Big shout out to Louie C.K. for the motivation. Download this LP for FREE and make sure to support the movement.”
Ludacris and Twista are featured on I-20′s first single off his upcoming mixtape Celebrity Rehab 2: Coming Down.