Even though he just released his debut album Finally Rich last month, Chief Keef is gearing up to release a new mixtape. The upcoming mixtape, which currently has no release date, is titled Bang Pt. 2 and will be hosted by DJ Holiday, Mike Epps and Michael Blackson.
With Terrence Clayton on the boards, Casey Veggies releases this new cut titled Fuck Witchu. Veggies has a new album titled Life Changes dropping on January 22nd.
One of the most personal and poignant songs on his debut album Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, here Kendrick Lamar decodes Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst and tells the story behind the song.
Tyga and Game head to the streets of L.A. for the upcoming Well Done 3 visual. The full video should be out very soon.
DJ Kay Slay recruits Fred The Godson, Murda Mook and Reek Da Villian for his latest track titled Ice In My Veins. Produced by G-Force. Grown Man Hip Hop Pt. 2: Sleeping With The Enemy is coming soon.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody, but J. Cole has confirmed that his sophomore album Born Sinner will not be released on January 28th as originally intended.
Jay-Z and Coldplay put on quite the show at the sold out Barclays Center in Brooklyn last night to celebrate the new year. Both Coldplay and Jay-Z performed plenty of music but here are some of the standout performances.
Drizzy celebrated the new year last night with a performance at the Fountainebleau in Miami and brought out surprise guests T.I., French Montana, and Busta Rhymes.
Big Boi, T.I. and Ludacris represent their hometown of Atlanta well in the official video for In The A. Big Boi’s latest album Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors is in stores now.
The next Rocketshipshawty visual is for the YG-featured track What They Doin. Directed by Matt Alonzo.