In episode two of Kendrick Lamar’s European tour vlog, watch as he and TDE invade London’s acclaimed Hammersmith Apollo Room for yet another sold out crowd. Directed by Christopher Parsons.
Bad Boy’s Machine Gun Kelly teams up with the Bad Boy boss Diddy for a freestyle over the classic We Are The Champions instrumental. Directed by Spordy19xx. MGK’s Black Flag mixtape is coming soon.
Pusha T drops another new visual for a track from his most recent mixtape Wrath Of Caine. For this one, he teams up with French Montana to shoot the video for the Renegades-produced cut Doesn’t Matter. Pusha’s new LP My Name Is My Name is set to hit stores in May.
Last night after the NBA All-Star game, Lil Wayne and Birdman were some of the special guests that partied at Stereo Live in Houston, Texas. Lil Wayne announced to the crowd that the Miami Heat just recently banned him from attending any NBA events that the Heat were involved in and Wayne didn’t take it too well. Weezy told the crowd to chant “Fuck the NBA” and “Fuck the Miami Heat,” he then said “Fuck Lebron,” “Fuck She-Wade,” & “I fucked Chris Bosh’s wife.”
It took a while but DJ Drama finally releases the official visual for the club banger So Many Girls featuring Tyga, Wale and Roscoe Dash. This track appeared on Drama’s 2012 album Quality Street Music.
French Montana releases the second video of the day from his Mac & Cheese 3 mixtape, this one for Diamonds featuring J. Cole and Rozay. Directed by Edgar Esteves.
Yo Gotti releases the official visual for his latest single Check, which appeared on his CM7: The World Is Yours mixtape. Directed by Mr. Boomtown.
Here’s a name you may have forgotten about, Dorrough! Well, the rapper is back as he teams up with Juicy J for this new track titled Drugs In Da Club. This appeared on DJ Smallz’ new mixtape This That Southern Smoke! Vol. 4 and will also land on Dorrough’s new tape Shut The City Down, dropping on March 6th.
Wale revists his Folarin mixtape to shoot the official video for the Chinx Drugz and Fatz-featured cut Let A Nigga Know. Directed by DRE Films.
French Montana and fellow Bad Boy artists Diddy, Machine Gun Kelly, Red Cafe & King Los team up to shoot the official video for the Mac & Cheese 3 standout, Ocho Cinco. Directed by Eif Rivera and Matt Alonzo.