Tech N9ne drops off the official video for So Dope (They Wanna) featuring Wrekonize, Twisted Insane and Snow Tha Product. This track will be on Tech’s forthcoming album Something Else, which is set to drop on in 5 days. Pre-order the LP here.
Crooked I releases the official video for his YODO track, which stands for You Only Die Once. Directed by Postas. This will appear on his upcoming album Apex Predator, which is set to drop on July 30th.
Gillie Da Kid takes shots at Meek Mill in this new diss track entitled King Me. The Batman-produced record is a response to Meek’s recent tweets about being the King of Philly. Will Meek respond?
Wu-Tang Clan member U-God drops off a new visual for his Skyscraper record, which appeared on his new LP The Keynote Speaker.
2 Chainz returned to the The Breakfast Club this morning to chat with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee. Tit speaks on charging $100,000 for a verse, bandwagon fans, his next album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time, staying out of trouble, his eating habits, the attempted robbery and much more.
Tyga and Future take the yacht out on the ocean for the official Show You video. Directed by Colin Tilley. This track appeared on T-Raww’s Hotel California album, which can be purchased via iTunes.
Yo Gotti hits the Bay Area with Young Jeezy and YG for the official Act Right video. The visual is directed by Alex Nazari. His new EP I Am will be released on November 19th.
Busta Rhymes releases the official video for the Twerk It remix featuring Nicki Minaj. Directed by Director X. His new album E.L.E. 2 is set to drop later in the year.
Rapsody enlists the services of Mac Miller and Jared Evan to help assist his second single, Generation, off his upcoming mixtape She Got Game. Produced by 9th Wonder. Expect the project to be released on August 20th.
Jay-Z recently sat down with Elliott Wilson and gave an extensive interview for Life + Times’ The Truth series. In the 40-minute interview, Hov speaks on his new album Magna Carta Holy Grail, new rules in the music business, his philosophy on collaborations, the connection he has to New York, the future of rap, his views on respect and competition within the music world, his thoughts on the Trayvon Martin case, his perspective on parenting and much more. Watch part 2 below.