Drake took stage on Ellen daytime show to perform the single “Hold On We’re Going Home” from his third album Nothing Was The Same. Accompanying him was Majid Jordan who co-wrote, produced and features on the song. Watch below.
Kanye West follows suit of Jay Z and sits down with Zane Lowe for a polarizing interview. The full four part segment will air on Monday at 7 PM. Check back for the interview in it’s entirety but for now take a look at this preview below.
Nothing But The Fade. Well, that and a free t-shirt if you managed to get inside but that was pretty much the scene in downtown NYC for Drake’s pop up shop to promote his third album Nothing Was The Same at ALIFE. Some camped out overnight and other arrived early in the morning for the…
Ja Rule (@RuleYork) and Irv Gotti sat down with Angie Martinez on Hot 97 to talk about Loki being home from prison, being in the studio and what’s next for Tha Inc. At the tail end of the segment, Ja Rule and Irv Gotti own up to the L they took from 50 Cent and…
Drake (@drake) made a surprise appearance for The Weeknd’s show in Los Angeles at The Greek Theater. Drizzy popped up on stage during a live rendition of Abel crooning “Crew Love” which he performed alongside his OVOXO comrade but not without congratulating him on the success of his debut album, Kiss Land.
Fredro Starr (@Fredro_Starr) & Audible Doctor link up on their “Everyday Hell” collaboration which AD produced himself. The cut is off of the recently released “GTA V” mixtape. Check the track out below.
Pete Rock and Charli Baltimore are the guest on MTV Rapfix. Watch below. Already in progress.
Rihanna (@Rihanna) connected with Budweiser on their “Made For Music” campaign, which also includes Jay Z, Justin Timberlake and others. This 11 minute documentary of sorts hones in Rihanna and her relationship with her fan base (#RiHNavy). Watch below.
J. Cole delivers the official visual aid for Crooked Smile, from his sophomore album Born Sinner. If you recall, he actually shot this again after not being pleased with how the original version came out, which now focuses it’s attention on the tragic story about Aiyana Jones of Detroit, Michigan. below.