DJ Eclipse (@itsdjeclipse) was manager of legendary hip hop store Fat Beats which shuttered back in 2010. It turns out that a 19 year old Kanye West managed to bombard the mic at the opening of the New York store in 1996. Check out this rare footage and read the back story below. “The original…
Vic Mensa (@VICMENSA) delivers the accompanying visual aid for his song “Feel That”, a trippy and rambunctious tune that will be apart of his forthcoming project Street Lights. In the video that takes place in Los Angeles, partner in rhyme Chance The Rapper makes a cameo. Watch below.
Mike Epps & T-Pain (@TheRealMikeEpps & @TPAIN) kick off Mike’s rap career with a video for his new single “That’s What She Said.” The video was shot down in the A alongside some hot cars and fast women… or is it the other way around. Fun fact, my cousin actually shot and edited this video, directed by DJ Southanbred Props to my dude.
French Montana (@FrencHMonTanA) upcoming single “Don’t Panic” will be one of the many new tracks associated with the motion picture, The Purge: Anarchy. For a quick listen to his track, peep the trailer below. The horror-thriller opens in theaters on July 18th.
Drake (@Drake) was the host of this years 2014 ESPY Awards held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Drizzy started things off with his opening monologue, then premiered a skit called “Drake vs Blake” with Blake Griffin, that featured an appearance by Chris Brown. Drake then went on to perform two new songs, “Honorable Mention,” and “Side Pieces,” which featured Brian McKnight. Shortly after, Drake did a skit as Manny Pacquiao singing “Let It Go.” He then recited a poem he wrote for Skylar Diggins, which got him a kiss on the forehead.
Watch all the Drake featured moments below.
Cam’ron and Nicki (@mr_caron & @nickiminaj) play house as they finally release the official visual for “So Bad” which was shot last year. Complete with arial shots of NYC, Yummy Bingham check out Cam’s First Of The Month Vol. 2 single above.
Fabolous (@myfabolouslife) continues to stretch out more videos from his S.O.U.L. Tape 3, this time there’s an accompanying visual aid for ‘Sacrifices’. One of the more introspective joints from the mixtape where Fab recites his verses in the booth, sticking with his black and white color scheme. Watch below.