I didn't get around to watching this last night (seemed last night was just the fay for a bunch of shows to drop at once), but if it's any indication of the last few The Boondocks finally have found some direction. Just sucks that it came relatively late in the final season.
The Boston-reared mogul puts on for his city.
Raury surrounds himself with a campfire for story time.
The French hitmaker looks to score another smash.
The TrapHouse Jodeci reveals a purpled-out new track.
The Georgia eclectic has finally released his debut album.
Don't trust 'em.
Hear the Richie Souf and Ceej of Two-9-produced track off their upcoming Whip It tape.