Using Fabolous' "Life Is So Exciting" track featuring Pusha T, R. Les adds on more to the song with his special brand of style. Ryan Leslie also has his upcoming Black Mozart EP coming out on February 5th. PREVIOUS: Talib Kweli – Outstanding f. Ryan Leslie (prod. Boi-1da) (Video)
Monthly Archives: December 2012
DJ Kay Slay enlists Jon Connor, Joell Ortiz and Cassidy for the first single off his upcoming Grown Man Hp-Hop Pt. 2: Sleeping With The Enemy mixtape. Shouts to DSOM. PREVIOUS: DJ Kay Slay – Lyrical Gangstas f. Kendrick Lamar & Papoose
Cash Money's DJ E-Feezy gets the green light to premiere the brand new single off Lil Wayne's I AM Not A Human Being II, scheduled to drop February 19th. UPDATE: CDQ glory.
Twitter: @LuxiBoo/Instagram: LuxiBoo The Filipino/Irish Southern California-born LuxiBoo takes us into the New Year as the final Saturday Night Sexy of 2012. See more of Luxi under the cut.
The Chef unveils the official artwork on Instagram for his upcoming EP, Lost Jewlry dropping 1.8.13. Until then, enjoy the three leaks he's liberated recently: PREVIOUS: Who Shot Ya Freestyle | Never Can Say Goodbye | Neither One of Us
The acting is on par with that one BET movie Meek Mill starred in. Suffice to say, I will be watching this mess when it airs.
Welcome to the premiere of a new Saturday (2)dope feature: The Art of War Theater. The goal here is to expose to those who may have never seen these classic Kung Fu flicks every Saturday, in similar fashion to what we saw as kids growing up in the 80s / 90s. I'm pretty sure every
K-Def releases a fresh, funky mix of breaks he dug up out of his vaults for the heads, including one of my favorites by Lee Mason. Nice. Peace to egotrip on the heads up. PREVIOUS: Raw Poetic – Stealin Bread (prod. K-Def)
The former Firm member spills his heart on street life in his hood and how he overcomes those obstacles. Produced by DJ Supadave for the homie DJ Concept's Deep Concepts Media. Grab that Opportunity Knox Vol. 1 if you haven't yet.
Sacramento emcee Chuuwee drops by 90.5 KSJS for an exclusive interview with Naughty Seatty before a performance at Agenda Nightclub in San Jose, CA. In the interview Chuuwee discusses the creative process behind Crown Me King, Wild Style, and being co-signed by the likes of 9th Wonder, Alchemist, and Mistah FAB. Chuuwee also discusses his
Wiz Khalifa was recently featured on MTV's "This Is How I Made It." In the episode, Wiz Khalifa shares his childhood story, how he got into rap, leaving Warner Bros. Records and signing with Atlantic Records. Props to Yardie. PREVIOUS: Wiz Khalifa – DayToday: 2050 Tour pt.4 (Video)