After re-singing the National Anthem to silence all the haters for the whole "lip-synching" controversy on the Super Bowl XLVII press conference earlier today, King B sat down with Rich Eisen and Deion Sanders to talk about performing at this Sunday's big game and more. PREVIOUS: Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Halftime Rehearsal (Video)
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Neighborhood Pusha dropped into Hot 97's Funkmaste Flex show to promote Wrath of Caine as well as delivering a few bars over a few instrumentals.
Mr. West played a show at the Du Arena on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi today and he was back in his Yeti outfit and this time, even threw on a straitjacket. He performed "Way Too Cold," "Mercy," "Cant Tell Me Nothing," "Say You Will," "Heartless," "Clique" and more.
E-A-Ski provides the beat while fellow Bay Area artists Bobo and Really Real rep for the Red & Gold. And while I've never really been a fan of team "anthems" even when the team in question is my own, I would like to take to time and say... GO NINERS!
Kick starting a campaign to get folks to start using the VoiceNote app, Ash kicks some lines of Pete Rock's "Pete's Jazz" instrumental. Shouts to X on the heads up.
The other day, Lil B and Joey Bada$$ traded diss tracks ("I'm the Bada$$" and "Don't Quit Your Day Job" respectively). Sitting down with MTV, Joey shares why he responded to the BasedGod's initial attack. "I just linked up with my homey [Lee] Bannon, and he played this beat and was like, 'Yo, Lil B
dead prez tap Bun B and Reek Da Villian on the official remix to their Information Age track. Get the LP on iTunes now. PREVIOUS: dead prez Talk Health, GMOs, War, Possible Revamped Version of Let’s Get Free & More (Video)
Great, now I want a Slurpee. KRNDN makes his production debut by helping DJ Khalil produce the latest release from his upcoming solo project, Everything's Nothing, which is now scheduled for a February 7th release.
Who needs Plan B, when Plan A is all you should be concentrating on?
Chicago's Rello enlists Sir Michael Rocks and Fabby Davis Jr. for the remix; produced by Architect Lordz. fsd.