The Almighty Add-2 rocking Club Church, for the home team, live in the windy city at the House of Blues. I am really looking forward for his debut JAMLA album to drop.
L Boogie performing a classic from the crib. This was after she was forced to cancel a show in Nigeria due to complications with the promoter. Although I have never seen her live, this is one artist that I need to see before it’s all over, even though I’ve heard mixed reviews of her shows.
Yeezus. Flamethrowers. And a new song. What else could you possibly ask for? Hopefully this means we’ll be getting a new album soon…or at least the CDQ of the track. The world needs more Yeezy.
I would have given up everything to be able to attend this concert but alas, I am stuck in Chicago. Especially since he ended his set with the banger above. From the looks of things, even though he doesn’t look the same way he did back in 2000, but I’m pretty sure D’Angelo can still steal your chick.
These two performances were awesome. If there was any doubt, D’Angelo’s still got it. The Really Love performance was good, but The Charade was perfect. The version was extended a bit to add more instrumentation, and it was perfect. See for yourself by watching both videos above. If you haven’t done so already, you can get the album on iTunes here, and read our review of it here.
Childish concerts are always dope, and it’s cool to see him do his thing on TV. Peep the swag above.
In what was stated as the last music performance on the expiring show, Terrance Martin, Thundercat and even Bilal joined K. Dot to perform this new cut. No official word on the official title or release date of his next outing, but lord knows the fans are ready for it. Check it out above.
One year after Queen Bey dropped her ground breaking self titled album, Beyoncé has supplied the fans an introspective look at her live since then up until now. It’s only about 12 minutes long, so check it out when you get the chance.
Stop the violence. 2014 Forest Hills Drive is out now.
If you’ve ever wanted to get a behind the scenes look at a day in the life of the Social Experiment, now’s your chance. In a short film directed by the talented Austin Vesely, take a look at a glimpse of the good times the group appear to be having. Surf should be out any time now.