Here’s an in studio look at a dope Chicago connection in the making. Honestly, these two are poised to be a more rugged version of Wiz & Spitta. No word on where this will land, but if their previous collaborations are any indication, this is going to be a banger.
Here goes a dope behind the scenes look at Spitta’s upcoming Pilot Talk III. You can catch Curren$y ridin’ sweet, playing a snippet of a collab he has with RiFF RAFF, and talking about Karate by pressing play.
I gotta say that that’s one hell of an album title. The interesting part about this album is being executive produced by Skateboard P, and it should be out by the end of the year. Either way, I’m just hoping they can recapture that Drop It Like It’s Hot magic once again for the 2015.
Mostly silent, mostly Drake, and mostly The 6. Something tells me that Drizzy’s got something up his sleeve. Stay tuned to find out what he does next.
I can’t even front; the first time I heard about this movie, I figured it would be garbage on par with that Lifetime Aaliyah “movie.” From the looks of this trailer, I was DEAD wrong, and I couldn’t be happier. In theaters August 14th, something tells me every hip hop fan will be in attendance this summer. Don’t believe me? Click play. Just don’t do it at work.
I don’t really care what anyone says; Will Smith is that dude. While promoting his latest flick Focus, Big Willie Style and Jimmy decided to have a little fun with the Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock classic It Takes Two. Smile a little bit today by hitting play.
I was DYING when I saw this last night. Whenever Donna Meagle spoke about her family in the seven seasons that the show has been running, she slyly mentions her wild and crazy brother Lavondrius. Given that this is the final season, we finally got to meet this mythical being. Enter ?uestlove. You can (and should) watch the entire episode above (including a Ginuwine cameo,) and if you’re here for the ?uest cameo alone, you can fast forward to about the 20 minute mark.
Bronson is back smokin’ that piff and eating luxurious meals. It’s entertaining as hell, as usual. Press play, you might learn something.
This brought back sooooo many memories. Being a 90’s baby (1987 represent!) The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air basically raised me. It was dope that Alfonso Ribeiro and even DJ Jazzy Jeff made appearances for this. If you’re looking for a blast from the past today, then look no further.
This segment is pure genius. People say some of the wildest s#!t ever about artists on Twitter, and seeing the reaction to such statements live is priceless. This time around, Wiz Khalifa, Childish Gambino and Drake (among others) do their fair share of reading, and they’re all comedy.