This is definitely an interesting way to announce your third album. Featuring snippets from two new songs, press play, enjoy the visuals, and get ready for Dark Sky Paradise to drop on February 24th.
This is awesome. If you’ve got nine minutes to spare, you should definitely check this hilarious video out.
What an excellent birthday present for Bronsolino. Catch the now 31-year old rapper get buckets on the court, smoke some (read: a lot of) Amsterdam piff, and eat dope things.
The Based God continued his school speaking appointments by attending Massachusetts Institute of Technology to spread some more #BASED positivity throughout the campus. Say what you will about the guy, but hating on him at this point will get you nowhere fast. Check out the swag above.
I checked this video out earlier this afternoon, and I was thoroughly entertained. Enjoy this behind the scenes look of Tyler crafting a few of the tracks from Wolf, him recording with Pharrell, a glimpse of their anual Carnival, and much more.
Good news Dreamvillians, J. Cole is returning much sooner than you think. He released a slew of information that we have compiled just for you. First of all, his third full length album will be titled 2014 Forest Hills Drive, is officially being released on December 9th. The 13-track collection is also already available for preorder HERE, however, he has also decided that he is not releasing any singles or videos before the album drops. It’s an interesting strategy, and it will definitely pay off if the music is strong enough to back it up, which knowing Cole’s track record, he should have no problems with at all. It’s an exciting announcement, and we will keep you posted of any new developments. In the meantime, get ready for 2014 Forest HIlls Drive.
This time around, Bronsolino travels the world, including Chicago (STAND UP) with his boys Big Body and Meyhem Lauren. These episodes are always highly entertaining, so if you’ve got the time, definitely watch it. Walk through the world with The Talented Mr. Wonderful.
This video series is always priceless. Basically, Noisey gets artists to sit down, read and react to YouTube comments for their own videos. If you’ve ever glanced at the YouTube comments to any video, you know they are filled with all kinds of dumb s***. Before you watch this video, you should check out the video for Easy Rider first by clicking click here.