A New Record by Troy Ave & AVON Blocksdale Off his upcoming “Troy Ave presents the BSB” mixtape dropping tomorrow.
Daily archives: March 3rd, 2013
Over in NC, Pusha T performed his single “Blocka” during CIAA Weekend.
Drake shut shit down over in NC for CIAA weekend at Cameo, performing his newest single “Started from the bottom” [jwplayer mediaid=”64240″] Bonus: Drake Performs “HYFR”…
Jared Evan just dropped his new project, Boom Bap & Blues, this past Tuesday. J brought along some features this time around. Statik Selektah handles all the production while he gets a verse from Action Bronson for “Pro Create.”
Stephen Marley teams up with Buju Banton & Akon for this new riddim which is available on the reggae compilation Set Up Shop volume one.
A few weekends ago Kirko Bangz linked up with Sway down at Houston’s All Star Weekend. While there Kirko spoke on working with Meek Mill, Juicy J & Wale. Kirko Bangz is currently working on his debut album.
French Montana speaks about the situation with Lil Poopy and that he is not affiliated with the Coke Boys but rather a family friend that he took a liking to.
Joe talks about confronting Consequence because he was talking about him in interviews. He said he didn’t know the cameras were on. He also says he wasn’t there to fight, just to talk. But now that he had the conversation with him, if he does it again, he will approach him in a “Different” way.
As Havoc gears up for the May 7th release of his new solo project 13 he decides to drop the single art for his self produced single ‘Gone’.
Last month the UW Battle league held there Apocalypse Battle in New Jersey and here is the full footage of the event also included is the Charlie Clips & Arsonal battle.
As you know, French Montana is currently headling his first tour promoting his debut album “Excuse My French”. Making their first stop, French & the coke boys touched down in DC with surprise appearances from Wale, Dougie Fresh & More.
Chicago’s King L keeps his March Madness series going as he returns with another one titled ‘Young Niggas Countin Racks.’
Its been a while since we heard some new material. At eight minutes long and containing an ecclectic array of sounds and styles, M.I.A records the track exclusively for the Kenzo Paris Fashion Show. No word as to if this will appear on her forthcoming LP.