Suited and armed, D-WHY transforms into a Bond-esque character in his new cinematic video for “Flattery.” Make sure to download his latest project Don’t Flatter Yourself, available here.
It happens. We work on our birthdays. This time around, Noah “40” Shebib was surprised by Drake and some birthday cake (hey, that rhymes) while he was steady at work at Tree Sound Studios in Atlanta. Awwww, friends are awesome.
Nicki Minaj lets go of the pink and brings on the yellow for Spring in her upcoming video for “High School,” starring Lil Wayne. Enjoy the 30-second preview before the official Benny Boom-directed visual premieres April 2nd.
New visual from the XXL freshman. After the jump, Bootleg Kev interviews Dizzy on him being the first artist to put Las Vegas on map, his progression from his Dizzy D. Flashy days, what it’s like being a part of Funk Volume, whether or not he will sign to a major and more.
Future’s tracks always sound strange to me but I always find myself singing along. That’s when you have the radio/club formula in your hands. For his latest bootleg, Caleb Stone changed up Future’s “Karate Chop” making it ten times more enjoyable for my delicate ears. Check it out below.
Here’s the unrated version… Go watch this in the bathroom and rub one out.
“9th told me trends come and go. Be ’bout your music. Told me make it everlasting,” Rapsody shares in the first single from her upcoming EP, She Got Game. In the Khrysis-produced “Everlasting,” Jamla Records signee Rapsody tells you what she’s going to bring to the rap game, how she will keep true to herself and bring classic music, no fad sh*t. She Got Game, hosted by DJ Drama, drops this Summer.
ScHoolboy Q headlined two shows in one night last night at SOB’s in New York City. Here’s some footage and an interview from the 2-in-1 night. After the jump, GFM caught Q performing “NigHtmare On Figg St” and “My Hatin’ Joint.”
UPDATE: Footage of SBQ performing his new track “Yay Yay” added.