New visuals from Kid Ink.
New visuals from Rockie Fresh off his latest project Electric Highway.
Directed by Dre Flims.
The extended version/director’s cut of Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” includes a cameo by the king of ratchet Juicy J, as well as some of the TDE boys and comedian, or reverend in this case, Mike Epps. Did I mention there’s a snippet of a new ScHoolboy Q track?
Directed by The Lil Homies & OG Mike Mihail.
She don’t want to hit the J but that’s not stopping Game and parter-in-crime Lifestyle as they continue puffing and passing along Mary Jane. Watch Game’s latest video for a somewhat aged track off his previous mixtape, California Republic.
Sidenote: Game recently announced that he’ll be releasing a new mixtape titled Operation Kill Everything. ‘Till then.
I know I don’t post many movie trailers on the blog but I am a huge fan of independent films and I’m a bigger fan of films that are based on a true story. So now I present to you — Fruitvale Station.
The film takes place at the Fruitvale rapid transit station in Oakland, California and revolves around the tragic story of 22-year-old Bay Area resident Oscar Grant. Following its debut at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Fruitvale Station will be heading into theaters this July.
Can you tell I’m not trying to give anything away? You can just google anyways. After all, it is based on true events.
Wiz and Spitta sit for a smoke like two best buds smoking bud would. Live In Concert is out on iTunes now.