OFWGKTA invades the Times Sqaure slash Downtown New York area for chillin and relaxin with the whole crew in full effect. The events that occur during the 24 are ones such as heckling tourists all around the city as well as attending Sagan Lockhart’s photo exhibition. Watch the first part above and get ready for part two coming soon.
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With getting A$AP Mob’s tape, Lords Never Worry tomorrow, we also get news of the release date of Pretty Flacko’s highly anticipated debut album. In the interview above , Rocky exposes that LongLiveA$AP is now set to drop on this upcoming Halloween as well as some of the production features that are gonna be featured. This album is gonna be goddamn legendary forreal.
Juicy J releases the last episode for his video blog that documented his adventures during this year’s Smoker’s Club Tour in which he headlined. I’d like to thank Juicy J along with the rest of the performers for a really dope show because Miami was so turnt up the night the tour came down. I feel bad if you missed the show this year.
It’s crazy how CNC isn’t bigger than he really is because he can REALLY spit. And he makes his own beats most of the time (except this one). This dope track is featured on his last tape, The Heir Up There, which dropped earlier this year.
Miami’s Phresh James and Mr. Manuvers are cooking up some good music with their upcoming project. First they gave us the visuals for “ThinkingHat” and now a snippet of “Lolet”. Can’t wait to hear the full track when it drops. No date yet. but TheGreatergood EP is coming sooner than you think.
Part 2 starts with The Progressive Era members talking to Nick Huff Barili about being influenced by MF Doom and J Dilla. Joey goes on to call Pro Era’s own Chuck Strangers one of the best producers he knows and says they are going to make history together. As the interview continues Nick asks where Pro Era fits into today’s hip hop scene that is dominated by music for the club. Joey responds that they are trying to make underground mainstream! Joey goes on to say that Premo reached out to him and that they are hoping to work together in the future. After talking about Odd Future comparisons, Joey says that he rather work with TDE’s Ab Soul. Although J Cole and Kendrick Lamar used to be his favorite rappers, Joey states that he is now his own favorite rapper. Before wrapping up the interview Joey talks about not going back to High School but that he is going to finish a different way and that he wants to focus on making new music when he gets home from touring.
Word is they got a new project on the way. You all know we waiting for that to drop sooner than later. While we wait, check out Joey’s 1999 mixtape if you haven’t already.
Kid Named Breezy goes all out in what I’m calling “Video Of The Week” for his new single “See About Us” featuring Pusha T which will appear on his upcoming project, 93. He even gets cameos from Tyler The Creator, Kanye West, Amber Rose, Rihanna and more.
Here is presumably the second to last episode of the Smoker’s Club Tour of this year since they are on they are finishing up their final date tonight. Footage includes more live footage and behind the scenes with Smoke DZA, Joey Bada$$, Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Fat Trel and more.
Following the 2Chainz appearence just the night before, A$AP Rocky takes the stage on the most recent Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. The song that Mr. Harlem decided to perform the Hit-Boy prodcued tune, Goldie. Watch the debut of Rocky’s television performance and dont forget to grab the upcomiong A$AP Mob tape called Lords Never Worry, coming to you on the 28th of August.
Damn…check this shit out, Both DMC & Public Enemy expose the visuals for the track “RLTK” (Real Talk). The two old school MC’s deliver the lyrics as Johnny Juice provides the ridiculously dope hard hittin beat for every hip hop to knod their head to. The song is featured on the recent project Public Enemy drop entitled My Heroes Still Don’t Appear On No Stamp which you can snatch right here right now.