New visuals from Flight School Preps. Video was shot in NYC famous shopping district SOuth of HOuston (SOHO). Enjoy the new video and download the latest project here: Expensive Dreams.
A$AP Rocky made his Late Night debut at Jimmy Fallon’s spot last night, performing his track Goldie with The Roots backing him. His debut album LongLiveA$AP will drop later this year with the A$AP Mob releasing their mixtape Lords Never Worry next week.
The ever growing popularity of MMG‘s Gunplay sure is an interesting thing to watch. If anything at all, it’s entertaining as all hell. Take a look at him performing his track Take This while in the studio. 106 & Snort: Freestyle Highdayz is coming soon.
This past week, Nas dropped his new album Life Is Good. I decided to package most of the videos and audio from his week into one post so you can hear and see everything Mr. Jones was talking about and doing. This includes his album release party at Tammany Hall, a performance at Rucker Park, a performance on 106 & Park, the audio for a dope interview with his DJ, Green Lantern on Invasion Radio, a performance at the MLB Man Cave, another one on the Colbert Report and just for the hell of it, him talking about his lost Frank Ocean collab No Such Thing As White Jesus. Oh, and it looks like Nassir will appear at number one once again on the Billboard charts this week with a projected 125k sold. Life Is Good indeed. Cop that!
Red Cafe lines up another visual off his Hell’s Kitchen tape, Brinks Truck, featuring Cory Gunz. How original. What else?!
It looks like Busta, Reek and J Doe are grabbin’ the Brinks truck for their visuals to King Tut, although with all that gold around Bus’ neck, I dunno why they would need it. Full video coming soon. Conglomerate at work, please do not disturb.