If you missed out on this week’s episode of AXS TV’s new breakout show, SKEE Live, have no fear as Skee.TV cuts up a couple clips for viewers to see what they missed. Watch as CTE’s YG and rapper Hopsin hit the stage for a sold out crowd at L.A. Live’s Conga Room and afterwards sit down for an interview with DJ Skee. Tune in every Tuesday at 7 p.m. (PST) and 10 p.m. (EST) to see it all go down live only on AXS TV.
R. Kelly takes the stage on The Arsenio Hall Show to perfrom his smash hit, “When A Woman Loves.” Check out the R&B artist in action as he woo’s female audience members with his charasmatic stage presence.
Alchemist is in the works to release his latest compilation project, The Cutting Room Floor 3, which will feature a number of unreleased tracks with Nas, Havoc, Kool G. Rap, 50 Cent and much more. At the moment, there doesn’t appear to be a release date yet available but let’s keep our fingers crossed that the producer decides to bless fans sometimes before the end of the holiday season.
DJ Smallz does the honors of premiering Lil Scrappy’s latest street banger titled “They Hating,” also featuring former G-Unit rapper Young Buck. Take a listen as the two artists demonstrate how the South gets down as they lace the pounding instrumental with boastful rhymes and warnings for the haters.
Talib Kweli links up with Brazillian artist, Seu Jorge, for the smooth and infectious track “Favela Love.” Kweli hooks fans up with the official visual shot on location in Rio De Janeiro and approaches the visual with a cinematic approach. Check out the rapper as he pursues his love interest and runs into some drama along the way.
R. Kelly serves up a new remix for, “My Story,” and combines forces with Too Short and Nipsey Hussle for a Los Angeles inspired remix. The catchy banger finds Kells having some fun as he drops some boastful lines and celebrates his rise to the top. Too Short and Neighborhood Nip also come through with solid verses as they reflect on their grinds and spit some introspective bars.
Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar link up for a new Beats By Dre commercial to promote the company’s new wireless pill designed speaker just in time for the holidays. Check out Lamar and the West Coast legend as they work hard in the studio on a new track. There’s also a scene where Lamar shows off the song to some friends at the local barbershop before heading back to the studio with Dre to finish up what they started.