Ace Hood puts in that work to grind and make that paper by any means necessary in his new video for “We Outchea” featuring Lil Wayne. Toting a shotgun and bustin’ down the door with his AK-47 strapped goons, Ace drops some aggressive bars over some heavy drums and reminds the fans he’s out here to make it. “We Outchea” is the latest visual off the rapper’s upcoming Trials & Tribulations LP which is set to release on July 16.
Robin Thicke is back with another bangin’ dance track and this time he’s brought TDE emcee Kendrick Lamar along with him for “Give It 2 U”. The Dr. Luke produced track finds Thicke keepin’ it grown and sexy for the ladies with his sexual fantasies and desires. “Give It 2 U” will be featured on the singer’s upcoming Blurred Lines which is set to drop on July 30. Take a listen to Robin’s latest via the audio/video below and let us know what you think about the singer’s new upbeat creative direction.
Long Beach, California indie hip hop artist LuRocK delivers a new song and music video for “If Only”. The Stax produced track will be featured on his upcoming album Top of The Town which is currently in the works. Take a ride with the Speakin’ Real emcee through the streets on the north side of the LBC. Over a smooth sample based instrumental, LuRocK laces the track with hard-hitting lyrics and puts it down for the top of the town.
Last night fans in Boston got to see firsthand Bam Bam spring into action and lay the smack down on an unsuspecting fan who decided to rush the stage during Bronson’s performance. Though he didn’t hit him with the drop kick Action was able to sweep the fan’s leg and somewhat simultaneously deliver a “rock bottom” combo which sent the crowd in a cheering frenzy. After slamming the crowd goer, security finally stepped in to do their job and hauled him off before Bronson could head to the top rope and deliver a frog splash or swan time bomb. Watch the video above to see how it all went down.
MMG artist Wale and Revolt TV link up for a 30 minute documentary chronicling the DC rapper’s rise to fame. Camera’s caught up with Wale and his closest friends/associates to give insight surrounding his humble beginnings, work ethic, popularity in DC and eventual signing with Rick Ross. The documentary is suppose to coincide with the release of Wale’s latest LP The Gifted which hit stores earlier this week.
Duck Down Records cameras were rolling when artist Sean Price decided to head over to Las Vegas’ famous Golden & Silver Pawn Shop where the popular reality television show Pawn Stars is filmed. According to Price, he was in possession of a potato that had significant historical value after it was used and thrown at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement and was passed down to him by his late uncle. In comedic fashion, Sean attempts to plead his case with Chumlee in order to pawn the potato for a $100,000 but ends up settling for much less.
Jon Connor unleashes another leak off his upcoming Unconscious State LP which is set to release July 2. Connor links up with rising star Chris Webby and the Kush God Smoke DZA for an infectious sample laced track called “When I Was Young”. Take a listen to the last leak off Unconscious State before it drops via the audio stream below.
Long Beach, California emcee Crooked I finally releases the official artwork and release date to his highly anticipated LP Apex Predator. The Slaughterhouse member and Treacherous Records artist took to instagram and twitter today to reveal his latest project will be available to the masses on July 30. Crooked I has also been busy as the host of his C.O.B. Radio show which broadcasts live from DJ Skee’s Skee Lodge from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Wednesday.
Joey Bada$$ delivers his latest offering with “Amethyst Rockstar” which recently was debuted by the young emcee out in Toronto. The track is produced by the masked villain MF DOOM and will be featured on Joey’s Summer Knights EP which is set to drop next week. Take a listen to the latest leak off the EP below via the audio stream.
Future drops off a new track called “Sh!t” produced by Mike Will Made It. Look out for the auto-tuned artist’s new album Future Hendrix which is set to drop sometime this year. With an aggressive delivery over some pounding drums, Future gives one back to the streets with “Sh!t”.