Lil Kim keeps it straight bossy with her latest offering, “Kimmy Blanco,” which is featured on her upcoming Hardcore 2k13 mixtape. The Queen Bee makes it clear she’s back to reclaim her thrown and calls out the competition with plenty of braggadocios bars. Over a pounding bass and dark synths, Kim shows off some of her more aggressive rhymes and refuses to bite her tongue as she channels her inner Griselda Blanco.
If you missed it, here’s some footage of Fat Joe recently making it home just in time for Thanksgiving and surprising his daughter with his presence after being released from prison early. Fans will recall that Joe had to take go away for a few months on tax evasion charges. The video of the special moment caught on tape originally appeared via DJ Nasty’s Instagram.
Here’s another visual from Eminem’s recent in-studio performance for BBC Radio 1. Take a look as Slim Shady jumps into his Recovery smash single, “Not Afraid,” and gives an emotional live rendition for the cameras. Be sure to pick up Eminem’s latest offering with the album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which is now available in stores.
Pro Era front man, Joey Bada$$, recently caught up with Diddy’s Revolt TV and opened up about the response he’s betting getting on The Smoker’s Club Tour. Checkout the New York emcee speak on what life on the road has been like so far and his recent trip out to St. Lucia to discover his roots and meet his grandparents for the first time. There’s also some dope performance footage in-between the talking points.
Dorrough is back with a bangin’ new single featuring Wiz Khalifa titled “La La La.” The party jam sports a catchy weed inspired chorus as Dorrough turns up the energy with his boastful rhymes and weed infused bars. Khalifa also has some fun on the bouncy instrumental as he laces the track with his signature melodic vocals and an impressive verse about smoking only the finest greenery.
Justin Timberlake releases a new bangin’ Black Friday remix for his latest single, “TKO,” and this time the R&B singer links up with J. Cole, A$AP Rocky and Pusha T. Check out Timberlake in action as he slows things down and gives the track a rougher edge with some trappy percussion and haunting keys. The song also showcases each artist reflecting on a painful past relationship with the opposite sex as they attempt to make sense of it all.
Casey Veggies and MMG’s Rockie Fresh are gearing up to release a new collaborative EP entitled Fresh Veggies. Take a listen to the first single from the duo titled, “Sacrifice,” which finds both rappers effortlessly going to work over a smooth and hypnotizing instrumental courtesy of Rey Reel. Fresh Veggies is also sponsored by Puma and will be releasing on December 16.
Childish Gambino releases a new visual teaser for fans which showcases the rapper staring at the screen along with a quick clip of a woman giving the camera a smirk. Donald Glover also gets his singing and crooning on against a black backdrop as what appears to be sand or fake snow falls. Gambino’s latest offering very well could be a preview for a new music video he has in the works. Because The Internet drops on December 10.
Eminem unveils his music video for, “Rap God,” which is his latest single featured on The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The Detroit native delivers a new gritty visual to accompany his aggressive and futuristic sounding track. Surrounded by his Shady family, take a look as Eminem performs to the camera and demonstrates his superior lyricism that’s responsible for placing him at the top of Hip Hop’s food chain.
Chicago’s Lil Durk keeps it straight up with his enemies and the competition on his latest offering, “Dis Ain’t What You Want (Remix).” The bangin’ street anthem gets a new look with guest verses from Rick Ross, French Montana and Meek Mill. This one showcases plenty of tough guy talk and drug inspired lines as each rapper channels their inner boss and turns the energy up.