Rick Ross decides to hit the fair with Fat Trel in his latest music video for his “Bound 2 Freestyle.” The visual showcases Rozay snapping a few pictures with fans and performing to the camera while leaned up against his fancy ride. Check out the boss in action as he makes sure to give the fans something new while they patiently for the release of his upcoming LP, Mastermind, which has been pushed back for a March 4 release.
Rick Ross kicks off the new year with a dope new freestyle over Kanye West’s, “Bound 2,” instrumental. The MMG general shows off his lyrical skills and effortlessly rides the beat with his boss lingo. Yeezy comes back in towards the end to close things out but not before Ross serves up an impressive remix.
James Franco and Seth Rogen release a spoof music video for Kanye West’s new “Bound 2” visual featuring Kim Kardashian. While on the set of their upcoming film ‘The Interviewer,’ the funny men took some time out to shoot the new spoof which showcases a shot by shot recreation of the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s music video. Take a look as Rogen stands in as Kim while Franco decides to embody the moves and cool persona of Kanye West. This one’s definitely worth a watch and has its moments of straight comedy.
Production duo, Cookin’ Soul, tackles Kanye West’s “Bound 2” for their latest remix song. The remix features some added drums and claps that really add to the track and help to turn the tempo up a bit. Take a listen to the impressive remix as the Spanish production team delivers that special soul flavor.
Ellen does the honors of unveiling Kanye West’s latest visual for “Bound 2” which is featured on the rapper’s new Yeezus LP. West’s girlfriend and new baby mama, Kim Kardashian, also makes an cameo in the video as she rides a motorcycle on top of Yeezy’s lap and gives the camera some stares. The Nick Knight directed music video looks like it was shot entirely in front of a green screen.
Kanye West took his act overseas to the U.K. and performed his infectious sampled based cut “Bound 2″ featured on his new Yeezus LP. Equipped with the necessary Charlie Wilson ad-libs, Ye hit the stage for Later…With Jools Holland and put on a great show for live audience. Other musical acts for the episode included Drenge, Kings of Leon and Sting.
Backed by the band the Roots and legendary singer Charlie Wilson on the vocals, Kanye West decides to make a surprise guest on Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night Show. However, the bigger news from the performance came about when Kanye decided to finally address Ray J’s “I Hit It First” diss with a jab of his own during his live set. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper kicked his verse off by rapping, “Brandy little sister lame and he know it now…” much to the surprise of audience members and those watching at home. Take a look at the performance footage below to see Ye vibe out with his latest single off his controversial Yeezus LP.