Juicy J performs another Blue Dream & Lean 2 banger called, “All I Need,” which also features K Kamp. Take a look as Juicy hypes up the crowd and showcases his latest material.
It’s true, I have returned. Santa Ana was turnt up last night as fans of Juicy J packed The Observatory to capacity. Young and trippy concertgoers primarily made up the sold-out crowd and were the culprits of the heavy clouds of smoke scattered throughout the venue. On the eve of his mixtape release for Blue Dream & Lean 2, the Three 6 Mafia rapper appeared to be in a great mood and several times even took the time to shout out his old crew before asking the crowd if they’d like to see a reunion soon. The rap veteran was feeling so good he even randomly decided to throw out $5,000 in cash into the crowd while simultaneously sparking a stampede. Nevertheless, the night’s events were pretty trippy to say the least and to top it off every one in attendance got to hear a couple new songs off Blue Dream & Lean 2 which is now available for free download on DatPiff. Take a look at the clip above to see Juicy perform “Already” Feat. Rae Sremmurd and “Im Sicka.”
West Coast gangsta rapper, Big Tray Deee, speaks with LuRocK from ItsTheDaily.com and Collective State TV on the eve of his release from prison for an exclusive interview. Live from his cell, take a listen as the rap veteran speaks on his accolades in Hip Hop, his current label situation, having to adjust to prison life and his plans for his music career following his release later this week. Big Tray Deee also shares his thoughts on the new age of independent artists and gets into details for listeners on how he was able to record his new upcoming mixtape, “Long Beach State of Mind,” entirely from inside of prison.
Revolt TV liberates a new music video for Rick Ross’ official remix to Drake’s pop smash “Hold On, We’re going Home.” The New York inspired visual showcases Rozay performing to the camera in a hallway while the video jumps back and forth to a random subway commuter who eventually makes his way home in reverse. Take a look at the Revolt TV exclusive and be sure to hang in there until the final moments to see the best part of the whole thing.
Houston king Trae The Truth showcased his talents on episode eleven of SKEE LIVE for the show’s “Off The Top” segment. Sporting a white V neck and a MTV Yo! inspired fitted cap, the down South rapper performed to the camera in the backwoods of Atlanta. Over a hard-hitting instrumental and haunting keys, Trae keeps it all the way raw and spits that slick street talk for viewers.
Crooked I is the latest artist to be featured on SKEE Live’s “Off The Top” segment which takes a different act every week and showcases an original music video. In episode three, the Long Beach native steps up to the microphone decked out in Raiders gear and proceeds to drop memorable bar after bar. Check out how it all went down in the video below and be sure to tune into AXS TV every Tuesday at 7 p.m. (PST) and 10 p.m. (EST).
Timbaland sits down with Revolt TV for an exclusive interview and goes into detail about the creation of Jay-Z’s new album Magna Carta Holy Grail. Timbo shares detailed information on his vital role in the project and making amends with Jigga man to finally come back together and creatively put a great album together. During the lengthy interview, Timberland also opens up on his thoughts regarding Kanye West’s new Yeezus album and his hopes that him and Ye will join forces and work together on his next LP to create a timeless masterpiece. Interestingly enough, Tim also reveals that at one point he was addicted to prescription pain killers and explains how he now finds himself in a better place and looks forward to retiring in the future.