What’s good everybody? I come bearing gifts this evening in the form of the latest episode of Speakin’ Real Podcast. In episode 4 of Speakin’ Real Podcast, LuRocK tackles hot topics like the Baltimore Riot, Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, Pilot Talk III, KDay’s Krush Groove 2015, Mos Def and more.
Fans packed the Hard Rock Live located on the Vegas strip as Curren$y and the rest of the Jet Life crew made their way to the city for a recent stop on the Pilot Talk 3 Tour. Watch Spitta do his thing on stage as he plays to the crowd and performs “Three 60,” “Cargo Planes,” “Address” and “Nights Like This” with new signee Tiny C Style.
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Collective State TV was on hand for the recent Las Vegas stop on Currensy’s Pilot Talk 3 tour. Check out the New Orleans native in action as he performs for fans at the Hard Rock Live located right on the Las Vegas strip. In this clip, watch as Spitta jumps around his catalog with classic cuts such as “Elevator Musik,” “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet,” “A Lil Sumthin,” and “Stolen.”
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Here’s some dope footage of Dizzy Wright recently performing in his hometown of Las Vegas. Check out the young rapper as he took the stage at Hard Rock Live and put on an energy packed show for fans that were in attendance for Wright’s Golden Age Tour. Take a look at the official recap visual which also showcases Dizzy and his Funk Volume crew stage diving and having extremely too much fun.
Trademark Da Skydiver continues to do his solo thing and releases the music video t to his new single “Rite Nah” featuring Las Vegas bred emcee Dizzy Wright. It’s straight flashing lights and night life visuals in Trade’s latest offering as the rapper takes to the streets of Vegas and performs to the camera along the way. Definitely no signs of anything Jet Life related in this besides some fine greenery so I think it’s pretty safe to assume that the Super Villain is currently doing his own thing. ”Rite Nah” is featured on Trademark’s upcoming Flamingo Barnes 2: Mingo Royale project.
Vice catches up with Caroline D’Amore to fill listeners in on his recent name change and his new business venture. The former Power 106 DJ gives insight behind his reasoning for dropping the “DJ” in his name which he clarifies he’s been associated with since the age of 12. With a current residency at mega-club Tao in Las Vegas, Vice breaks down his on-going transition as an entrepreneur and explains the motivation behind opening his own sneaker boutique. Vice also touches on being inspired as a kid by the footwear worn by some of his favorite Hip Hop artists, choosing his alias out of a dictionary and shares details with D’Amore on Heartbeatz Radio about his worst show ever.
After Mayweather’s highly anticipated bout against Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, the reigning champion was honored at Diddy’s after party at the Palm’s in Las Vegas. MMG’s Meek Mill decided to take the stage and perform some of his hits alongside Diddy who hosted the event and had the crowd turnt up. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and Lil Kim were also in attendance and partied the night away.
Rick Ross takes in the stage in Las Vegas at Reebok’s Classic Event. As host for the party, Ricky kept the crowd live with the help of Swizz Beatz and French Montana. MMG’s Stalley was also in the building as Rozay decided to turn the club up with his hit collaboration “FuckWitMeYouKnowIGotIt” off JAY Z’s Magna Carta…Holy Grail LP. Afterwards, Ross and company made their way to Rain for the official MMG and Reebok suite after party where the real fun shit goes down.
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.