New Orleans’ own, Curren$y, recently stopped by Santa Ana’s The Observatory for the latest stop on his Canal St. Confidential Tour. With the album quickly approaching its December release date, Spitta took the opportunity to perform new material off the project like “Drive By” and “Boulders” along with plenty of other older fan favorites. Check out the Jet Life front man as he also gets into “Cargo Planes” off Pilot Talk III. Canal Street Confidential will be available on December 4.
Action Bronson sits down with Revolt TV for an exclusive interview. The husky New York bred emcee opened up about his debut album which he reassures fans will be dropping some time later this year. Bronson also shared that fans can expect to hear production from the likes of Oh No, The Alchemist and Harry Fraud.
Female artist Angel Haze releases her latest music video for her energy packed new single “Echelon (It’s My Way).” The trippy new visual showcases the rapper hanging out with a bunch of questionable characters as a few ATV’s and motorbikes speed back and forth across the camera lens. The music video boasts plenty of vibrant colors, a dog the bounty hunter lookalike and a variety of random scenes to keep your attention for close to four minutes. “Echelon (It’s My Way)” is the first single of Angel’s upcoming debut album Dirty Gold.
Pusha T closes out his performance at Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles’ first annual “Welcome To The Block Party” with the infectious “Numbers On The Boards.” King Push’s new single is featured on his upcoming My Name Is My Name LP. Fans gathered for the festival in Los Angeles’ trendy streetwear area located on Fairfax which was completely shut down for the majority of the day to allow the festivities to take place.
G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T delivers his latest visual and new single with “King Push” which will be featured on the rapper’s forthcoming My Name Is My Name LP set to drop on October 8. Over hard-hitting drums and a haunting vocal sample, the Virginia native proclaims himself “King Push” and kicks his signature coke rhymes fans have come to love. In the spirit of keeping things simple, Pusha continues his minimal approach as the music video sports the Clipse member performing to the camera against a plain black and white backdrop..
Karmaloop TV catches up with G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean in Las Vegas on the latest episode of Carissa Rossi’s “That Life” web series. Watch as Sean talks his new clothing line Aura Gold Finally Famous and gives his take on his introduction into th world of fashion. The rapper also takes the opportunity to reassure fans he is driven to keep the line available at reasonable prices. Before heading out, Big Sean gets into his new Hall Of Fame LP, touches on the progression of his music and much more.
In episode three of Elliott Wilson’s exclusive CRWN interview with YMCMB’s Drake, the Canadian singer speaks on the inspiration behind his Jayden Smith inspired shirt and proceeds to take random questions from members of the audience. Watch as Drizzy addresses what he thinks of people taking shots at him through viral memes and social media outlets, the meaning behind his commissioned Nothing Was The Same LP artwork, speaks on who he would like to collaborate with dead or alive and reminds viewers that Twitter isn’t real or to be taken seriously.