Kanye West recently performed at New York’s Madison Square Garden and once again took the opportunity to go off on one of his epic rants. The rapper again decides to share his two cents with crowd-goers on his displeasure with the media and pleads for their support in order to make his dreams a reality. It should be pointed out as well that West shared all of his ambitious ideas in auto-tune. Watch Kanye as he also had a few things to say about Nike’s CEO, Mark Parker and the Yeezy Red Octobers.
With all this talk going around as of late concerning Trinidad James and New York City, Fred The Godson decides to get in on the action and throw in his two cents over Cam’ron and JAY Z’s “Welcome To New York City” instrumental. “N.Y.C. (You’re Welcome)” finds the pudgy emcee defending the city’s honor as he aims a few bars in James’ direction. However, Fred’s latest offering comes off more as a warning than anything else.
Here’s some footage of Danny Brown’s performance in New York for Boiler Room. The eccentric emcee goes off and turns the energy up in the venue with “Side B (Dope Song)” and “Kush Coma” which are both newer songs featured on Brown’s debut LP, Old. Check out the Detroit native get crazy and put on a solid show for fans.
Danny Brown was all the way live with his crew as he popped bottles and celebrated the release of his new album OLD in New York. Watch as the Detroit native and company party the night away in the club while also enjoying the company of some beautiful women who were in attendance. Coverage courtesy of EMETakeover who was there to capture it all go down.
Drake and EA Sports hit the streets of New York to promote the new FIFA 14. Fans packed the sidewalk and soccer sports club Legends for the chance to snag a free copy of the new video game courtesy of the YMCMB rapper. Watch as cameras also follow Drake on his promotional run through “The Big Apple” and listen as he speaks on his love for the FIFA series and what the game means to consumers around the world
Go behind the lens and backstage with Monster Energy for XXL’s recent Freshman 2013 show that took place at the Best Buy Theatre in New York.
“The 2013 XXL Freshman Class: Logic, Dizzy Wright, Action Bronson, Schoolboy Q, Travis Scott, Trinidad James, Joey Bada$$ and Kirko Bangz all hit the stage at the Best Buy Theatre in New York City’s Times Square on May 21st for a sold-out performance. Special guests from the evening included B.o.B., Riff Raff, DJ Drama and others. The Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: XXL Freshmen Live 2013 is coming to a city near you.