Here’s some coverage of The Weeknd’s recent performance in Toronto at Massey Hall performing his smash hits “Live For” and “Crew Love.” After selling out three nights at Toronto’s Massey Hall, the Scarborough native took the stage and performed to a crowded venue full of fans as his career continues to flourish. Abel Tesfaye’s future in music looks bright as he continues to make a name for himself when just three years ago he was fairly unknown and has since grown into a star.
Here’s a nice recap courtesy of FUSE on what went down last night as Kanye West appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss his recent feud with Kimmel after the talk show host spoofed his BBC interview with Zane Lowe. Ranting for close to seven minutes, West was allowed the freedom to tackle a number of topics which included his idea that he’s hit a glass ceiling as an entrepreneur, his relationship with reality star queen Kim Kardashian, being shunned by the fashion industry and much more. Kanye also clarified that the only reason he was willing to smooth things out with Kimmel was because he knew the host personally as well as friends and family members of his.
Juicin’ cameras catch up with Drizzy Drake out in New York for the rappers promotional run for his new album Nothing Was The Same. Watch as the YMCMB rapper treats fans who gathered to see him at the ALIFE store to a performance of his new LP in its entirety. Taking things up a notch, Drake also decided to surprise the crowd when he brought out unannounced special guests Travis $cott and Wu-Tang’s Raekwon.
Skateboard P took his act to the small screen with a live performance of his uplifting song “Happy” featured on the soundtrack to the film Despicable Me 2. Serving as the musical guest on Queen Latifah’s talk show, P tore the stage down backed by a live choir and even took the opportunity to get a quick two-step session in with the Queen in front of a live audience.
While performing out in Brooklyn last night, Kendrick Lamar decided to take the opportunity to send a live shot right back in Meek Mill’s direction after his recent “Ooh Kill ‘Em” diss. Take a look as the Compton, Calif. native subliminally shouts, “There’s one nigga in particular that needs to realize that there’s ‘levels’ to this shit. I’m mother fuckin’ king Kendrick.” However, according to AllHipHop.com who was present for the show, Kendrick had a few more choice words for Meek.
Big K.R.I.T. takes the main stage at San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino for Rock The Bells 2013. The southern lyricists decides to jump in the crowd and party with fans for a performance of his latest single “Just Last Week” before calling it a wrap. Take a look as K.R.I.T. puts it down and interacts with the crowd.
Jurassic 5 took the opportunity to return to the stage and reunite in San Bernardino for Rock The Bells 2013. Take a look as the group performs their classic single “What’s Golden” and turns the energy up for fans at San Manuel Amphitheater.
The Cleveland natives break into their Eazy-E tribute and smash hit “Tha Crossroads” for a packed house at San Bernardino’s San Manuel Amphitheater for Rock The Bells 2013. Take a look as Bone sends a farewell to Eric “Eazy-E” Wright following a groundbreaking replica hologram performance of the legendary gangsta rapper on what would have been his 50th birthday.
ScHoolboy Q hits the stage for Black Hippy at Rock The Bells 2013 in San Bernardino. The TDE rapper closes out his short set with a performance of his new single “Collard Greens.” Watch as Q turns the energy up at San Manuel Amphitheater.
G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean hits up D-town for a live performance at DTE Energy Music Theatre. The special evening served as the MC’s release concert and was jam packed full of surprises with guest performance from Drake and Nicki Minaj. Take a look at the footage below to see Sean close out his show alongside Drake who performed “All Me,” “Versace,” and “Started From The Bottom.” Nicki joins Big Sean for “Dance (A$$)” and “MILF.”