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.”
Chance the rapper drops off a new thank you visual for his supporters which features a bunch of coverage from on the road. Fans will recall the young rapper was just on the road for his first tour, “The Social Experiment.” Take a look at the compilation live performance footage and take a listen to some new music from the Chicago artist.
Here’s the latest episode of Wiz Khalifa’s DayToday series which currently is centered around the rapper’s recent adventures throughout Europe. Watch as the Pittsburgh artist makes his way from Manchester, UK to Munich, Germany and finally landing in Vorst Belgium. Follow along for a behind the scenes look as the Taylor Gang head honcho performs, interacts with some fans, dabs it up and has some drinks with Trinidad James backstage.
A Tribe Called Quest’s Phife Dawg sits down for a Q&A session with OkayPlayer TV for the latest episode of “The Questions.” Cameras catch up with the rap veteran following his recent performance alongside Q-Tip for Kanye West’s “Yeezus” tour. Phife speaks on his cooking skills compared to Jarobi’s, shares the craziest rumor he’s ever heard about himself, his most recent favorite moment performing on tour with Kanye and more. Take a look as Phife Dawg also gives his top three funky diabetics, reveals his last three album purchases, touches on his upcoming “Dear Dilla” single and his new album MuTTYmorPHosis.
The Smoker’s Club Tour is in full effect as Chevy Woods, Joey Bada$$, Ab-Soul and more continue to perform for sold out crowds state to state. For the latest stop on the tour, fans in Houston, Texas over the weekend were treated to a special performance of “1 Up” from hometown hero, Trae The Truth. The rapper got the audience extra screwed up when he hit the stage during Chevy Woods’ live set to perform his latest single.
Waka Flocka stops by Revolt TV for an interview and touches on a number of topics which includes his growth as an artist, Trinidad James, Flockavelli 2 and much more. Waka kicks things off by touching on the transition of his career from “Hard In The Paint” to doing EDM tours with Steve Aoki. Flocka continued by explaining why he feels Hip Hop is now boring and plagued with too many politics. The New York bred rapper also shares his thoughts on Trinidad James’ recent New York rant and calls the Atlanta native disrespectful. Waka elaborated on the controversy by stating that James is now forced to watch his back in the city. Before heading out, Waka Flocka Flame speaks on Flockavelli 2, his label Brick Squad Monopoly and his new game app.
Memphis Bleek releases a new music video for “Let That Beat Roc.” The visual showcases a compilation of footage which includes some live performance coverage, a studio session and the rapper performing to the camera as he kicks his feet up with a glass and a stogie. Take a look as JAY Z’s hypeman demonstrates why he still has what it takes to compete with the best of them.
Justin Timberlake is out on the road and touring the states in support of his new album, 20/20 Experience (2 of 2). Brooklyn fans piled into the Barclay’s Center which hosted the singer’s most recent stop. Revolt TV was on-site to cover the event and captured the N’Sync member as he performed in a flashy tuxedo to a sold out crowd.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” recently made a stop in New Orleans and fans were treated to a special preview of the YMCMB rapper’s upcoming music video for “Worst Behavior.” Shot on location in Memphis, TN, the track is featured on Drizzy’s new Nothing Was The Same LP. The X directed visual also showcases cameos from Juicy J, Project Pat and Drake’s father, Dennis Graham.
On Wednesday, Justin Timberlake and company pulled into Brooklyn, NY for a performance at the Barclays Center. Currently out on tour in support of his The 20/20 Experience albums, the former Disney child star decided to treat crowd-goers to a special live cover of Bel Biv DeVoe’s classic party hit “Poison.” With his band ready to go and background singers by his side, JT showed off some fancy choreographed foot work and showed he was more than willingly to have a little fun.