N.O.R.E. is back with some new music before the year closes out. The New York bred emcee comes out swingin’ with Busta Rhymes by his side to show these other rappers some “Manners.” The temporary Reggaeton sensation shows off his slick street inspired rhymes while Busta shows out and disrespects the competition along the chorus.
French director, Mikael Colombu, delivers a new trippy music video for Drake’s “We’ll be Fine.” Back in January, Colombu teased viewers with a preview and now the finalized version has surfaced for our viewing pleasure. The visual appears to be inspired by sci-fi and sports plenty of crazy effects that is sure to have fans wanting more. A classical grand opera by Verdi titled, “Don Carlo,” serves as the soundtrack and really compliments everything that is going on aesthetically.
YMCMB’s Cory Gunz is back with a new music video for the street banger “Simple As That.” Produced by Rick Marvel, the gritty song showcases Gunz lacing the soulful instrumental with bars centered around his city’s rough streets. Take a listen as Cory paints a vivid picture with his slick and intricate tough guy talk. “Simple As That” is featured on Cory’s latest mixtape, Datz WTF I’m Talkin Bout.
Busta Rhymes took to Twitter deliver the news that he will be linking up with Q-Tip for a new collaborative mixtape titled, The Abstract & The Dragon. The project is intended to be a precursor to Rhymes’ new Extinction Level Event 2 LP which is set to hit shelves next year. Fans of the new Cash Money signee can expect The Abstract & The Dragon to drop on December 12.
Power 105’s Charlamagne sits down for a one-on-one interview with DJ Vlad and the topic of discussion is Drake and his emotional behavior. The radio host speaks on Drake’s reaction to the public’s opinion on his emo inspired music and explains that for Drake to even respond proves that comments get under his skin. Charlamagne also points out the way Drake previously downplayed Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and weighs in on the back and forth between the Canadian rapper and the Compton lyricist. Never one to bite his tongue, Charlamagne went on to state that there’s three sexual orientations people should be aware of and that includes being gay, straight and Drake. The YMCMB rapper’s previous fallout with the auto-tune champ, Future, also serves as the topic of discussion.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” recently made a stop in Houston, Texas just a few days ago and footage has now surfaced of the YMCMB rapper closing out his performance with “November 18th” which is off his So Far So Gone project. The southern inspired jam had crowd-goers extra live as fans screamed in excitement when Drizzy gave the cue to drop the beat. Drake’s background screen also featured visuals from the Canadian rapper’s 2009 performance at Houston’s Warehouse. Take a look as Drake openly gave props to Pimp C, DJ Screw and Big Moe before jumping into the song.