Does it matter that none of the featured artists are in the video. Of course not. #NSFW
During the promo runs with Ghostface Killah for the upcoming Wu-Block project, Sheek reveals to MTV that Swizz Beatz and DJ Khaled will be executive producing the long-awaited follow up to 2000′s We Are The Streets. Another interesting tidbit that came from the brief clip is that Lil Wayne tried to sign the trio as well. Talk about a bullet dodged with that decline..
The former Ruff Ryders reps re-connect on some straight hip hop. Bombs by Flex.
After kicking off his Best Of Tuesdays series with Bad Boy last week, Mister Cee dedicates the second installment to DMX and company. Click play, sit back and wild out to an hour long mix of Ruff Ryders bangers.
My night never ends…
Sitting down with TheMontreality the Silverback speaks on growing up with his D-Block compatriots, the status of their oft-delayed third album, the keys to his success and more.
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Remember those times when The Lox used to absolutely demolish any freestyle session they participated in? The good ol’ days. For the Silverback’s latest aural assault, he takes on Mobb Deep’s classic backdrop.
The Lox – “Fuck You”
I can only imagine the kind of riot-like mosh pits the opening number of We Are The Streets started back in the day. The Ghost dropped Master Of Ceremonies this past Tuesday (head here to support), and to celebrate he headed down to B.B. King’s in Manhattan with a few friends and guests. Head down bottom to check out some more fight music.
This set of visuals are supposed to be the “official trailer” to Styles P’s upcoming album. What I’d like to know is, when is the upcoming LOX album coming? Not an insult at Styles, Sheek and/or Jadakiss at all, but I’d much rather cop a group album than another solo effort. I know I’m not the only one that feels this way, too.
Director: Eif Rivera
Jada’s I Love U (A Dedication To My Fans) is available now via iTunes. I wonder if he’s going to give it away for free like he’s done his The Champ Is Here series, however.
Directed by Fabrizio Conte.
This kinda reminds me my favorite rap video of all time, Xzibit’s “What You See Is What You Get.” The cut is off Ceasar&PStarr’s War Music album, set to drop next month.
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