Kendrick Lamar takes things on a lighter tip with the visuals for the “For Free?” interlude from To Pimp A Butterfly. Uncle Sam, thick chicks, a mansion with band members everywhere and multiple Kendrick Lamar clones make this a lighthearted treat.
A new gameplay trailer for NBA 2K16 has been released and features the DJ Premier and Papoose joint “Hold It Down.”
#2KPROAM has arrived for NBA 2K16. Grab your friends, design your own logos, jerseys and arenas for full branding of your team. After your identity has been stamped, rise up the leaderboards with your team to compete against the best in the world.
September 29th is the date!
In a recent interview with WatchLOUD, Papoose broke down verses from his album You Can’t Stop Destiny. Pap gave insight on the “Mobbin,” “Michael Jackson,” “Revenge” and more. Here’s an excerpt below.
You Ain’t Built Like That
Tired of hearing about niggas doing it big
But they ain’t big enough to take care of they kids
He be Internet, shooting a vid
Couldn’t even help his baby moms move in the crib
It’s a lot of grown man out who are only concerned with themselves. They make sure they have the new this or that, but then you see their kids. They’re not taking care of their kids. They’re not being fathers. They’re not being real men. That line is basically about that. Step up and be a father to your child and take care of your kids. There are a lot of deadbeat dads out there. A lot of these dudes say they’re flossing and they’re ballers or gangsters, but that don’t make you a gangster if you’re not taking care of your family. So it’s just a line telling these dudes to get their priorities straight. Stop trying to floss on the internet making yourself seem like you’re more than what you are.
Tell you hurry up when it’s time for thugging in the streets
But take they time when they got a plug for you to eat
That line was aimed at individuals who might have an influence over some dudes who are real street niggas, or may be going down the wrong path, and instead of guiding them in the right direction, they’ll call them up for something negative and have them put in some work and then maybe put themselves in bad situation and these dudes won’t put up no lawyer money or bail money. That line goes out to all the real niggas out there, man. Don’t let nobody have you putting in work if they’re not going to support you when shit gets real.
Check out the rest over at WatchLoud.
It only took a week for Meek Mill to respond to Drake with this Jahlil Beats production that features The Undertaker’s WWE theme. Was it worth the wait?
The tandem of Oh No and Alchemist drop another single off of their upcoming project You Disgust Me. The album will feature the likes of Action Bronson, Your Old Droog, Fashawn, Havoc, Chuck Strangers, Evidence and Sean Price.
CAPONE-N-NOREAGA DISCUSS THEIR NEW ALBUM, MEEK MILL VS. DRAKE, FUNKMASTER FLEX & MORE ON EBRO IN THE MORNING
CNN weigh in on the Drake and Meek Mill beef while discussing their own album Lessons on Ebro In The Morning.
RUN THE JEWELS FEAT. ZACK DE LA ROCHA PERFORM CLOSE YOUR EYES (AND COUNT TO FUCK) AT PITCHFORK FESTIVAL
Run The Jewels hit the Pitchfork stage and performed a rowdy rendition of “Close Your Eyes” alongside Rage Against The Machine frontman Zack De La Rocha.
After a week of tweets, a lukewarm shot fired and nonsensical banter, Drake cuts loose “Back To Back” and it’s clearly a venom filled diss track aimed at Meek Mill. Did Drake bury Meek with this song? Ain’t nothing better than hip hop beef that stays on wax. Let’s see if Meek retorts.
Oh, and you have to understand the image that Drake had accompanying the song. It’s Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays (Drake’s hometown) after smashing a championship clinching home run against the Philadelphia Phillies (Meek Mill’s hometown) in the 1993 World Series. Clever.
With CNN’s Lessons out now, the duo drops this stellar cut that Statik Selektah produced.
Joell Ortiz travels up north to join Canadian emcee Jerzee to get a house in New York.