The good folks at Complex got their hands on some VR porn devices and decided to try them out on the likes of Action Bronson, Jean Grae, A$AP Ferg, The-Dream and others. The results are pretty damn interesting.
Masta Ace, Wordsworth and Stricklin go the split screen co-op route with the video for “Triple Threat.” The Tonite Show drops on May 5th.
Big Shug represents for the Gang Starr Foundation with the visuals for the DJ Premier produced “I Bleed For This.” Off of Big Shug’s Triple OGzus, which dropped today.
Producer and emcee Megadon is joined by Mos Def’s brother, DCQ, and Large Professor for this blast back to the 90s with the video for “Reformat.”
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Ras Kass and Apollo Brown advise you to “Drink Irish” with Slaine and Sick Jacken.
This joint featuring Action Bronson is off of Meyhem Lauren and Buckwild’s collaborative project Silk Pyramids.
Isn’t it strange how Kanye West tends to give the best interviews overseas? At any rate, Mr. West hits Clique TV in Paris in talks about everything from Drake and Watch The Throne 2 to fashion and why the hell he wore the confederate flag during the Yeezus tour.
In this clip courtesy of Revolt, Kanye West is in the lab with Diddy and Pusha T as they work on “All Day.” If you haven’t heard by now, damn near 30 people are credited with working on the song. That split must be ridiculous.
Kendrick Lamar appeared on Big Boy’s new radio show on Real 92.3FM to talk about the upcoming album, what’s going on with Jay Rock’s project and much more.
Channel Dynamic unearthed a vintage performance of Kanye West & John Legend performing Gold Digger in 2003 — two years before the song saw the light of day with Jamie Foxx — at The 2nd Annual Dynamic Producer Conference.