The Whole 9 takes it to Harlem, and interview rapper Tommy Danger. He recently released a music video for his single What They Say. Check out the interview below, and for more on Tommy, check out his website.Continue reading
As part of the inaugural video series Belaire It Out from Luc Belaire, DJ Khaled answers popular misconceptions about himself and his music, taking time out from his latest album drop Father of Asahd to air his views on everything from using Autotune to help bad singers sound better, to being a sex symbol.
Joyner Lucas delivers the visuals for his single ISIS, featuring former rival Logic.
Virginia’s Socio returns to our airwaves with Feeling A Way. With production credits from Japan Taylor and Carby ATL, the trippy R&B track details an unhealthy relationship and how one can become a victim of someone who has yet to find themselves. Socio is gearing up to release a full project on June 7th.
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Oakland, CA producer Centric doesn’t sleep… after an auspicious 2018 having released the successful banger Gutta Rap with Lil Fame [MOP], Rockness [Heltah Skeltah] and J. Gunn gaining coverage and spins all over the world, followed up by his group Grand Opus sophomore album High Power with Joc Scholar, and then netting himself a major EA Sports placement with the latest FIFA game.
Centric carries that momentum into this year as he releases yet another single Magic featuring C.Keys and Peta Parka which switches up the tone from last weeks provocative STOP!, showing everyone his versatility as a producer.
The Avener releases new single Beautiful, featuring Bipolar Sunshine today.
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SoCal artist Ariano presents the music video for When You Need Me, the new single from F–k You, I Love You, Pay Me, Ariano’s new album out now on his Popular Nobody imprint.
File this under “happy accident” … because Cardi B‘s complications from recent cosmetic surgery have boosted sales for a concert that is now on hold.
If you’ll recall … Bardi had to cancel her headlining gig at the 92Q Spring Bling Festival Friday night in Baltimore so she could properly recover from her recent liposuction and breast augmentation … at the behest of her doctors.
The rapper admittedly had been pushing her body too hard, to honor her commitments despite having work done. She even told a Memphis crowd on May 5th she should have canceled because “moving too much is going to f*** up my lipo” … before rocking the crowd anyway
Same goes for performing at Rolling Loud and twerking at her Fashion Nova launch party.
She finally had to postpone this time, though … but TMZ reports that after event organizers quickly announced a September 8th makeup date, it generated way more buzz … and made them more money.