A 21 second video of Abel’s head swaying in the studio possibly hinting at this song being his single off his soon to come album, “Kiss Land“.
“Good Kid m.A.A.d City” in stores now. UPDATE: after the jump peep the Director’s Cut version of the video that plays an unknown ScHoolboy Q track and a cameo from Juicy J.
Dope documentary made by a fan over at the KanyeToThe fan forum. Documentary is a perfectly compiled look into Kanye’s journey from the beginning up until “Watch The Throne” through various performances, interviews and videos. Enjoy and shout out to CarlChristian for taking the time to make this vid.
Video entails the robots checking out the vinyl packaging of their highly anticipated album, “Random Access Memories“, and also gives a glimpse of a brief snippet to what the intro of the album will sound like. RAM will be available in stores and on iTunes May 21st.
While on the “Life Is So Exciting Tour” with Fabolous, Mass Appeal is tagging along with King Push and vlogging it as it unfolds. This is the first installment of their webisode. “My Name Is My Name” will be seeing daylight July 16th.
Lana Del Rey and Interscope Records let loose some visuals for the lead single of the “Great Gatsby” OST. As usual Lana is stunning and the orchestra playing music behind her voice is equally amazing. The OST for the movie can be streamed here and released this past Tuesday, the movie is now playing.
Apollo Brown gives The BeeShine a rare glimpse into his mind and speaks on what inspires him to make music as well as why he stepped away from producing for two years. If you haven’t already, peep his version of “Twelve Reasons To Die (Brown Tape)” here.
G.O.O.D. Music’s resident dope boy Pusha T releases a video for his latest track, “Numbers on the Boards”. The dark single and teaser for his album, My Name is My Name, has an equally moody video, with cameos from two certain Chicago rappers near the end. The album is slated to drop July 16th.
Off his 2011 LP, “W.A.R. (We Are Renegades)“, P Monch releases visuals for the song, “Haile Selassie Karate” that was shot in Mitchell’s Plain, South Africa. If you slept on the album in 2011, peep the stream after the jump. This LP was/is one of my favorite Hip-Hop albums of 2011.
The Creators Project continue their viral series “The Collaborators”, documenting all the people the duo have worked with for their latest offering “Random Access Memories”, set to drop May 21st. Next up is their fellow frenchman, legend Falcon. Enjoy!