Follow Jay as he takes you on one of his many travels, now the next question is where the HELL is the music?
4 down, 4 to go.
Cole World: The Sideline Story September 27th.
Following the giveaway we ran about a month ago a few members of the CSNW Team got comp tickets to see OverDoz. and Dom Kennedy this past Friday night. Shout out to Ty for supplying the tickets for the contest. Hit the jump to see some footage of Dom performing “Choose Up” “1997″ and “Grind’n” as well as a huge set of pictures. Cameos and appearances by LA’s own Skeme, OverDoz. & Casey Veggies.
If Odd Future knows how to do one thing, it’s not care and have fun. Bring back the Hyphy movement!
The big homie Fredo got something to say with some new heat over K Dot’s “Hiiipower”. Visual was shot and edited by The Dean. This is what we need to see more often. Clap or em.
For his track, “No One Believes Me” Cudi takes note from horror flicks to make this creepy video.
Its that Country Shit. Real. Enjoy.
This comes on the day of Rawth’s Born Day. You already know that this shit rocks.
As if the “Throne” couldn’t get any better, Jay x Ye take it a step further with this one.
Watch the ingenuity. In what has already been an unorthodox album roll-out, Jay-Z and Kanye West are keeping the surprises coming during the record release for their tag-team LP, Watch the Throne. On Friday afternoon (August 12), the duo erected a pop-up store to sell copies of the album in Manhattan’s trendy SoHo section.
When the album dropped on Monday as an iTunes digital exclusive, it seemed that Friday’s physical release of the LP would be nothing more than an afterthought. Not so! The store-front, located at 201 Mulberry Street, is regally wrapped in gold, just like the album’s Riccardo Tisci-designed cover art, the real attraction however is inside. As if slinging albums weren’t enough, Hov and Yeezy are putting the tricked-out Maybach from their “Otis” video on display inside of the retail space.
The black luxury vehicle sits there in all its remixed glory: hood on the truck, truck on hood, doors ripped off. On a large overhead screen, the Spike Jonze-directed “Otis” plays on a loop. There are even rumors that Hov himself will make an appearance sometime tonight and the store will be up until Sunday.