Look at them now, they are shooting a video! Busta Rhymes and Chris Brown hooked up over the weekend in Los Angeles to film a mini-movie for their latest collaboration ‘Why Stop Now.’ The clip is being directed by the legendary Hype Williams who has helmed some of Busta’s classic videos in the late ’90s.
Hip-hop heavyweights Lil Wayne and Rick Ross are re-imagined as baby Wayne and baby Ross in a YouTube video that was posted online. The clip features a young kid plucking the guitar like Weezy, while another youngster is mimicking Rozay.
Hip-hop superstars Common, LL Cool J and Lupe Fiasco graced the stage at the Grammy Nominations concert Wednesday night (Nov. 30) for a special tribute of ‘The Message’ by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.
Rapper T.I. shows what it takes to juggle a career and fatherhood in his new VH1 reality series ‘T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle,’ which airs Dec. 5. In a trailer that premiered online, the Atlanta rap stresses the value of family and his determination to not make the same mistakes that previously landed him in jail.
Rick Ross is paving the way to become the biggest rap mogul in the music game with his Maybach Music Group imprint. Leading the charge is his MMG signee Wale who appears on the cover of Billboard magazine with the Bawse, himself. Together, the two discuss the future of MMG, which includes labelmates Meek Mill and Pill.
Eccentric singer Cee Lo Green released a very stylish video for his love anthem ‘Anyway.’ The song is one of the four bonus tracks featured on his repackaged platinum edition of ‘Lady Killer,’ which hit stores on Tuesday (Nov. 28). The ballad, which was co-written by Weezer‘s
As expected, Drake‘s second LP ‘Take Care’ debuted atop the Billboard 200 album chart. The collection pushed 659,000 units in its first week of release, according to estimated totals from Hits Daily Double (via Boombox). Those are impressive numbers considering that the album was leaked online several days before its initial release.
Jay-Z‘s controversial “Occupy All Streets” T-shirts are back occupying Rocawear’s online store. The much-maligned tees were removed from the website Saturday morning (Nov. 12) but are now available for $22 in sizes medium to 2XL.
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