This past Monday, Wiz Khalifa hit the Chi for his first of three dates at the House of Blues with his Blacc Hollywood Big Secret Tour. During his set, Wiz brought out Curren$y and Chicago's very own Spenzo for a surprise performance. If you didn't make the show, check the video uptop to see what you missed.
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
This past Monday (11/24), Rick Ross took over YouTube Space New York to celebrate the release of his new album Hood Billionaire. During his visit, Ross chatted with radio legend Sway Calloway about his new project along with answering questions from fans around the world via Google Hangout.
Rick Ross also spoke on Tink's version of his song "Movin Bass," which he felt disappointed with Timbaland for leaking. Check out Rozay's words at the 28:30 mark of the interview after the jump.
In the wake of police officer Darren Wilson getting no indictment for the shooting of teenager Mike Brown in Ferguson Missouri, Chicago rapper Tink releases new track for the streets. Its called "Tell The Children" and its produced by Timbaland. Check it out below and don't forget your comments.
Monday, November 24, 2014
Now that his latest album Hood Billionaire has arrived for purchase, Rick Ross decides to give us another treat. Today, Rozay delivers his brand new visual called "If They Knew" and it features R&B songstress K Michelle. Check it out uptop and don't forget to leave your thoughts and comments.
Surprising her fans with a brand new track for Music Monday, R&B songstress K Michelle releases "Going Under." Its no word if this song will appear on her sophomore album AWBAH, but we have it here for you to listen after the jump. K Michelle's Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart drops December 9.
Following his live performance on the American Music Awards last night on ABC, Lil Wayne releases the full version of his brand new song "Start A Fire" featuring Christina Milian, Check it out below and don't forget your thoughts and comments. Lil Wayne's Carter V is expected in stores December. 9.
Back for the streets, Chicago's own Lil Durk delivers new music featuring French Montana. It's called "I'm A Star" and its produced by Deezy and Mekanics. Durk's Remember My Name coming soon.