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DFSA Beyoncé’s takeover of the music world and blogs isn’t letting up anytime soon. In fact, she’s just getting started. Today (Dec. 16), the diva blessed the Internet with a Vevo video version of her duet with hubby Jay Z.
2 Chainz remembers his pal Puerto Rican Johnny , who lost his life in a car accident in 2012, in his new video for “U Da Realest.” The track is off Tity Boi’s B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time , released earlier this year. In the video, directed by Sharrod Marcus Simpson, 2 Chainz and friends hit the park and wave their Puerto Rican flags high in honor of the former CEO of Kut Dah Check Racing. “Rest in peace to my nigga, you da realest, dawg,” raps 2 Chainz
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Zoo York has always been a company known for it’s proximity to New York City’s gritty cultural roots, and in this video the clothing brand pays homage to the skateboarding videos of old with a music soundtrack consisting of Jadakiss, French Montana, Inspectah Deck, and many more classic NY rap acts. Skaters like Chaz Ortiz, Dave Willis, Kevin Tierney, Travis Glover, Ron Deily, and Brandon Westgate all shred it up in the montage. Check it out below.
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The New York giants Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip are almost ready to drop their first ever collabo mixtape, but first, they had to break us off with a little preview. Over a nostalgic, jazzy beat, the two trade verses like it was 1993 all over again. The Abstract & The Dragon drops tonight at midnight. Tags Busta Rhymes , Q-Tip , butch and sundance
Dubstep royalty Skrillex announced his upcoming 2014 Takeover Tour dates today. The West Coast musician will be hitting two US (San Francisco, Brooklyn) and two EU cities (Amsterdam, Barcelona) in February for a week each. Joined by handpicked special guest performances from A$ap Rocky, Just Blaze and TOKiMONSTA to name a few. His previous Takeover Tours featured rotating stages, elaborate costumes, dancers, blindfolds and a host of surprise guests
Mike Milan is straight out of New York, and he’s out to prove that the Liberty State runs it’s own scene with his brand new project, “City of Lambs”. The project boasts an introductory beat by the talented Thelonious Martin while the rest of the project covers a broad range of topics and sounds. Get up on the upcoming rapper and download his new tape before you have to take a late pass. –Max Weinstein