Video: Wiz Khalifa – DayToday: The End

December 20th, 2014

Previously: Wiz Khalifa – Smoke Chambers

Maffew Ragazino – Golden Moments

December 20th, 2014

Happy Birthday to ME! Happy birthday to ME! 12/20 7:44 PM is the exact time. What a Golden Moment!
To celebrate a new year and new endeavors, I wanted to treat my friends and fans to some new ear candy. I have a lot more in store, trust. A lot more heat in the vault! Thank you for being patient and still rocking with me! I appreciate everyone for their support.


Love Is Love

Previously: Maffew Ragazino, Livin Proof & Cortez – No Chance (Video)

Fabolous – Will Smith Freestyle

December 20th, 2014


The Young OG Project will be out Christmas Day. You may reconigze this as the freestyle Fab spit on Sway in the Morning the other day.

Previously: Fabolous – IDFWC (Video)

Nicki Minaj – The Pinkprint (Short Film)

December 19th, 2014

Check out Nicki’s new short film The Pinkprint.

The special 16-minute clip features a series of music videos, including “I Lied” and “The Crying Game” and more.

Previously: The Inside The NBA Cypher with Nicki Minaj

Gucci Mane – C.N.O.T.E. vs. Gucci Intro

December 19th, 2014

Gucci Mane drops off the intro to C.N.O.T.E. Vs. Gucci mixtape coming December 25th.

Previously: Gucci Mane ft. Raury – Dead People

Video: Kevin Gates ft. August Alsina – I Dont Get Tired

December 19th, 2014

Directed by Jon J.

Previously: Kevin Gates – Luca Brasi 2 (Mixtape)

Bad Lucc & Problem – Run Ricky (Remix)

December 19th, 2014

Bad Lucc and Problem add verses to Manolo Rose’s single “Run Ricky”.

Previously: The Game ft. Problem, Bad Lucc & Huddy – T.H.O.T. (Video)

Naledge ft. Saint The Good Boy – 10 Toes Down

December 19th, 2014


Naledge Is Power coming soon.

Previously: Naledge – No Fu-Fu

Interview: John Buccigross is ESPN’s Biggest Hip-Hop Nerd

December 19th, 2014

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Words by Paul Meara (@PaulMeara)

The marrying of hip-hop and sports has a storied history. From St. Louis Rams running back Tre Mason and his dad (Maseo of De La Soul) to (formerly) 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather, sports and hip-hop have been infused for the longest. Heck, look no further than ESPN’s recent screening of “The U Part II,” a 30 for 30 documentary representing the University of Miami’s second wave of success in football. During their reign of dominance it was Trick Daddy’s hometown mix of and Book of Thugs providing melodic fuel for the turn of the century ‘Canes.

Speaking of ESPN, there are fewer, albeit sporadic, instances of the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network meshing with urban culture. Lately though, they’ve attempted to rectify that. Nicki Minaj appeared on Sportscenter as recently as last week to plug her forthcoming album and toss the pigskin around. There has however, always been a hip-hop mainstay at the network and it isn’t an emcee, producer or even a misplaced figurative rap correspondent. It’s Sportscenter anchor John Buccigross and his informed yet eerily nuanced on-air shoutouts referencing everyone from Mobb Deep to 9th Wonder.

The self-proclaimed Bucci Mane and his hip-hop allusions during highlights are nothing new. He says it’s something he’s done even previous to joining ESPN in the mid-90s. It all stems from his love of the culture–something that began long before his anchoring days. Nah Right recently asked Buccigross about the on air rap references, his love of hip-hop and how it all started. What Darryl McDaniels is to Run-DMC, John Buccigross is to Sportscenter. Literally.

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Video: CJ Fly ft. Dirty Sanchez – Ernee

December 19th, 2014

Here’s  the latest video from Pro Era’s CJ Fly and Dirty Sanchez for “Ernee” off CJ’s Thee Way Eye See It mixtape.

Previously: CJ Fly – Dope Smoke