Here’s a recap of this year’s Peterpalooza celebration in honor of Rosenberg’s birthday, featuring performances from A$AP’s Rocky & Ferg, Vic Mensa, Bodega BAMZ, Gunplay and Remy Banks & the World’s Fair crew. It looks like things got quite turnt.
Ballin Like Im Kobe coming soon.
Previously: Lil Herb – XXL
Drake hit Meek Mill with the the second jab of a potent two-piece early this morning with the release of “Back To Back” and Meek just posted the equivalent of the infamous “any studios open yet” tweet from Fabolous after the “Control” incident. The caption on the pic you see above reads:
Right now I’m on the road still cashing out ….. Ima b in the studio soon…. 5hr ride to Montreal …
Meek, bro, what are you doing right now. Excuses and social media posts are the last thing anybody is looking for from you right now. It’s not like Drake is picking on you man, you started this shit and every minute that you don’t respond you’re losing. What amazes me is that a seasoned battle MC like Meek didn’t anticipate this and prepare accordingly. In the future, you definitely need to have a diss recorded before you hop on Twitter and let off.
Audio Push share a new 6 track remix compilation called My Turn 2, which has them rapping over several new, popular instrumentals.
Listen and download below.
About 10 minutes into this interview on the Rise & Grind Morning Show on Philly’s Power 99, Cube reveals that Dr. Dre will be releasing an album that is inspired by NWA and the new film Straight Outta Compton on August 1st. According to him it will feature new, previously unheard music and “it’s what everybody’s been waiting for” from the good doctor.
Joining Cube in the studio are SOC director F. Gary Gray, his son O’Shea Jackson Jr., and Jason Mitchell, the actor who portrays Eazy-E. They speak variously on the struggle to get the film funded and made, the amount of facetime MC Ren and DJ Yella get in the movie, Cube’s messy exit from the group in the early 90′s, filming in Compton and South Central, Suge Knight and much more.
Previously: N.W.A Covers The Hollywood Reporter
I don’t generally check for Miguel albums. so I had never heard this before, but it’s quite dope. Wildheart is out now.
Here’s some footage of Vic Mensa getting the Pitchfork Festival lit with “U Mad” and “No Chill”.
Quavo and Takeoff appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable yesterday and tried to mitigate the damage they did to themselves by waving machine guns around willy-nilly in the Noisey Atlanta documentary by claiming they were given a script to follow. Bomani and Dan rightfully call bullshit on this claim immediately but they maintain their story.
It’s pretty obvious why they’re saying what they’re saying, but honestly it would be better to just say “no comment” at this point. So your story is you allowed a music website to exploit you, just like several people implied they did? Just stand by your goonery bruh. I’m sure Noisey has a bunch of behind the scenes footage that would prove it wasn’t scripted, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they were editing it together as we speak. Not to mention that scripted or not, you’re still a felon holding an AR on camera.
Oh well, you live and you learn. Yung Rich Nation is out Friday.
Previously: Migos – Handsome & Wealthy (Trap Symphony)