Last night the BAPE NYC store celebrated 10 years in the city with some friends and performances from Pusha T and Travi$ Scott. Hit the jump for footage of Push doing his “Move That Dope” verse and “Grindin”, plus Travi$ doing “Upper Echelon”.
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Time held a big black-tie gala last night to celebrate their new 100 Most Influential People issue and Kanye was the designated turn-up man. By all accounts it was quite a night, with celebrities giddily tweeting the performance, Amy Schumer pulling a fainting prank on the red carpet right in front of Ye and Kim and one attendee having the Best Night Ever.
Above you can check out roughly 11 minutes of Kanye’s performance during which he broke out the MPC and did “Runaway” before transitioning into a freestyle/riff session during which he told a story about sparing the life of a fly at Coachella and joked that if you might see the moment recreated on the next season of Empire, before going into a performance of “Only One”.
Big Sean performs “One Man Can Change The World” on Jimmy Fallon’s show.
Previously: Big Sean & Migos Perform at FADER Fort (Video)
Wiz and Charlie Puth perform their Paul Walker tribute from the Furious 7 soundtrack on The Ellen Show.
Yesterday Hudson Mohawke unleashed his new track “Ryderz” on the interwebs and the reaction was swift and positive. The soulful Lantern track sounds like something from the mind of a young Kanye and it’s an instant head nodder. Here’s some footage of HudMo debuting the track for the first time at FADER Fort in Austin during SXSW with an enthusiastic Travi$ Scott looking on and working his neck out in approval.
Previously: Hudson Mohawke – Ryderz
Last night, Drake closed out the final night of Coachelle with a highly anticipated set that featured a guest appearance from Madonna. He did a number of his hits from his past albums, plus new songs from If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late such as “10 Bands” and “Know Yourself”, plus his verse from Big Sean’s “Blessings”.
Watch the full performance above and below.
Here’s some footage from Gibbs’ set at the Boiler Room Showcase down in Austin during SXSW. He does “Deeper”, “High”, “Thuggin”, “BFK” and more with backing from J Rocc on the turntables.
Previously: Freddie Gibbs & Kaytranada – My Dope House