Vince Staples dropped by The Tonight Show last night and he brought Jhene Aiko with him to reprise her guest appearance on his debut album Summertime ’06. Check out their performance of “Lemme Know”, with backing by The Roots, above.
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Here’s A$AP Rocky and Twenty One Pilots performing a medley of “HeavyDirtySoul”, “M$” and “LSD” at the MTV Video Music Awards last night.
Nas narrates a new TV spot for ESPN’s coverage of the upcoming U.S. Open tournament, which kicks off this Sunday in his home borough of Queens. This year Serena Williams will attempt to further solidify her GOAT status and become the first woman since Steffi Graf in 1988 to complete the Grand Slam cycle and take the top prize in each of the 4 major tournaments. She’s already won the Australian and French Opens and Wimbeldon, she just needs to prevail in NYC to complete her historic run.
Previously: Watch Nas’ Obey Your Thirst Profile
Lil Wayne stopped by ESPN’s First Take this morning and spoke on how he, as a New Orleans native, ended up rooting for the Green Bay Packers, plus the impact of Jordy Nelson’s season ending ACL injury.
Updated with full interview below.
Boosie recently chopped it up with Bomani and Dan on ESPN’s Highly Questionable. Ahead of the release of the full interview, here’s a clip of him and Papi doing “No Juice”.
Last night on his new Comedy Central show Why?, noted Drake friend Hannibal Buress asked some Beverly Hills pedestrians if they knew who Meek Mill was, to predictable results. In all fairness though, the name Drake didn’t seem to ring too many bells either.
Also featured last night were Jean Grae and Flying Lotus performing “Before The Summer Broke”, from her Gotham Down album. Check that out below.
Last night on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the host and Rod Stewart cruised around LA talking about Stewart’s legendary career and playing Carpool Karaoke. A few minutes in, they are joined by A$AP Rocky for a rendition of “Everyday”.
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This is so deliciously random and bizarre. Stephen Colbert, heir to David Letterman’s Late Night throne and one of the GOAT political commentators of our time, interviews Eminem on a random public access TV show broadcast out of Monroe, Michigan. How did this come about? Who even knows? Colbert isn’t from Michigan, he’s from Charleston, SC. Marshall, whom he introduces as a “local Michigander who is making a name for himself in the competitive world of music”, is from Detroit.