Planet Asia drops a sick new visual for “Mystique”, off his joint project with producer and MC Tzarizm, Via Satellite.
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Ty Dolla $ign reads and responds to comments about his “Or Nah” video.
N.O.R.E. and ‘Pone drop by Tim Westwood’s crib for a little freestyle session over Nas’ “If I Ruled The World” and Jay Z’s “Where I’m From” instrumentals. I’m rolling at Nore’s Adrian Peterson reference.
Roc Marciano talks about his influences, his dream MC collaboration, who he would want to produce a whole album for, the story behind his rap name, what rapper pushes him the most to step his bars up, his thoughts on Southern artists, and much more with Forbez DVD.
For the latest installment of Mr. Green’s “Live From The Streets” series, in which he samples sounds from the environment and uses them to create a completely unique instrumental, he hooks up with Trap God A$AP Ferg. After grabbing some snips from a street performer in Chinatown playing an erhu, plus some bike sounds from BMX star Nigel Sylvester, Green makes an honest to goodness trap banger for Ferg to spit over. The result is one of the illest tracks I’ve ever heard produced on “Live From The Streets”.
Ebro meets the brothers Sremmurd. They talk about hooking up with Mike WiLL Made-It, staying drug free, their show at SOB’s and more. At the end they spit a little something over the “99 Problems” beat.
Hit the jump to check out the pair’s Rap PSA on being smart with your smartphone.
Lyte drops a video for the Common assisted “Dear John” in support of her #EducateOURMen campaign. More information below.
MC Lyte’s new track, “Dear John” f/ Common & 10Beats, is the anthem for #EducateOURMen, which is the signature scholarship initiative of MC Lyte’s Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which has presented two $100,000 university scholarships during the Soul Train Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show each year since the organization’s founding. This year, the foundation will present dozens of scholarships earmarked to send men to HBCU’s. Russell Simmons, Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jada Pinkett Smith and Faith Evans are just of the few celebrities who support the foundation’s movement (EducateOURMen.info).
Previously: MC Lyte – Cravin (Live on Arsenio)