Official music video for Kendrick Lamar’s hit “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” – cameo appearances by Taylor Gang’s Juicy J as well as actor and comedian Mike Epps.
Directed by Tyler aka “Wolf Haley” himself, the music video sees an awkward Tyler struggling with a love and hate battle for his doll of a significant other. At the end, the video takes an unexpected turn as Tyler previews the track “Jamba” while going for a joy ride with Mellowhype and Odd Future member, Hodgy Beats. Look for both tracks to appear on Wolf, which drops on April 2.
Fiddy is back on another track, this time with Kendrick Lamar and Kidd Kidd on “We Up.” The track is set to appear on Kidd Kidd‘s upcoming, yet currently untitled mixtape.
Kendrick Lamar makes his “Saturday Night Live” debut with performances of his good kid, m.A.A.d city singles “Swimming Pools (Drank)” and an amazing live rendition of “Poetic Justice,” with album producer Terrace Martin on the saxophone.
Interviewed by Brooklyn Martino after a show in Kansas City, K. Dot speaks on radio buzz, his go-to engineer and much more.
One of my favorite West Coast rappers, Blu, pays tribute to Capital Steez who passed away on Christmas Eve. Steez was a member of the New York bred “Pro-Era” Hip-Hop group with upcoming artist, Joey Bada$$ who has been getting a lot of buzz. Peep the video.
RIP Jamal Dewar AKA Capital Steez
When I was growing up, this was one of the dudes from the West Coast that always popped up and really had solid verses in songs – but never quite made a big name for himself (well at least out east). Kurupt has been putting together a mixtape with DJ Nik Bean called: Money, Bitches, Power. I saw this video and and it reminded me of a few others old songs.